The KDP emblem, the scroll, the stylus, and the beehive. The characters, K, D, P, represent KDP’s motto, “Knowledge, Duty, Power.”

Omicron Zeta Chapter

Kappa Delta Pi
International Honor Society in Education
University of South Alabama
Mobile, Alabama

The KDP emblem, the scroll, the stylus, and the beehive. The characters, K, D, P, represent KDP’s motto, “Knowledge, Duty, Power.”

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Kappa Delta Pi was founded March 8, 1911, at the University of Illinois. The Omicron Zeta Chapter was installed at the University of South Alabama on December 2, 1980.

The Society promotes education as a vital force that encourages universal welfare, individual progress, and serves as the cornerstone of democracy and the foundation for personal fulfillment. In addition, the following Ideals are presented:

  • Fidelity to Humanity - faith in the potential of human beings and in the improvment of the human condition through education

  • Science - as an educator, one will be faithful to the cause of free inquiry and will strive to eliminate prejudice and superstition by withholding judgment until accurate and adequate evidence is obtained

  • Service - striving to advance self, society, and humanity through education

  • Toil - working to accomplish tasks with faith and zeal to promote the cause of education


Current Omicron Zeta Chapter Officers

Stephen Watts

Stephen Watts, Jr. - Chapter President

Anna Wambolt - Chapter Vice-President

Anna Wambolt
Jessica Byrd

Jessica Byrd - Secretary

Hans Gray - Historian

Comments and suggestions concerning this web site should be directed to Hans Gray.

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Hans Gray
Gary Reyes

Gary Reyes - Foundation Representative

Terri Kadel - Chapter Treasurer

Dr. Peggy Delmas

Dr. Peggy Delmas - Chapter Counselor
Telephone 251-380-2889

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