Rhodes Scholar, Academic All-American, & Marshall Scholar

The 2016 Rhodes Scholars have been announced. There are 32 American winners this year. One of the Scholars is a Tau Beta Pi member: (click here for full list)

Logan C. Jackson, MA E 2016, is a civil engineering senior at Northeastern University (MA). She is Northeastern’s first Rhodes Scholar and will do the M.Sc. in evidence-based social intervention and policy, and the M.Sc. in Education at Oxford. Read short bios of the 2016 Rhodes Scholars for more information on Jackson who was also president of the local chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers and a violist in her university’s symphony orchestra.


One Tau Bate was recently selected for the 2015-16 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I men’s soccer teams. Click here for the All-America Division I first, second, and third men’s soccer teams.

Stefan D. ClevelandNH B 2016, an engineering senior at Dartmouth College and second team All-American. He is a goalkeeper and team captain on the men’s soccer team, 2014 First Team All-Ivy, received the Rensselaer Medal Award, and led his team into the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament.


The University of Alabama at Birmingham is reporting that recent graduate Ophelia L. Johnson, AL G 2015, has been selected as a Marshall Scholarship recipient. According to the news announcement, British Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford says the Marshall Scholarship is the British Government’s most prestigious award for young Americans.

Through this scholarship, Johnson will spend a year studying medical device design and entrepreneurship at Imperial College London. She will begin her studies in October of next year.


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