Four members of the Florida Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the University of South Florida, together with two members of the Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter of Tau Beta Pi recently volunteered at the Wold Robot Olympiad competition held in Clearwater (FL). The volunteers served as judges, event photographer, and scorekeepers.
The image below left is Daniel Corral, FL G 2016, president of FL gamma, chemical engineering major, and event photographer. The image below right includes Mr. Mustache, the Winning Elementary Competition Team, preparing to launch their robot as Judge Bill Collins, FL G ’75, looks on.
Chief Advisor Bill Goodon, Ph.D. (CA E ’75), of the CA Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi worked together with the leadership from the Dean’s Office at UCLA to install a plaque on the bent monument on campus. The proud chapter was installed in 1952 (63 years ago) and now those that pass by the bent will be able to quickly learn the key information about the monument.
Earlier this month, student members from the Florida Iota collegiate chapter of Tau Beta Pi took turns volunteering at the activities fair for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (FL). Below is an image of one of the student members at the booth. More images are available on the chapter’s Facebook page.