Pi Chi Omega will be conducting Board of Directors Elections at the membership meeting during Pest World. Have you thought about serving on the Board? It is a great way to get involved, make meaningful connections and really learn the importance of our Fraternity!
There's always a lot going on at Pest World, but we hope you'll put these Pi Chi Omega events at the top of your Pest World Agenda!
Membership categories now focus on members’ role in the industry and members voted to support a recommended dues increase after more than 25 years. In June members were asked to select their new membership category and to renew their membership at the new dues rate. So far it appears the Pi Chi Omega members were ready to step up to the plate to ensure the longevity of an organization that means so much to the pest management industry.
Four extraordinary students have been selected as recipients of a total of $9,000 in scholarships from Pi Chi Omega – the national fraternity for pest control professionals. This year marks 42 years of supporting undergraduate or graduate students pursuing degrees in urban and industrial pest management. Since 1976, Pi Chi Omega has distributed more than $199,000 to up-and-coming entomologists, chemists and related scientists.
Pi Chi Omega gratefully announces the generous contribution of $6,590 by Copesan Services, Inc. to the Dr. Austin Frishman Scholarship Fund on March 19, 2018, bringing this fund-raising effort to over $29,000 in total contributions. The contribution was presented to Pi Chi Omega at the NPMA Legislative Day.
Pi Chi Omega (PCO), the national fraternity for pest control professionals, awards $9,000 in scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students pursuing degrees in urban and industrial pest management. Currently, two of the four annual scholarships pay tribute to our early founders and industry leaders; the [...]
The Pi Chi Omega Board of Directors and Pi Chi Omega members met in June to have a strategic planning session. The meeting was generously hosted by J. T. Eaton in Twinsburg, Ohio. Rich Ennis, former CEO of Steritech Group Inc., served as the moderator [...]