Each year, we recognize greatness within our sisterhood. Among the many brilliant, caring, and passionate women who wear the pink and green, some truly shine as academics, community members, and exceptional individuals. These sisters not only exemplify success in their personal lives but are also committed to helping Delta Zeta thrive and grow into the future.
Grace Mason Lundy Award
The Grace Mason Lundy Award was first given out at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her many years of service as a National President, Historian, and other national offices. It shall be presented to Delta Zeta senior members who have given the most significant evidence of loyalty, devotion, and service to their chapters and the Sorority throughout their college years.
Florence Hood Miner Award
The Florence Hood Miner Award was first awarded at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her service as National Vice President, Editor of The LAMP of Delta Zeta, Historian, and other national offices. The award shall be given to members of Delta Zeta in their junior year who made the greatest contributions to their colleges, chapters, and Delta Zeta through outstanding leadership on their campuses while always maintaining good academic records.
Delta Zeta's prestigious 35 Under 35 award honors outstanding young professionals who have significantly impacted their respective fields before the age of 35. Annually, we proudly recognize 35 remarkable sisters for their exceptional achievements and contributions. Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of these impressive young women who inspire us all!
Women of Achievement
The Woman of the Year Award shall be presented annually on Founders Day to an alumna member who has achieved national recognition in her profession or volunteer service.
Discover the stories of Delta Zetas who exemplify the values of our Sorority. These sisters come from all walks of life but share a common bond: a commitment to leadership, service, and excellence. One is the first female vice president of General Mills. Another was the director of the Johnson Space Center at NASA. One sister served as the second female Treasurer of the United States. There’s also a familiar face from the hit 1970s television show The Brady Bunch.