by Public Relations Office
November 13, 2003
Cedarville, Ohio - Eight engineering students at Cedarville University were recently inducted into the Ohio Nu Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society. The induction ceremony was held at Cedarville University on November 8.
The inductees were:
Brian Allen, a junior mechanical engineering major from Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mark Caterinacci, a junior mechanical engineering major from Twinsburg, Ohio; John Glett, a senior electrical engineering major from Bellefontaine, Ohio; Jeffrey Kraker, a junior electrical engineering major from Holland, Mich.; Seth Lynch, a junior mechanical engineering major from Warsaw, N.Y.; Ethan Merck, a junior electrical engineering major from Ada, Mich.; Joseph Proctor, a senior mechanical engineering major from St. Joseph, Mich.; and Matthew Sterner, a junior mechanical engineering major from Richland, Pa.
Students who are inducted into Tau Beta Pi must be in the top 12.5 percent of the engineering junior class or the top 20 percent of engineering seniors. Induction gives each inductee a lifetime membership in this highly recognized society.
Tau Beta Pi's purpose is to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering. The society also serves to encourage broad study and awareness in the liberal arts. Cedarville University was chartered as the 228th Tau Beta Pi chapter on March 3, 2001.
Located in Cedarville, Ohio, Cedarville University is an accredited Christian university of arts, sciences, professional, and graduate programs. Offering 100 areas of study to 3,000 students, the University features an award-winning campus computer network and a worldwide Christian ministries program. Visit the University Web site at www.cedarville.edu.