Images of Tau Beta Pi, June 2015

Recent mechanical engineering graduate Michelle Easter, NJ A 2015, of Stevens Institute of Technology posted an image to her Instagram account from “a private tour at NASA Goddard with the Hubble EVA Managing Engineer himself, Mr. Russ L. Werneth, MD B ’64.” Werneth is a TBP District Director and has worked with the NJ Alpha Chapter at Stevens on recent K-12 activities. Easter was program coordinator of the K-12 project at Stevens and is now and engineering intern at Princeton University.



Executive Director of Tau Beta Pi, Curt Gomulinksi (MI E ’01), was in Seattle, WA, in conjunction with the 122nd annual American Society for Engineering Education’s (ASEE) conference. Before leaving, he took a quick trip to Seattle University (WA) and found the WA Gamma Chapter’s bent monument. See the picture below:

Curt with Bent monument


Tau Beta Pi Engineering Future’s Facilitator and former District Director Scott V. Eckersall, CA I ’96, is on a summer college tour with his daughter. He made a stop at the University of Maryland and took a picture with the MD Beta bent monument. Check out the sweet pic below.



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