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Alpha Eta Rho
ΑΗΡ
The official crest of Alpha Eta Rho
FoundedApril 10, 1929; 90 years ago (1929-04-10)
University of Southern California
TypeProfessional
ScopeInternational
Motto"Collegiate Aviation Leaders of Today... Aviation Industry Leaders of Tomorrow"
ColorsChrome yellow, black, and red
ChaptersMore Than 90
Headquarters4579 Laclede Avenue, Suite 1929
St. Louis, MO 63108
United States
Websitehttp://www.alphaetarho.org

Alpha Eta Rho (ΑΗΡ) is a coed international professional college aviation fraternity that serves as a contact between the aviation industry and educational institutions. The fraternity strives to foster, promote, and mentor today's college students towards successful careers in aviation, aeronautical engineering, and aerospace sciences. Alpha Eta Rho serves to actively associate interested students of aviation with leaders and executives in the industry. This close association, strengthened through the bonds of an international aviation fraternity, establishes opportunities for all members in their relation to aviation and inspires interest and cooperation among those in the profession who are also members of Alpha Eta Rho.

Established in 1929, it is the oldest professional aviation fraternity in history. Alpha Eta Rho has had over one hundred thirty five chapters both domestically and internationally. The Eta chapter at San Jose State University is the oldest active chapter, being founded on April 27, 1940. Currently over seventy chapters are active on campuses throughout the United States. The alumni of the fraternity are found in all facets of the aviation industry and related management fields. These include airline captains, military aviation flag officers, corporate CEOs, NASA engineers, flight attendants, aircraft mechanics, aviation museum directors, aerospace engineers, and pilots. There are currently 42 active chapters at colleges and universities, and over 45,000 alumni. Alpha Eta Rho accepts over 1,000 new members each year.

Scholarships are available to active members on a yearly basis.

Alpha Eta Rho is incorporated in the state of Missouri, and is a non-hazing organization.

Fraternity values

Mission:

  • To enlighten the serious aerospace student on the facts concerning all fields directly related to aerospace
  • To unite people with an interest in aviation and to share opinions and views on aviation subject matter

Purposes:

  • To further the cause of aviation in all of its branches
  • To instill in the public mind a confidence in aviation and its safety
  • To promote contacts between the students of aviation and those engaged in the profession
  • To promote a close affiliation between the students of aviation for the purposes of education and research in the field
  • To maintain and promote the highest moral standards as members of this unique fraternity

Fundamental tenets:

  1. It shall be the bounden duty of every member to aid and encourage his fellow pilots in every manner possible.
  2. Every pilot of Alpha Eta Rho shall bend his earnest efforts to the advancement of the profession.
  3. Each member shall strive at all times to create goodwill toward aeronautics through the implantation in the public mind of a confidence to be built up by the presentation of facts in their proper light.
  4. The upholding and advancement of the ethics of aviation shall be a basic aim of each individual member.
  5. Each pilot shall at all times so conduct himself as to reflect honor upon his profession, his fraternity, and himself.

Board of directors

  • Julia Jones - Executive Director
  • Tony Mensching - National President
  • Peter Bro - National Vice President
  • Cody Evans - National Vice President of Alumni Affairs
  • Scott Vlasek - National Treasurer
  • Robert Clement - National Chairman
  • Dr. Kent Backart - National Chairman Emeritus
  • Alexander Neumeier - National Student President

Notable alumni

  • Joe Leonard - AirTran Airways CEO

Chapters

Chapter School Date formed
ΠΙΧ Pi Iota Chi Oklahoma State University 10 May 2012
Α Alpha University of Southern California 10 April 1929
ΛΨ Lambda Psi Jacksonville University
ΑΑ Alpha Alpha[1] University of Alaska
ΜΑΧ Mu Alpha Chi Fairmont State University
ΑΔ Alpha Delta Wilmington University
ΜΗΣ Mu Eta Sigma University of Maryland Eastern Shore
ΜΙΑ Mu Iota Alpha Florida Memorial University
ΑΠ Alpha Pi Texas State Technical Institute
ΜΚΤ Mu Kappa Tau Minnesota State University, Mankato
ΑΣ Alpha Sigma[2] Arizona State University
ΑΣΨ Alpha Sigma Psi California Aeronautical University 18 January 2018
ΜΤ Mu Tau[3][4] Middle Tennessee State University
ΑΧ Alpha Chi Averett University
Ν Nu[5] Mt. San Antonio College
Β Beta[6] Purdue University 20 November 1962
Σ Sigma Southern Illinois University 10 October 1963
ΒΒ Beta Beta[7] Henderson State University 1983
ΞΤ Xi Tau Central Texas College
ΒΓ Beta Gamma Middle Georgia State University 2009
Ο Omicron[8] Southeastern Oklahoma State University
ΒΕ Beta Epsilon San Juan College
ΟΣΥ Omicron Sigma Upsilon[9] The Ohio State University
ΣΒΧ Sigma Beta Chi Spartan School of Aeronautics
ΒΣ Beta Sigma Vincennes University
ΟΥ Omicron Upsilon[10] Ohio University
Γ Gamma[11] Auburn University 5 December 1969
ΟΨ Omicron Psi University of Louisiana at Monroe
Δ Delta[12] University of North Dakota
ΔΔ Delta Delta[13] San Jacinto College
Π Pi[14] St. Louis University
ΔΠ Delta Pi Northwestern State University
Σ Sigma[15] Southern Illinois University
ΔΣ Delta Sigma Delaware State College
ΣΑ Sigma Alpha Florida Institute of Technology
ΔΦ Delta Phi Mercer County Community College
ΣΔ Sigma Delta[16] Daniel Webster College 5 May 1990
ΔΨ Delta Psi Delta State University
ΣΝ Sigma Nu Cypress College
ΕΡ Epsilon Rho Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach
ΣΦ Sigma Phi Metropolitan State College of Denver
ΣΞΩ Sigma Xi Omega Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology 24 April 2008
ΕΤ Epsilon Tau Ivy Tech
ΣΧ Sigma Chi[17] Eastern Michigan University
Ζ Zeta Dowling College
ΣΧΥ Sigma Chi Upsilon St. Cloud State University
Η Eta[18] San Jose State University 27 April 1940
ΤΣ Tau Sigma Tennessee State University 19 Nov 1970
ΗΚΥ Eta Kappa Upsilon Eastern Kentucky University
ΥΔ Upsilon Delta University of Dubuque
ΗΠ Eta Pi Broward College
ΥΝΟ Upsilon Nu Omicron[19] University of Nebraska at Omaha
Θ Theta[20] Western Michigan University 8 April 1967
Φ Phi State University of New York at Farmingdale
ΙΡ Iota Rho[21] Indiana State University
ΦΒΣ Phi Beta Sigma[22] Bridgewater State University 17 September 1983
ΚΑ Kappa Alpha[23] Kent State University
ΦΚ Phi Kappa St. Francis College
ΚΝ Kappa Nu[24] University of Nebraska at Kearney
ΦΛΥ Phi Lambda Upsilon Utah State University
ΚΣΥ Kappa Sigma Upsilon[25] Kansas State University
Χ Chi University of Illinois
ΛΠ Lambda Pi University of Central Missouri
ΧΟ Chi Omicron College of the Ozarks
ΛΡ Lambda Rho Lewis University 16 February 1969
ΧΡ Chi Rho Central Washington University
ΛΤ Lambda Tau[26] Louisiana Tech University
ΧΣ Chi Sigma Chattanooga State Technical Community College
ΣΔΣ Sigma Delta Sigma South Dakota State University
ΥΜ Upsilon Mu[27] University of Minnesota Crookston March 2005
ΕΝ Epsilon Nu Utah Valley University 1 December 2010
ΕΑ Epsilon Alpha Shasta College 27 November 1996

External links

References

  1. ^ Alpha Alpha
  2. ^ Alpha Sigma
  3. ^ Mu Tau
  4. ^ Alternate site
  5. ^ Nu
  6. ^ Beta
  7. ^ "Beta Beta". Archived from the original on 2013-07-10. Retrieved 2012-10-23.
  8. ^ Omicron
  9. ^ Omicron Sigma Upsilon
  10. ^ Omicron Upsilon
  11. ^ "Gamma". Archived from the original on 2007-10-16. Retrieved 2007-10-04.
  12. ^ Delta
  13. ^ Delta Delta
  14. ^ Pi
  15. ^ Sigma
  16. ^ Sigma Delta
  17. ^ Sigma Chi
  18. ^ Eta
  19. ^ "Upsilon Nu Omicron". Archived from the original on 2006-09-14. Retrieved 2007-02-13.
  20. ^ "Theta". Archived from the original on 2006-07-10. Retrieved 2006-08-01.
  21. ^ Iota Rho
  22. ^ Phi Beta Sigma
  23. ^ Kappa Alpha
  24. ^ Kappa Nu
  25. ^ Kappa Sigma Upsilon
  26. ^ Lambda Tau
  27. ^ Upsilon Mu
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