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Awards Offered by the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity

Roger Clarke, Hinsdale

Drawing on more than a decade of experience as an instructor, Roger Clarke serves as a tennis professional at Hinsdale Racquet Club, where he helps players of all ages improve their tennis skills. Prior to working full-time at Hinsdale, Roger Clarke earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Chicago's DePaul University, where he was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) fraternity.

Founded in 1913 by 11 Jewish academics at New York University, AEPi serves to develop future leaders in Jewish communities. One way it does this is by acknowledging the achievements of alumni and current members with different awards.
1. The Order of the Lion - The highest award presented by AEPi, the Order of the Lion is given to an individual who has a decorated history of service to the fraternity. Prospective recipients are nominated by a special committee and the award must be conferred by a Supreme Council vote. Only 57 men have received the honor.
2. The Arthur and Simi Teich Award for Distinguished Alumni Achievement - This award is presented to alumni who have displayed tremendous leadership in their respective careers and helped advance the ideals of the fraternity.
3. The Gitelson Silver Medallion - This alumni recognition award is given to AEPi members who show commitment to Jewish communal services. It is awarded following a vote by the AEPi Foundation Board of Directors.
4. Undergraduate recognition - In addition to the three graduate alumni awards, AEPi recognizes undergraduate students and college chapters for outstanding achievements on campus or in their communities at its annual International Convention.

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