recognition of scholastic achievements in economics.
publication outlet for promising undergraduate and graduate student papers
in The American Economist, the Journal of Omicron Delta Epsilon, as
well as a one year subscription to the journal.
academic and professional relationships with the faculty at your
university or college.
professional and social relationships with fellow ODE members at your
university or college, as well as members who attend other schools.
to present papers at ODE sponsored meetings at the annual conventions of
regional, national, and international associations.
to compete for the Outstanding Student Leader Award.
to compete for the Frank Taussig and Irving Fisher awards (both cash
prizes and publication of essays).
membership at no additional cost.
Potential members are selected based on the
or completing 16 credit hours of Economics courses.
of at least a 3.0 GPA in Economics courses and an overall 3.0 GPA in all
student has not attained a B average in both Economics classes and in all
other classes, but wants to be a member, then faculty recommendation is
do not have to be an Economics major, but must be interested in the
subject in addition to meeting the above requirements.