The following is a list of engineering-related blogs of Tau Beta Pi members that may be helpful and insightful for our members. If you’re a Tau Bate with a blog or website you’d like to add to this list, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
More Than Engineering
Moderated by Jeff Perry, UT Beta ’13
Jeff is a leadership and career coach for engineers. Jeff founded More Than Engineering in 2019 to bring together his love for engineering and technology with his passion for helping people improve and live more fulfilled lives. In 2020 he became host of The Engineering Career Coach Podcast in partnership with The Engineering Management Institute. He now runs a program called the Engineering Career Accelerator to help engineers and tech workers have the training and support to effectively move through career transitions.
Spaced Out Doc
Moderated by Michaelyn Thomas, MD Alpha ’20
Michaelyn is a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) executive manager in the aerospace industry based out of California, USA. Her goal is to educate, motivate, and inspire as many human-beings as possible.
Grandma Got STEM
Moderated by Rachel Levy, Ph.D., of Harvey Mudd College
Regular contributions from Jill S. Tietjen, P.E. (VA A ’76)
This blog collects stories of women with connections to STEM and shares them.
Glen Ritschel, NJ Beta ’83
This blog is dedicated to C++ Trivia.
Defusing the Nuclear Threat
Dr. Martin E. Hellman, NY Epsilon ’66
Dr. Hellman is Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. His blog aims to educate “society on the risk posed by nuclear weapons.”
Dr. Stuart G. Walesh, IN Delta ’63
Dr. Walesh has more than forty years of experience in the civil engineering profession and is a nationally recognized author.
Increase Your Life Exponential
Solange Dao, FL Alpha ’95, Tau Beta Pi Vice President
Ms. Solange Dao, FL A ’95, President of DAO Consultants, Inc., also has an engaging public speaking career highlighted by her mentoring young professionals nationwide.
IIE Young Professionals
Vanda Ametlli, MI E 2010, blogs for the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) once a month with career tips for young professionals
Sherri Foster, WI A ’83, a leader of technology teams in new media markets. She has worked for IBM Research, Sony Electronics, and Microsoft.
Jessica Asay, OR G 2005, posts “Everyday science for families with young children.”