TBP Member Featured in “AAA Living” Magazine

Tau Bate, Gracie S. Cole, CO A ’20, was recently featured in the American Automobile Association’s AAA Living magazine! While pursuing a path as an engineer at The Colorado School of Mines, Cole and a team of students took on a project to convert her family’s ’79 Volkswagen into a fully-working electric vehicle. Per herContinue reading “TBP Member Featured in “AAA Living” Magazine”

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Tau Bate Named One of Mobile Bay’s 2022 40 Under 40

Dee Anne Odom (née Stirm), P.E., Alabama Epsilon ’06, was recently named one of Mobile Bay Magazine’s 2022 Class of 40 under 40! A 2006 graduate of the University of South Alabama with a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering, Odom is a 2005 TBP Scholar and has served Tau Beta Pi as AlabamaContinue reading “Tau Bate Named One of Mobile Bay’s 2022 40 Under 40”

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Tau Beta Pi Executive Council Names New Member and Elects 2022 Officers

The Executive Council of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society welcomes a new member to replace Executive Councillor Scott E. Fable, CA Tau ’96, who stepped down effective November 30, 2021. Ronald M. Hickling, CA Epsilon ’80, will finish out the remainder of Scott Fable’s three-year term. New officers have also been elected for theContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi Executive Council Names New Member and Elects 2022 Officers”

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Tau Bate Asad M. Madni Awarded 2022 IEEE Medal of Honor

Asad M. Madni, Ph.D., California Epsilon ’69, has been recognized as the recipient of the 2022 IEEE Medal of Honor, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ highest honor. Currently, Dr. Madni is a distinguished adjunct professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. As reported by the university, hisContinue reading “Tau Bate Asad M. Madni Awarded 2022 IEEE Medal of Honor”

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2022 Rhodes Scholars Includes Tau Bate

Coleman L. Warren, AR A ’22, a senior at the University of Arkansas, has been recognized as a 2022 Rhodes Scholar. This honor comes as a shock to no one in Warren’s community, as he is described as one of the most highly involved and passionately driven students on campus. Warren is not only aContinue reading “2022 Rhodes Scholars Includes Tau Bate”

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Senior Spotlight: Liana Wood

This is Liana G. Wood, AL A ’22, a senior at The University of Auburn majoring in industrial & systems engineering. She is a Cupola Engineering Ambassador who has accepted a job offer from Lockheed Martin aerospace company. A recent Tweet from the Auburn University Ginn College of Engineering stated, “She has propelled the pathContinue reading “Senior Spotlight: Liana Wood”

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Tau Beta Pi’s Newest Chapter Installed

Georgia Southern University – Georgia Gamma On October 9, 2021, we introduced a new chapter into the Tau Beta Pi active collegiate chapter family. Tau Beta Pi Councillor Michael L. Peterson, IA A ’89, was the official installing deputy, assisted by Executive Director Curtis D. Gomulinski, MI E ’01, and District 5 Director Josuan HilerioContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi’s Newest Chapter Installed”

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Tau Beta Pi Announces Chapter Awards

This week Tau Beta Pi announced the winners of the 2021 Chapter Awards. Nineteen chapters received a Chapter Project Award, and 47 were recognized with the Chapter Excellence Award. The Chapter Project Award is given to chapters that accomplish outstanding project success. Chapters that have won three years in a row will receive a $500Continue reading “Tau Beta Pi Announces Chapter Awards”

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Tau Bate Preparing for NASA’s Halloween Launch

The official crew portrait of the SpaceX Crew-3 mission: (from left) Commander Raja Chari and pilot Thomas Mashburn, both NASA astronauts; mission specialist Matthias Maurer of the European Space Agency; mission specialist Kayla Barron of NASA. (Image credit: NASA) Lt. Col. Raja J. Chari, CO Z ’99, is preparing for a space station launch set forContinue reading “Tau Bate Preparing for NASA’s Halloween Launch”

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Kara Combs Wins Tau Beta Pi Collegiate Award “Trifecta”

Pictured: Kara Combs with her Laureate Award When the 2021 Tau Beta Pi Laureates were announced this year, Kara Combs was one of four students honored. The Laureate Program recognizes Tau Bates who exemplify the spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.    Combs has won the “Trifecta” of Tau Beta Pi collegiate awards including:Continue reading “Kara Combs Wins Tau Beta Pi Collegiate Award “Trifecta””

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