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 →

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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 →

2018 TBP for Life Button, Job Opportunities, & U of A Event (Aug. 2018)

Submissions for a new "Tau Beta Pi for Life" button were received this summer. For the past three years, these buttons are passed out at Convention. This year's design is from Ming De Lin, NY G '01, and Joshua R. Feler, CA G '14, and is named "Layers of Engineering Disciplines." The goal od the... 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 →

NYU Changemakers, Sigma Alpha Lambda Volunteer Service Award, & Abu Dhabi Positions (Aug. 2018)

The inaugural class of NYU Alumni Changemakers has been selected by the NYU Alumni Association Board. The ten alumni were selected for their "accomplishments (to) help build better world." Two of the Changemakers are Tau Bates: Eleanor K. Baum, Ph.D. (NY H '59) - for diversifying engineering and opening STEM fields to women. Dr. Baum... Continue Reading →

TBP Laureates, Alfred Dean, & OSU Architectural Engineering Position (Aug. 2018)

Tau Beta Pi has announced the selection of two members as the Association's 2018 Laureates in the annual program to recognize engineering students who have excelled in areas beyond their technical majors. This year's Laureates are Amy C. Kurr, (IA A '18) for achievements in athletics and Krista L. Stribling, (IN D '18) for achievements... Continue Reading →

TBP McDonald Mentor, Super Antenna, & Plant Engineer Position (Aug. 2018)

James C. Hill, Ph.D., (CA G '62), has been selected as the 2018 Tau Beta Pi McDonald Mentor. Dr. Hill is Iowa State University Professor Emeritus. He has served as an Association District 11 Director since 1995 and as an advisor to the IA Alpha collegiate chapter for nearly 40 years. He will be recognized... Continue Reading →

TN Tech Provost, UD Dean, & Lead Process Engineer Opening (July 2018)

The first woman to hold the top academic position at Tennessee Tech University began as the new Provost in late April of this year. Lori Mann Bruce, Ph.D. (AL D '91), plans to highlight Tech's strengths in high technology and STEM-based disciplines while helping students understand the value of higher education. Dr. Bruce has previously... Continue Reading →

NASA Flight Directors, Alumni Events, & Angola City Engineer (July 2018)

Six men and women have been selected to join NASA's elite corps of flight directors who will lead mission control for a variety of new operations at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. Jose Marcos Flores, PR A '09, is one of the new flight directors. Flores earned his bachelor's degree in mechanical... Continue Reading →

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