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( November 19, 1997)
SDSM& T STUDENTS INITIATED INTO TAU BETA PI ENGINEERING SOCIETY
The South Dakota Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi recently initiated thirty- eight new members. Tau Beta Pi is a National Engineering Honor Society founded in 1885. The Alpha Chapter of SDSM& T was organized in 1974. Since then 1,024 members have been initiated. To be eligible, students must be an engineering major and in the top 1/ 5 of the senior class or the top 1/ 8 of the junior class.
Newly initiated members and their engineering major are as follows:
Seniors: Aaron Asquith, Civil Engineering ( CE); Darel Blow, Metallurgical Engineering ( MetE); James Cundall, CE; Kjetil Gloppen, Electrical Engineering ( EE); Siri Haraldsen, Chemical Engineering ( ChE); Asle Lohne, ME; Stian Lysne, EE; Scott Lyons, ME; Christopher Misterek, MetE; Andrea Rippentrop, Industrial Engineering ( IE); Terree Short MetE; Michael Sip, CE and Bente Solberg, CE.
Juniors: Matthew Barondeau, ChE; Daniel Baumiller, ChE; Brandon Borge, ChE; Michael Brown, CE; Jerilyn Cass, ChE; Darren Gebes, ChE; Jonathan Glaser, Computer Engineering ( CENG); Branden Gonzales, CE; Brandon Hieb, CENG; Kirby Kozel, ChE; Garland Krabbenhoft, ME; Amy Landreth, CE; Jon Larson, Mining Engineering ( MinE); Timothy Mammenga, ChE; Richard Marsh, CE; Alexa Maxwell, EE; Kelli McCabe, MetE; Kevin Millslagle, ChE; Ross Newton. CENG; Daniel Ring, MetE; Kyrik Rombaugh, ChE; Gail Samuels, MetE; Arlin Sandbulte, ME; James Tremel, ME; and Scot Vander Pol, ME.
To Be Initiated at a Later Date: Brigitte Hornig, ChE; Vivian Johnson, ChE; James Lang, ChE; Bradley Schleeter, CE; and Nathan Uhrig, ChE.
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