AAAS Fellows, Top Aerospace Student, & CO Alpha Initiation

In October 2016, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) elected 391 Fellows who will be recognized, receive an official certificate, and fellowship rosette pin (the emblem of Fellowship). For the full list of Fellows, click here

Here are just a few Tau Bate 2016 AAAS Fellows from the section on engineering: David Darwin, Ph.D., P.E. (NY D ’67) – distinguished professor & chair University of Kansas; Philippe M. Fauchet, Ph.D. (TN B ’78) – dean, school of engineering Vanderbilt University; Ali M. Khounsary, Ph.D. (FL A ’96) – adjunct professor Illinois Institute of Technology; and Matthew W. Ohland, Ph.D. (FL A ’96) – professor of engineering Purdue University (IN).


Jenni I. Domanowski, ID G 2017, has been recognized by Aviation Week and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) as one of the “Top 20” aerospace-bound engineering students. She will receive her award during Aviation Week’s 60th annual Laureates Awards on March 2 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

Domanowski is a senior majoring in materials science and engineering at Boise State University (BSU) where she has served as both corresponding secretary and president of the Idaho Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi. She was also selected as a 2015 TBP Scholar. Read the article for more information on the recognition and Domanowski, who was nominated by Amy J. Moll, Ph.D. (IL A ’87), dean of the College of Engineering at BSU.


On December 2, 2016, the Colorado Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the Colorado School of Mines, hosted its fall initiation. A picture of the 40 new Tau Bates with the chapter’s bent monument is below. See more images from the CO Alpha Chapter on their Facebook page.

CO Alpha TBP


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