Wright State Festive Bent, Soccer Academic All-Americans, & ISU Outstanding Senior (Dec. 2018)

On December 4, the Wright State University (OH) Twitter account posted an image of the bent monument on campus with this text: “We’re feeling pretty festive today! Can anyone guess where this sculpture is located?” (Image below)

One response was from Alyssa N. Wallwey, OH M 2020: “The Bent of Tau Beta Pi – the symbol of an engineering honor society that I am proud to be a part of and serve as a chapter officer! Decorating this was fun.” Wallwey is an electrical engineering major at Wright State and serves as the OH Mu Chapter corresponding secretary.

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Four Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2018 CoSIDA Google Cloud Division II and III Academic All-America® Women’s Soccer teams, respectively.

Toni Abate, MD A 2019, a chemical and biomolecular engineering major at Johns Hopkins University, and first team Div. III All-American; she is a defender on the varsity soccer team. Abate is a team captain, three-time Conference Academic Honor Roll awardee, and has secured a job with Audax Private Equity after graduation.

Marla RobertsNY P 2020, a Rochester Institute of Technology mechanical engineering major and first team Div. III All-American; she is a forward on the varsity soccer team. Roberts is team co-captain, holds a 4.0 GPA, and led RIT in scoring with eight goals and 18 points in 2018.

Jen A. KendallCO A 2019, mechanical engineering senior at Colorado School of Mines first team Div. II All-American; she is a forward on the varsity soccer team. Kendall earned First-Team All-Region and RMAC Tournament MVP honors, scored 12 goals this season, and finishes her career as fourth all-time in goals scored.

Shelby L. NamenWI D 2019, Milwaukee School of Engineering biomolecular engineering major and second team Div. III All-American; she is a defender on the varsity soccer team. Namen is a two-time All-NACC First-Team honoree, 2016 NACC Defensive PLayer of the Year, and started all 22 games in 2018.

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The Iowa State University (ISU) College of Engineering has announced its 12 outstanding graduating seniors and Michelle A. Friedmann, IA A 2019, as the college’s student marshal for the commencement ceremony on December 15. Friedmann is graduating with a degree in biological systems engineering with an emphasis on food engineering. She plans to pursue a master’s degree at ISU and participated in undergraduate research.

Read the news article for more information and for the full list of the 2018 Fall Outstanding Seniors, including: Matthew D. Swift, IA A 2019, materials engineering.

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