Tau Beta Pi’s Iowa Alpha Chapter Wins State Volunteer Award

The Iowa Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi has been selected to receive a 2021 Iowa Governor’s Volunteer Award. This award recognizes Iowa Alpha’s many years of service to the state through the Adopt-A-Highway program, according to the Chapter’s Chief Advisor LeVern W. Faidley, IA A ’67. The Iowa Governor’s Volunteer Award (GVA) program honors the dedicatedContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi’s Iowa Alpha Chapter Wins State Volunteer Award”

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Part Two: Tau Bate Grads Receive Accolades and Awards

Jeremy Capuder, NY Xi ’21 Jeremy Capuder was the undergraduate valedictorian for the class of 2021 at Manhattan College. A civil engineering major from Albertson, N.Y., Capuder is a member of the Tau Beta Pi, Epsilon Sigma Pi and Chi Epsilon honor societies. He received the Manhattan College Presidential Scholarship, and scholarships from ACEC New York andContinue reading “Part Two: Tau Bate Grads Receive Accolades and Awards”

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Part One: Tau Bate Grads Receive Accolades and Awards

Tau Beta Pi celebrates the accomplishments of collegiate members Alexander F. Pessell, IN E ’21; Matthew M. Sato, TN B ’21; Hongbin Xu, NY X ’19; and Taishi Nakase, NJ D ’21. These students are fulfilling the Tau Beta Pi creed of Integrity and Excellence, working hard to serve their campus communities while maintaining highContinue reading “Part One: Tau Bate Grads Receive Accolades and Awards”

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Tau Bates Named as 2021-22 Goldwater Scholars

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 to serve as a living memorial to honor the lifetime work of Senator Barry Goldwater, who served for 56 years as a soldier and statesman, including 30 years in the U.S. Senate. As the result of a partnership with theContinue reading “Tau Bates Named as 2021-22 Goldwater Scholars”

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Tau Beta Pi Celebrates National Volunteer Month

April is National Volunteer Month, and Tau Beta Pi has been highlighting some of our 1,000+ volunteers throughout the month of April on our social media. Read further to learn about some of those valued volunteers! We’ve also created a special electronic publication to recognize all of the Association’s volunteers. Click here to check itContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi Celebrates National Volunteer Month”

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Tau Bates Score Scholarships and Awards

Tau Beta Pi celebrates the accomplishments of collegiate members Rand Y. Alagha (TX Delta ’22) Steven Klepac (AL Epsilon ’21), Madeline A. Suellentrop (AR Alpha ’21) and Jaclyn R. Walls (AR Alpha ’20). These students are fulfilling the Tau Beta Pi creed of Integrity and Excellence, working hard to serve their campus communities while maintainingContinue reading “Tau Bates Score Scholarships and Awards”

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Opportunities from the Tau Beta Pi Job Board

Members of Tau Beta Pi have access to a wealth of opportunities via The Tau Beta Pi Engineering Job Board. There, you’ll find employers listing jobs across engineering disciplines for TBP collegiate members and alumni. In addition, please continue to check out the Tau Beta Pi HQ blog as we highlight openings in engineering fieldsContinue reading “Opportunities from the Tau Beta Pi Job Board”

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Louisiana Epsilon Members See Scholarship Success

Three collegiate members of the Louisiana Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at the University of New Orleans received scholarships for excellence in engineering. The awards are sponsored by the American Bureau of Shipping, a maritime classification society headquartered in Houston that donates $10,000 annually for student scholarships at UNO. The spring 2021 recipients will eachContinue reading “Louisiana Epsilon Members See Scholarship Success”

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Tau Beta Pi Hosts New Online Lecture in Tau Bate Talks Speaker Series

Tau Beta Pi is hosting a fascinating upcoming talk on March 28 about chemical engineering and innovation in small molecule drug development. Jean Tom, Ph.D., (MA Beta ’83) is the Executive Director of Development Engineering and Chemistry Process Development at Bristol Myers Squibb where she leads a group of chemical engineers focused on developing chemicalContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi Hosts New Online Lecture in Tau Bate Talks Speaker Series”

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Spring Semester Sees Tau Bate Success

Danielle “Ellie” Klein (OH Delta ’22) poses in front of Ohio University’s Bent monument at Russ College of Engineering and Technology’s Stocker Center. This International Women’s Month, Tau Beta Pi celebrates the accomplishments of its female collegiate members like Danielle “Ellie” Klein (OH Delta ’22) and Eleanor “Lily” Turaski (GA Alpha ’21). Both students areContinue reading “Spring Semester Sees Tau Bate Success”

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