Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society initiates 16 new members
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
MANHATTAN — The Kansas Gamma chapter of Tau Beta Pi at Kansas State University has initiated 16 new members for the spring 2022 semester.
Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honor society that celebrates scholastic excellence and reputable character. The Kansas Gamma chapter seeks students in the Kansas State University Carl R. Ice College of Engineering who are high-achieving both inside and outside of the classroom. Every year, Tau Beta Pi participates in various community service activities in Manhattan, including maintenance of KS Hill and highway cleanup on Tuttle Creek Boulevard. Tau Beta Pi believes in the importance of service and leadership, and these events help us to lead by example in our college and community.
The Kansas Gamma chapter of Tau Beta Pi initiates new members each fall and spring semester. To be invited, juniors must rank among the top one-eighth of students in their class and seniors must rank among the top one-fifth of the students in their class.
Advisors for the chapter are Andy Fund, assistant dean for student services in the College of Engineering; Lisa Wilken, associate professor of biological and agricultural engineering; Josh Weese, teaching assistant professor of computer science, and Eric Fitzsimmons, associate professor of civil engineering.
The following students are new initiates of Tau Beta Pi:
Eric Yu, junior in computer science, Allen; Maguire Sullivan, senior in biomedical engineering, Andale; James Myose, senior in computer science and mathematics, Bel Aire; David Ochner, senior in electrical engineering, Fort Riley.
From Greater Kansas City: Matthew Leach, junior in mechanical engineering, Leawood; Hursen Adjovi, senior in computer science and computer engineering, Alex Howard, senior in electrical engineering, and Will Kelly, senior in mechanical engineering, all from Olathe; and Jacob Bengel, junior in computer science, Overland Park.
Aurora Gray, senior in electrical engineering, and Sebastian Neal, senior in computer engineering and physics, both from Lansing; Noah Hill, junior in mechanical engineering, Louisburg; Brendan Becker, junior in chemical engineering, Manhattan; Rohan Singh, junior in biomedical engineering, Spring Hill; Trey Etzel, junior in computer science, Topeka; and Eric Honas, junior in computer science, Wichita.