Tennessee Alpha Chapter
University of Memphis
PurposeThe purpose of the chapter of the Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society shall be to provide deserved recognition for outstanding achievement by engineering technology students, to further encourage the high standards of scholastic endeavor, and to establish an environment for fellowship among the many excellent engineering technology students of the University of Memphis.
About UsTau Alpha Pi is the national honor society for engineering technology. Founded in 1953 and is open to associate, baccalaureate and graduate degree candidates.
The Tennessee Alpha Chapter at the University of Memphis was restarted in 2016 by Prof Daniel Kohn and Prof Tom Banning after a number of years of being inactive as a way to recognize the top students in the Engineering Technology Program.
We are a Registered Student Organization and are govered by our Constitution and By-laws.
Qualifications for MembershipStudents must be enrolled as a student majoring in Engineering Technology at the University of Memphis with the following:
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Faculty members can also be invited to join by a 2/3 majority vote of the active student members
Mick McCarthy, Benjamin Estes, Tony Le, Forrest Russll, Ismaiel Kayali, Joe Williams, Robert Hewitt (Faculty)
(not shown: Benjamin Lawrence, Austin Galloway, Hunter Sarten, Terence Ryan, Hung Dinh, Zachary Hall, Cedric Daniels, Clayton Patton)
Sam Lootens, Lam-Hong Tran, Tristan Dixon, Ariel Fant, Bao Duong,
Robert Litten, Kyler Mitchell, Kaev'En Stamper, Jonathan White
(not shown: Brian Burrage, Connor Stroope, John Martin, Terrica Parker, Tyler Dunaway, Chris Barfield)
Shawn Westcott, Patrick Rhodes, Ajejandro Duarte, Matthew Kossan, Jackson Greer, Kimberle Solano, Tarolyn Moman,
Jordan Greene, Curtis Sines, Nathaniel Hall, Marlene Meredith, and Antwan Gordon.
(not shown: John Harrison, Jeffrey Harrison, Brennan Toldi)
Faculty: Professors Tom Banning, Daniel Kohn, and Scott Southall.