On Campus Recognitions, June 2015

Three Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I women’s at-large teams. Click here for the All-America Division I first, second, and third women’s at-large teams.

Shelby L. Amsley-BenzieND B 2016, a junior chemical engineering major at the University of North Dakota (UND) and first team All-American; she was named the WCHA’s Outstanding Student-Athlete as the goaltender for the women’s hockey team, was named UND’s Female Scholar Athlete of the Year, led the nation with a .952 save percentage, and received All-America accolades from USCHO and College Hockey news.

Ashley A. ArmstrongIN G 2015, a recent mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Notre Dame and second team All-American; she is only the 11th three-time Academic All-American in school history, is the first Fighting Irish women’s golf member to be named an Academic All-American, was two-time captain of the women’s golf team, received an ACC Postgraduate Scholarship and Notre Dame’s Byron B. Kanaley Award, and served this past academic year as treasurer of the IN Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi.

Kimberly T. DinhWI A 2015, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in chemical & biological engineering and first team All-American; she was a four-year starter for the women’s golf team, she finished her career ranked fourth all-time in scoring per round, is a four-time Academic All-Big Ten Honoree and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, is a Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarship recipient, is a current advisor to the WI Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, and will pursue her graduate studies in chemical engineering at MIT.


The Cooper Union School of Engineering recently profiled four soon-to-be graduates of the Albert Nerken School of Engineering. In the article, the students discuss where they came from, what they worked on in their final year, and where they are headed next. Osaze Udeagbala, NY I 2015, was one of the four profiled students. He is an engineering science graduate, will attend NYU School of Medicine, and plans to use his bio-chemical experience as a doctor in the future.


Two Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I men’s at-large teams. Click here for the All-America Division I first, second, and third men’s at-large teams.

Evan A. BaderOH X 2017, a junior double majoring in chemical engineering and chemistry at the Miami University (OH) and third team All-American; he is the first Academic All-American swimmer in school history as a breaststroke and individual medley specialist, he propelled Miami to first-place finishes in the 400 medley relay twice and notched a pair of top two finishes in the 100 breaststroke, and is a two-time Academic All-MAC selection and has twice been named the MAC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week .

David M. ZoltowskiMI A 2015, a recent graduate from Michigan State University (MSU) with a degree in electrical engineering and second team All-American; he was a four-year letterwinner on the swimming and diving team and a two-time team captain, was named the recipient of the President’s Award, the most prestigious academic award in the MSU Athletic Dept., and became just the 17th MSU student to be awarded the Churchill Scholarship.


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