Mary Ann Bradshaw, MO B 2014, was recently selected for the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Women’s Division II track and field/cross country third team. Click here for the All-America Division II women’s track and field/cross country first, second, and third teams.
Bradshaw is a recent graduate from Missouri University of Science & Technology with a degree in geological engineering; she was the recipient of the Gale Bullman Award after completing an outstanding career with school records in five events, was winner of the pentathlon at the GLVC’s indoor meet in 2013, and earned All-GLVC honors as the anchor of the Lady Miners’ 4×400-meter relay team that finished second at the GLVC Championships and also scored in two other events.
Calling on all Tau Bates in the United Kingdom (Britain). Tau Beta Pi alumni in the UK are aiming to establish the first international alumni chapter. The alumni chapter will initially focus on networking/social events, and may eventually expand to accommodate industry tours, speakers/lecturers, professional development, and various service activities. To establish the official chapter under the recognition and approval of HQ, we need to gather at least ten names of Tau Bates interested in becoming founding members of the official UK Alumni Chapter.
Amanda Chen, NY K ’14, and Arjun Dasgupta, AR A ’09, are working with Tricia Gomulinski (Director of Alumni Affairs) to gain support from TBP alumni to hopefully establish this chapter in the upcoming year. We are all excited by the prospect of expanding our alumni chapter network overseas. To join this chapter as a founding member, please follow this link and fill out the form. Thanks!
The national headquarters of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society in Bowling Green, KY, recently announced the 2014-2015 scholarship and award recipients. Dustin A. Arvola, IN E 2016, received the James E. Foy Scholarship. Arvola is majoring in mechanical engineering at Trine University where his advisor his Debra Van Rie, Ph.D., and he is treasurer of the Indiana Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi. Click here for a full list of the sixty-six Founders Fund Scholarship recipients for the 2014-2015 academic year.