Kappa Alpha Omicron

Kappa Alpha Omicron is the Student Chapters and Honors Society for the Interdisciplinary Environmental Association. The society's  purpose can be found within the Greek letters that make up its name: Kosmos (universe) Anthropos (humanity) and Oikos (household). We believe these three perspectives can be used to approach our biggest environmental challenges. KAO is designed to offer college and university students and faculty academic support and a web of networks across the globe in the growing field of interdisciplinary environmental sciences. A chapter will receive reduced conference registration costs for students and advisor, cords of accreditation upon graduating, access to the Interdisciplinary Environmental Review (IER) and publication opportunity for undergrad and graduate research. 

2019 KAO Induction Ceremony at Doane University. 

Dr. Leslie Sherman, Iota mentor at Washington College

2019 Zeta Induction Ceremony at Southern  Maine University

The first KAO Chapters were initiated in 2014 at the IICE and the 20th anniversary of the IEA. The Alpha chapter of KAO is assigned to Assumption College, the home college of the IEA founder.

 KAO Chapters Include:

  • Beta: Bethune-Cookman University 

  • Delta: Marietta College

  • Eta: Methodist University

  • Iota: Washington College

  • Kappa: Doane University

  • Lamda: Elon University

  • Lamda: State University of New York- Potsdam

  • Mu: Birmingham Southern College

  • Nu: Manhattan College

  • Omega: Carthage College

  • Theta: Dillard University

  • Zeta: University of Southern Maine

Inductees at Washington College

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