Tau Beta Pi Names Outstanding Advisor (Aug. 2019)

Knoxville, TN — Tau Beta Pi, The Engineering Honor Society, has named its 25th Outstanding Advisor. The award honors engineering faculty and practitioners who make important contributions to students and collegiate chapters. Kurt P. Rouser, USAF (ret), Ph.D., Ohio Eta ’11, is an assistant professor at Oklahoma State University. He is the 2019 Tau Beta... Continue Reading →

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Tau Beta Pi Names Four Laureates (August 2019)

Tau Beta Pi, The Engineering Honor Society, has named four Laureates in the Association’s annual program to recognize gifted engineering students who have excelled in areas beyond their technical majors The 2019 TBP Laureates are Casey Main, of Valparaiso University, cited for diverse achievements; Kendra K. Noneman, of Boise State University, cited for achievements in... Continue Reading →

Tau Beta Pi Names McDonald Mentor Honoree

Knoxville, TN — Tau Beta Pi, The Engineering Honor Society, has named its 14th McDonald Mentor. The award celebrates excellence in mentoring and advising among Tau Beta Pi educators and engineers who consistently support the personal and professional development of their students and colleagues. Martha C. Mitchell, Ph.D., Wisconsin Alpha ’89, is a professor in... Continue Reading →

Tau Bate Startup Purchased, GNAC Woman of the Year, & White House Speaker (August 2019)

Ford Motor Company has announced that it has purchased Quantum Signal, a company behind computer generated environments used by militaries to test unmanned remote and autonomous systems. Mitchell M. Rohde, Ph.D. (MI G '94), is CEO of Quantum and co-founded the Saline, Michigan, company in 1999. His degrees are in biomedical and electrical engineering from... Continue Reading →

IDA Summer Intern Profile, NAE President, & Gaming Director (July ’19)

The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) in Alexandria, VA. announced that Tau Bate Emily Cheng, VA E 2020, recently joined IDA as a summer associate. Her accomplishment was shared on Twitter. Cheng is a biomedical engineering major at Virginia Commonwealth University, VA Epsilon Chapter president, and a 2019 TBP Scholar. Τ The National Academies (NAE)... Continue Reading →

Flashback Image, Alumni Events, & VT BioMed Dept. Head (July 2019)

A flashback Monday image courtesy of Pierre Champagne, LA E '76, of a TBP District 10 pin. Champagne is an advisor to the Louisiana Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at University of New Orleans, and an active member of the Greater New Orleans Alumni Chapter. Τ Check out the upcoming alumni gatherings of Tau... Continue Reading →

Sac State Alumna Profile, Lee Iacocca, & NCAA Award Nominee (July 2019)

Leticia Valenzuela, CA U 2015, was recently profiled by California State University, Sacramento, as she is "performing the design calculations for Sacramento State's Hornet Commons (an eight-building student housing complex)." Valenzuela earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from Sac State. Click here to read the profile for more biographical details on Valenzuela.... Continue Reading →

UT at Dallas Dean, TBP Scholars, & Convention Registration (July 2019)

Stephanie G. Adams, Ph.D. (NE A '89), has been named the next dean of the School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Adams is a professor of engineering management and systems engineering and dean of the College of Engineering & Technology at Old Dominion University. Currently, she also... Continue Reading →

WPI Scholar-Athletes, Phi Kappa Phi Fellow, & Graduway Network (June 2019)

Jack Bauer, MA A 2019, led the way at the Worcester Polytechnic scholar-athlete awards banquet, winning The Merl Norcross Award, for "best senior male athlete over his career at WPI who exemplifies the high standards..." Bauer recently graduated with a degree in chemical engineering and finished his career as a seven-time CSCAA All-America in swimming.... Continue Reading →

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