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TKE Educational Foundation Donald A. and John R. Fisher Memorial Scholarship

This award recognizes the contributions of TKE's first, and only, father and son Grand Prytanis duo. Donald A. Fisher was initiated a Teke at Omicron at Ohio State University in 1921 and served as Grand Prytanis from 1935-37. His son, John R. Fisher, was initiated a Teke at Gamma-Epsilon Chapter at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1950 and served as Grand Prytanis from 1993-95.

Frater John established this scholarship in honor of his father, Frater Don. Following Frater John's entry into the Chapter Eternal in 2005, the family asked that this scholarship recognize both father and son.

All of the TKE Educational Foundation leadership and scholarship awards are for the benefit of active members of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. This scholarship is awarded in recognition of academic achievement with a GPA of at least 3.0 or higher, and recognizes outstanding leadership within the chapter, on campus and within the community.

When you are ready, please use the online application to apply for all awards. Your application is not complete until we receive a copy of your most recent grade transcript (may be an official transcript or a student issued copy) and a wallet-size head-and-shoulders photograph suitable for reproduction. The application deadline is March 15.

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