Tau Beta Pi Day NYC Speaker, 19th Annual Pi Mile Run, & MI Weather Report (March 2018)

Join the Tau Beta Pi NYC Alumni Chapter for a Pi Day talk on the “3 Factors of Success” by speaker David G. Rush, IA A ’85, senior vice president – distribution & logistics at Tory Burch. The event will take place Thursday, March 15, at Tory Burch Corporate Headquarters. Attendees are requested to RSVP here.

Rush will talk about how engineering has shaped his career in the fashion industry, and continues to help him. His session is targeted for both alumni and collegiate members about the 3 factors of success (performance, image, & exposure). His B.S. in industrial engineering is from Iowa State University, he’s spent nearly 20 years in management consulting, and oversaw supply chain integration at Ralph Lauren.

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The Wisconsin Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is hosting its 19th annual Pi Mile Run on Saturday, April 14. Participants will enjoy pie and prizes will be given to top finishers of the 5K/10K run/ walk for charity.

WI Alpha Pi Mile run 2018

Last year’s event raised more than $4,000 for OccuPaws, a guide dog association, and the goal is to raise even more money in 2018. More details can be found on the Facebook event page, including advance ticket purchase.

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Paul Gross, MI G ’83, recently published a weather forecast for Metro Detroit. Gross is meteorologist and executive producer of weather for @Local4News WDIV-TV Detroit (MI). He included the following paragraph in his article:

“Wednesday is ‘Pi Day’ across the country (or ‘Tau Beta Pi Day’ for those of us who are members of the National Engineering Honor Society). You see, the date is 3/14, and the number, Pi, is an endless number that starts with 3.14. In fact, if you want to get really crazy about this, you can celebrate at 1:59 p.m., because it will be 3/14, 1:59…and the first five numbers in Pi are 3.14159. By the way, if you’re wondering how a meteorologist was inducted into the National Engineering Honor Society, at U of M the meteorology program is in the College of Engineering, and my grades were good enough to be selected!

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