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The aims and purposes of the fraternity are:
  • to further the science of pest control
  • to encourage and promote formal education of potential members of the pest control industry
  • to cooperate with the National Pest Management Association and the various state and local pest control associations
  • to obtain and distribute information that would be of value to members of the pest control industry
  • to further public respect and confidence in professional pest control
  • to further the mutual benefits and associations of the members of Pi Chi Omega by the holding of meetings for the presentation and discussion of reports on the investigations and experiences of the members in the field of pest control

History of Pi Chi Omega:

Pi Chi Omega is a national fraternity for pest control professionals. Initiated in 1950 by six students of Dr. John V. Osmun at Purdue University, the fraternity today is comprised of nearly 450 members representing 38 states and 4 foreign countries. These members are some of the most distinguished, dedicated, and talented professionals in the pest control industry. And these professionals are interdisciplinary in scope. They cover a broad spectrum of disciplines, including:

  • Entomologists
  • Vertebrate Pest Specialists
  • Corporate Technical Directors
  • Equipment and Pesticide Product Specialists
  • Company Owners and Managers
  • Sanitarians
  • Business and Marketing Specialists
  • Consultants
  • Researchers
  • Journalists and Publishers