After Pi(e), WV Tech Hall of Fame, & Clemson Engineering Expo (March 2019)

The sixth annual Tau Beta Pi Day was a huge success thanks to our awesome Tau Bates! There was local news coverage at several events. Some great videos and images as well. A compilation will be published later this month on the TBP website. For now enjoy these images and videos and a big THANK YOU for promoting your Engineering Honor Society:

See a time lapse video of the Iowa Alpha Chapter at Iowa State University handing out 314 pieces of pie in less than 9 minutes. See the local news coverage video below from TBPi Day event at the University of Toledo (Oklahoma Beta Chapter).

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Darrell J. Volney, P.E. (WV B ’91) has been inducted into the West Virginia University Institute of Technology Athletic Hall of Fame. He graduated from WV Tech with a degree in civil engineering and was a member of the baseball team. His accomplishments include being voted the NAIA District 28 Player of the Year, West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Hitter of the Year, and receiving 1990 All-West Virginia Conference team honors.

Volney is vice president of engineering design for Messick & Associates. Click here to read the article from MyEasternShoreMD.

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In February, Clemson University hosted 138 second-grade students for an Engineering Expo. Activities such as paper airplanes and shot straws were aimed at introducing the youngsters to the STEM fields.

The successful event was a joint effort of 12 organizations on campus, and according to the news article the South Carolina Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi was key to “making this event happen.”

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