The Delta Omega Society
Read the President's Fall Letter here to learn about the Alpha Chapter's new initiatives and goals for this year.
The Delta Omega Alpha Chapter is a national honor society that aims to encourage excellence in research, scholarship and practice among graduate students in public health and to recognize attainment in the field of public health.
Delta Omega was founded in 1924 at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health (now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) to promote excellence and to recognize accomplishments in scholarship and research.
Since the establishment at Johns Hopkins of the Alpha Chapter, the Society has expanded nationally to 59 local chapters with about 6,000 members. A National Executive Council, consisting of elected officers and delegates from the local chapters, administers the affairs of Delta Omega. The Society is governed by a constitution and set of bylaws.
This fellowship limits its membership to public health faculty, students and alumni. Each candidate must also meet membership criteria as set forth in the constitution and bylaws. The Society accepts only students meeting high academic standards. All candidates must also demonstrate a potential for making significant contributions to the field of public health.
For more information, you can contact the Office of Alumni Relations.