Here is a list of current job opportunities:
1. Test Engineer I at Gaming Laboratories International in Lakewood, New Jersey
2. RPS Project Lead with Cummins in Columbus, Indiana
3. Software Development Senior Engineer with Dell, Inc. in Santa Clara, California
4. Instructor, Computer Science & Engineering at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio
5. Civil Engineer III with Atkins in Orlando, Florida
6. Divisional Vice President Engineering with Aryzta in Romeoville, Illinois
7. Sr. System Software Engineer – RM with NVIDIA in Hyderabad, India
8. Sr. Software Engineer with EA Sports in Orlando, Florida
9. Sr. Development Chemist/ Technical Group Leader with PPG Industries in Strongsville, Ohio
Bill J. Emrich Jr. (GA A ’73), has been named 2015 Engineer of the Year by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He was honored for his work in a nuclear rocket engine simulator. “The Engineer of the Year award goes to an individual whose personal contribution leads to ‘a significant accomplishment or event.’ Emrich conceived, designed and now operates the Nuclear Thermal Rocket Element Environment Simulator (NTREES). The simulator lets researchers test characteristics of nuclear rocket fuel prototypes in a non-nuclear environment.”
Read the article for more information on Emrich who also teaches nuclear rocket propulsion at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
There are two exciting events to publicize in conjunction with Tau Beta Pi Day on March 14, 2015 (3.14.15). In Atlanta, Georgia, the TBP Atlanta Alumni Chapter is hosting a first annual luncheon at Brio Tuscan Grille. In addition to networking opportunities, there will be a featured speaker – Richard C. Kirby, LA G ’71, who will share his wisdom on career development and advancement. Kirby is currently an executive career coach, consultant, and chair of Vistage International. More details about this luncheon, including RSVP information, are available here.
In San Diego, California the California Psi Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at UC San Diego, has organized the second Pie Drop. For this event students will drop a pie from an unspecified location. Before the Pie Drop, the fourth annual Jacobs School of Engineering Pi-Run will take place. Proceeds from the event go to the San Diego Science Alliance, an organization that promotes science education in kindergarten through 12th-grade in San Diego. Click here to register for the run. Find more details on the Pie Drop, including a short video from 2014.