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Tau Beta Pi inducts new members

May 8, 2019

The Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society recently inducted 34 new members into its Mississippi State University chapter.

Membership in Tau Beta Pi is by invitation only. New members are selected each semester based on grade point average as well as major-specific requirements. Students must demonstrate distinguished scholarship and exemplary character.

The list of Bagley College of Engineering students 2019 spring inductees includes:

Kaylee Bundy, biomedical engineering
Sarah Chipley, chemical engineering
Anna Crawford, biological engineering
Claire Cross, biomedical engineering
Daniel Darwin, computer engineering
Clayton Dickerson, chemical engineering
Will English, mechanical engineering
Megan Finney, civil engineering
Avery Fisher, electrical engineering
Zoe Fowler, electrical engineering
Deonante Frazier, chemical engineering
Jackson Holland, biomedical engineering
Jonathon Hubbert, biomedical engineering
Jessica Huffman, industrial engineering
Bailey Jose, industrial engineering
Madison Kendall, industrial engineering
James Kinnebrew, mechanical engineering

Andy Li, biomedical engineering
Serena Liles, civil engineering
Elijah Magee, computer science
Sam McDevitt, computer engineering
Taylor Morgan, computer science
Drake Pace, biological engineering
Garrett Reeves, biomedical engineering
Ross Robertson, aerospace engineering
Matt Romero, biological engineering
Calvin Sellers, mechanical engineering
James Shaffer, mechanical engineering
Daniel Sieja, mechanical engineering
David Simpson, aerospace engineering
Chris Slagell, electrical engineering
Rylee Smith, biological engineering
Garrett Smith, computer engineering
Bo Thomas, industrial engineering

Tau Beta Pi initiates at Mississippi State

The Mississippi State chapter of Tau Beta Pi recently inducted 34 new members into its ranks.

Tau Beta Pi is the nation’s second-oldest honor society and is dedicated to instilling integrity and excellence in engineering. It was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. Today there are chapters at 248 colleges and universities with over 594,000 total members.

Mississippi State’s chapter , designated as Mississippi Alpha, was founded in 1928 and was the first to be founded in Mississippi.

The Bagley College of Engineering is online at www.bagley.msstate.edu and can be found on FacebookTwitter, Instagram and YouTube at @msuengineering.

Mississippi State University is Mississippi’s leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu.

By: Philip Allison