Annual Awards Dinner (2019)
Awards & Celebration Dinner: February 23, 2019
Keynote Speaker: Byron Bland, '71
5:30 - 7:00 - Cocktails and Registration | 7:00pm - 9:30pm Dinner & Awards
The 2019 Beta Psi Awards & Celebration Dinner will take place on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Georgia Tech Hotel. We are pleased to announce that Byron Bland, '71 will be our keynote.
We host an Awards Dinner every February, and this has become the signature event of the Beta Psi Foundation. The dinner showcases undergraduate Scholarship award winners and serves as an opportunity for alumni Brothers to re-connect. We also use this opportunity to bestow an alumni service award on one of our alumni Brothers, and we have also recognized several Significant Sig award recipients at this event.
We will have a block of hotel rooms available at the rate of $149 +tax for Friday, February 22 - Sunday, February 24, 2019.
Click on the link to book your reservations for Beta Psi Foundation Rolling Room Block.
Beta Psi Foundation Rolling Room Block-Reservations Link
Non-smoking King and Double bedding accommodations have been blocked for this group. Please note that all guestrooms are non-smoking. For any other requests or inquiries, please enter this information within the appropriate request boxes during the reservations process or call the hotel directly by calling (800) 706-2899 or (404) 838-2100.
Hotel reservations hours are Monday through Friday 9am-6:30pm
Booking Deadline: 01/23/2019
For any additional nights needed before or after the posted group dates, please contact the hotel directly at (800)706-2899 to check availability.
For those attendees driving to the hotel, overnight parking is $15 per night.
(For unlimited in and out access to the garage, an $18 pass is available.)
|Event Date||02-23-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||02-23-2019 9:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-04-2019 1:00 am|
|Cut off date||02-21-2019 2:00 pm|
Byron Bland is a Fellow at the King Institute at Stanford University where he works on the legacy and relevance of Martin Luther King for the 21st century and Senior Consultant for the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation (SCICN).
Bland served as Associate Director of SCICN and also as Research Associate at the Center for Democracy Development and the Rule of Law for 12 years. During his forty-year tenure at Stanford, he was a Lecturer in the School of Law, the School of Education, and the Department of International Relations as well as campus minister for United Campus Christian Ministry.
Having worked for over 25 years in Northern Ireland and for over 15 years in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Byron continues his involvement in both conflicts. More recently he has turned his attention toward applying what he has learned from his international experience to conflicts now raging in the United States.
We look forward to hearing from Byron on how being a Sigma Chi has helped him throughout his career and life.
|Location||Georgia Tech Hotel|