Dean of Business Admin, February Bulletin, & Cal State Fullerton Dean Opening (2018)

Silvanous J. Udoka, Ph.D. (OK G '89), has been selected as the dean of Clark Atlanta University's School of Business Administration, effective June 1. Currently, Dr. Udoka serves as professor and chair of the department of management and holds a joint appointment in the department of industrial and systems engineering at North Carolina A&T University.... Continue Reading →

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invisaWear, STEM Festival Booth, & UAA Opening (February 2018)

Ray Hamilton, MA Q '16, is the CTO and co-founder of invisaWear, which produces smart and stylish wearable jewelry that alerts loved ones during an emergency. Using this link, Tau Beta Pi members have access to an exclusive discount during the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Τ The 2018 USA Science & Engineering Festival will take place... Continue Reading →

Jobs, Alumni Affairs News, & the Mathematics of Traffic (February 2018)

Here is a list of current job opportunities: 1. Chair, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ) 2. Engineering Associate - Water/Wastewater with McGill Associates in Knoxville, Tennessee 3. VP of Engineering at Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Inc in Johnson City, Texas 4. Analytics Engineer with Vibes in Chicago, Illinois 5.... Continue Reading →

UC Irvine Development Day, Jobs in Academia, & EF Session (January 2018)

The California Tau Chapter, at University of California, Irvine, is hosting a professional development day with a picnic on Saturday, January 27, beginning at 12:30pm. It will be an afternoon of lightning talks and professional development sessions culminating in a picnic with pizza and games. All Tau Beta Pi members and candidates, including both current... Continue Reading →

Mulally Scholar, SDSU Dean Search, & Grad Image (January 2018)

Erica L. Magnuson, MI I 2018, has received an Alan Mulally Leadership in Engineering Scholarship. The award program is part of Ford Motor Company's global initiative to honor the outstanding service of former CEP Alan Mulally, KS A '68. Magnuson is an industrial and systems engineering major at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Click here to... Continue Reading →

UTEP Space Initiatives, Instagram, & Field Service Imaging Engineer Level 3

KRWG is a tv and radio station in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The news department recently published a video segment on research work being done at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) to make future space travel safer. Using pieces of debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia, which broke apart on re-entry in... Continue Reading →

FE/PE Exams and PPI, Jobs, & Automation in the Workforce (January 2018)

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is a computer-based exam that is administered year-round in testing windows at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers. The exam is designed for recent graduates and students who are close to finishing an engineering degree. The FE is typically the first step in the process leading to the P.E. license... Continue Reading →

UF Grad Images, NJIT Big Data Director Position, & AmazonSmile (Dec. 2017)

On December 16, the University of Florida hosted its fall commencement ceremonies. Several members of the Florida Alpha Chapter graduated. See the image below posted to the FL Alpha Chapter's Facebook page. More photos from the event can be found on the page as well. Τ The New Jersey Institute of Technology is accepting applications,... Continue Reading →

VT Corps Scholarship, WEPAN Executive Director Opening, & LA Tech Cybersecurity Grant

Bill H. May (VA B '64) graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering. He was a member of the VT Corps of Cadets and today is helping another Corps member get ahead through the William H. May '64 and Barbara J. May Endowed Scholarship. The recipient of the scholarship is Cadet Karl... Continue Reading →

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