The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District® Women’s At-Large teams, including Division I, II, III, and college division. All First Team Academic All-District selections advance to the national Capital One Academic All-American ballot.
There are seven Tau Beta Pi members that have been named to the 2018 Academic All-District Women’s At-Large teams: (See the full list)
NCAA Division I: First team (District 3)
Kristin Quah – TN B 2019, biomedical & electrical engineering & bowling at Vanderbilt University
NCAA Division I: First team (District 5)
Anna K. Benton – OH Q 2020, chemical engineering & crew at University of Dayton
NCAA Division I: First team (District 7)
Stephanie N. Call – OK B 2018, chemical engineering & crew at University of Tulsa
NCAA Division I: First team (District 8)
Paige M. Danielson – WA B 2019, electrical engineering & crew at Washington State University
NCAA Division III: First team (District 1)
Jennifer Day – MA A 2018, mechanical engineering & swimming at Worcester Polytechnic Institute
NCAA Division III: First team (District 5)
Laura Barber – MO G 2018, mechanical engineering & swimming at Washington University in St. Louis
NCAA Division III: First team (District 6)
Carly M. Grant – WI D 2018, biomolecular engineering & tennis at Milwaukee School of Engineering (WI D corresponding secretary)
Jasem Alhumaidi, CA AA 2018, was profiled by California State University, Chico. He is an international student majoring in civil engineering. Two of his siblings have also completed engineering degrees from Chico. Read the article.
Alhumaidi serves as Tau Beta Pi CA Alpha Alpha Chapter president, has plans for graduate school, and will stay at Chico for one more semester to “ensure that the tutoring program he has launched for fellow students is thriving.”
The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities recently announced that two students from the College of Engineering and Science have been awarded scholarships by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
Lizzie J. Zudock, MN A 2019, is one of the recipients. She is a chemical engineering and Chemistry major, TBP MN Alpha Chapter president, and has plans to combine engineering and medicine to create cost-effective therapies. Click here for the news announcement for more details on the scholarship and the two recipients.