Alumni Mentors, NY U Initiation, & New Associates

The Michigan Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the University of Michigan, is looking for alumni of the University and chapter to participate in a mentoring program for current students. The initiative is called “TBP Student Success” and alumni are asked to complete this form, so that the chapter can “acquire the data necessary to begin building a database that will facilitate student and alumni communication regarding career success.”

Please contact Andrew J. Rapin, MI Z ’14, at “tbp-corporate AT umich DOT edu” with questions.


On Thursday, April 28, the New York Upsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at the United States Military Academy (NY) hosted its spring 2016 initiation. TBP District 2 Director Anthony M. Olenik, NY T ’08, was on hand and took a group photo of the new initiates along side current chapter officers. See the image below.



Fish & Richardson recently announced the addition of 38 associates across the firm’s 12 offices. Ashley A. Bolt, AL B ’12, joined the intellectual property litigation group in Atlanta, GA. Previously, she served as a legal extern at Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, worked with a company developing rugged computing systems for the Department of Defense, and received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Alabama.

Ryan M. Teel, SC B ’12, joined the the intellectual property litigation group in Washington, DC. He previously served as an intern for the Honorable Michelle C. Childs of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of South Carolina, and was a contributing editor of a La Review publication during his time at the University of Michigan Law School. Read the press release for the full list of new associates and complete bios of the two aforementioned Tau Bates.


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