PNC Student Achiever, Equity & Inclusion Luncheon, & BEYA Award (Feb. 2019)

On February 13, during the collegiate men's basketball game between Bradley University and Loyola University Chicago, Heather R. Hawkins, IL D 2019, was recognized as the #PNCStudentAchiever. The PNC Student Achievers program is designed to acknowledge deserving students who display well-rounded achievement and leadership in the classroom, in the community and in competition. Hawkins is... Continue Reading →

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TBP February Bulletin, Material Science Student Profile, & Retiring Pacific President

The February issue of The Bulletin is now available. The issue is full of opportunities for collegiate chapters and for alumni to participate in collegiate activities. Highlights include: the 6th annual Tau Beta Pi Day, District Conference schedule, and chapter anniversaries. Other items of interest are details on how to stay connected to TBP as... Continue Reading →

New TBP Executive Council, Maine Traffic Merger, & UCF MathCounts (Feb. 2019)

Beginning in January 2019, the Executive Council of Tau Beta Pi added three new members and has new leadership. The TBP president is now Wayne B. Paugh, LL.M., JD, (FL G '93), and the vice president is C. Craig Smith, P.E., (TN E '80). The three new Councillors are Rachel K. Alexander, CA U '15;... Continue Reading →

NAE Members 2019, Autodesk Design Slam Winner, & Syracuse EWeek (Feb. 2019)

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) President C.D. Mote Jr., Ph.D. (CA A '59), has announced the election of 86 new members and 18 foreign members into the NAE. Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. "Academy membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions... Continue Reading →

UH Bent Shining, Jobs, & Uconn President (February 2019)

Eligible students at the University of Houston recently participated in a Bent shining activity ahead of membership into Tau Beta Pi with the Texas Epsilon Chapter. See the image below, which was posted to the TX Epsilon Flickr account. Τ Five jobs of interest for February 2019: 1. Engineer II City of Largo in Tampa,... Continue Reading →

103 Years at CMU, Alumni Events, & Aqua Metals Independent Director (Jan. 2019)

The department of mechanical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), recently recognized Tau Beta Pi's presence on campus since 1916 with images on its Twitter page. See one of the images below. Τ Check out the upcoming alumni gatherings of Tau Beta Pi members for February and into March. You can find the calendar with... Continue Reading →

Cedarville’s Dr. Hegna, Cross Scholar & UCSD Ph.D. Panel (January 2019)

The Association would like to recognize the excellent work and commitment of retiring chief advisor Harwood "Hardy" Hegna, Ph.D., P.E. (MN A '69), at Cedarville University. Dr. Hegna has served for 19 years as the Ohio Nu Chief Advisor of Tau Beta Pi. He recently stepped down as a full-time faculty member at Cedarville and... Continue Reading →

Assist-ENT Device Profile, Berkeley Dean Q&A, & EE Faculty Opening (Jan. 2019)

ABC Inside Science profiled AssistENT and it's co-founder Clayton E. Andrews, MD A '17. The company is working on a stent breathing aid. The device was created by several undergraduate biomedical engineering Johns Hopkins University students. Click here to watch the video and read more about the device. Τ Tsu-Jae King Liu, Ph.D. (CA G... Continue Reading →

Youngstown State Members, University of Arizona Engineering Leadership Speaker, & YouTube Channel (Jan. 2019)

The Ohio Lambda Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at Youngstown State University (YSU), was profiled on the YSU website for welcoming 21 new members at the end of last semester. In the article, Thomas Carnes, OH L 2019, chapter president says: "Last school year, we had our largest initiation class in several years at YSU.... Continue Reading →

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