Beta-Theta Chapter at University of Missouri-Columbia

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University of Missouri-Columbia

Beta-Theta Chapter at University of Missouri-Columbia
Founded: April 13, 1947
City: Columbia
State: MO
Zip Code: 65201
Phone: 816-520-4412
Website: www.mizzoutke.org
Prytanis (Chapter President): Matt Eblen
Board of Advisor Chairman: William Edward Shelton
Chapter Advisor: Dustin M. Thoenen
Chapter Email:
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Membership

Current
Chapter Size

64

Total Lifetime
Members

914

Achievements

Top 50
Group

50

Lifetime Chapter
Awards Received

16

Life Loyal
Tekes

15

TKE Educational
Foundation Donors

109

Support Beta-Theta's Effort for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Founded by Frater Danny Thomas (Gamma-Nu, Toledo), St. Jude Children's Research Hospital works every day to fulfill Danny's dream that "no child should die in the dawn of life." No family every receives a bill from St. Jude and Tekes across the world have made great strides to support the cause.

Recent News

Frater Bruce Melchert Named Columbian of the Year

Published On: 12/8/2016

Frater Bruce B. Melchert (Beta-Theta), former CEO of TKE, has been named Columbian of the Year.

Four Alumni Associations Take Shape

Published On: 3/17/2016

Tau Kappa Epsilon is the Fraternity for Life, and there is no better example than the recent establishment of four new Alumni Associations.

Staff of TKE - Tanner Shelton

Published On: 10/9/2015

In the summer of 2010, a photographer named Brandon began taking photos of thousands of New Yorkers. His goal was to put a face to the image that people had of the different New York boroughs and its inhabitants. As if overnight, Humans of New York became a worldwide sensation.

TEF Announces 2014-15 Award Winners

Published On: 5/15/2015

The TKE Educational Foundation congratulates the recipients of the 2014-15 Named Scholarships, and is proud to continue our longstanding tradition of recognizing and rewarding academic excellence.

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