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A Message from the Executive Director
Congratulations to the 2014
William E. Warner Awards Recipients
The Professional Practice Award – Timothy E. Linkenheimer, Psi Chapter
The Undergraduate Student Research Award – Amanda Osbun, Delta Theta Chapter
The Undergraduate Essay Award - Tracee Schiebel, Delta Theta Chapter
The Professional Practice Award – Jason G. Caudill, Beta Nu Chapter
Chapter Award – Gamma Lambda, Ohio Northern University, David L. Rouch Trustee
The Graduate Student Research Award – Nancy Chapko, Theta Chapter
The Undergraduate Student Research Award - Sheena Marston, Gamma Lambda Chapter
The Undergraduate Student Essay Award - Sheena N. Marston, Gamma Lambda Chapter
The Professional Practice Award - Dominick Fazarro, Delta Gamma Chapter
Chapter Award – Alpha Field, Van Nuys, CA
The Professional Practice Award - Arthur W. Lindauer, Alpha Field Chapter
The Graduate Student Research Award - Elnaz Davoudi, Beta Beta Chapter
The Undergraduate Student Research Award - San Chung, Beta Beta Chapter
The Undergraduate Essay Award - Charles Carter, Gamma Nu Chapter
The Professional Practice Award – Vincent Howell
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11/19/2014 » 11/21/2014
EPT Initiation at the ATMAE Conference
Warner Award Applications Due
Attention Trustees: Annual Chapter Reports Due!
EPT Initiation at the ITEEA Conference
Chapter Trustee Reception at the ITEEA Conference
The Leading International Honor Society for Technology
Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions. Epsilon Pi Tau also extends the honor of membership and advancement activities to outstanding practitioners in the technology professions, scholars with exemplary research interests in technology in society and/or persons who have significantly supported or advanced technology professions. All prospective members from these groups must meet Epsilon Pi Tau professional and leadership performance criteria.
In addition to a recognition program that extends through members' careers and beyond, Epsilon Pi Tau continually seeks to serve, support, and strengthen the technology professions through publications, conferences, thought leadership, and alliances with corporations, professional associations, government agencies, and nongovernmental organizations.