International Honor Society for Economics
Theta Chapter - Rutgers http://econweb.rutgers.edu/sheflin/ode.htm
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
202 New Jersey Hall
New Brunswick New Jersey 08901-1248
848 932 7363 Fax (732) 932 7416 e-mail Sheflin@rutgers.edu
is open to all students who have a demonstrated interest and achievement in
economics at Rutgers NB
Applicants graduating BEFORE
2022 must have completed at least 4 economics (220)
courses at Rutgers New Brunswick with a 3.4 GPA or above in these and all
other 220 courses completed at the time of the application, as well as a 3.0
overall GPA or better.
Applicants graduating IN
2022 or later will need a 3.5 overall GPA as well as a 3.5
GPA in all economics courses taken at Rutgers NB up to the date of
application, with at least four completed to apply.
fill out the online application form here
You will receive an acceptance email within a few weeks. In the meantime,
feel free to join any ODE activities (notifications by email and sakai Announcements).
Membership is only available to current undergraduate and graduate students.
If you are Rutgers New Brunswick ODE member (full or associate) and wish to
keep in touch, fill out the form here
If you have been advised by your Professor to join as an INTERIM MEMBER and
given a password, sign up here Note interim membership is only open to
outstanding freshman and sophomores.
Faculty Advisor Neil Sheflin firstname.lastname@example.org
Background. ODE is one of the largest academic
honor societies in the world, dating back to 1915. The Theta chapter at
Rutgers University in New Brunswick was chartered in 1969. In addition to
fostering closer ties between students and faculty and enriching and expanding
its membersí knowledge of economics, ODE also provides international
recognition of outstanding academic achievement in economics, awards a number
of prizes for outstanding contributions, and provides opportunities to
present papers at annual meetings and publish in The American Economist,
the Journal of Omicron Delta Epsilon.
RECONS, the Rutgers
Economics Society http://rutgersrecons.weebly.com/