Outstanding Young Alumna, New Faces, & IIE Scholar (April 2016)

The University of Florida (UF) has announced that the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumni award recipient is Jenn L. Gustetic, FL A '05, the assistant director for open innovation at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. In her role, Gustetic "organizes prizes and competitions to inspire innovation and collaboration within the scientific community."... Continue Reading →

Chapter Events: UC San Diego, UW-Madison, & Vanderbilt Univ.

On March 31, the University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering hosted ECE Day to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the electrical and computer engineering department. Christopher R. Ellis, CA Y 2017, co-led the ECE Day planning committee, which included other members of the CA Psi Chapter of Tau Beta Pi. Irwin M.... Continue Reading →

Recognition of Service, Public Works Director, & Major Gift

This week, the University of Central Florida (UCF) recognized faculty and staff members for their milestone years of service to UCF during the Founders' Day ceremony. Several of those receiving recognition are Tau Beta Pi members, including: (Click here for the full list.) C. David Cooper, Ph.D., P.E. - (SC A '69) granted emeritus status,... Continue Reading →

Jobs, Mechanical Engineer Hire, & NSBE Grant

Here is a list of current job opportunities: 1. Patent Prosecution Technical Specialist with Harness Dickey & Pierce in Reston, Virginia 2. IoT Security Staff Engineer at GE Digital in San Ramon, California 3. Associate Architect/Architectural Engineer with Wiss, Janney, Elstern Associates, Inc. in San Antonio, Texas 4. GRC Sales Engineer Nordics with EMC in... Continue Reading →

Student Profile, Goldwater Scholars, & Spring Initiation (April 2016)

The University of Mississippi recently profiled James M. Robinson II, MS B 2016, a senior general engineering major. According to the news story, Robinson decided to pursue engineering because of his love for mathematics and science. He has been involved in a research initiative "Heads in the Game." The interdisciplinary STEM education program works with... Continue Reading →

Honor Society Partnership Awards & Events (April 2016)

The Indiana Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at Purdue University, is co-hosting a tour "representing all engineering disciplines" for students from Happy Hollow Elementary School. The tours will take place on Thursday, April 7. Approximately 200 sixth grade students in nine groups will participate in the tours aimed at "exciting students about STEM majors... Continue Reading →

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