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Clark J. Brown joins NIC team as General Counsel May 29, 2018 | News Indianapolis, May 29, 2018—Clark J. Brown will join the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) team as General Counsel beginning Aug. 31. In this role, Brown will provide expert counsel to the NIC, advocating for student and organization rights and... read more A Force for Positive Change by Heather Matthews Kirk | Apr 20, 2018 In response to Theta Tau incident at Syracuse University: Like so many, we are disgusted by the hateful demonstration of racism, homophobia, anti-Semitism and misogyny displayed by Theta Tau at Syracuse University. While Theta Tau co-ed professional engineering... Todd Shelton joins NIC team as Senior Director of Communication by Rachel Boison | Mar 7, 2018 Indianapolis, March 7, 2018—Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) President Todd Shelton will bring nearly two decades of strategic communication experience to the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) when he comes on board later this month as Senior... Interfraternal Organizations Unite to Challenge TN Rep. John DeBerry’s Misguided Legislation by Rachel Boison | Feb 2, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 2, 2018 CONTACT Heather Kirk, NIC Chief Communication Officer 317-872-1112 or heather.kirk@nicindy.org NASHVILLE—Officials from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO),... NIC Philosophy and Guidance on Community-Wide Actions by Heather Matthews Kirk | Dec 8, 2017 Campus partners, First off, for those who attended the...

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Clark J. Brown joins NIC team as General Counsel

Indianapolis, May 29, 2018—Clark J. Brown will join the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) team as General Counsel beginning Aug. 31. In this role, Brown will provide expert counsel to the NIC, advocating for student and organization rights and responsibilities. He will oversee implementation of the forthcoming standard operating procedures for Interfraternity Councils (IFCs), and collaborate with key stakeholders to provide advocacy and expertise around campus relationship statements. Additionally, he will lead establishment of all legal agreements and requirements within the NIC’s SocialSafe system, including third-party registrations, protocols for student organizations in signing and executing contracts, and other legal considerations...

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NIC Annual Meeting Alliance Partner Registration

NIC ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS ALLIANCE PARTNER REGISTRATION INFORMATION   All NIC and NICF Alliance Partners are welcome and encouraged to attend the jointly-held NIC Annual Meeting of Members and NICF The Foundations Seminar! Throughout Annual Meeting and Seminar programs, you will have the opportunity to connect with more than 350 key decision makers, executives, staff and volunteers from inter/national fraternities and sororities and their foundations. JOINING US IN PARTNERSHIP As an NIC or NICF Alliance Parnter, you gain industry recognition, enjoy high visibility during programs—like this one—and receive unique opportunities to market to member organizations/members by connecting with the interfraternal industry’s key decision makers and influencers. Businesses and organizations serving the interfraternal community and/or fraternal foundations receive tangible benefits as a result of their participation in the Alliance Partner programs focused on growing their business. Are you a vendor not currently an active Alliance Partner with the NIC and/or NICF? Contact Mike McRee, Chief Operating Officer, for more information. You must be an Alliance Partner in order to exhibit at the meeting, and all registrations must be completed by Aug. 1 to receive Alliance Partner Benefits at the conference. REGISTRATION STEPS   1. Ensure you have submitted your new Alliance Partner application or returning AP renewal form (1 per Alliance Partner company/organization). Click the button below to access these forms. NIC ALLIANCE PARTNER INFO 2. By Aug. 1,...

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A Force for Positive Change

In response to Theta Tau incident at Syracuse University: Like so many, we are disgusted by the hateful demonstration of racism, homophobia, anti-Semitism and misogyny displayed by Theta Tau at Syracuse University. While Theta Tau co-ed professional engineering fraternity is not in any way affiliated with the North-American Interfraternity Conference nor is this chapter a member of the Syracuse Interfraternity Council, the actions of this group serve as another reminder that incidents of hate are occurring all too often at colleges across the country. Campus communities should never be a place for discrimination, and we are calling on fraternity members to be a force for positive change. With their fraternal values at heart, fraternity men should be leaders in creating inclusive, safe communities across campus. We must come together to address the deeply rooted problems in university culture and...

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#WhyUIFI – Immersive, intentional, life-changing

Jack Kreman Chief Operating Officer, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity Past UIFI Facilitator  I’ve worked for my fraternity since 2004. In that time, I’ve been a part of many leadership and educational programs. I work with the talented team at DTD to educate our members, I attend conferences and meetings of other organizations to collaborate on interfraternal education, and I partner with other professionals both on- and off-campus to learn how we can provide education that benefits our host institutions. What we all want is for fraternity and sorority members to have the knowledge that makes them great contributors to...

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