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 →

USA Today Army Corps of Engineers, Softball Academic All-Americans, & Alumni Events (June ’19)

Check out the USA Today 2019 special edition U.S. Army Corps of Engineers publication online. Tau Beta Pi has a full-page color add on page 39. You can also request a physical copy of the magazine from Tau Beta Pi Headquarters. This year's edition is titled "Teamwork" and includes a story on the USACE response... Continue Reading →

Steel Bridge at SIUC, Polymer Prediction Research, & Salutatorian Profile (May 2019)

The 2019 American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Student Steel Bridge Competition National Finals will take place on May 31 at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC). The competition's theme is "Engineer Like An Egyptian" as SIUC has long been called "Little Egypt" and their mascot is a Saluki, which is one of the oldest Egyptian... 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 →

Tau Bate Siblings, May Bulletin Publication, & Missouri S&T Chancellor (2019)

Austin J. Garrabrant, TN G '16, recently graduated with his master's degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech University. His sister, Katie A. Garrabrant (TN Z '18), posted the image below after his graduation. Katie graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a degree in engineering, is a post-bachelor's researcher at ORNL, and... Continue Reading →

NM Tech Top Undergrad, Western Illinois Provost, & NYU Dual Bents (May 2019)

New Mexico Tech awarded Margaret L. House, NM G 2019, with the 2019 Brown Award as the top student. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering (image below). According to the announcement on Twitter, House has won many awards while at Tech including: a Macey Scholar; the 2019 Engineering Student of the Year;... 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 →

UT San Antonio Grad, UIUC Holonyak Lab, LTU Alumna Award

Congratulations to Luis Longoria Jr., TX M 2019, as he graduates with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He posted the image below to his Twitter account. According to his post, he is a proud father, husband, and facility engineer with the USAA. Τ The University of Illinois... 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 →

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