ODK Members Announced at WWU

Fifteen students at William Woods University are new members
of Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society (ODK). ODK was founded in 1914 and was
established on the William Woods campus in 2009.
 
Omicron Delta Kappa was the first college honor society of a
national scope to accord recognition and honor for meritorious leadership and
service in extracurricular activities and to encourage the development of
general campus citizenship.
 
The Society has always had a strong secondary membership
requirement of scholarship, although its prime requisites for membership are
character and meritorious attainments in all-around leadership in college and
university life.
 
The organization recognizes students for leadership in any of
the following areas:


·       
Scholarship
·       
Athletics
·       
Campus/community
service, social/religious activities and campus government
·       
Journalism,
speech and the mass media
·       
Creative
and performing arts

 

 
Undergraduate juniors and seniors, graduate students,
faculty, staff, administration and alumni are eligible for membership if they
meet at least one of these leadership requirements.

New members of ODK are:
Caroline Boulanger of Voluntown, Conn.;

Bailey Campanini of
Camdenton, Mo.; 
Alicia Delaney of St. Peters,
Mo.;         
Tanner Edwards of Tipton,
Mo.;
Amy Gibson of Kirksville,
Mo.;
Tricia Jackson of Valley
Park, Mo.;
Shelby Jobe of Russelville,
Mo.;
Ashley McCaffery of Olathe,
Kan.;                   
Dani Moritz of Algonquin,
Ill.
Jenny Morris of Overland
Park, Kan.;   
Alexis Scott of Mapleton,
Ill.;  
Mary Raines Scriber of
Bentonville, Ark.;         
Claire Thibodaux of Wildwood,
Mo.;    
Matt Thomas of Brashear, Mo.;
and     

Jordan Thompson of Desloge, Mo.