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Moschelli wins Greek alumnus award

Release Date: December 14, 2012
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Sam Moschelli, left, was presented the Greek Alumni Award by Student Engagement Coordinator Elizabeth Artz and Provost Maria Vaz during halftime of the first men’s basketball home game.

Salvatore “Sam” Moschelli has won the inaugural Lawrence Technological University Greek Alumni Award for his ongoing support of a Greek organization on campus.
Moschelli joined Sigma Phi Epsilon in 1995 and served as president in 1998. He earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture in 2000 and a master’s degree in architecture in 2006.
Since 2010 he has been director of design and sustainability of Shelter2Home LLC based in Winchester, VA. In 2001 he became vice president of operations for Shelter2Home-Haiti S.A.
Moschelli has remained very active in the SigEps following his undergraduate days. He has served as governor of District 14 since 2004 and has been involved in many fraternity events and programs.

From 2005 to 2010 he was a co-lead in both Michigan and Ohio of EDGE, a SigEp 101 experience for new members of the fraternity that focuses on early development of leadership styles and personal development in college.

In 2010 he hosted a series of volunteer training sessions at LTU to help alumni of all Greek organizations on campus advise their undergraduate chapters more effectively. He also developed the Greek Village/Leadership series of six to eight training sessions on best practices for alumni board members of Greek organizations.
He has been very active in the Lawrence Tech Alumni Association and was a member of the Architecture Alumni Cabinet from 2009-12.