Secret Site Map
Thursday, July 02, 2015

Home News Pi Chi Omega to Award $2,000 Student Scholarships

Pi Chi Omega to Award $2,000 Student Scholarships

Pi Chi Omega, the international fraternity for pest management professionals, awards several scholarships each year to promising students majoring in urban or industrial pest management or closely related areas.

| February 1, 2010

Pi Chi Omega, the international fraternity for pest management professionals, awards several scholarships each year to promising students majoring in urban or industrial pest management or closely related areas. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.

Three or four awards of $2,000 have been authorized for the 2010/11 academic year.
Descriptive materials and application forms are can downloaded from Pi Chi Omega’s Web site,
www.pichiomega.org.

Over the years, Pi Chi Omega has awarded in excess of $100,000 in scholarships to students from over 30 Educational Institutions from the USA and Canada.

The applications are due by April 15, 2010. (Letters of recommendation and transcripts may follow by several days.

Top news

Plague Confirmed in Colorado Teen’s Death

The Larimer County (Colo.) Health Department confirmed that a teen died from the plague earlier this month.

Massey Services Acquires EcoShield Pest Control

Orlando, Fla.-based Massey Services has acquired EcoShield Pest Control of Atlanta and EcoShield of Austin, Texas.

Video: Terminix's 'Mosquitonado' Ad

In advance of the July 22 release of “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” Terminix has released a trailer for an equally over-the-top parody, “Mosquitonado,” based on the world’s actual deadliest animal: mosquitoes.

Bed Bugs Discovered in UN Building

Staff at the United Nations' New York headquarters got a message informing them of the presence of bed bugs.

World's Largest Eradication to Save Birds Complete

The South Georgia Heritage Trust has concluded the baiting phase of its multi-year project to remove invasive rodents which have destroyed most of the native birds on one of the world’s most important seabird sanctuaries.

x