Basketball Academic All-American, Miami Dade HOF, & More Pi Day Media (March 2018)

Nicole L. Buckingham, MI H 2019, was named to the 2017-18 CoSIDA Academic All-America College Division Basketball second team.

Buckingham is studying biomedical engineering at Lawrence Technological University. She is a two-time WHAC First Team-All Conference selection and averaged 17.3 points/game as a small forward on the women’s basketball team this season.

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Miami Dade College will honor a class of 14 new inductees into its Hall of Fame at a ceremony on April 3. Alumni Hall of Fame inductees are recognized each year for their career accomplishments, service, and for making a positive impact on the community.

Caridad Hidalgo-Cato, FL B ’80, is an inductee in architecture. She is principal at KVH Architects, P.A., and recognized for her work by the journal Progressive Architecture and for expertise in educational facilities. She graduated from the University of Miami. Read the press release for more information and the full list of the 2018 class of inductees.

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More images and summaries from 2018 Tau Beta Pi Day:


(Left Image) Executive Director Curt Gomulinski, MI E ’00, with 2018 Convention hosts in Denver, CO.

(Right Image) The California Kappa Chapter at Cal State Northridge hosted a Pi Day fundraiser and gave out popcorn to anyone that could memorize and repeat the first 15 digits of Pi. Photo courtesy of Yin Fung Khong, CA K 2017, chapter president.

In addition, the Pi Day activities at East Carolina University were profiled by The Daily Reflector (NC). Click here to read the article and for images.

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