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WPI's Massachusetts Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi Welcomes 50 New Members – WPI News

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WPI’s Massachusetts Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi initiated 50 new students into the honor society on Thursday, December 2, 2021.
Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession. It is the nation’s second-oldest honor society, founded at Lehigh University in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.  There are now collegiate chapters at 251 US colleges and universities and 47 active alumni chapters.
WPI’s Massachusetts Alpha Chapter was established in 1910 and is the oldest honor society on campus.  It recognizes junior engineering students who are in the top 12.5% of their class and senior engineering students who are in the 20% of their class. 
Tau Beta Pi.  Integrity and Excellence in Engineering.  
New members include the following students:
 
Class of 2022
Sophia Cheng, Mechanical Engineering
Michael Cuddy, Mechanical Engineering
Olivia Gedgaudas, Chemical Engineering
Jennifer Lewitzky, Mechanical Engineering
Meng Lian, Chemical Engineering
Tyler Lizotte, Aeronautical Engineering
Sarah MacDonald, Biomedical Engineering
Alexander Mondro, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Marina Petrillo, Chemical Engineering
Corinne Saucier, Biomedical Engineering
Timothy Snow, Mechanical Engineering
Hannah Whitney, Architectural Engineering
Class of 2023
Zara Alkaff, Biomedical Engineering
Jolina Alonzo, Chemical Engineering
Katerina Angjeli, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Michela Benazzi, Chemical Engineering
Michael Beskid, Aeronautical Engineering & Robotics Engineering
Kalina Bonofiglio, Robotics Engineering     
Myah Caplan, Biomedical Engineering
Alexis Compton, Biomedical Engineering
Christopher DeMaio, Robotics Engineering
Binh Diec, Biomedical Engineering
Brian Francis, Robotics Engineering
Jonathan Gong, Robotics Engineering
Nicholas Grumski, Robotics Engineering & Computer Science
Aislin Hanscom, Robotics Engineering
Samantha Havel, Biomedical Engineering
Gabrielle Healey, Biomedical Engineering
Sarah Homsy, Mechanical Engineering
Grace Jolin, Biomedical Engineering & Mechanical Engineering
Priyanka Joshi, Biomedical Engineering
Katherine Lacroix, Chemical Engineering
Yuen Lam Leung, Robotics Engineering
Ashton Lyon, Mechanical Engineering
Tessa Lytle, Mechanical Engineering
Ashleigh Matsis, Biomedical Engineering
Michael Nason, Mechanical Engineering
John Parenteau, Civil Engineering
Zachary Rivernider, Robotics Engineering & Electrical Engineering
Vaniska Rohera, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Brianna Roskind, Electrical and Computer Engineering & Computer Science
Catherine Salvaggio, Industrial Engineering
Kevin Schultz, Aeronautical Engineering
Matthew Shea, Chemical Engineering
Khushi Soni, Biomedical Engineering
Catherine Stevenson, Biomedical Engineering
Elitumaini Swai, Chemical Engineering
Dayna Tang, Environmental Engineering
Isabella Vignola, Biomedical Engineering
Lucien Wallace, Mechanical Engineering

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