Two Tau Bates, one elected, and one eligible for membership, were recently selected for the 2017 CoSIDA Division III Academic All-America® Men’s Soccer teams. Click here for the All-America Division III first, second, and third men’s teams.
John McCambridge – PA G 2019, a mechanical engineering major at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and first team All-American; he is an outside fullback on the soccer team. McCambridge is a member of the CMU Hyperloop team, a three-year starter on the soccer team, and will intern at Apple this summer in battery product development.
Steven E. Collins – NY G 2016, is a dual chemical engineering quantitative finance major of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and third team All-American; he is a midfielder on the soccer team. Collins was a first team Academic All-American in 2016, is a two-time captain of the soccer team, and three-time Liberty League All-Academic selection.
Nikolas M. Angyal – elected to join NY K 2019, is a junior chemical engineering major at the University of Rochester and second team All-American; he is a defender on the soccer team. Angyal was an intern with the NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, volunteers at the Rochester International Academy, and helped lead the soccer team to the Elite 8 of the NCAA Division III playoffs.
Ryan Stuntz – eligible to join MA B 2018, is a computer science senior at MIT and second team All-American; he is a defender on the soccer team. Stuntz is a three-time Academic All-American, interned as a software engineer at Google, and is a team captain for the soccer team that posted six shutouts this season.
Tau Beta Pi has added recipients of the Association for Computing Machinery A.M. Turing Award to the website on our Distinguished Members section. To date, 13 Tau Bates have been recognized with the award that is often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of computing.”
View the page for names, dates, and descriptions of each award, including the most recent (2015) by Martin E. Hellman, Ph.D. (NY E ’66), “for inventing and promulgating both asymmetric public-key cryptography, including its application to digital signatures, and a practical cryptographic key-exchange method.”
Two Tau Bates, one elected, and one eligible for membership, were recently selected for the 2017 CoSIDA Division III Academic All-America® Women’s Soccer teams. Click here for the All-America Division III first, second, and third women’s teams.
Jordan Oberlander – PA M 2018, a senior mechanical engineering major from Penn State Behrend College and second team All-American; she is a forward on the soccer team. Oberlander was the Eastern College Athletic Conference and Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Player of the Year, was in the top 3 in NCAA Div. III stats for goals and assists this season, and finished her career with 30 goals.
Elle Zadina – OH A 2018, is at Case Western Reserve University majoring in computer science and second team All-American; she is a midfielder on the soccer team. Zadina scored eight goals this season including two game winners, is a two-time UAA All-Academic honoree, and carries a 4.0 cumulative GPA.
Toni Abate – elected to join MD A 2019, is a chemical & biomolecular engineering major at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and third team All-American; she is a defender on the soccer team. Abate interned at Audax Private Equity, had three assists on the season to help lead the team to the Elite 8, and is part of the JHU Carrer Center Student Advisory Board.
Lily Mueller – eligible to join MA B 2018, is a mechanical engineering major at MIT and first team All-American; she is a goalie for the soccer team. Mueller set the single season records for most wins in as season (19) by a MIT goalie, she is a Women in Science and Engineers mentor, and was an intern at Interger-Greatbatch Medical.