The University of Arkansas is advertising an event on Thursday, April 19, hosted by the Arkansas Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi. UArk College of Engineering professor Jia Di, Ph.D., will present his research as an electrical engineer with discussion topics including, “Asynchronous Circuit Design” and “Extreme Environmental Conditions.”
According to the announcement, this free (for students) event is the start of a new educational series by the Tau Beta Pi chapter that highlights research interests and promotes collaboration between departments.
The Executive Council of Tau Beta Pi will be meeting in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, April 28. In conjunction with the meeting, there will be two alumni events in the area:
- Linthicum Heights, Maryland – 11:30pm at the Olive Grove Restaurant with featured speaker will be Dr. Lyle Feisel, IA A ’61, and networking opportunities.
- Washington, DC – 6:30pm at Blackfinn Ameripub meet Executive Director Curt Gomulinski, President Sue Holl, Ph.D., other members of the EC, and DC Alumni Chapter officers.
On April 23, there will be a Rockwell Executive Q&A Panel hosted by the Wisconsin Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s College of Engineering & Applied Science.
The event will begin at 5pm in EMS E250. Read the Twitter posting which says, “all CEAS students are welcome to join for a special Q&A panel with senior executive guests from Rockwell Automation who will be answering questions regarding their impressive careers!”