More Honors for Tau Bates and Success in Space

Read the TBP Blog for news on:Texas A&M Professor Earns AwardCCNY Student Honored by PalantirSpaceX Returns from ISS Texas A&M Professor Earns Award Bonnie J. Dunbar, Ph.D., TX Epsilon '83, former astronaut, TEES Eminent Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, John P. McGovern Science and Society Award, for “leadership and contributions in aerospace engineering;... Continue Reading →

News Regarding Fall Term, Convention, & Scholars

What Will The Fall Term Look Like? There are so many questions about what the fall term will look like for academia in the United States: Are colleges going online for fall 2020? Will classes resume fall 2020? How long will the fall semester last? The information below is gathered from several resources and represents... Continue Reading →

Tau Bates’ Success Across the Country and Into Space

Read the TBP Blog for news on:Top 2020 GraduatesSpaceX SuccessOffice Remodel Tau Bates Earn Top Student Honors Shelley M. Edwards, TN Gamma '20, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Derryberry Award, the highest student honor from Tennessee Tech University. Edwards recently earned a degree in chemical engineering with a concentration in biomolecular engineering.... Continue Reading →

Tau Beta Pi 2020 Fellows Named

Read this blog for news on:Tau Beta Pi 2020 FellowsWe Need Your Grad Pics!Alumni Events Move Online & Pi Bites: Video The Fellowship Board has announced the selection of 30 engineering students from 408 applicants for graduate fellowships in 2020-21. All of this year’s recipients will receive cash stipends of $10,000 for advanced study. More... Continue Reading →

Making History at Princeton – Graduation Stories – COVID-19 Recovery Story

After 274 Years, Princeton University Will Have Its First Black Valedictorian Princeton University has named its first black valedictorian in the school's 274-year history. Nicholas André G. Johnson, NJ Delta '20, a Canadian student majoring in operations research and financial engineering and a Tau Beta Pi Fellow, has graduated at the top of the Princeton... Continue Reading →

HQ To Reopen; Video of Tips for Remote Work; Job Board

HQ To Reopen: Phased Reopening Plan Begins May 11 Tau Beta Pi headquarters is scheduled for a phased reopening beginning May 11. Since March 24, TBP staff has worked remotely in answer to state and local government guidelines. However, with the state of Tennessee guidelines ending on April 28, a new plan for phased reopening... Continue Reading →

Volunteer Month Finale — Pi Bites: Member Videos — School’s Out

Tau Beta Pi could not achieve its mission without the dedication of our volunteers. It is the commitment of the 1,000+ volunteers that makes the Association a vibrant reality. Throughout the month and during Volunteer Week of April 19-25, TBP highlighted some of the leaders in the Association for their efforts. Scroll through the pictures... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Video Requests, National Volunteer Week Special Posts on Social Media

Share with us a slice of your COVID-19 journey with a "Pi Bite" During the COVID-19 Pandemic many of us are finding new and inventive ways to work, stay in touch, and to contribute to our community. Watch the video and learn how you can send us your positive short videos and pictures on COVID-19... Continue Reading →

Saying Thanks To Our Volunteers, CPAP Machines to Ventilators, & Outstanding Students

April is National Volunteer Month More than 1,000 volunteers support Tau Beta Pi throughout the year with educational programs, leadership, governance, alumni outreach, mentoring, advising, and through contributions of their personal time and financial support. Follow Tau Beta Pi on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn as we say thank you to our Volunteers during April,... Continue Reading →

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