" Journey of a quinquagenarian "
Calling all CSUN matadors and TBP Members! The California Kappa chapter is celebrating our 51st Anniversary this year, and we are hosting banquet on April 19 to celebrate such occasion! It’s a perfect opportunity to network with your peers and professors, over a plate of fine dinner! YES! Dinner will be served! The event Read more about 51st Anniversary Banquet – RSVP Opens[…]
Approximately 25 Spring 2019 initiates came together at the Bent at CSUN’s College of Engineering and Computer Science to carry on the tradition of prospective members — shining the bent, the symbol of Tau Beta Pi. Some of the members who are graduating this semester, dropped by as well, to carry on the final tradition Read more about Bent Polishing Spring 2019[…]
What is Pi Day without pies? Tau Beta Pi celebrated March 14 (3.14) with some pies, breakfast bars and coffees for students! We also had the corn hole game and free stickers for students to grab! Good luck to all students with their midterms, and have a great spring break next week! You Got This! Read more about Pi Day 2019[…]
We started the new semester inviting and congratulating the students who are qualified for membership, for their academic achievement. Qualifying students are invited to the New Members Orientation where they will learn about the benefits of our membership, at local chapter, district and nation! One of our chapter advisors, Dr Amini, who has been the Read more about New Members Orientation Spring 2019[…]
On November 14, 2018, Lawrence, a CSUN alumnus class of ’85 majoring in Electrical Engineering, who is currently the Senior Manager for Intel University Outreach, came back to CSUN and spoke to our students and members about employment opportunities at Intel. There were two workshops – Getting Hired in Tech Companies in the morning 10-11am at Read more about Intel Workshops[…]
Approximately 20 Fall 2018 initiates came together at the Bent at CSUN’s College of Engineering and Computer Science to carry on the tradition of prospective members — shining the bent, the symbol of Tau Beta Pi.
Tau Beta Pi’s 113th National Convention was held in Denver, Colorado, from October 11 to October 14. Approximately 350-400 members, including delegates and non-delegates from 50 states, alumni, advisors as well as the executive staffs from the Headquarters gathered at this very place to conduct the Association’s businesses. Fortunately for our chapter, four officers including Read more about Tau Beta Pi 2018 National Convention[…]
On September 17, 2018, Tau Beta Pi California Kappa Chapter at CSUN invited STEM Advantage, a non-profit organization that provides scholarship, mentoring and internship opportunities to the program’s cohorts. They aim to provide students”…experiential, financial and directional support, and is designed to provide the support needed to keep promising scholars in a STEM program, including skills Read more about Resume Workshop[…]
Tau Beta Pi California Kappa Chapter officers kick-started the Fall 2018 semester by having a team-building event at the Ultrazone Laser Tag, Sherman Oaks. All officers and chapter advisors were invited to the event, with a majority of the officers attended the event. As the saying goes, a team is as only strong as the Read more about Officers Team Building[…]
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Tau Beta Pi California Kappa
The honor society is an association of primarily collegiate members and chapters whose purposes are to encourage and recognize superior scholarship and/or leadership achievement either in broad fields of education or in departmental fields at undergraduate and/or graduate levels.
Members are admitted based on their demonstration of academic achievement and exemplary character, evidenced through their personal integrity, breadth of interest, and charitable activity.
Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Dr. Edward Higginson Williams, Jr.. The parent chapter, Alpha of Pennsylvania, existed alone until 1892 when Alpha of Michigan was founded at Michigan State Unviersity. Since the founding of Michigan Alpha Chapter, Tau Beta Pi has grown steadily; there are now collegiate chapters at 246 institutions, chartered alumni chapters in 44 cities and a total initiated membership of approximately 584,000.
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TBP welcomes all initiated members to join the events hosted by home chapter or nationwide, even after graduation!
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TBP has total of over 584,000 initiated member across the nation, with a total of 246 active collegiate chapters and 44 active alumni chapters.
TBP is the premier and well-known engineering honor society values by corporate and recruiters across the nation.
TBP offers $2,000 scholarships to initiated members for a year of undergraduate study or fellowship of $10,000 a year for graduate study.