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Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau

Petition to Theta Tau

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Table of Contents

Introductory Letter of Petition……………………………………... pg. 2

Signers (By Class)…………………………………………………. pg. 3-4

Charter List………………………………………………………… pg. 5

Alumni / Member Bios…………………………………………...... pg. 6-14

History of University………………………………………………. pg. 15-16

History of College…………………………………………………. pg. 16-17

History of Colony………………….................................................. pg. 17-19

Professional Development Showcase……………………………... pg. 19-20

Service Showcase………………………………………………….. pg. 20-21

Brotherhood Showcase…………………………………………….. pg. 22-23

Meet our Advisors…………………………………………………. pg. 24

Letters of Recommendation………………………………………... pg. 25-27

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Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau

Professional Engineering Fraternity

James D. Chapman

P.O. Box 783

Huntington, WV 25712

03/06/2015

Michael T. Abraham, Executive Director

Theta Tau Central Office

Theta Tau Professional Engineering

Fraternity

1011 San Jacinto, Suite 205

Austin, TX 78701

Dear Brothers:

April 7th, 2012, as you most certainly know by your presence and efforts, marked the

colonization of Marshall University Theta Tau, the first to exist in West Virginia. Since the

colony was formed, we have initiated our Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta Classes and currently

pledging Spring 2015, our largest spring pledge class to date upon their initiation. We continue

to work thoroughly in establishing a presence at our university while striving for excellence in all

aspects per the fraternity’s purpose. With consistency to the purpose of Theta Tau, we have a

mission to be “A flourishing, college-wide presence that creates opportunities for students to

grow professionally and socially.” We are grateful for all of the help and support by you, our

regional directors, colony director, and local alumni in this process to becoming a chapter. All of

the brothers of the colony are indebted to one other for their hard work in both the fraternity’s

projects and progress on this petition in addition to their support for the anticipated outcome.

With this letter, I present to you the Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau petition for

becoming a chapter.

Sincerely,

James D. Chapman,

Regent and Fundraising Chair

Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau

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We, the members of Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau Professional Engineering

Fraternity do hereby petition the Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity for chapter

status.

We, the undersigned, are all currently enrolled / Alumni in the College

of Engineering at Marshall University, and have no affiliation with any

organization considered to be competitive with Theta Tau. We have met all of the membership

requirements, and the Marshall University Colony has met all requirements necessary to become

a chapter.

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Charter Members

1. Jese Vance

2. Michele Casto

3. Philip R. Hatfield

4. Anita Danielle Nelson

5. Adam Gaskin

6. Elin Fields

7. Kyle B. Merritt

8. Thomas Rice

9. Andrew Aguilar

10. Eli McWho

11. Jessica Meadows

12. Catherine L. Camp

13. Gerald A Rowe II

14. Kristen Bobuk

15. Paul I Picklesimer

16. Leland Johnson

17. Taylor Ross

18. Donavon Steele

19. Alex Kayuha

20. Andrew Mays

21. Austin Doughty

22. Cassandra Drown

23. David Cooper

24. Erick Santana

25. Erinaldo Quintino Junior

26. James Chapman

27. James Evans

28. Jared Preast

29. Joshua Moore

30. Justin Fox

31. Michael Andry

32. Michael Lewis

33. Paige Thewes

34. Stuart Adkins

35. Taylor Lockhart

36. Tyler Hampton

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Alumni Bios

Name Jese Vance

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.59/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2012

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, EWB, PCI, ACI, Aikido Club

Email [emailprotected]

Name Michele Casto

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.93/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2012

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Philip R. Hatfield

Office N/A

Hometown Hurricane, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.66/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2012

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, EWB

Email [emailprotected]

Name Anita Danielle Nelson

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/Student Status Civil Engineering/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email N/A

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Name Adam Gaskin

Office N/A

Hometown South Point, OH

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.33/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Elin Fields

Office N/A

Hometown Dunbar, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering and Japanese/3.5/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2014

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities Gamma Beta Phi, Honors College Student Assoc., John Marshall Scholars, NSCS, Student Activity Programming Board, MU Biology Club-Vice President, PROWL-Planning Board, 4H-All Star

Email [emailprotected]

Name Kyle B. Merritt

Office N/A

Hometown Lesage, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.0/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Thomas Rice

Office N/A

Hometown South Point, OH

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.9/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

mailto:[emailprotected]

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Name Andrew Aguilar

Office N/A

Hometown Washington D.C.

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.55/Graduate

Graduation Date December 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Eli McWhorter

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/Student Status Civil Engineering/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email N/A

Name Jessica Meadows

Office N/A

Hometown Glenwood, WV

Major/Student Status Civil Engineering/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email N/A

Name Catherine L. Camp

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.84/Graduate

Graduation Date December 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE

Email [emailprotected]

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Name Gerald A. Rowe II

Office N/A

Hometown Ponchatoula, LA

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.95/Graduate

Graduation Date December 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities MU Gaming Club, WEL Lab Technician

Email [emailprotected]

Name Kristen Bobuk

Office N/A

Hometown Belle Vernon, PA

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.3/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities ∆O Treasure, SAME, ASCE, ISEP Ambassador, MU Marching/Prep Band

Email [emailprotected]

Name Paul I. Picklesimer

Office N/A

Hometown Williamson, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.32/Graduate

Graduation Date December 2013

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities ALEF President

Email [emailprotected]

Name Leland Johnson

Office N/A

Hometown Cross Lanes, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.90/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2014

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities Same, ASCE Fundraising chair, ASCE Concrete Canoe Captain, Phi Kappa Phi Member, Honors College

Email [emailprotected]

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Name Taylor Ross

Office N/A

Hometown Kenova, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/4.0/Graduate

Graduation Date May 2014

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Donavon Steele

Office N/A

Hometown Ona,WV

Major/Student Status Mechanical engineering/ 3.33/Full time

Graduation Date May 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities ASME, AIAA, Hockey Team

Email [emailprotected]

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Member Bios

Name Alex Kayuha

Office N/A

Hometown Hurricane, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.5/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 12018

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Andrew Mays

Office Recruitment Chair

Hometown Beckley, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.31/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2018

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Austin Doughty

Office Brotherhood Chair

Hometown Charleston, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.4/Full Time

Graduation Date May 2018

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Cassandra Drown

Office N/A

Hometown Huntington, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.70/Full Time

Graduation Date May 2016

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, ASCE Concrete Canoe, ASCE Steel Bridge,

Email [emailprotected]

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Name David Cooper

Office N/A

Hometown Bluefield, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.50/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2015

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME President, ASCE President, ASCE Steel Bridge, National Society of Colligate Scholars

Email [emailprotected]

Name Erick Santana

Office N/A

Hometown Porteirinha,MG - Brazil

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.39/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date Dec 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Erinaldo Quintino Junior

Office N/A

Hometown Arapiroca, AL – Brazil

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.00/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date Dec 2018

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name James Chapman

Office Regent, Fundraising Chair

Hometown Proctorville, OH

Major/GPA/Student Status Mechanical Engineering/3.14/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree Mechanical Engineering

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, ASCE Concrete Canoe, Gamma Beta Phi, SME

Email [emailprotected]

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Name James Evans

Office Corresponding Secretary

Hometown Beckley, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Mechanical Engineering/3.57/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree Mechanical Engineering

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Jared Preast

Office Risk Management Chair

Hometown Summersville, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Mechanical Engineering/3.0/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date Decemeber 2017

Degree Mechanical Engineering

Campus Activities Marshall University Marching Band

Email [emailprotected]

Name Joshua Moore

Office Web Chair

Hometown Beckley, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Computer Science/3.0/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2018

Degree Computer Science

Campus Activities Society of Black Scholars

Email [emailprotected]

Name Justin Fox

Office N/A

Hometown Hurricane, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/2.37/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2018

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

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Name Michael Andry

Office Historian

Hometown San Antonio, Texas

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.01/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities N/A

Email [emailprotected]

Name Michael Lewis

Office Public Development Chair

Hometown Ona, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Mechanical Engineering/3.43/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree Mechanical Engineering

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, ASCE Concrete Canoe

Email [emailprotected]

Name Paige Thewes

Office Vice Regent, Assistant Pledge Chair, Petition Chair

Hometown Alum Creek, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.50/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities SAME, ASCE, SOCK, Gamma Beta Phi, Friends of the Shelter

Email [emailprotected]

Name Stuart Adkins

Office Treasure

Hometown Barboursville, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.13/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities Kappa Sigma Fraternity

Email [emailprotected]

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Name Taylor Lockhart

Office Pledge Chair

Hometown Proctorville, OH

Major/GPA/Student Status Mechanical Engineering/2.8/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree Mechanical Engineering

Campus Activities Pi Kappa Phi, Chemistry Lab Assistant

Email [emailprotected]

Name Tyler Hampton

Office Service Chair

Hometown Kenova, WV

Major/GPA/Student Status Civil Engineering/3.25/Full Time

Expected Graduation Date May 2017

Degree BSE (Civil)

Campus Activities ASCE,NSCS,BCM

Email [emailprotected]

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History of Marshall University

Nestled among the mountains along the Ohio River, is a city whose size is

small by most standards. In the middle of this city lies a university. The Marshall

Academy was founded in 1837 by

William Buffington, James Holderby, and

John Laidley and named after the eighth

Supreme Court Justice and a close friend

of Laidley, John Marshall. In the spring

of 1961, Marshall College, after 124 years,

was finally granted the title of university.

Our university like many others has faced tragedy. In 1970, a plane carrying

Marshall coaches, players, and many fans crashed leaving our university and our

community lost. From this tribulation and many others, we have grown from the

small academy, risen from the ashes, reestablished ourselves and our community,

and have become the university we are today: a thriving vein of Huntington. We

are… Marshall.

Traditions: In the heart of campus is what students have dubbed “The Fountain.”

This landmark is the memorial of the seventy five people lost in the 1970 Marshall

Football plane crash. This fountain which flows with movement is silenced every

year on November 14 on the crash’s anniversary

Affiliation: The We Are

Marshall movie is based off

of the plane crash that

claimed the lives of 75

Marshall University football

coaches, players, and fans in

1970.

Established: 1837; named

after the eighth Supreme

Court Judge, John Marshall.

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Locations: Marshall University has two locations. The heart of Marshall lies on

One John Marshall Drive in Huntington while its smaller branch is located in

South Charleston near the West Virginia capital.

Enrollment: 9,889 Undergraduate students and 3,430 Postgraduate students

Diversity: Multicultural students represent approximately 15.4% (based on Fall

2013 Huntington campus enrollment)

Degree Programs: Marshall University offers over 50 fields of study for an

undergraduate along with various masters and doctoral programs. With the

addition of the Weisberg Family Engineering Complex, additional informational,

technology, and engineering related programs will soon be offered.

Calendar: Fall Semester begins just before the leaves change in late August and

ends mid-December; Spring Semester begins mid-January after the New Year and

ends in early May. Summer courses are offered during the time between May and

August and are divided into three sessions.

Cost: For 2014-2015, the cost of tuition, fees, room and board for West Virginia

residents is $19,226. The cost for a non-resident is $27,146.

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History of College of

Information Technology and Engineering

The first picture is our current Weisberg Engineering Complex and the second is what the new Arthur Weisberg

Family Applied Engineering Complex will look like when it is finished June 2015.

In 2007, Marshall University revived its four-year engineering program, by

opening the Weisberg Engineering Complex. This provided students with the

opportunity to undergo a B.S. in Engineering with a Civil emphasis. Marshall

currently holds a 92.3% participation rate on the FE exam and holds an 86.2%

average passing rate over the national average of 76%. Through the years

organizations such as SAME, ASCE, and the Fraternity of Theta Tau have

provided students with the opportunity to participate in professional organization

within their major.

In the upcoming 2015 Fall Semester the new 141,025 square feet Arthur

Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex is set to open. The construction of

this new state of the art facility is going to provide students with the opportunity to

pursue majors in Mechanical, Electrical, and many more engineering based majors.

By adding this new state of the art complex and expanding the College of

Information Technology and Engineering, this will allow Marshall University to

continue to grow. In return allowing Theta Tau a better opportunity to gain more

interest amongst students and continue to grow.

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History of the Marshall Colony

Initiation of the Colony on April 7, 2012

In the spring of 2012, an engineering student by the name of Kristen Bobuk

of Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia began a search for an

organization that had the ability to foster her growth as an engineer as well as

benefit her socially. As the future first colony regent explored her opportunities as

an engineering student, she discovered that several professional engineering

societies already existed on Marshall’s campus but those societies did not have the

capability to help her become more socially engaged with other engineering

students. After expanding her search, Kristen discovered the Professional

Engineering Fraternity of Theta Tau. Theta Tau was a perfect fit for what Kristen

was looking for and she knew that many of her fellow students would be eager to

follow.

To gauge interest, Kristen held a preliminary meeting where she was

surprised to find 15 additional students who shared her same interests. For the time

being, these students operated under the name Delta Rho Delta Theta. Kristen and

these additional 15 students would later become the official members of our

Founding Class. Kristen moved forward by emailing Theta Tau’s central office and

informing them that Marshall University had a group of proactive students ready to

get to work. She was able to coordinate a meeting with Theta Tau’s Executive

Director, Mr. Abraham and initiated the procedure for becoming an official colony

of Theta Tau at Marshall University.

Mr. Abraham came to Marshall’s campus and held an informational meeting

for all interested engineering students. At this meeting the students adopted bylaws

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and officially began their journey to becoming the Marshall University Colony of

Theta Tau. The group continued the process by electing temporary officers and

then set a weekly meeting time. After speaking with deans and professors, Kristen

was pleased to discover that Dr. Betsy Dulin had agreed to become the colonies

academic advisor. Dr. Dulin recently took a job outside of Marshall University and

therefore the current faculty advisor is Dr. Richard Begley and Dr. Gregory

Michaelson.

On April 7, 2012 16 students were officially initiated as the Marshall

University Colony of Theta Tau. Since then the colony has added 36 additional

members to the roster. We currently have 18 active members, 18 alumni, and seven

potential members.

Since becoming a colony, the existing group of students have worked

endlessly to improve themselves, not only as engineers, but as representatives of

Theta Tau. The group currently shines as one of the engineering department’s

brightest symbols of growth and opportunity. The colony has been able to provide

countless services for its members and has ultimately forged a strong bond of

fraternal fellowship that is visibly evident to all Marshall engineering students and

faculty. The members of this colony have developed and maintained a high

standard of professional interest but have also found many ways to balance this

professional interest with social and service accomplishments, all while remaining

dedicated to the overall mission and purpose of Theta Tau. Based on the above

history, it is unmistakable that these members will remain an essential piece of

Marshall University for as long as Theta Tau is present on this campus.

As Theta Tau at Marshall University continues we plan to further our

presence on campus by obtaining a permanent headquarters in the Arthur Weisberg

Family Applied Engineering Complex which is set to open in June 2015. We also

have a great chance to expand as we are currently the only organization for the

Mechanical engineering students. We have recently allowed two computer Science

majors in and foresee the other majors in the College of Information Technology

and Engineering to become more interested as we promote the fraternity and gain a

permanent headquarters.

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Professional Development Showcase

Being a part of the three pillars of Theta Tau, our colony here at Marshall

University takes Professional Development very seriously. We try to incorporate

events into each semester which not only help develop professionalism now as

college students, but those skills that will shape and mold a well-rounded engineer

that our future alumni will possess when they move on into the workplace.

In some cases our colony has brought in local professionals to give

presentations on what it’s like in the work place. On one instance two marines

came to Marshall, where they gave a seminar on leadership and integrity. Another

event included Leo Arbaugh from the US Army Corps of Engineers, where he

talked to us about the importance of their jobs

and what roles somebody would perform if

they worked for the Corps.

In addition to bringing in local

professionals, our colony has recently got

involved with the Career Services department

here at Marshall. Every fall they hold an

etiquette dinner, where somebody will teach

you all the dos and don’ts that will take place

over a professional meal. The employees over at Career Services have also set up

resume workshop where they help us sharpen our resume and develop something a

little more presentable for a real job.

One of our most interesting events

was when we toured Eastern Vault Precast

Concrete, located in Princeton West

Virginia. Here we were shown the facilities

and talked a lot about the different types of

concrete used on site. Our colony attended a

tour of Marathon Oil in November as well.

So far this semester we have done a resume

workshop and interview practice workshops.

We look forward to doing more professional events this semester.

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Service Showcase

The Marshall University Colony of Theta Tau is dedicated to helping the tri-

state community. We have partnered with organizations such as The Boy Scouts of

America to provide them with the opportunity to receive an engineering merit

badge and Lily’s Place, a recovery center for infants born addicted to drugs, and

Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter to help abandoned and abused animals.

These outreach programs prove that the members of the Marshall University

Colony of Theta Tau are not afraid to step up to the plate and serve the community.

During the 2013 fall semester, Marshall University hosted a Boy Scout

Merit Badge Day. Our Colony participated in the event by helping the local Boy

Scouts earn engineering merit badges by guiding the scouts around the engineering

lab, demonstrating how the different machines in the lab operated, and providing

hands-on activities that challenged

the scouts’ minds and team building

skill. We have continued to

participate in Merit Badge Day

every year and it has been a huge

success.

The Marshall University

Colony of Theta Tau hosted a “Baby

Shower” during the spring semester

of 2014 to collect donations for

Lily’s Place. This local non-profit organization is always in need of items such as

baby clothes, diapers, baby wipes, cleaning supplies, and other materials. The

public was encouraged to attend the event and donate an item to Lily’s Place.

Students, parents, and community members enjoyed the food and games provided

by our Colony. Over one hundred donations were collected during the “baby

shower.” Colony members personally delivered the items to the recovery center the

next day. Helping out the tri-state area has allowed us to accomplish our duty to

service as well as bond in brotherhood.

A new tradition we started is going to the local animal shelter on one Saturday a

month and walking the animals outside. This is the only time during the week that

the animals are able to go outside. We plan on holding a Food and Toy drive to

gather supplies to donate to the shelter.

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Brotherhood Showcase

The Marshall University Colony of Theta

Tau, focuses on Brotherhood events as a way to

bring brothers closer together. These efforts are

made both formally, by scheduling calendared

events during meeting, and informally through

social media platforms, such as Facebook and

GroupMe. Informal events include meeting for

dinner, bowling, tailgating, and more.

The colony's

favorite official event

thus far has been our ugly sweater Christmas get

together and gift exchange. Our colony has done this

for the past two years consecutively, and it has given

our brothers a chance to relax and enjoy good food and

fellowship. We conclude this event by having a gift

exchange, at which we draw numbers out of a bowl

and retrieve the gift with the matching number.

Another successful event was our

recent trip over the summer to a

Cincinnati Red’s game. We

concluded at the end of last semester

that we needed to keep in touch over

long breaks, such as summer break.

Even with most/all of our brothers having a

full summer work schedule we were able to

pull through with two brother hood events. The

Cincinnati Red’s game gave our brothers the

chance to not only relax after a week of work,

but also provided a great opportunity to keep in

touch and pitch ideas for the upcoming

semester. Overall this event was very

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successful in showing us that we should continue keep in touch and schedule

events even over college

breaks.

As part of our social

events, brothers have

participated in multiple

chapter athletic events.

These events included

ultimate Frisbee, soccer,

football, Ping-Pong, corn

hole, and many more. In the Fall intramural Kickball Champions. These events

have generated strong bonds between brothers along with opportunities to generate

future Theta Tau intermural teams, in the upcoming semester.

Our Advisor

Our new advisor Dr. Gregory Michaelson recently came to Marshall University.

Dr. Michaelson received a Bachelor of Science degree from Bluefield State

College in 2009 (where he was named co-

valedictorian) and a Master of Science degree from

West Virginia University in 2010, with an emphasis in

structural engineering. Dr. Michaelson then began

work towards his Doctor of Philosophy degree from

West Virginia University in 2011. In that same year,

he was named a recipient of the National Science

Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship. His

current research interests are focused in the area of

structural engineering and include steel bridge design,

nonlinear finite element modeling, structural stability,

and experimental investigation of structural systems.

Dr. Michaelson has previous fraternity experience with Phi Kappa Gamma and is

eager and ready to guide us as we further Theta Tau at Marshall University.

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