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The Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health was founded to recognize outstanding achievement in public health. Delta Omega chapters are comprised of CEPH-accredited schools and programs. Virginia Tech's chapter of Delta Omega, Delta Mu, was established in 2017. Each spring, a select number of Virginia Tech graduates, alumni, and faculty are inducted into Delta Mu. Membership in Delta Omega reflects the dedication of an individual to increasing the quality of the field, as well as to the protection and advancement of the health of all people. National guidelines for yearly inductions can be found here.

Students:

  • Shelby Borowski
  • Marc Lewis
  • Emily Meeks
  • Travis Oishi
  • Margaret Ragsdale
  • Lindsay Vander Molen

Faculty:

  • Dr. Kerry Redican

Alumni:

  • Kim Butterfield
  • Helen Ferguson
  • Amy Epperley

Honorary:

  • Dr. Cynda Johnson
Delta Omega - Delta Mu Chapter - Inductees Spring 2019
Delta Omega - Delta Mu Chapter - Inductees Spring 2019

Students:

  • Ann Carpenter
  • Lydia Carpenter
  • Taylor Gaines
  • Anna Harris
  • Megan Kearney
  • Marta Zlotnick

Faculty:

  • Dr. Kathy Hosig

Alumni:

  • Paige Bordwine
  • Steven Rekant
  • Sara Wohlford

Honorary:

  • Dr. Marc Edwards
Delta Omega - Delta Mu Chapter - Inductees Spring 2018
Delta Omega - Delta Mu Chapter - Inductees Spring 2018

Students:

  • Annie Loyd
  • Carlisle Shealy
  • Julia Sherry
  • Sara Taetzsch

Faculty:

  • Dr. Laura Hungerford (transfer member)
  • Dr. Pam Teaster (transfer member)
  • Susan West Marmagas

Nominations for induction:

To submit a Virginia Tech Public Health Program alumna or alumnus for consideration or to submit a consideration for honorary membership, mail or email the following documents to the program. Nominations are due by April 1 each year.

  1. Nomination letter summarizing the individual’s accomplishments relevant to public health
  2. Biographical sketch/resume/CV