Ohio Mu Initiates, Utah ARCS Scholar, & Boston Alumni Event (November 2018)

Wright State University professor and department chair Joseph C. Slater, Ph.D., P.E. (NY N ’89), posted an image to Twitter of the new members of the Ohio Mu Chapter of Tau Beta Pi. The fall initiation took place on Friday, November 9. More than 20 initiates joined the Association at Ohio Mu this semester. See the image below.

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The Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc., (ARCS) Utah recently hosted its awards luncheon and 10th anniversary celebration. Among those making special remarks at the event was Richard B. Brown, Ph.D., P.E. (UT B ’75), University of Utah College of Engineering Dean. Read the news article.

In addition, Anna C. Deleray, CO A ’17, was the recipient of an engineering scholarship in support of students in doctoral programs at the Univ. of Utah. Deleray is pursuing a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in chemical and biochemical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.

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Join the Greater Boston Alumni Chapter of Tau Beta Pi for a social event (friends, families, and dogs invited!) at Treehouse Brewing in central Massachusetts south west of Worcester. You can RSVP and follow-up with questions to Leah B. Moore, OH M ’10.

The event will take place Saturday, November 17, from noon to 3pm. You can enjoy a pint of critically acclaimed New England beer (and some cans to take home). There will be food trucks and music as well, so if you’re free, come on out and enjoy a New England fall afternoon with some fellow Tau Beta Pi members.

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