TBP Recruiting Website, GA Tech Awards, & ASEE Board Elections

Tau Beta Pi has a new “Recruiting” website. It was created to provide information specifically for non-members interested in learning more about TBP, while also updating our online image with a clean, modern look that is also mobile friendly.

You will now arrive at this home page when you attempt to access www.tbp.org, You can then reach our “previous” website by clicking on the “Members Site” button on the new home page. If you wish to go directly to the Members Site, access it here. Please take some time to scroll through the new site and provide some feedback. We hope you like it!

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See the list of students recognized at the annual Student Honors Celebration at Georgia Tech. A few are highlighted below:

Matthew Hunter – (GA A 2019) Mechanical Engineering Outstanding Scholar Award

Emily Kamiensk – (GA A 2019) Mechanical Engineering School Chair’s Award

Hannah Kriscovich – Davidson Family Tau Beta Pi Senior Engineering Cup

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The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has announced the results of their board elections. ASEE membership elects the eight officers to its Board of Directors; they will begin their terms at the annual conference in June in Tampa 2019. See a summary of positions below, including Tau Bates:

Sheryl Sorby, University of Cincinnati, was elected President-Elect, a term she will hold for one year before assuming the presidency in 2020.

Doug Tougaw, Ph.D., P.E. – (IN B ’91) professor and dept. chair at Valparaiso University, was elected Vice President, Finance.

Agnieszka Miguel, Ph.D. – (FL E ’94) associate professor and chair Seattle University, was elected Vice President, External Affairs.

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