Tau Beta Pi - Texas Epsilon
The University of Houston | 4800 Calhoun Road | Houston, Texas 77004

What do we do?


whatdowedo

Engineering Futures

The Tau Beta Pi Engineering Futures Sessions are workshops that provide engineering students training in the soft skills. These non-technical skills are necessary for success in the workplace but rarely included in the engineering curriculum. We offer the Engineering Futures Sessions every semester. The sessions are FREE and open to all engineering students. Please check our calendar for details. For more information, check out the Engineering Futures Page.

future session

MindSet

MindSET

The mission of MindSET, the TBP National K-12 Math & Science Program, is to establish and support math and science intervention programs which contribute to enhanced preparation of students in the K-12 system, thus enabling them to qualify for the pursuit of careers in STEM disciplines, preparing them for competitive success in the global marketplace, and equipping them for driving the nation’s economy. We hold a MindSET event every year. For more information, please check our calendar or email our Outreach Chair.


Community Involvement

Besides focusing on EFs and MindSET, our Tau Beta Pi chapter also is heavily involved in the community. We try to make the most out of our resources to leverage our platform to make as positive of an affect as we can on society. Our events include but are not limited to the Houston Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, and student mentoring.

community involvement

CIT - Chapter Implementations Team


Alexander Pankiewicz
CIT Team Lead (Outreach Chair)

John Lee
Implementations Specialist

Arthur Prasko
Implementations Specialist