Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-05-13 21:24:01 –
Matthew King (BSBA ’20) received the Robertson Award for the best undergraduate students of the Pi Kappa Alpha brothers.
King is the 2016 initiator of TU’s Gamma Upcilon Chapter. He served as branch manager and treasurer this spring before graduating from a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems and a minor in computer science and cybersecurity.
The Robertson Awards selected King from over 17,000 active qualified students. He is the fourth member of TU’s Gamma Upcilon branch, following Benjamin Quick (2010), Kalebralow (2015) and Matthew Wells (2019), and has won prestigious awards. Between King and Wells, 2020 is the second consecutive year at a university hosting Robertson Award winners.
Not only did King graduate from Summa Cum Laude, he was also active on campus and with colleagues and was president of the OMEGA Honor Society in 2018-19. He was also a member of Mortar Board, Beta Gamma Sigma, Pieta Sigma, and Pika Papi. Despite his active schedule, he is academically outstanding and has been nominated as both a presidential scholar and a male scholar at Collins Business College 2018.
As a Robertson Award winner, King receives both a scholarship and a certificate.
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