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Our Fraternity


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Our Fraternity


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About Us

The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi is one of the largest professional and business fraternities in the world. It was founded on November 7, 1907 at the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance of New York University, New York, New York and is currently headquartered in Oxford, Ohio. The Fraternity has over 250 active chapters with over 235,000 initiated members worldwide.

Since 1907, we have been at the forefront of professional development and academic excellence among business undergraduate students across the globe.


Our Mission

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
 


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I learned that you can be successful if you get people to help you become successful.
— Gordon Bethune, Former CEO of Continental Airlines & DSP Alumni

What We Offer

  • Exclusive brothers-only professional events, including career fairs, guest speaker series and networking days
  • Annual & semesterly social events on campus for brothers and their guests
  • Tutoring and academic help for courses within and beyond RBS curriculum
  • Internship and full-time career placement assistance
  • Networking opportunities with chapter connections in Fortune 500 companies
  • Access to national fraternity hub, which provides career opportunities, scholarship resources and student discounts
  • Resume critique & mock interviews with experienced brothers or alumni
  • Yearly chapter trips during summer, winter and spring vacation - Rho Tau brothers have previously visited Cancun, Punta Cana, the Poconos & Europe!
  • A lifelong brotherhood in a prolific, historic organization of esteemed individuals in business!
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Rho Tau Chapter


Rho Tau Chapter


In the summer of 2010, the beginnings of Delta Sigma Pi Rho Tau Chapter at Rutgers University began with the workings of two freshman business school students, Rahul Kumar and Anuj Sharma.  After enduring many long hours of countless emails, phone calls, and planning, a vision was formed.  These two students began spreading the news that a new professional business fraternity was entering the Rutgers Greek community. One by one, they carefully chose a group of five highly motivated business students that would later form our Executive Committee.  Since that Fall semester, our brotherhood has expanded to over 100 dedicated members. The speed and immensity of our growth was unexpected to many of our brothers considering our small start up. However, in the process of becoming a great chapter, our belief in our fraternity became an impenetrable bond that is simply priceless. 

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Executive Board


Executive Board


Executive Board


Year of 2017

Brittany Presto | President
Kristen Tse | Senior Vice President
Chetan Kini | VP Chapter Operations
Arjun Patel | VP Finance
Marika Tsamutalis | VP Scholarships & Awards

FALL 2017

Arjun Sreeram | Chancellor
Saaketh Krosuri | VP Professional Activities
Lezlie Allyn Plaza | VP Marketing
Nick Cerezo | VP Social Activities
Kyle Noonan | VP Alumni Relations
Mahima Srivastava | VP Community Service
Chris Lind | VP Fundraising
Austin Guberer | VP Athletics


Spring 2017

Pradham Nandyala | Chancellor
Hinal Patel | VP Professional Activities
Kevin Chiou | VP Marketing
Akshay Patel | VP Social Activities
Alyssa Nungra | VP Alumni Relations
Sora Lee | VP Community Service
Arvind Gayam | VP Fundraising
Max Praga | VP Athletics

 


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Advisors


Rho Tau Advisors

 

Advisors


Rho Tau Advisors

 

James Winder

Dr. Winder teaches courses on fixed income and international finance for the undergraduate and MBA programs. His research interests include modeling global capital flows and analyzing how central bank behavior affects global interest rates.  Prior to rejoining his undergraduate alma mater in 2008, Dr. Winder worked in the financial industry for 27 years.  Most of his industry time was spent in the research department at Merrill Lynch, where he was the Head of Global Economic Research.

education:
Ph.D., Economics, Purdue University
M.S., Economics, Purdue University
A.B., Economics, Rutgers University