Theta Tau Educational Foundation

 

Thank you for considering a gift.  Your generosity allows us to fulfill the Foundation's mission of Providing Educational Opportunities to Develop the Leaders of Tomorrow Theta Tau’s success and growth continue as campuses recognize the value of the programming we offer in community service, professional development, and brotherhood. It also depends on the loyal support of alumni like you. 

Over about the last decade, Theta Tau has doubled the number of chapters and colonies, doubled its average chapter size, and nearly quadrupled its student membership.  These members, many from new chapters without many alumni of their own, need your support more than ever, at least until the time that these fine Brothers become great engineers in their own right and can in turn support the Foundation.  

Thank you again for your consideration and generosity!  In these unprecedented times, Theta Tau, its student members, and national and local leaders are gaining an understanding of how social distancing and remote learning impact chapters, students, and campuses where they operate.   Adaptability is a trait engineers and Theta Tau’s have learned – and now apply to the way we live, study, work, and play.  Please consider a recurring contribution to provide continued support to our undergraduates and fraternity. 

 
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All Academic Team

The Theta Tau Educational Foundation is pleased to announce the following individuals as the academic team captains for their respective regions, based upon the fall 2020 academic performance.  Each captain is recognized for their achievement in the classroom and on campus.  

Graham Schock – Atlantic
George Washington University
Computer Science

Jeffrey Huizenga – Central
Oklahoma State University
Mechanical Engineering

Claire Chouinard - Great Lakes
University of Pittsburgh
Chemical Engineering 

Annika Gates – Gulf 
University of Central Florida
Industrial Engineering 

Vera Lee – Mid Atlantic
University of Pennsylvania
Bioengineering 

Sophia Fisher – Midwest
Miami University
Mechanical Engineering 

Emma Crooks – Northeast
University at Buffalo
Industrial Engineering 

Leo Simanonok – Southeast
Tulane University
Engineering Physics  

Erica Jenkins – Southwest
University of San Diego
Mechanical Engineering 

Each winner receives a cash reward for their hard work, and in recognition of their achievement. Congratulations! 

One of the captains, Jeffrey Huizenga put it best:

Theta Tau has helped me achieve my personal goal of being a more outgoing member of society...Theta Tau has taught me how to better lead people in a position of power which will help in industry.

 

 

Visit Theta Tau's Online Archives!

The Central Office worked with Archeios and JAM Graphics of Noblesville, Indiana, to create an online repository of
Theta Tau’s history

The largest element of this project is the official magazine,
The Gear of Theta Tau,
but a vast amount of
additional historical
material is also available at
www.thetatauarchives.org

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Theta Tau Central Office
175 SW 7th Street, Suite 1615, Miami, FL 33130
P: 512.472.1904 | F: 512.472.4820