Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health

Delta Omega is the honorary society for graduate studies in public health. The society was founded in 1924 at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health. There are over 100 chapters with 20,000 individual members throughout the US and abroad.
Each chapter conducts the principal Delta Omega activities. The chapters elect new members each year from four groups:

  1. Students who are candidates for a graduate degree in public health,
  2. Faculty members at the school of public health, and
  3. Alumni actively engaged in public health work
  4. Honorary members possessing exceptional qualifications

Election is based on outstanding performance: scholarship in students, teaching and research in faculty members, and community service in alumni. Membership in Delta Omega reflects the dedication of an individual to quality in the field of public health and to protection and advancement of the health of all people.

The COPH Tau Chapter won the Delta Omega Chapter of the Year Award for 2017! For the latest chapter news, click here.

Three COPH students present posters at APHA annual meeting

For more information, contact Somer Burke, President of USF COPH, Tau Chapter and Member at Large, Delta Omega Executive Committee.