Monday, May 2nd, 2011 - 6:44 pm

15 PUC students inducted into national engineering technology honor society

Fifteen Purdue University Calumet School of Technology students have been inducted into Tau Alpha Pi national honor society for engineering technology students.

The society honors invited scholars who have compiled a grade point average of at least 3.3 (4.0 scale), while encouraging a lifetime of commitment to learning and scholarship.

The inductees represent four academic fields of technology:

Construction Management and Engineering Technology: Veronica M. Chambers of Porter and Marco Gonzalez, Hammond.

Electrical Engineering Technology: Khalid Almarri, Munster; Armando Cabrera, East Chicago; James Hillegonds, Highland; Daniel Seim, Griffith; and Jennifer Vacendak, Crown Point.

Industrial Engineering Technology: Julian Benedict, Valparaiso.

Mechanical Engineering Technology: Nasser Al Nasser, Hammond; Ahmed Alguraini, Highland; Khalid Alshammari, Hammond; Jeffrey Barker, Lowell; Goranco Grozdanoski, Dyer; Michael Pavlick, Lake Village; and Tony Rivera, Valparaiso.

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CSOL Department Head appointed to National Position

Professor Tony Gregory, Construction Science and Organizational Leadership Department Head, has been appointed as the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) Governor/Director for the Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors (ISPLS).  In this position, he will represent professional surveyors in Indiana at the national level.  The NSPS Board of Governors/Directors meets every spring and fall.  It […]