Four ASU engineering students have been awarded Tau Beta Pi graduate fellowships for 2011-2012. The students and their field of study:

  • Eric M. Anderson, Medicine and Biomedical Engineering
  • Albert Hsia, Bioengineering
  • Joy L. Marsalla, Environmental Engineering
  • Katrin Passlack, Computer and Electrical Engineering

The students are among 35 engineering students selected nationwide. There were 219 applicants.

All Tau Beta Pi Fellowships are awarded on the comptitive criteria of high scholarship, campus leadership and service, and promise of future contributions to the engineering profession. All fellows are Tau Beta Pi members.

Tau Beta Pi was founded at lehigh University in 1885. It has collegiate chapters at 237 engineering colleges in the United States and active alumnus chapters in 20 cities. It has initiated nearly 525,000 members in its 126-year history and is the world’s largest engineering society.

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