Clauda Pennock Todd
|Clauda Pennock Todd|
|Name||Clauda Pennock Todd|
East Carolina University
|Date Inducted||December 3, 1977|
|Roll Number||Τ 879|
|Birthdate||July 7, 1907|
|Spouse||Richard Cecil Todd|
|Awards||Distinguished Service Key|
Early Fraternity Life and Career
Clauda Pennock Todd was the first female to be inducted into Phi Sigma Pi following the passage of Title IX. Clauda was inducted as an Honorary Member of Tau Chapter. Clauda Pennock Todd was the wife of Dr. Richard C. Todd. She is buried alongside Dr. Richard Cecil Todd in Woodward Hill Cemetary in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Interesting Facts
- Dr. and Mrs. Todd established the Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Tripod Scholarship, in 1991 to promote the future academic opportunity of Phi Sigma Pi brothers who have excelled in embodying the ideals of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship.
- She was awarded a Distinguished Service Key in 1997.
- She was made an honorary East Carolina University Alumna in 1998.