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  • Phi Chapter Alumnus Grateful for Brothers’ Help from Across the Country & Across the Street

    What are the chances that after traveling across the country with the Air Force for several years, two Phi chapter brothers would end up being neighbors in North Carolina? We don’t know what those odds are, but that’s exactly what happened to Steven Bylsma ’12 and Ethan McMahon ’13 (both in Phi Chapter).

    “Ethan pledged shortly after me and we both lived in the house together for about a year before I moved out,” said Steven. “His first assignment was at Seymour-Johnson and my F-15 flight training/first assignment was there too.… Read More +

  • Words of Wisdom from Craig Frommelt ’76 (Rho Chapter)

    In our recent survey, we asked alumni to share their best advice for success. Craig Frommelt ’76 (Rho Chapter) shared these lessons gained from years of experience:

    If you have visions of becoming a manager someday, then I pass on advice I got from one of our VPs:

    1. “Play the game.” This translates into figuring out what the corporate culture rewards and start doing those things, such as being very budget-focused or being a “rah rah” supporter of environmentalism, or safety, or whatever other fad of the day is being pushed by the leadership.

    2. “Be social.” This means getting into golf… Read More +
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The Code of Ethics of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity

The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon the basic principles of truth and honesty. The quotation, "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest," should be the light guiding the footsteps of an Engineer towards service and success.

An Engineer should at all times be mentally, physically and morally clean, and should conduct himself as a gentleman.  He should be courageous in following his own convictions, mentally awake to make use of every opportunity, and should consider the welfare of others before his own.

To his superiors, an Engineer should be dutiful; to his co-workers, helpful; to his subordinates, generous; to all men, brotherly.  An Engineer should take a good grip on the joys of life.  He should play the game like a man.  He should fight against nothing so hard as his own weaknesses, and should endeavor to gain in strength.  He should live so that his actions shall never besmirch his own honor, and thus maintain the honor of the Engineering Profession.

The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon the basic principles of truth and honesty. The quotation, "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest," should be the light guiding the footsteps of an Engineer towards service and success.

An Engineer should at all times be mentally, physically and morally clean, and should conduct himself as a gentleman.  He should be courageous in following his own convictions, mentally awake to make use of every opportunity, and should consider the welfare of others before his own.

To his superiors, an Engineer should be dutiful; to his co-workers, helpful; to his subordinates, generous; to all men, brotherly.  An Engineer should take a good grip on the joys of life.  He should play the game like a man.  He should fight against nothing so hard as his own weaknesses, and should endeavor to gain in strength.  He should live so that his actions shall never besmirch his own honor, and thus maintain the honor of the Engineering Profession.

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