|Rolla F. Wood|
|Name||Rolla F. Wood|
University of Central Missouri
|Date Inducted||October 24, 1919|
|Roll Number||Α 39|
Wood is credited with "galvanizing the National Officers into a cohesive unit and capitalizing on this unity for expansion and increased services for member chapters."1
Wood was responsible for having Phi Sigma Pi join with other professional fraternities in establishing the Professional Interfraternity Conference on March 2, 1928. Today this organization is known as the Professional Fraternity Association.
Rolla F. Wood uses his contacts formed during graduate school to establish the fourth chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, the Epsilon Chapter at George Peabody Teachers College, on August 16, 1928.
- National President (1928-1929)
- National Counselor (1929-1930)
- National Vice President (1930-1931)
- National Historian (1931-1935)
- Regional Director (1937-1942)
- Advisor to Alpha Chapter between the 1930's and 1950's
Other Interesting Facts
- Has the Rolla F. Wood Graduate Scholarship named in his honor.
- Wood Building on the Warrensburg campus is named in his honor.
1 The Scholar's Province, Seventh Edition page 9
C.H. McClure, Alpha
|National Vice President|
National Vice President, 1st
Rolla F. Wood, Alpha
National Vice President, 2nd
C.H. McClure, Alpha, Beta
|National Vice President, 2nd|
Ellis K. Frye, Gamma
Office becomes National Vice President
J.A. Leach, Alpha
Frank Alexander, Epsilon
James A. Brammell, Rho