Reception held to honor Neal McCaleb, recipient of Tau Beta Pi’s 2021 Distinguished Alumnus Award

Pictured above, from left to right: Kurt P. Rouser, Ph.D., OH H ’11, Neal A. McCaleb, OK G ’57, Dr. Paul Tikalsky, dean of the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology; and Jacob L. Lewellen, OK G ’22. On September 23, members of the Pioneer Alumni Chapter, OK Gamma Collegiate Chapter, the Center of SovereignContinue reading “Reception held to honor Neal McCaleb, recipient of Tau Beta Pi’s 2021 Distinguished Alumnus Award”

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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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Tau Bates’ Success Across the Country and Into Space

Read the TBP Blog for news on:Top 2020 GraduatesSpaceX SuccessOffice Remodel Tau Bates Earn Top Student Honors Shelley M. Edwards, TN Gamma ’20, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Derryberry Award, the highest student honor from Tennessee Tech University. Edwards recently earned a degree in chemical engineering with a concentration in biomolecular engineering.Continue reading “Tau Bates’ Success Across the Country and Into Space”

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Tau Beta Pi 2020 Fellows Named

Read this blog for news on:Tau Beta Pi 2020 FellowsWe Need Your Grad Pics!Alumni Events Move Online & Pi Bites: Video The Fellowship Board has announced the selection of 30 engineering students from 408 applicants for graduate fellowships in 2020-21. All of this year’s recipients will receive cash stipends of $10,000 for advanced study. MoreContinue reading “Tau Beta Pi 2020 Fellows Named”

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‘Stay-At-Home’ Hits HQ; Deadlines Changed; Virtual Initiation for AL E

Tau Beta Pi HQ Closed: Due to a local government order, all non-essential businesses in Knox County were ordered to close from March 24 to April 6. We will still be answering email and phone calls at 1-800-TAU-BETA. We will process donations and other mail as circumstances permit and items ordered through the store will be delayed.Continue reading “‘Stay-At-Home’ Hits HQ; Deadlines Changed; Virtual Initiation for AL E”

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