A Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society Publication

Volume 5, Issue 1 - Fall, 2007



ISSN:1548-4246

Benefits (Why Kappa Omicron Nu?)

Leadership

Fellowships/
Grants

News & Events

Links

Membership

Site Index

KON Home Page


Kappa Omicron Nu

 

Ninth KON Leadership Institute & Undergraduate Research Conference

Hyatt Regency DFW, Dallas, Texas
August 2-5, 2007

Highlights

Reflective Human Action Flash Presentation & Interactive Activities
Framing Issues Flash Presentation and Case Study Analysis, Track II
DiSC Personality Profile Analysis & Education
Undergraduate Research Presentations
Fun in the West End Historic District of Downtown Dallas
Award Banquet and Address


It is a pleasure to recognize the following
 RESEARCH PRESENTERS


Lauren Darr, Baylor University
Jessica Erin Davis, Auburn University
Molly Hammar & Rachel Rogers, Bradley University
Amy Hendricks, Michigan State University
Mary Ellen Herndon, Baylor University
Jennifer Marquez, Baylor University
Sarah Maurer, Eastern Illinois University
Elizabeth McCallum, University of Maryland--Eastern Shore
Ayisha Thompson, University of Maryland--Eastern Shore

 


Kappa Omicron Nu Blog

Kappa Omicron Nu announces a space for members to talk about chapter issues, personal career choices, leadership perspectives, partnerships with other chapters, and new directions for chapters and the honor society. See http://Blog.KON.org 

The Board of Directors would like to contract with three members to manage the site and encourage participation. Applications can be directed to [email protected].  

Dorothy Mitstifer
KON Executive Director


Attention: Undergraduate Researchers

The 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). 


Internship Scholarships Available

The 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

Association of College Honor Societies/
Washington Internship Institute Scholarship

ACHS 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.

Association of College Honor Societies/
The Fund for American Studies (Georgetown University)

ACHS 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.

Association of College Honor Societies/
Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars

In 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.


 

2008-2009 Awards

National Grants to Chapters

Variable grants awarded to chapters for chapter awards.

Master's Fellowship 

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 Executive Director.

Doctoral Fellowships

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 - $10,000 awarded for critical science research.

Research/Project 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 Initiatives Fund.


Learning from the Road Runner

"The Road Runner approaches his world . . . [with the] spirit of wonder and wide-eyed curiosity [and] with an enthusiastic vitality solidly focused on a ceaseless pursuit of worth. His curiosity is as conspicuous as Wile E.'s conceit. His forward-focused perspective (rather than a look-over-your-shoulder defensiveness) keeps him forever fixed on what's to come, not frustrated by what was. He is constantly adapting, adjusting, learning, remembering."

From Beep! Beep! Competing in the Age of the Road Runner by Chip R. Bell & Oren Harari (2000), p. 159.


Kappa Omicron Nu Collegiate Member Newsletter, Volume 5, No. 1 — Executive Director and Editor: Dorothy I. Mitstifer. © Copyright 2007 by Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society, 1749 Hamilton Road, Suite 106, Okemos, MI 48864. Telephone: 517.351.8335 — — e-mail: [email protected].