Theta Tau - Professional Engineering Fraternity

Comprehensive professional engineering fraternity affiliated with College of Engineering. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. In addition to the desirable attributes of a general fraternity, it offers a common bond: an interest in and pursuance of engineering in its various branches. Theta Tau Chapters provide a program of activities to meet the social and professional needs of their members. Student members are encouraged to participate in technical societies, honor societies, intramural competition, student government, etc. Theta Tau offers benefits which appeal to the student and to the alumnus. The Fraternity helps the member make the transition from student days to years of professional practice - from a closely knit chapter to a vast body of alumni ready and willing to assist. There are alumni in places of responsibility throughout the world, all wearing our badge and speaking the language of the engineering profession. Only those planning to complete requirements for an engineering-related degree may be initiated as student members. However, if a member transfers out of engineering as a student or as an alumnus, this does not affect his membership in Theta Tau. Once initiated, one is a member for life. (updated for Spring 2017)

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Members
Position/RoleNameEmail
Regent
Riley Deutsch
Vice Regent
Anna Seydel
Scribe
Emily Moore
Treasurer
Jason Ryan
Corresponding Secretary
Cole Pardridge
Marshall
Tyler Harken
Rush/Pledge Co-Chair
Taylor Walkner
Rush/Pledge Co-Chair
Peter Burelbach
Service Chair
Keegan Parizek
Professional Development Chair
Madison Chrisman
Brotherhood Chair
Sam Maloof
Fundraising Co-Chair
Matthew Parker
Fundraising Co-Chair
Gwen Gardner
Marketing Chair
Nick Rafacz
Alumni Relations Chair
Emma Ciborowski