Ballots have been distributed via email to all current chapter advisors and the student members inducted between 2019 and 2023. This year we are holding elections for the next President of the Nu Rho Psi Council.
- This election is for a three-year term:
- Year 1 – 2024-25 : President Elect
- Year 2 – 2026-27: President
- Year 3 – 2028-29: Past President
There are three candidates for the election. Each is the current advisor of their local chapter.
- Lorenz Neuwirth, SUNY Old Westbury (γ-NY)
- Phillip Quirk, Colorado State University (α-CO)
- Beth Ann Rice, Slippery Rock University (τ-PA)
The Candidate’s Platform Statements can be downloaded HERE.
The link to cast your vote for the President Elect of the Council will be sent to the email address you provided at the time you were inducted into your local Nu Rho Psi Chapter. Ballots will close at Midnight (Pacific Time Zone), on October 1st.
The Duties of President Elect, President and Past President are:
President. It shall be the duty of the President to provide leadership in the activities of the Society by making arrangements for the National meeting/convention and presiding over it (as described above), by calling meetings of the National Council and presiding at them, by appointing the members of all national committees, and by performing such other duties as are ordinarily assigned to the office.
President-Elect. It shall be the duty of the President-Elect to serve as presiding officer of the Society in the absence of the President. The President-Elect normally assumes the office of Nu Rho Psi President after serving one year as President-Elect. However, the President-Elect shall immediately assume the responsibilities of the presidency should the President resign or be unable to complete the term of office. If the office of President-Elect becomes vacant for any reason, a new election will be held at the earliest convenient time.
Past-President. It shall be the duty of the Past-President to advise the President, to chair the Elections Committee and to update the historical record of the Society.