Alpha Omega Epsilon is proud to recognize outstanding chapters and volunteers of 2018:
On Target Award
The On Target Award is AΩE’s most prestigious award. It symbolizes everything an ideal Chapter should be. It is not an easy award to win. There are many requirements involving submission of all paperwork, hosting of events, attendance at such events, recruitment for Chapter, and keeping alumnae and faculty involved and informed. This year’s recipient worked especially hard at this, and has earned a combined score of 650 out of a possible 670 total points. They are a role model to all other Chapters. Congratulations to the Eta Chapter from the University of British Columbia this year’s recipient of the 2018 On Target Award.
Rookie On Target 2018
The Rookie On Target Award targets Chapters that have been installed for two years or less. This was a very tight race with all three of our new chapters being within 20 points of each other. The criteria is the same as the On Target Award, however, it gives new Chapters a chance to lay the Foundations of their Chapter while still having the chance to compete for an award. This year’s award goes to the Chapter who had a combined score of 530 out of 670. This Chapter had excellent On Time submission of all IEB paperwork and had great attendance at all of the events. The 2018 Rookie On Target Award goes to the Beta Tau Chapter at Kansas State University!
Most Improved On Target 2018
The Most Improved On Target Award goes to the Chapter who has made the greatest leap in score from last year to this year. This winning Chapter stands out by increasing their score by 200 points. This Chapter really stepped up this year by hosting a wide variety of events. Congratulations to the Beta Zeta Chapter for the most improved On Target Score!
Scholastic Achievement 2018
GPA: 3.585, Consistently above 3.5 every year
Also going to Beta Rho Chapter from University of Alabama
Service Award 2018
The winner of the Service Award has been extremely busy giving of themselves and making their world a better place.
Averaged 11.59 service hours per person!
Service Activities Include:
First Lego League Championships, Dress for Success, and a quilting event earning money for their philanthropy
Winner Omega Chapter from South Dakota State University
Professional Award 2018
Averaging 17.75 hours per member in professional activities
Activities Include: Engineering Expo Prep, Etiquette Dinner, Leadership in Engineering Conference, Professional Dress Chapter Meeting, meetings focused separated by major and helping your sisters out professionally, industry tours, company info sessions, teach your passion, and networking events
Winner Rho Chapter from Virginia Tech
Totaling 1913 hours
Hosted 9 events with over 600 hours in served.
Activities Include: Mentor programs, presentations at elementary schools, engineering activities for middle-schoolers
Winner: Beta Alpha Chapter from Texas Tech
Totaling 638 hours
Campus Council Award
Attended 14 events hosted by their campus council
Activities Include: Panhel mixers, Panhel day of service, Greek 101, greek week, greek hockey night, Panhel holiday party, letters to veterans
Winner: Tau Chapter from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Totaling 229 hours
Hosted 23 sisterhood events!
Activities Include: Craft nights, Spa Nights, tailgates, pumpkin painting, trivia nights, field day Bowling night, movie nights, healthy recipe cookbook, breakfast for dinner, health talk
Winner: Xi Chapter from Clemson University
Totaling over 2000 hours!
Below is a list of the Convention awards with their descriptions and respective applications.To be considered for multiple awards, you must fill out each unique application. Please note all applications are due by May 15th.
The following awards are determined from the biannual On Target Report submissions and statistical information:
On Target Award
Most Improved On Target Award
Rookie On Target Award
View a list of previous award recipients.