Nine Tech students inducted into prestigious Tau Beta Pi honor society for engineers
Nine WVU Tech students were recently inducted into the West Virginia Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society and the only such organization that represents the entire engineering profession.
Founded in 1885, the Tau Beta Pi Association was established to “encourage and recognize superior scholarship and/or leadership achievement” in the engineering fields. The West Virginia Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi was founded in 1972 and has inducted more than 1,000 members in its more than 45 years of operation.
Those WVU Tech students inducted this fall into the West Virginia Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi include:
- Alice Amitrano, Chemical Engineering, Rome, Italy
- Brandon Boggs, Electrical Engineering, Caldwell, West Virginia
- Adam Dingess, Computer Engineering, Beckley, West Virginia
- Eduardo Gutierrez, Mechanical Engineering, Madrid, Spain
- Nicholas Lathwell, Mechanical Engineering, Hedgesville, West Virginia
- Mary Morrison, Chemical Engineering, Huntington, West Virginia
- Daniel Nehnevaj, Chemical Engineering, Vancouver, Washington
- Dakota Smith, Civil Engineering, Sumerco, West Virginia
- Jordan Tincher, Electrical Engineering, Beckley, West Virginia
Image: Front Row (L-R): Amitrano, Boggs, Gutierrez, Morrison and Nehnevaj. Back (L-R): Dingess, Lathwell, Smith and Tincher.