August 26, 2017
Parker Family Barbeque & Picnic on the Severn River with ESA, Steve Churchill
Welcome to our web site
Beware of the Maryland Beta SAE terrapin who is also a True Gentleman
April 13, 2017
"Cancer Can't Handle the Mandl" - in Honor of our Courageous Brother, Mike Mandl
February 14, 2017
The Brothers of SAE Presented Valentine's Day Treats to the Sisters of UMD Sororities
In the News
- HOMECOMING is coming up on October 28. The chapter will be tail-gating with our alumni in Lot 1C, spaces 2019, 2020 and 2021 (in the grassy knoll across from Tawes Hall). Come on by for some incredible food and camaraderie as we meet and greet in advance of our 75th Anniversary next year (1943 - 2018).
- CHAPTER RETREAT was held on September 30 in Dunkirk, MD. 34 members of the chapter attended, along with three alumni Gary Armstrong, Dan Gladding and Ryan Miner. A full day of brainstorming, collaboration, information exchange, presentations and recreational activities took place to strengthen the leadership and membership of the Maryland Beta Chapter of SAE. A plethora of incredible food was consumed from Heavenly Chicken and Ribs, a Dunkirk eatery owned by Gary and Jen Armstrong.
- WELCOME NEW MEMBERS who were initiated on September 17 in the University of Maryland Memorial Chapel on campus: Anthony Del Buono, Clarksville, MD; Owen Kadow, Marietta, GA; Brian Olive, Glenwood, MD; Ben Schneider, Media, PA; Kile Weller, Woodstock, MD; and Jake Wright, Cooksville, MD. Six men joining the ranks of True Gentlemen of the Maryland Beta Chapter of SAE.
- RECRUITMENT: is truly a year round process at Maryland Beta. It is important that interested high school seniors and UMD students submit a Recruitment Interest Form (click here) and state your potential interest early so you can be placed on the recruitment/rush list and be kept informed of recruitment events throughout the semester. Similarly, alumni and friends of members should also submit a Recruitment Recommendation Form (click here) to the chapter. Some of the traits and qualities we look for include, but are not limited to: above average scholarship, participation in athletics and/or extracurricular clubs and activities, leadership, commitment to volunteerism, community service and the desire to cultivate and develop lifetime friendships. Membership in SAE is for life and the fraternity fosters these relationships among all individuals, irrespective of age, race, ethnic background, religion or creed. For more information about Maryland Beta's recruitment, click on the RUSH button in the top menu bar above.
- Leadership Training: Chris Dillon, Austin Gray and Ryan Ziemski traveled to the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in Phoenix, Arizona for the 82nd annual John O. Moseley Leadership School July 28 through July 31 for intensive leadership training with nearly 700 other collegiate members from across the United States and Canada. This training prepared these up and coming officers with the tools and leadership qualities they need to help lead the Maryland Beta Chapter to a successful future.
- Second Annual “Cancer Can’t Handle the Mandl”: event was hosted by SAE and AOP on Thursday, April 13 to honor former Maryland student, SAE brother and Osteosarcoma survivor Mike Mandl. Mike overcame Osteosarcoma last Spring, which affects about 800 people annually, and he underwent his final round of chemotherapy this past September. The goal of the event was to raise money for The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, an organization that was helpful to Mandl during his treatment. Wrist bracelets that read “Cancer Can’t Handle the Mandl” are still being sold for $3 each (or 50 for $100). This year, over 800 people attended and the event raised $5,016.
- FOUNDERS' DAY: was held on March 11, at Mulligan’s Grill & Pub in the University of Maryland Golf Course Clubhouse. Alumni and active members enjoyed a great afternoon of food and brotherhood. After lunch, a brief program was held to announce the annual chapter and alumni award winners. This year, Joe Malandruccolo IV ‘18 received the True Gentleman of the Year Award (Honorable Mention, Matt Brennan '18); Matt Brennan ‘18 received the Excellence in Scholarship Award (Honorable Mention, Yuval Elkun '17); and Hal Brierley ' 65 and John Lauer ‘63, both received the James G. Sakers Outstanding Alumnus Award.
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