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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Tau Beta Pi’s 2020 Year in Review

It would be an understatement to say that we’ve packed a lot into the first 6 months of this year. As we prepare for the second half of 2020, let’s review the first half and what Tau Beta Pi members accomplished. January 2020 Tau Beta Pi’s 47 active Alumni Chapters strive to connect Tau BetaContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi’s 2020 Year in Review”

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Tau Beta Pi “Firsts” in 2020

2020 was certainly a uniquely trying year. However, the obstacles Tau Beta Pi faced in 2020 provided opportunities for many positive and even permanent changes. Keep reading to learn about some of our “firsts” this year! COVID-19 restrictions forced almost everyone to pivot to digital programs and events. Initiation ceremonies, Engineering Futures sessions, and evenContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi “Firsts” in 2020″

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Tau Beta Pi Announces Chapter Project Award Winners

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tau Beta Pi Association hosted its 115th annual Convention virtually. Unvention 2020, the Association’s inaugural virtual event, provided much-needed opportunities for connection and networking to the over 1,200 Tau Bates who registered to attend. Held between October 10 and November 7, Unvention’s program included many workshops and professional developmentContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi Announces Chapter Project Award Winners”

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#TBPUnvention2020 Check-In

Even though Tau Beta Pi couldn’t host our Convention in person this year, #TBPUnvention2020 has provided lots of opportunities for networking and professional development. Virtual Unvention events began on October 10 and will continue until November 7.  If you missed an event, check the Unvention site here and see if a session has been uploadedContinue reading “#TBPUnvention2020 Check-In”

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Engineers Persevering & 2020 Unvention

Melody Gonzalez, E.I., FL Q ’18 Growing up in a small town in Venezuela, Melody Gonzalez noticed a variety of infrastructure breakdowns including a less than efficient water system. After graduating from high school, she made the decision to study petroleum engineering and headed to the United States. As a single mother of two children,Continue reading “Engineers Persevering & 2020 Unvention”

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More Honors for Tau Bates and Success in Space

Read the TBP Blog for news on:Texas A&M Professor Earns AwardCCNY Student Honored by PalantirSpaceX Returns from ISS Texas A&M Professor Earns Award Bonnie J. Dunbar, Ph.D., TX Epsilon ’83, former astronaut, TEES Eminent Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, John P. McGovern Science and Society Award, for “leadership and contributions in aerospace engineering;Continue reading “More Honors for Tau Bates and Success in Space”

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Tau Beta Pi: Mid-year review

It would be an understatement to say that we’ve packed a lot into the first 6 months of this year. As we prepare for the second half of 2020, let’s review the first half and what Tau Beta Pi members accomplished. (You will find additional information and links highlighted by a different color.) January 2020Continue reading “Tau Beta Pi: Mid-year review”

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