UC Davis Grad, Young Alumnae Award, & Academic Jobs (June ’19)

A final graduation image, this one is from University of California, Davis, where Thinh Q. Le recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in mechanical & aerospace engineering. Le, CA L 2018, served as corresponding secretary and tutoring chair for the California Lambda Chapter. Best of luck to the class of 2019! Τ The Stoneleigh-Burnham School... Continue Reading →

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TBP Recruiting Fair, Father/Son Engineer Grads, & Lacrosse Student-Athlete Profile (June ’19)

Showcase your company at the Tau Beta Pi Convention Recruiting Fair on Friday, October 11, in Columbus, Ohio. Tau Bates are among the brightest and most talented engineers in the country. Meet with roughly 500 students and other members on hand, conduct interviews, and have access to 1,500+ resumes. Click here to see a list... Continue Reading →

Academic-Track Star, Jobs, & Educator of the Year Nominee (June 2019)

Lynne D. Mooradian, NY U 2020, has been selected for the Google Cloud Academic All-District® Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Div. I First Team. She is a junior majoring in mechanical engineering at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point). She was recently named Patriot League Women's outdoor track Scholar Athlete of the Year and in... Continue Reading →

BME Grad Profile, ULL Dean Position, Associate Dean UTK (May 2019)

Biomedical engineering graduate Blynn Shideler III, NY A 2019, has already signed a 12-month contract to work for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Rehabilitation Medicine Department Cerebral Palsy Clinic. He recently completed 3-2 dual enrollment degrees at Columbia University and Washington & Jefferson College (W&J). His research and work related to rehabilitation and therapy... Continue Reading →

TBP Convention Image, Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete, & Mechanical Engineering Intern (May 2019)

The 2019 Tau Beta Pi Convention will take place in Columbus, Ohio, beginning on October 10. It will be the Association's 114th Convention. See the Convention image below created by Krishna M. Sadasivam, TN A '95, an instructor and illustrator at the Art Institute of Tampa. Τ Paige M. Danielson, WA B 2019, has been... Continue Reading →

TBP Fellows 2019, AFIT Faculty Position, & ASEE Video Contest

Congratulations to the 37 Fellows that comprise the 86th class of Tau Beta Pi Fellowships. Thirty-five of this year's Fellows will receive a $10,000 stipend for the 2019-20 year of graduate study. Read the press release to see the full list of this year's Fellows. Short bios will be published in the Summer issue of... Continue Reading →

Auburn Volunteer Awardees, Sensors Data Speaker, & Plastics Engineering Position (May 2019)

The Auburn University College of Engineering recently recognized three students as its Student Volunteers of the Year, recognizing "outstanding students who assist with K-12 outreach initiatives." Two of the awardees are Tau Bates: Douglas R. Bethea, AL A 2019, chemical engineering major and AL A Chapter president Jude Abu Musallam, AL A 2020, civil engineering... Continue Reading →

UNCC Grad, Retiring Academic Leader, & Lead Test Engineer (May 2019)

Estevan E. Torres Jr., NC D 2019, is graduating with a degree in systems engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His concentration is in engineering management with a minor in mathematics. Below is an image (left) he posted to his Instagram. Congratulations Estevan! Τ The above image (right) is from Paul Schnitzler's,... Continue Reading →

UK Awards, GIS Software Engineer, & Princeton Fellowship (April 2019)

The University of Kentucky recently held its Tau Beta Pi Annual Engineering Awards Banquet. The local chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) highlighted two of its members (also Tau Bates) for winning awards: James Obute - (KY A 2020) received the Most Outstanding Chemical Engineering Junior award. Edward Ojini - (KY A... Continue Reading →

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