Omicron Nu Adopts Program Theme of
is about going somewhere--personally and in concert with others in
Although leadership, especially position (elected or appointed) leadership,
is often discussed in terms of leader qualities and skills, the matter of
leadership as a responsibility of each professional receives little
attention (Wheatley, 2005). The campus and larger community can benefit from
the leadership of chapter members in addressing issues related to social
responsibility in the areas of peace and security, social justice,
environment, prosperity, innovation/technology, health, and education.
M. J. (2005). Finding our way. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler
J. (2008). Common wealth: Economics for a crowded planet. New York:
Omicron Nu Announces
Childhood Obesity YouTube Contest
Kappa Omicron Nu is pleased to announce a
call for video submissions!
There are many
success stories about KON chapter programming using the theme: The Seven
Wonders of the Socially Responsible World, including TAKING IT TO THE
STREETS on the critical issue of childhood obesity. We’d
like to see your chapter’s story.
Share highlights of a program in a short video and post it to YouTube. We’ll
screen all of the submissions and select the best videos. We’ll then invite
all chapter members to vote on the video they feel is the most compelling. The
chapter that creates the video will receive an award, and the creators will be
featured on the KON Website.
Here are some important details and guidelines to help you:
- Include the following components in your
video: program title referencing your “seven wonders” topic, chapter
name, names of creators, and program audience, in addition to highlights.
- Upload your video to YouTube and complete
the form below.
- Be sure to include your name(s), chapter,
email, phone number, and address when notifying us of your submission.
- Videos should not exceed 3 minutes in
- Videos must be posted to YouTube by 11:59
pm ET on November 30, 2011, or by 11:59 pm ET on March 1, 2012.
- You must notify Kappa Omicron Nu of your
entry before the last submission dates given above.
- Chapters will be notified of the link for
voting, and all members will have an opportunity to vote for the best
- Contest award recipients will be announced
on January 30, 2012 and April 15, 2012.
Reference – Seven Wonders of
the Socially Responsible World - http://kon.org/nat_init.html.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling 800.351.8335.
opportunity to publish manuscripts, papers, and reports is available in
the Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences and to present
highlights of your research in a national forum are described on the
Undergraduate Research Community Web site (see URC link on Homepage: www.kon.org).
Association of College Honor Societies has developed partnership relationships
with three organizations. The opportunities are listed below. See partner
links on the Home page, www.achsnatl.org.
of College Honor Societies/
Washington Internship Institute Scholarship
and WII are pleased to announce that inducted student members of the ACHS
societies will be awarded a merit-based $500 scholarship for the ACHS/WII
Washington Internship Program. Every inducted student member of Kappa Omicron
Nu is eligible for this scholarship.
of College Honor Societies/
The Fund for American Studies (Georgetown University)
and The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) are pleased to announce that one
inducted student member of Kappa Omicron Nu will be awarded a merit-based
$1000 scholarship for a TFAS Summer Institute or Capital Semester.
of College Honor Societies/
Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
recognition of the high quality students that enroll in The Washington
Center's internship program and the outstanding academic achievements of ACHS
honor society students, starting with the spring 2006 semester, The Washington
Center is pleased to provide three $1,000 scholarships a year to students who
are members of Kappa Omicron Nu.
Grants to Chapters
Variable grants awarded to chapters for chapter awards.
Institute Award - One-week Leadership Education Experience
Eileen C. Maddex Fellowship - $2,000 awarded annually from an endowment in the
Omicron Nu Fellowship Fund in honor of her contributions as Omicron Nu
Hettie Margaret Anthony Fellowship - $2,000 awarded for doctoral study
from the Kappa Omicron Phi Fellowship Fund in honor of her as founder of Kappa
Omicron Phi at Northwest Missouri State.
Omicron Nu Research Fellowship - $2,000 awarded annually for doctoral research
from the Omicron Nu Fellowship Fund.
Marjorie M. Brown Dissertation Fellowship - four classifications of critical
science research awards are available; one award among these alternatives will
be granted annually - $10,000.
Grants - Cross-Specialization and Integrative Research
National Alumni Chapter Grant - $1,000 awarded annually as a project of
the National alumni chapter.
New Initiatives Grant - $3,000 awarded annually from the Kappa Omicron Nu New
Hawthorne Research Grant - $3,000 awarded to tenure track assistant professors
seeking support for a research/creative activities agenda.
information and applications for all of these, see www.kon.org/awards/grants.html.
from the Road Runner
3: All Enterprise Is Virtual
lasts . . . fashion . . . all products are experiments . . . perpetual
reinvention . . . everything you do will be virtual, including how you learn,
who you work with, who you learn with . . . creating your own destiny and
security . . organizations that work in the virtual mode love the desert . . .
let go of everything but your world-class talent and your soul. Stay light and
From Beep! Beep!
Competing in the Age of the Road Runner by Chip R. Bell & Oren Harari
(2000), p. 55.
Nu Collegiate Member Newsletter, Volume 8, No. 1 Executive Director
and Editor: Dorothy I. Mitstifer. © Copyright 2011 by Kappa Omicron Nu
Honor Society, PO Box 798, Okemos, MI 48805-0798. Telephone: 517.351.8335