Technically Funny, LA Tech Scholars, & NAT Awards (Sept. 2018)

The Association is proud to have the #1 Corporate Comedian named by the CBS Business Network performing at our 2018 Convention in Denver, CO. Don McMillan, PA A '81, of Technically Funny is an engineer/comedian with personalized material that truly entertains. Visit his new website for more details and to see this awesome picture from... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Ohio Northern University Chapter, Cyber Systems Opening, & Marconi Young Scholars (Sept. 2018)

The Ohio Iota Chapter, at Ohio Northern University, recently held a meeting and invited its soon to be members to join them. The fall initiation is scheduled for early November. Visit the chapter's Facebook page for more images from the event, like the one below. Τ The University of Nebraska at Kearney has a newly... Continue Reading →

Tau Beta Pi Chapter Events at Purdue, Stony Brook, & USF (Sept. 2018)

The Indiana Alpha Chapter at Purdue University profiled vice president Steven J. Armbruster, IN A 2020, along with details on upcoming events on their Instagram page. Armbruster is a chemical engineering major and his sister Marie E. Armbruster, TN B 2018, is a recent chemical engineering graduate from Vanderbilt University. Purdue upcoming events, include: Boiler... Continue Reading →

UMass Lowell Bent, White House OSTP, & U of Miami Asst. Professor (Sept. 2018)

The Massachusetts Theta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, posted the image below of the Bent monument on their campus to the chapter's Instagram page. Τ On September 5, the Senate Committee on commerce, science, and transportation voted unanimously to approve Kelvin K. Droegemeier, Ph.D. (OK A '80), as... Continue Reading →

Professional Engineer Profile, UAH Chapter Fundraiser, & Industrial Engineer Opening (Sept. 2018)

The Mann Report, a monthly business-to-business magazine, recently profiled Lawrence S. Nagielski, P.E. (IN E '81), Meyer Consulting Engineers Corporation president and managing partner. Nagielski joined Meyer in 1985 as a junior staff structural engineer and has rose through the ranks. He earned his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Tri-State (Trine) University. Click here... Continue Reading →

Pioneer Alumni Chapter Activities, Phil Kaufman Award, & ISA Executive Director (Aug. 2018)

On Thursday, August 23, the Pioneer Alumni Chapter of Tau Beta Pi hosted a back-to-school ice cream social on the campus of Oklahoma State University for students members. See the images below submitted by Kurt P. Rouser, Ph.D. (OH H '11), chief advisor to the Oklahoma Gamma Chapter at OSU and president of the Pioneer... Continue Reading →

An Engineer Cadet’s Journey, UW-Madison Pledge, & ODU Officers (Aug. 2018)

Recent electrical and computer engineering graduate Connor M. Fuhrman, SC G 2018, was recently profiled by his alma mater The Citadel. Read the article and watch the video on Fuhrman's journey. He is now a Ph.D. student at the University of Arizona in the electrical and computer engineering department with a focus on mechatronics and... Continue Reading →

TBP/ SAE Scholarships, Jobs, & UI Innovation Center Director (Aug. 2018)

Each year six incoming college freshman are awarded a Tau Beta Pi/ SAE Engineering Scholarship of $1,000 to pursue an engineering or related science degree through an ABET accredited program. The recipients for 2018-19 are: - Isabella Bowland, Fairview HS, Boulder, CO - engineering at Georgia Tech - Yuanqi Cai - Scott Hadley - Bhagirath... Continue Reading →

Certificate Frame, Walston Chubb Award, & TEC Services Scholar (Aug. 2018)

The Association is now offering official membership certificate frames, provided by Churchill Classics. The frames feature the Association's name and Bent in a gold emboss, on a high-quality wood molding. Each frame includes easy instructions to hang your frame to professional standards. Produced in the USA, your frame will include a certificate tailored to you... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: