In the News, October 2012

The Daily Titan, the student newspaper at California State University, Fullerton, recently profiled senior civil engineering student Tyler M. Hainey, CA C 2013. Hainey excels in the classroom with a 3.82 GPA, was named an Academic All-American hockey player in Division II, and is a founding father of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

In addition he is a former vice president of the California Chi chapter of Tau Beta Pi. Click here to read the article and learn how Tyler Hainey excels in balancing his numerous activities

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The 2012 Tau Beta Pi Convention has concluded. This year’s wonderful event was hosted by the Kentucky Alpha chapter of Tau Beta Pi. Students, advisors, alumni, and national officials came together to conduct the Association’s annual business meetings.

The Convention summary and business minutes will be available soon on the Tau Beta Pi website. Congratulations to this year’s most outstanding TBP chapter, Florida Alpha at the University of Florida. More details and pictures will be posted

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Juan Ortiz is chief engineer for the Precision Strike Weapons Program Office at NAVAIR. He is an engineering graduate of the University of Puerto Rico. He claims “one of his greatest accomplishments is mentoring and shaping upcoming engineers by teaching them how to find solutions to different systems and technical challenges, while helping them navigate their way through career progression.”

Ortiz’s efforts to build the next generation of Hispanic and American engineers is highlighted by The Baynet (MD) news. Read the full article

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