Eldredge appointed to serve on national committee

LOCK HAVEN – Scott Eldredge, Lock Haven University chapter president of Phi Kappa Phi, has been appointed to serve on the society’s national committee for Marketing and Member Benefits for the 2012-14 biennium.

The committee will meet at its national headquarters in Baton Rouge, La., in February.

Eldredge is currently the director of web development for LHU and has served the past 14 years in both web development and public relations. He has been recognized on the national level with awards for both public relations and graphic design. Prior to entering the field of higher education, Eldredge has worked in all facets of communication, including marketing, advertising, graphic design, community relations, printing and teaching.

He and his wife Deanna reside in Williamsport and have two grown children, Nathan and Rebecca.

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was created in 1897 and is the oldest, largest, and most selective collegiate honor society recognizing excellence for all academic disciplines. Phi Kappa Phi has nearly 300 active chapters nationwide. Lock Haven University’s chapter was installed in 1975 as the Society’s 179th. It is the fifth of Pennsylvania’s 18 chapters.