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Chapter Report Awards

Annual Report Criteria*

* Annual Report Criteria will change for 2005-07. See www.kon.org/awards/awards.html


2009 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Rho, East Tennessee State

  1. Planning for service project - Habitat for Humanity

  2. Ethics

  3. Research Methods

  4. Research data collection on food supplement product grant

  5. Head 2 Toe service project

  6. Service project at The River

2009 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Phi, Mississippi State

  1. AAUW Grant project planning

  2. Speaker on AAUW grants

  3. More work on grant

  4. Leadership

  5. Kids & Careers Program

2009 Award Recipient - Kappa Delta Omicron, Meredith College

  1. What do you know about KON?

  2. ACHS grant proposal on social responsibility

  3. Leadership 105

  4. Day of Celebration - Undergraduate Research

  5. Connecting the Dots (sustainability)

2008 Award Recipient - Kappa Alpha, Northwest Missouri State

  1. Graduate School Opportunities

  2. Pygmalian Theory

  3. Ethical Dilemmas

  4. Diversity in the Workplace

  5. Etiquette Banquet

  6. Celebrated centennial of FCS Department at Northwest

2008 Award Recipient - Kappa Delta Omicron, Meredith College

  1. Leadership Lecture - Carolyn Jackson, AAFCS

  2. Day of Celebration - Undergraduate Research

  3. Leadership 105

2008 Award Recipient - Nu Omicron, California Univ of Penna

  1. Volunteer on medical staff for Special Olympics

  2. Code of Ethics development for unit

  3. High school visits - wound care, nutrition, injury prevention, concussions, and exercise awareness

  4. Volunteer on medical staff fpr Greek Week games

  5. Undergraduate research

  6. Volunteer on medical staff for Pike's Run Fishing Festival

2007 Award Recipient - Kappa Alpha, Northwest Missouri State

  1. Using your Moral Compass
  2. Styles of leadership and the Myers-Briggs inventory
  3. Diversity, using the KON Gingerbread people to emphasize uniqueness and types of diversity
  4. Etiquette Dinner
  5. Ethics in the Workplace

 2007 Award Recipient - Omicron Alpha Beta, University of Maine

  1. Professionalism and Career Networking – a doctoral student discussed her career path and talked about how networking can lead to new opportunities.
  2. Discussion of research projects including the ethical treatment of human subjects and the application process for approval of research with human subjects
  3. A dentist spoke on the topic of ethical treatment of children and adults with oral diseases and the connection between nutrition and dental disease
  4. A member of the Maine State House of Representatives spoke about public policy and her role on the Budget and Finance Committee.
  5. A graduate student presented Writing for Success, which focused on the importance of writing in graduate school and how to improve writing skills.

2007 Award Recipient - Omicron Tau, Penn State

  1. Chapter members presented research projects
  2. A presenter from the Rock Ethics Institute discussed the ethics, politics, and anguish surrounding Alzheimer’s Disease.
  3. A teamwork exercise gave an opportunity for new and current members to complete a variety of tasks that required teamwork.
  4. A professional from Career Services presented information on resume writing

2006 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Xi, Carson-Newman

  1. The Sadness of a Book Never Read focused on the importance of reading. The presenter shared information about seven favorite books
  2. Ethics programming included three meetings
    1. What is Academic Dishonesty? -
    2. Examination of Honor Codes
    3. Discussion following completion of the Values in Action Inventory
  3. Chapter members shared their research projects, and instructions were shared about developing poster presentations

 2006 Award Recipient - Omicron Tau, Penn State

  1. Current researchers in each major were invited to discuss their work. Faculty presenters discussed their career paths towards research and offered suggestions and motivation for students to seek research experiences with faculty. Chapter members discussed their research projects.
  2. The topic of Integrating Ethics in the Workplace was presented by a faculty member whose dissertation research involved ethics workshops for Workforce Education and Development. The meeting concluded with activities examining situational ethics problems.
  3. Diversity was introduced through the game, Star Power, which classified participants in social classes for the purpose of collaborating to advance into a higher social class. Thus diversity was experienced from a point of view other than race and gender.

2006 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Phi, Mississippi State

  1. A program focused on the importance of research and changes in the profession.
  2. An ethics program highlighted the contributions of Mr. Rogers to children’s character development.
  3. A program focused on leadership and character development.

2005 Award Recipient - Omicron Tau Chapter, Penn State University

 

2005 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Rho Chapter, East Tennessee State University

2005 Award Recipient - Kappa Delta Rho Chapter, Olivet Nazarene University

 

2004 Award Recipient - Kappa Beta Xi Chapter, Carson-Newman College

2004 Award Recipient - Kappa Alpha Theta Chapter, Eastern Illinois University

 

* Annual Report Criteria will change for 2005-07. See www.kon.org/awards/awards.html

 

 

 

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