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  • At 91, Harry Vogel Reflects and Offers Advice for Young Engineers

    At 91 years old, Henry “Harry” Vogel’s (Theta Chapter, University of British Columbia) Sigma Phi Delta days were very long ago, but that doesn’t mean he has forgotten about them. We caught up with Harry from his home in Courtenay B.C., Canada. He was kind enough to answer a few questions about his time at Sigma Phi Delta and share his story with us in his own words.

    Find out what advice Harry has for young engineers.

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  • "I never realized how important Sigma Phi Delta would become in my life."


    For Raymond Waszkowski ’67 (Iota Chapter), the Sigma Phi Delta experience didn’t end at graduation. His fraternity connections came in to play at a critical time in his career, and now, nearly 50 years later, he’s still celebrating the lifelong benefits of membership in our Fraternity—most recently at a reunion with 20 fellow alumni in Marco Island, Fla. this past April.

    Learn how Sigma Phi Delta changed his life.

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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.

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