May 19, 2017
The University of New England is pleased to announce the induction of 12 new members into the Gamma Chi chapter of the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health. These 12 new members, all outstanding students, are enrolled in the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program within the College of Graduate and Professional Studies.
On an annual basis, a small number of top-performing M.P.H. students are invited to join Delta Omega. The program elects new student members through a highly selective process that assesses their outstanding academic performance and demonstration of public health leadership. Election of membership in Delta Omega is intended to not only recognize merit, but also to encourage excellence in public health work and devotion to the field.
“We are proud to acknowledge these inductees for their exemplary academic performance as well as the leadership qualities they possess,” says Laudan Ghayebi, M.P.H., Public Health program manager. “We know that the impact they will have in the field of public health will be significant, and we are honored to recognize them for their academic achievements.”
UNE’s 2017 Delta Omega Honorary Society inductees are:
* Carley Anderson
* Adam Barefoot
* Alison Braid
* Lauren Daniels
* Tessa Donaghue-Neider
* Francisca Essandoh
* Colleen Loveless
* Clare O’Grady
* Erica Sarapas
* Cristina Schreckinger Rodas
* Ryan Uy
* Lisa Vreeland
Founded in 1924, Delta Omega is a national honor society existing to encourage research and scholarship among graduate students in public health and to recognize attainment and achievement in the field of public health. With more than 84 active chapters and 15,000 members, Delta Omega and its members are dedicated to ensuring the quality of the field of public health and to the protection and advancement of the health of all people.
In the public health community, Delta Omega members can be found in key leadership positions and essential Public Health fieldwork positions, worldwide. Members include current and past U.S. Surgeon Generals, policy makers, deans of Schools of Public Health, and researchers. Members enjoy a variety of benefits, including access to a number of leadership development and publication opportunities, professional networking events, and discounted resources.
To learn more about the College of Graduate and Professional studies, visit online.une.edu
To apply, visit www.une.edu/admissions