Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society
Congratulations to the fall 2013 new members, inducted on October 20, 2013!
Rose Avellino - Stephanie Bianchi - Tony Breuning - Makisha Brown - Rebecca Brown - So Hyeun Cho - Tal Cohen - Cristina Desemone - Derek Ellis - Chelsea Faison - Brendan Hall - Kelsey Hanson -William Hurd - Kirstin Jones - President Robert J. Jones - Sari Khatib - Inyoung Kim - Margaret Levine - Brittany Maclay - Carolyn Malloch -
Whitney Martinez - Joseph Meringolo - Ron Nagor - Carol Perrin - Natasha Pooran - Estela Rivero - Benjamin Russell - Nicole Salierno - Alexandra Schober -Joseph Sheehan - Noah Simon - Nancy Temeng - Carla Theimer - Elise Tiralli - Richard Weiner - Tiffany Williams - Tao Zhang
ODK organizes students, staff, and faculty who, while excelling in their academic and professional work, have contributed in special ways to the University at Albany. By bringing these individuals together as a group it seeks to help the University transform the lives of its students and the broader community.
Membership in ODK is based on prior individual accomplishments and recognizes how the new member can be a valuable contributor in the future to our collective efforts. Accepting membership entails commitment to work with colleagues, through active engagement in ODK's meetings and activities, to fulfill these purposes.
The society recognizes leaders in the areas of
- College and community service; social and religious activities; campus government
- Journalism, speech and the mass media
- The creative and performing arts
The University at Albany Circle of ODK was founded in 2003 with the induction of 44 members. In its commitment to promoting and developing positive leadership, ODK sponsors an annual conference to unite student leaders from multiple campuses. The organization also sponsors a variety of outreach programs as part of being a contributor to a better society.
University at Albany Circle By-Laws.