The Florida Alpha Chapter
at The University of Florida
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Tau Beta Pi is the oldest and most prestigious engineering honor society. The Florida Alpha Chapter was founded in 1961 and, out of 246 collegiate chapters, is one of the nation's most active. We have been named the Most Outstanding Chapter eight times.
Our purpose is to recognize exceptional engineering students, encourage young students to pursue engineering, and serve our local community. To be eligible for membership, juniors must be in the top eighth of their class, and seniors and graduate students must be in the top fifth of their class; all candidates must demonstrate exemplary character. We have two major programs to encourage young students to pursue engineering degrees: GatorTRAX and The TEE Program (tutoring). You can learn more about service opportunities by visiting our calendar.
Lauren Medlin will hold her office hours at 11:45 AM on Tuesday, February 13.
Best Member and Best Officer
Don't forget to nominate here by 4/2 at 11:59 PM
Upcoming Service Events (GatorTRAX RSVP here!)
2/10 - Street Clean-up @ 8:45 AM, Commuter Lot
2/13 - Adopted School GatorTRAX 10 AM - 11 AM, 3800 NW 6th St, Gainesville, FL 32609
2/23 - Relay for Life 3 PM - 3 AM, Flavet Field
2/24 - GatorTRAX 10 AM - 12 PM, TBA
Upcoming Social Events
2/6 - Game Night @ 7:20 PM, Reitz Union Game Room
2/18 - Breakfast Club @ 12:00 PM, Flying Biscuit Cafe
2/23 - Gymnastics Meet @ 6:30 PM, O'Connell Center Gate 2
2/5 - Officer Meeting #2 @ 6:45 PM, Reitz Union 2345
2/6 - Meeting #1 @ 7:20 PM, CSE E119
2/13 - Officer Meeting #3 @ 6:45 PM, Reitz Union 3310
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