About Us

Sorority History

Alpha Omega Epsilon was founded by 27 female engineering students on November 13, 1983 in Marquette University. The first Alpha Chapter candidate class was initiated in the Fall of 1984.

 

The following ladies are the founding members of Alpha Omega Epsilon:

Margaret Denzin (EECS)

Marie Ferris (BE)

Brenda Kay Herold (EECS)

Deborah Hoffman (ME)

Kimberly Hubbard (EECS)

Maureen Kerrigan (CE)

Susanne Koth (EE)

Linda Kresmer (EE)

Lou Ann Lathrop (EE)

Catherine Lewis (BE)

Chris Ludwig (EE)

Lisa MacIsaac (BE)

Ann Mahnke (BE)

Kathy Rectenwald (EE)

Eileen Robarge (EE)

Felice M. Roberts (EE)

Patricia Rogers (EE)

Victoria Schlicht (EE)

Kristin Schneider (EE)

Lori Ann Sienicki (EE)

Mary Ruth Szews (EE)

Tu Quynh Tran (EE)

Sheri Weber (EE)

Teresa Williamson (EE)

Susan Wimmer (EE)

Carmen Valazco (ME)

Lily Ying (EE)

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Chapter History

The Mu Chapter in Northern Illinois University was founded on March 28, 2004 with 10 founding members.