Pi Omega Pi
Pi Omega Pi is the National Business Education Teacher Honor Society, which has the purpose of promoting scholarship and service in the area of business education. For over 80 years, Pi Omega Pi has provided its members with a variety of services pertaining to business education.
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The Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Omega Pi at Minot State was recognized for its 50th year as a chapter by the Pi Omega Pi National Council. Dr. Ivan Wallace made the presentation at the 2014 National Business Education Association Convention held in April in Los Angeles. Accepting the recognition certificate is Jan Repnow, Delta Omega Chapter Advisor. Samantha Shirley, National Student Representative, looks on.
POP has a new national web site that can be found at www.piomegapi.org.
MSU POP members helped out at the 2012 MSU Tech Day on Wednesday, December 5, 2012. Students from 11 area high schools competed in the department of Business Information Technology's Technology Day. For the fifth year, Underwood High School won
New initiates: (L to R) Isaac Friesen, Courtney Albertson, Mallory Brodal, Nikki Holmen,
Alyssa Landry, Liva Rovig.
MSU Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Omega Pi
(L to R) Liva Rovig, Alyssa Landry, McKenna Larson—Secretary, Nikki Holmen, Isaac Friesen,
Ben Berg—President, Mallory Brodal, Mrs. Jan Repnow—Advisor, Courtney Albertson
The Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, the National Honor Society for Teacher of Business Education, held their annual initiation on Tuesday, November 27, 2013 at the Slaaten Learning Center on the campus of Minot State University.
Six members were initiated: Courtney Albertson, Mallory Brodal, Isaac Friesen, Nikki Holmen, Alyssa Landry, and Liva Rovig.
Ben Berg is the chapter president and McKenna Larson is the secretary. Mrs. Jan Repnow serves as the chapter advisor.
Business teacher education students are invited into membership after completing at least 15 semester hours in a business teacher education curriculum with grades of B or higher in all courses. Pi Omega Pi creates a fellowship among teachers of business subjects, creates and encourages interest and scholarship in business education, encourages civic responsibility, fosters high ethical standards in business and professional life among teachers of business, and recognizes the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprises.