John J. Kuhn Award
The John J. Kuhn Award is designed to recognize individuals who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of the fraternity community.
- It recognizes accomplishments and contributions of individuals within the fraternity and sorority world regardless of affiliation.
- Qualified candidates will have served the Fraternity/Sorority community at large.
- Involvement on national/international level preferred. For example: involvement with a Fraternity or Sorority HQ, AFA, speaker/researcher/trendsetter, Umbrella Organizations (NIC, NPHC).
The John J. Kuhn Award was created in 1992 by the Delta Chi Board of Regents to recognize individuals who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of the fraternity community. The award is one of the most prestigious awards that the Fraternity offers. The award is named after Delta Chi’s first North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) President, a past “AA” of the Fraternity, and dedicated contributor to the efforts and endeavors of the fraternity movement within and beyond Delta Chi.
John J. Kuhn Award
Dr. Mike McRee, Sigma Nu (Kansas State)
A Kansas State graduate and member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity, Dr. Michael McRee serves as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the North-American Interfraternity Conference. As the COO, McRee has been an integral part of a senior leadership team that has reimagined a 100-year-old association, co-directing the NIC’s organizational strategy, board directives, and new support models. A former Alumni Award of Distinction-winner from his own fraternity, Dr. McRee previously served as the Associate Executive Director for the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation as well as the Foundation Ambassador for the Sigma Nu Educational Foundation. Other roles have included Vice President of LeaderShape, Inc., and Assistant Executive Director of the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV).