NSF Internship, SHPE Event Attendee Profile, & TBPi Day Highlights & Reminder (March 2018)

Astrapi-Corp is looking for a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering with a research concentration in Digital Signal Processing, or related topics, to make major contributions to a new form of signal modulation.

The internship is NSF-funded and applicants must have legal status to work in the U.S. Contact Tanay M. Bhatt, Ph.D., P.E. (TX H ’05), an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, if interested.

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Francisco J. Menchaca, TX N 2019, was highlighted by the Texas Nu Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), for spending his spring break at the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Region 5 Leadership Development Conference in McAllen, TX.

Francisco Menchaca

The image above was posted to the TX Nu’s Instagram page with this text: “Dedication is one of the qualities that leads to success! Keep up the good work.” Menchaca is majoring in mechanical engineering at UTRGV.

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Several alumni and collegiate chapters of Tau Beta Pi held their annual Tau Beta Pi Day events this past weekend. The Association encourages you to celebrate this week, specifically Wednesday, March 14, and all month. This will help promote the image of Tau Beta Pi.

Indianapolis Alumni Chapter (IN) celebrated with this cookie cake.

The current list of known activities for the 5th annual Tau Beta Pi Day now exceeds 50. Remember to post your images and video with #TauBetaPiDay. Enjoy! Click here for a group image from the Research Triangle Alumni Chapter in North Carolina.

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