GENEVA, N.Y.—The Department of Economics at Hobart and William Smith Colleges is proud to announce the following students recently elected to Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Honor Society in Economics.
From the Classes of 2001, 11 members have been elected. They are Michael Amodeo, from West Valley, N.Y.; Jamie Flesh, from Voorheesville, N.Y.; Yongsheng Lei, from Brooklyn, N.Y.; Michael Lima, from Monmouth Beach, N.J.; Mollie Masten, from Williamsport, Pa.; Sean McGlynn, from Binghamton, N.Y.; Marilyn Perez, from Richmond Hill, N.Y.; Maura Reilly, from Newington, Conn.; Paul Rivera, from Middletown, N.Y.; Angela Scheibner, from Grosse Pointe, Mich.; and Scott Yoder, from Kutztown, Pa.
From the Classes of 2002, three members have been elected. They are Michael Folliard, from Newport, R.I.; Shane Knowles from Dexter, N.Y.; and Angela Richardson, from Phippsburg, Maine.
Each spring faculty in the HWS Department of Economics select juniors and seniors for induction to Omicron Delta Epsilon based on the students’ overall and economics grade point averages.
Hobart College for men and William Smith College for women–private, liberal arts institutions with a combined enrollment of 1,800–are noted for both their ambitious emphasis on international study and their integrated curricular and co-curricular programs in community service. They are among the top 10 colleges in the nation in participation in off-campus programs. Hobart and William Smith are located in Geneva, at the northern tip of Seneca Lake in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York.
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