The Ohio State University Launches Zeta Chapter of ENT
Columbus, OH – Four undergraduate students at The Ohio State University have established the Zeta Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau. The newest Brothers and Chapter Founders, Daniel Whisnant, Paul Anderson, Carina Tricaso, and Joseph Lutz, were inducted to the entrepreneurship fraternity on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.
ENT is excited to have such a bright group of entrepreneurial individuals leading the organization’s sixth chapter in Columbus, Ohio. “The new Founders of the Zeta Chapter bring a ton of positive energy and the right amount of aggressiveness. They seem like natural risk takers, with some ambitious plans for the future of ENT,” proclaimed James Wolf, one of the Directors of the National Board.
“The Zeta Chapter of ENT at Ohio State will unite and cultivate a diverse group of highly ambitious leaders who share common passions for entrepreneurship, personal growth, and serving others,” says Daniel Whisnant, who first led the group in launching the Zeta Chapter. “We are dedicated to further distinguishing the National reputation of ENT by utilizing our unique talents to provide a valuable resource for students at Ohio State, and aid our community in any way we can.”
Picture shown above from the Zeta Chapter Induction Ceremony; efficiently conducted via online video conference.