The International Honor Society for Economics, Omicron Delta Epsilon now has a chapter at Ave Maria University. ODE is one of the world's largest and oldest academic honor societies. The Ave Maria University Economics Department formally established the Sigma Chapter of Florida on March 1, 2010.
Omicron Delta Epsilon is dedicated to the recognition of academic achievement and promotion of economic knowledge. It seeks to recognize scholastic attainment and honor outstanding achievements in economics; to establish closer ties between students and faculty in economics within and among colleges and universities; to publish its official journal, The American Economist, and to sponsor panels at professional meetings and the Irving Fisher and Frank W. Taussig competitions.
Membership in an Honor Society sends a powerful signal to other students, faculty, potential employers, graduate school admission officers, scholarship awarders, and parents. Some of the benefits of membership in Omicron Delta Epsilon include: International recognition of scholastic achievement in economics.
- A publication outlet for promising undergraduate and graduate student papers in The American Economist, the journal of Omicron Delta Epsilon.
- Closer academic and professional relationships with the faculty at your university.
- Closer professional and social relationships with fellow ODE members at your university.
- Closer professional and social relationships with ODE members at other universities with Omicron Delta Epsilon chapters.
- ODE sponsored meetings at the annual conventions of regional, national and international associations.
- Eligibility to compete for the Frank Taussig and Irving Fisher Awards (both cash prizes and publication of essays).
- Eligibility to compete for the Outstanding Student Leader Award.
- One-year subscription to The American Economist.
For more information on the application requirements please contact:
Dr. Gabriel Martinez
ODE Faculty Advisor and Chairman, Department of Economics