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Past Officers of Omicron Delta Epsilon

PAST PRESIDENTS

Robert E. Hill, Kent State University - 1963-1965
Erwing K. Zingler, University of Houston - 1966-1971
E. Bryant Phillips, University of Southern California - 1972- 1973
Sylvia Lane, University of California - Davis - 1974-1975
Charles F. Phillips, Jr., Washington & Lee University - 1976-1979
Egon Neuberger, State University of New York-Stony Brook - 1980-1981
Alan Brown, University of Windsor - 1982-1983
David A. Martin, State University of New York - Geneseo - 1984-1985
G. Randolph Rice, Louisiana State University - 1986-1987
Louise Nelson, Davidson College - 1988-1989
Alex Kondonassis, University of Oklahoma - 1990-1991
Harold F. Williamson, Jr., University of Illinois - 1992-1993
Stanley L. Brue, Pacific Lutheran University - 1994-1995
Charles F. Phillips, Jr., Washington & Lee University - 1996-1997
Patrick B. O'Neill, University of North Dakota - 1998-1999
Shirley Johnson-Lans, Vassar College - 2000-2002
Kristine L. Chase, St. Mary's College of California - 2002-2004
James Bradley, Jr., University of South Carolina - 2004-2006
Robert Ebert, Baldwin Wallace College - 2006-2008
Robert Rycroft, University of Mary Washington - 2008-2010
Mary Ellen Benedict, Bowling Green State University - 2010-2012
Joseph M. Santos 2012-2014

PAST EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Geza de Feketekuty, Princeton University - 1963-1965
Daniel E. Diamond, New York University - 1966-1967
John D. Guilfoil, New York University - 1968-1974
Michael Szenberg, Pace University - 1974-2012

Announcements
FALL DEADLINES: The deadline for a spring 2015 chapter projects grant is October 31. 2014.

NEW GRANT OPPORTUNITY: The ACHS (Association of College Honor Societies) has announced a new grant program. ODE chapter advisors are eligible to apply for a grant under the Adviser Grant Program. The goal of this grant program is to encourage the development of Honors Councils of university registered honor society chapters at educational institutions for the purpose of developing university-wide collaboration on co-curriculum high impact practices, functional organizational activities (organizational business and meetings), and support for honor society advisers and officers. Four $1000 grants are available for pilot projects to achieve these objectives. For more information, go to achsnatl.org/social-responsibility/grant-program.asp.


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