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Congratulations to our Honor Society students

During the Fall Semester, 25 talented students from the Department of Economics were accepted into Omicron Delta Epsilon. Omicron Delta Epsilon is the International Honor Society in Economics. This organization has more than 700 chapters throughout the world and offers opportunities to activities such as invited speakers, group discussions, dinners, meetings and special projects.

Our Omicron Delta Epsilon chapter comprises 675 members and was established in 1988. We are grateful to Professor Thomas Barnay for the amazing advocacy and enthusiasm that he brings as the new faculty advisor to the Iota Chapter for the Department of Economics which had been dormant since 2013.  

Congratulations to: Anjali Aggarwal, Catherine Baldyga, Elizabeth Beckett, Mayukha Bhamidipati, Teresa Cassab, Liza Davitadze, Sawyer Dixon, Eesha Varma Gottumukkala, Jessica Gudin, Isabella Halperin, Mercy Iyelobu, Jacob Jawharjian, Aditya Kalia, Thomas Leslie, Zoe Persaud, Isabella Ratto, Cyrus Seyrafi, Ira Sharma, Vishaan Shetty, Harriet Slaats, Holly Soper, Mackenzie Sucher, Laini Sweifach, Yidi Wang, and Jessica Ye.

In order to be eligible to join the Iota Chapter, a student must be a junior or senior economics major, with at least 12 hours completed and have an overall GPA of 3.0. Graduate students must have a GPA of 3.0 in their economics courses, with the equivalent of at least one semester of economics graduate work completed. 

If you are interested in applying, please visit https://cssh.northeastern.edu/economics/omicron-delta-epsilon/. The deadline for this 2nd round of applications is March 1, 2024.

Omicron Delta Epsilon is dedicated to the encouragement of excellence in economics. It encourages devotion on the part of its members as economists to the advancement of their science and to the scholarly effort to make freedom from want and deprivation a reality for all mankind.

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