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The American Economist

Petitioning for a New Chapter

Omicron Delta Epsilon is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies in the United States, and thus fully recognized and accredited.

Chapters engage in such activites as their members deem most interesting and beneficial to their development as economists.

To start a chapter of ODE at your school it needs to:

1.

  Be a four-year institution

2.

  Have an economics faculty with terminal degrees

3.

  Offer upper level courses in economics

To begin the process of starting a chapter of ODE at your school, print and submit this petition by mail to our mailing address.

The school does not pay any membership fees to ODE; the only costs are the membership fees of the student members.

Announcements

ODE SUPERSTARS:
The recipient of the Frank W. Taussig Undergraduate Research Paper Award for 2018 is Austin Martin of Elon University. Austin received a cash prize of $1,000 and the Elon Chapter of ODE received $200 in Austin's name.

Tai Lee of University of Missouri, Columbia was the winner of the Irving Fisher Graduate Research Paper Award, which carried a cash prize of $1,000.

The Michael Szenberg Award went to Amanda J. Felke of Lake Forest College and Kristina M. Lybecker of Colorado College for the best article published in The American Economist in 2018.

DEADLINES:
February 1 is the deadline for chapter advisors to nominate a deserving student for the Charles Phillips Outstanding Student Leadership Award. Time is running out, so get you nominations in soon.

Omicron Delta Epsilon is proud to be a member of ACHS
Association of College Honor Societies