Tau Beta Pi is the oldest national engineering society and the second oldest honors society in the country. It is also the only interdisciplinary engineering honors society, so students from all engineering disciplines are eligible to join. The top 12.5% of juniors are eligible for induction along with the top 20% of the senior class. Last year, The TCNJ chapter was only able to induct 9 students virtually. This past fall semester, Tau Beta Pi welcomed a new class of 20 members with 16 juniors and 4 seniors in-person.
President Eugene Kim (BME ‘22) shared some highlights from the Fall 2021 induction, “The district director for Tau Beta Pi, Lara Spinelli, attended and commended our induction ceremony. She oversees all the district chapters and said we were one of the best induction ceremonies that she’s ever witnessed.”
Congratulations to all the inductees!
– Anisa Lateef ‘22
New members of the TCNJ chapter of Tau Beta Pi Fall 2021 class.
Top row: Kevin Kowalski, Rachel Hannah, Dylan Peck
Second row: Tyler Griffin, Sean Healy, Charlotte Roarty, Thomas Trainor
Third row: Matthew Martinez, Jonathon Pecora, Aiden Steuerman, Amanda Wiesnewski
Bottom row: Chris Anfuso, Kyle Rosica, Zachary Hauptman, Hayley Conway, Kristella Lieu, Nicole Tumasz
Not pictured: Elizabeth Lopez, Francis Moran, Connor Stine
New Members with the Tau Beta Pi E-board in the front row: President Eugene Kim (BME ‘22) at the very left, Treasurer Daniela Nizamoff (BME ‘22) second from the right and Secretary Hannah Massey (BME ‘22) at the very right.
2020- 2021 Inductees
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