May 11, 2000 Geneva, NY – Alan Frishman, professor of economics, is proud to announce that the following Hobart and William Smith College students were recently elected to Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Honor Society in Economics.
From the Classes of 2000, six members have been elected this year. They are Ami Ford, of Whitney Point, N.Y.; Lauren Kidney of Westford, Mass.; Khawar Khokhar, of Edison, N.J.; Meghan McNally, of Gibsonia, Pa.; Bo Xu, of Newington, Conn.; and Mark Yetman, of Newfoundland, Canada. Four students of the Classes of 2000 were elected into the honor society as juniors. They are Abigail Kish, of Ithaca, N.Y.; Patricia Lockwood, of Truxton, N.Y.; Nicholas Pilgrim, of Jacksonville, Fla.; and Jennifer Zegarelli, of Keuka Park, N.Y.
From the Classes of 2001, four members have been elected to Omicron Delta Epsilon this year. They are Ryan Delaney, of Auburn, N.Y.; Laurie Jusseaume, of Taunton, Mass.; Thomas Lynch, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Lisa Stanton, of Endicott, N.Y.
Omicron Delta Epsilon is the international honor society in economics. Each spring, the very best economic students from the junior and senior classes of both Colleges are selected by faculty based on their grade point average within the economics department as well as their overall average.
William Smith College for women and Hobart College for men share a distinctive and historic coordinate relationship. The coordinate system allows the two colleges to share faculty and facilities and provide coeducational classes. Each college awards its own degrees, has its own dean and admissions office, and maintains separate student governments and athletic programs. Located along Seneca Lake in upstate New York, the Colleges have a combined enrollment of about 1,800.
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