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1 Tau Beta Pi FL E Project Reports School Year

2 Fall 2012

3 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 1 Project name: General Meetings Date(s) of Project: 8/20, 10/08, 10/22, 11/05, 11/16 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 4 Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Officer and General meetings that were conducted throughout the semester II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: To organize out chapter activities, assign duties, and plan to accomplish our goals. Meeting minutes for each can be seen on the next pages. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: No cost. Only members needed to attend. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The meetings were all successful. We were able to coordinate a multitude of beneficial activities for the semester. VII. Index of Exhibits: Meeting minutes for each attached VIII. Members in Attendance: Names attached within the meeting minutes

4 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Business Meeting - 08/20/12 Present Members: - Peter Killinger - Karol Chorak - Juan Ramirez - David Cowan - Mike Horvat - Dr. Meeroff Start Time: 7:00pm End Time: 8:30pm Reports: - President: Discuss calendar for school year and assign tasks to individuals - Vice Pres: Discuss convention and assign tasks to individuals - Corresponding Sec: Current communications redacted - Recording Sec: Pass meeting minutes motioned to accept - Treasurer: Need to audit last year s money spent and set budget for this year - Chairs Reports as Needed: Membership Pres, DESS, Applied Scholastics, Fund Raising, Social Chair, Web Master, and Community Service. - Membership Pres: Current statues of and mailing to new recruits, check on digital catalog cards - Fund Raising: Check on getting FE manuals for testing site after upcoming exam (Oct in Miami) - Social Chair: BBQ,,.., and then in the spring Camping,.,. - Web Master: Why is some form of the networking database up yet this is over a year old - Community Service: Boy scout event September 22,..Sept 15, Sept 29

5 - Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Officers Meeting 10/08/12 Present members: - Peter Killinger - David Cowan - Mike Horvat - Karol Chorak - Richard Mijia - Kaly Q. - Mike Doyle - Rebecca Pietrovich - Juan Ramirez Start Time: 6:00pm End Time: 7:20pm Business meeting set the date send out doodle David +Made introductions Induction Richard plus committee help - and Post on website exact list of tasks for inductees to do and dates they are due - Working on getting last minute inductees. - Richard will send out to let inductees know about polishing the bent details and due date. - Get polishing items for both buildings - David will get more polishing supplies - Get all induction materials purchased - Not using mini Bents for this induction, just the ribbon. - Prepare letters to hand deliver to potentials for spring - Have staff/faculty hand out letter to potentials - Get cards to mail to permanent address - HQ Reports Karol and David +Brad Livergood agreed to help out with filing event/project reports, and keeping it organized for the semester. - Get list of reports - Determine what report will take to complete - Set data before due date to complete reports - MindSET Need to be elected +Use outside sources (sororities, education majors) to help out with MindSET. - Identify list of target schools in Palm Beach & Broward County ( Boynton, Riviera, Belle Glade) - Form committee of Tau Bates to team with teaching student from collage of education. - Contact and plan with EDU students - Plan MindSET event for several schools (6) at the end of the semester after finals - Plan at least 3 more MindSet events at that schools for the spring semester - Write up events reports after all events Service Chair Juan

6 - Finish services event for fall ( great job to date) - Beach cleanup event 10/21 - No food supplied for beach cleanup, just water - Golf cart cleanup event 10/27 - Water Sampling service event (Kim Coppock) - Contact her and it will contact for inductee volunteer hour fulfillment - Write up service events report for events to date - Plan 3 service events in the Spring have dates and paper work complete for winter break - Start recruiting current Tau Bates for spring events - Look in to tutoring opportunity at FAU for Underclassmen and or K-12 work with MindSet on this. - Bebergal (CLASS Office) is looking for Engineering Majors to volunteer to do tutor sessions. - Social Chair Kaly - Plan spring camping trip joint venture OK - Instead of the Engineering BBQ (Fall semester) she was thinking of doing a camping trip - Meet your Major event way for freshmen and or prospective students to talk to us and learn about TBP - Have freshman meet with upperclassmen to help them in their college career - Have Dean s office schedule/plan it - Happy hour with local professional event - Work with networking chair on alumni meeting - Networking Chair Mike - Pick date to have event on a Friday, 11/2, 11/3, 11/9, - Work with Juan and Mike on forms and food to make sure date works - Still have to decide on what type of food is wanted for event. Some sort of finger food. Mike will talk to Chartwells to see how pricing is. - Notify HQ of date so they can plan - Notify College of ENG so they can plan - Write what we want to say and send it to HQ for them to send it to Tau Bates - Write additional planning task list with dates delegate as needed - Shirts sponsored by Company - Fund Raising Chair-Kit - Check that the books that we received from PPE have the TBP discount on cost - Sell books for Test - Contact NCEES about the manuals from the test get card from David - Must do this before test on 10/27 - Car wash - Combine with golf cart cleaning on 10/27 - Bake sale - Beach cleanup company sponsor pays per pound or volume. - Old Business: - Bank Account Closed (Karol is Holding Cash) - Going to try and reopen the account.

7 - $ owed to HQ - Karol talked to HQ about Soliciting Funds (HQ says FLE members ok not all local TBP ) - Needs someone to help - New Business: - How do we balance budget - Cords and Stoles To walk stay active in some way (Vote ) - Changing price to $50. - Propose to be just available to Active members. - Add a provision to certain cases when a member may have to take a semester off due to medical reasons, etc. - Ways to stay active - Officer / Advisor - Service commitment per year - Minimal attendance at Business meetings - Re-registration for TBP through FAU - Mike said he would take the Student Organization Training - Insuring we win awards for next year - What do we want TBP FLE to be - Goals for induction (#) - Goals for Service (#) - Process for replacement of Officer/Chair that does not meet obligations - If no positive response from Bert, then a vote will be called to remove him Voting Verbiage for Doodle - Require an active status from induction until graduation in TBP to be eligible to walk with Cords and stoles. Yes No - - Purpose: Tau Beta Pi was founded in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges. - We do not want to prevent anyone with distinguished scholarship from the opportunity that TBP offers but if one only wants TBP as a resume builder and does not want to build a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges they should have only that. The cord and stole shall be reserved for those who show exemplary character and foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges. - - Path ways to active status - Serve as an officer then an advisor for FLE attended minimal of one business meeting per semester. Yes No - Chair a committee chair and attend a minimal of one business meeting per semester. - Yes No - Attend a minimal of three TBP service/social events attend minimal of one business meeting per semester. - Yes No

8 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes General Meeting 10/22/13 Present Members: - Justen Andrade - Peter Killinger - Armand Buono - David Cowan - Ian Anderson Start Time: 5:00pm End Time: 5:40pm - Establish what events are currently being done and discuss the progress. We need to plan out future events and establish dates - Juan is finishing up preparation for golf cart cleaning service event on Saturday 10/27. - Another service event was proposed to help new inductees finish off their requirements. - Strong emphasis on getting TBP members more active and involved with events and officer/chair positions. - - Short presentation on how to implement the Google drive into daily activity for each officer/chair. - David explained the new layout of the drive and how to use it efficiently. - There is a lessons learned section where officers/chairs can used to explain what they did good and what they should have done differently - Officers/chairs should add instructions on how to do their job efficiently for future members to reference. - Peter set up an Active Members contact folder to be used to keep track of current active members and to use when sending out s.

9 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Officers Meeting 11/05/12 Members in attendance: - David Cowan - Karol Chorak - Peter Killinger - Juan Ramirez - Mike Horvat Start Time: 6:00pm End Time: 9:20pm - Establish what events are currently being done and discuss the progress. We need to plan out future events and establish dates - Juan is finishing up preparation for golf cart cleaning service event on Saturday 10/27. - Another service event was proposed to help new inductees finish off their requirements. - Strong emphasis on getting TBP members more active and involved with events and officer/chair positions. - - Short presentation on how to implement the Google drive into daily activity for each officer/chair. - David explained the new layout of the drive and how to use it efficiently. - There is a lessons learned section where officers/chairs can used to explain what they did good and what they should have done differently - Officers/chairs should add instructions on how to do their job efficiently for future members to reference. - Peter set up an Active Members contact folder to be used to keep track of current active members and to use when sending out s.

10 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Post-Induction Meeting 11/16/12 Members in attendance: - Renzo Martinat - Diana Correa - Podchara Supupramai - Daniel Harper - Justin Andrade - Antoine Elasmar - David Myers - Mike Muench - Ian Anderson Start Time: 6:40pm End Time: 7:05pm - Edward Reyes - Aleksandar Stevanovic - Armand Buono - Daniel Meeroff - Daniel Parent - Javad Hashemi - Jhon Valencia - Melissa Morris - Peter Killinger - Rebecca Pietrovich - Stew Baskin - David Cowan - Karol Chorak - Rebecca P. - Dr. Petrei - Steward Baskin - Kelly Ratchinsky - Business meeting set post induction meeting - Made introductions - Review Service flow chart and have inductees stand for committees - Explain officer s positions, Introduce slate, receive nominations. Votes will be taken online via an that will be sent out at a later date and will be included as part of these minutes. - Have slate and nomination introduce themselves. Karol Chorek is stepping down from president due to graduation. David Cowan is now president and vice president position is open Rebecca and Juan are up for election of vice president. Votes will be takin online via an that will be sent out at a later date. Juan gave speech to why he should be vp. Rebecca gave a speech to why she should be vp. Filling of Officer/chair positions: Will need replacements for certain positions at the end of spring 2013 semester. Explained the different officer and chair positions and what they entail. Induction team is needed for the following semesters. New inductees expressed their Ideas on what they would be interested in for spring/fall 2013 semester. David recorded this. There will be a Mind set planned in December. Explained the Cords&Stoles requirements to new inductees.

11 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 2 Project name: Kick-off Engineering BBQ Date(s) of Project: 09/1/12 Project area: Community/ X University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Non-Members: 50 Members: 10 Electees:_5_ (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 0 Participating: 10 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: FL Epsilon joined other FAU Engineering organizations in an event designed for new students to learn about the organizations on campus. In all, an estimated 75 to 100 students came to the event. We cooked food, played soccer, volleyball, swam at the beach and discussed with new recruits and other clubs what TBP is and what we had planned for the rest of the semester. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: To promote our chapter and explain our goals. We also spoke with other engineering organizations about getting MindSET and Boy Scout Merit Badge. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No - Engineering groups in attendance: ASCE, ASME, SNAME, Human Powered Sub team, racecar team, others. IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The chapter pitched in 100 dollars to buy some of the food the treasure went the day before to by this food. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): There was a lot of interest in the upcoming Boy Scout Engineering Merit Badge Workshop. A few engineering students learned about TBP several were invited and inducted later in the year VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: David Cowan, Stewart Baskin, Armond Buono, Attached is a from the planning process

12 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 3 Project name: Engineering Networking and Alumni Event Date(s) of Project: 11/9/12 Project area: Community/ University/ X Profession/ Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: _34 Electees: _3 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 30 Participating: 34 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: This event went from 5 until 8 and consisted of networking time, food, raffle, tour of the LEED building at FAU and a presentation about alumni chapter formation from Curt, the petition for formation of a alumni chapter was also circulated. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This event was to join the TBP FLE chapter with local member s alumni members, in addition to form an alumni chapter. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) _X_ Yes No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Several members coordinated with everyone through . Another members organized food paid for through school funds. Curt, Tricia helped with the communication to alumni members. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): We had a fun and formed a alumni chapter shortly after. VII. Index of Exhibits: Attendance sheet attached VIII. Members in Attendance: See next page

13 juan salazar FIU 2005 Adrian Luque Florida Epsiilon 2013 Anthony Marcus Epsilon 2011 Joseph Polimeni NJ Gamma 1982 Jeff Greenfield Lambda-Univ. of Pittsburgh 1982 paula christina viala FAU 2013 David FLE 2013 WILORD METELLUS FAU 2013 Debra Liccardi FL Epsilon 2013 Gaelle Garozzo FL Z 2005 Santiago Cardenas Florida Epsilon 2007 Kelly D. Ratchinsky FL-E 2012 Curt Gomulinski MI-E 2001 Maria Carolina Diaz FIU 2006 Jennifer Magnus Gent Florida Atlantic University 2004 Edgar Herbert Callaway, Jr. FL A 1983 Norman L. Brown III Florida Gamma (USF) 1996 Michelle Heethawakage FLQ 2007 Karol Chorak FL-E 2012 Becky Holcomb FL A 2004 Daniel Meeroff FL Beta 2001 Rebecca Pietrovich Florida Epsilon 2014 Elizabeth V Stein Florida Alpha (UF) 2006 Melissa Morris Florida Epsilon 2003 & 2007 Patricia McDaniel TBP HQ 1974 Bilal Assaad FL E 2012 Ricardo Castellanos Florida Epsilon 2013 Richard Vallejo Florida Epsilon Chapter 2014 Stewart Baskin FLE 2013 Ian Anderson Florida Epsilon 2013 Jane S Hirz Tennessee Alpha 1973 Aaron Vazquez FAU 2012 James M. Keba Georgia Tech 1977 Kalynina Queiroz FAU 2013 Renzo Martinat Florida Epsilon 2014 Alexis Kiever Florida Epsilon 2013 Jerrilyn (Jerry) Engelbrecht WI - GAMMA 1982 Justin Andrade Florida Epsilon 2015 Stephen Rosenbaum Illinois Alpha 1964 Spring Daniel Parent Florida Epsilon 2014

14 Curt at Bent at New Engineering Building before event Polished bent raffled at event

15 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 4 Project name: Book Sale Date(s) of Project: 11/01/12 Project area: _X Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 4 Electees: 0 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 6 Participating: 8 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: We organized and held a book sale with FE Reference manuals and Prep guides went to all Fundamental of engineering classes. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: To raise money for our chapter's activities, and promote the idea of licensure in the college of engineering. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Volunteers were needed to stand at the to go to classes and sell books. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): We sold 30 engineering books from $5-$10each, and made about $ (not including the dimes that one student paid with...). We also had our Tau Beta Pi sign at the table, so people were able to talk to us about the organization while we stood there. VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan, David, Karol, Mike Doyle

16 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 5 Project name: Boy Scout Badge Event Date(s) of Project: 9/22/12 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 3 Electees: 5 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 15 Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: At this event we assisted the boy scouts in completing some of the requirements for their engineering merit badge that would otherwise be difficult to accomplish. These requirements include meeting with a Professional Engineer, learning about six different engineering disciplines, and apply basic engineering skills to hands-on activities using MindStorm Legos. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Our goal with this event was to get the kids to develop an interest in engineering. We like to give back to the community and keep up Tau Beta Pi s high reputation. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Our chapter provided pizza and drinks for the volunteers at $40. We also purchased batteries for the MindStorm Lego kits for $10. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): We had approximately 25 boy scouts show up, three guest speakers (Dr. Hashemi, Dr. Yong, Steve Foley), eight volunteers, and many parents and scout leaders supporting. We were given positive feedback afterwards on how much the kids loved the presentations, and hands-on activities. It was a very successful event! VII. Index of Exhibits: Attendance sheet attached VIII. Members in Attendance: Stewart Baskin, David Cowan, Juan Ramirez IX. Electees in Attendance: Renzo Martinat, Diana Correa, Justin Andrade, David Myers, Mike Muench

17 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 6 Project name: Beach Clean-up Date(s) of Project: 10/21/12 Project area: X Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 2 Electees: 3 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: In place of a cancelled MindSET session, the electees cleaned a local beach to fulfill their required community service hours. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This gave the electees a chance to meet with officers and talk about plans for next year. It is also good to show the upcoming members that even if one service project gets cancelled, that there is always something else that can be done to help the community. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Supplies were available within the office because our chapter has done beach cleanups before. The only expense was for bottles of water at $10. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a beautiful morning at the beach and everyone enjoyed being out in the sun. Two groups split off and walked a mile down the beach in each direction cleaning whatever garbage they found. Gloves were provided. Sadly, the beaches get totally destroyed in South Florida because people don t pick up after themselves. It was nice to make the beach nice and clean again. VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan Ramirez, Rebecca Pietrovich IX. Electees in Attendance: Antoine Elasmar, Marlando Laud, Ian Anderson

18 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 7 Project name: Golf-Cart Cleaning Date(s) of Project: 10/27/12 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 2 Electees: 3 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 1 Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: In an effort to assist the College of Computer Science, the faculty, and staff at the Dean s Office we volunteered to clean the College s golf-carts since they were extremely dirty. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This gave the electees a chance to meet with officers and talk about plans for next year. It was also a different way of getting involved and giving back to the university as well as keeping good relations with professors and staff within the College of Engineering and Computer Science. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Supplies were lent to us from the lab manager. The only expense was for bottles of water at $5. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great day outside and we had a great time washing and cleaning the golf carts while talking. The staff were very appreciative with the work we did. VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan Ramirez, Rebecca Pietrovich IX. Electees in Attendance: Aaron Hearnz, Aaron Vasquez, Edward Reyes

19 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 8 Project name: Engineering Family Fun Day Date(s) of Project: 11/3/12 Project area: X Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 2 Electees: 2 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: This is an annual event organized by the Society of Women Engineers. We had a few Tau Bates and electees volunteer at the event. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This event was about teaching the young kids about many disciplines of engineering through ten different hands-on activities, such as creating a lemon battery, a bottle rocket, and a wind mill, to name a few. These are great ways to give back to the community and motivate young students to pursue careers in the STEM fields. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No Society of Women Engineers IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Society of Women Engineers organized the event. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great experience for all of us. We met many people and got to know the electees better. Each of the tents for the activities had a few volunteers and an engineer that was in charge. Both of our electees met a civil engineer that is manager of the company he works for and they spoke for a while and exchanged contact information afterwards. So it was a great networking experience for them and they got to see how Tau Beta Pi can open doors for them. VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan Ramirez, Stewart Baskin IX. Electees in Attendance: Daniel Harper, Podchara Supupramai

20 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 9 Project name: National Convention Date(s) of Project: 09/27/12-09/30/12 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ _X_ Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 1 Electees: 0 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 10 Participating: 3 days DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Tau Beta Pi National Convention. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Our FLE chapter delegate, David Cowan, voted on issues, met other Tau Bates from across the country, served on the MindSET committee as a chair, and had a great time! III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Tau Beta Pi covered Travel expenses for the delegate to travel and attend the convention. V. Special Problems: Lost clothing on trip other tau bates retrieved in Chicago for me. VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): Convention was successful. Items were voted on, committees were attended, people were met, and fun was had. VII. Index of Exhibits: Group Photo Attached. David can be seen in circle.

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23 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 10 Project name: MindSET Paper airplane Date(s) of Project: 12/14/12 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Non Members: 44 Members: 6 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 10 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Florida' Epsilon's chapter of Tau Beta Pi conducted a MindSET Session on December 14th, It targeted third graders, and used airplane production module. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: The MindSET program was specifically designed to increase the awareness of engineering and applied mathematics in today's K-12 students. The goal of this program is to have more engineering and science majors graduating in the United States. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No - The event was organized by David Cowan (President, MindSET Liason) and Anthony Marcus (MindSET Chair). The was conducted at JFK charter School in Lake Worth, Florida. IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The event cost the chapter $60.00 and is going to be filed as a requested by the MindSET grant. This project had 10 volunteers working on it. V. Special Problems: No special problems were present at this activity. Everyone contributed their equal share and succeeded. VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The project was an overall success, with all of the students enjoying the activities and embracing the concepts presented to them. The Students were introduced to fraction and decimal as part of the modules which is the first topic when they return from break. VII. Index of Exhibits: Pictures Attached VIII. Members in Attendance: David Cowan, Ivan Bertaska, Juan Ramirez, Anthony Marcus Paula Viala

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28 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 11 Project name: Fall 2012 Induction Ceremony and Banquet Date(s) of Project: 11/16/12 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 21 Electees: 11 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 30 Participating: 7 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Our officers oversaw the induction ceremony for the Fall 12 group. This was followed by our banquet at a local restaurant. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Bringing new members into our chapter is our number one objective. The banquet following is great to allow everyone to celebrate another successful semester. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The induction ceremony was free, and 7 officers were used to oversee the ceremony. The banquet following was $550 for members and electees to dine. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The induction ceremony was held successfully and without incident. FLE brought in 11 new members. This number was less than expected, but more work will be put in next semester to increase our membership stats. VII. Index of Exhibits: Photographs attached VIII. Members in Attendance: Dr. Petrie, Dr. Meeroff, Rebecca Petrovick, Kelly Rechinsky, Steward Baskin, Peter Killinger, David Cowan, Karol Chorak, Juan Ramirez, Armon Buono. IX. Electees in Attendance: Renzo Martinat Diana Correa, Daniel Harper, Justin Andrade, Ian Anderson, Edward Reyes, Aleksandar Stevanovic, Podchara Supupramai, Antoine Elasmar, David Myers, Mike Muench

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35 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 12 Project name: General Meetings Date(s) of Project: 1/17, 2/6, 2/14, 3/11, 3/14, 4/19 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 4 Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Officer and General meetings that were conducted throughout the semester II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: To organize out chapter activities, assign duties, and plan to accomplish our goals. Meeting minutes for each can be seen on the next pages. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: No cost. Only members needed to attend. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The meetings were all successful. We were able to coordinate a multitude of beneficial activities for the semester. VII. Index of Exhibits: Meeting minutes for each attached VIII. Members in Attendance: Names attached within the meeting minutes

36 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Business Meeting - 01/17/13 Present Members: - Peter Killinger - Logan Furr - Renzo Martinat - David Cowan - Daniel Harper Start Time: 5:11pm End Time: 6:30pm Discussed our calendar and events that are laid out for the current semester. o Asking members to attend at least 2 events for the semester o Science Olympiad is coming up on Feb 16 Need Officers and chairs to sign up for office hours o Great place to do HW o Answer questions about TBP o Tutor students in various engineering classes that you feel comfortable tutoring in Looking for about 3 people to fill the Mindset co-chairs o Gave a description on what Mindset is and its purpose TBP Pre-professional scholarship o Up to $100 per student for 6 students (1 from each department ) o Get there name on a plaque in the Engineering Building Looking for members to fill upcoming officer and chair positions for Fall semester Goal for upcoming inductees is to get 100% of eligible juniors to join TBP

37 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Officers Meeting 02/06/13 Present members: - Peter Killinger - David Cowan - Mike Horvat - Rebecca Pietrovich - Juan Ramirez Start Time: 7:00pm End Time: 8:00pm Treasurers Report (Mike Horvat ) (10 Min) o Current account balances $177 in account $160 owed to HQ o Projection of expenses Get 2 pizzas for General Meetings, try and get ice from Coyote Jacks o Problems with funding programs Recording Secretary Report (Rebecca Pietrovich ) (10 Min) o Scholarship program progress o EF Sessions o Problems needing correction Corresponding Secretary (Peter Killinger ) (10 Min) o Eligibility reporting progress Report is finished, David will double check it o Membership participation 11 new inductees so far 2 juniors 8 seniors 1 grad student o list updates Active members list has been updated along with the professor contact list o Old Business Vice President Report (Juan Ramirez ) (15 Min) o General operation report o Induction progress 6 people signed for science Olympiad. Everything running smoothly at this point o Problems needing correction Getting printer and key access (lockbox) for Juan and Peter. Presidents Report (David Cowan ) (10 Min) o Current goals of organization Scholarships Get professors to donate to the Scholarship fund Induction Attendance Keep working on the juniors and trying to get them all, along with the seniors who are about to graduate. Send s to our own disciplines.

38 o Juan: EE o David: ME o Renzo: CE o Peter: CoE o Becca: OE Membership Participation Mindset Need to find a member to take up the mindset chair o New Business Setting up a test bank for students to use as a resource for their classes. Juan, David, and Peter are all for it. Next Busineess meeting agenda E-week o Sign up sheet Mindset EF sessions Progress on induction Test Bank o Summary of meeting

39 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes General Meeting 02/14/13 Present Members: Justen Andrade Logan Furr Peter Killinger Armand Buono David Cowan Ian Anderson Start Time: 5:00pm End Time: 5:40pm General Update (15 Min) o Current account balances $17 in account after money owed to HQ COSO ~1500 o Projection of expenses COSO ~1400 o Scholarship program progress Got approval from Dr. Z Wording of award is now being worked on o EF Sessions half done this semester Session for Spring break will be rescheduled o Eligibility reporting finished o Membership participation 25 new inductees so far Science Olympiad. ( 2/16/13) contact Antoine Elasmar New Business (25 min) o Bowling Night s at Strikes $1 for shoes, $1 per game Planned for Monday March 18 th 9pm o End of the year BBQ at Spanish River Park Planned for April 20 th (day after induction) This will get the new inductees involved Use COSO funds for supplying food o Camping trip at Quite Water s Park Justin Andrade will look into group rates and other details o Setting up a test bank for students to use as a resource for their classes. Place were students can go to get practice exams for studying o E-week Sign up sheet o Science Olympiad. ( 2/16/13) contact Antoine Elasmar o Mindset Need to find a member to take up the mindset chair we have 5 schools that want to do events and will come to FAU to do them. Summary of meeting (10 min)

40 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Officers Meeting 03/11/13 Members in attendance: - David Cowan - Peter Killinger - Juan Ramirez - Mike Horvat Start Time: 9:06pm End Time: 10:20pm Boy Scout Event o David Cowan contacted David Sunderman to set up a Boy Scout event o Suggested for March 30th Mindset o Suggested dates: April 9 th or May 3 rd -13 th o Need volunteers 8am noon Need at least 8 constant people there the whole time Beach Cleanup o Suggested for March 16 th or 23 rd EF o Session planned for April 6 th Scholarship o Get scholarship program back from Becca so we can get it finished and ready for the fall. Officer Positions o Need to find replacements for Officer positions and chairs. Possible Officers: Corresponding Secretary - Ahmad Treasurer - Melissa President - Juan Ramirez Recording Secretary - Antoine Elasmar Vice President - Renzo Mind Set Mateo Duenas Scholarship EF sessions FAU liaison Ian has it up to the end of fall Social Char Funding chair Daniel Parent Fall Convention o Juan and Renzo proposed an interest in going Business meeting this week o Mind Set 6-8 people

41 o Leadership positions o Juan will get the pizza Banking Account o $ in account o $188 owed to HQ Induction o Changing the banquet to on campus instead of having it off-campus In DaVinci room with Chartwells catering $20 or more as a budget per person, depending on how much we get from COSO o Proposing to attend Emergency funding meeting to ask for more funds for Banquet. End of year BBQ o April 20 th o 10am-2pm Summary of meeting

42 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes General Meeting 03/14/13 Members in attendance: - Peter Killinger - David Cowan - Mike Muench - Ian Anderson - Melissa Fichera - Armand Buono Start Time: 5:06pm End Time: 5:33pm Boy Scout Event (10 min) o David Cowan contacted David Sunderman to set up a Boy Scout event o Suggested for March 30 th o Will take place in Engineering East Mindset (10 min) o Pushed from end of Spring 2013 Semester to Fall 2013 semester o Need volunteers 8am noon Need at least 8 constant people there the whole time o Teaming up with College of Education Dean will be sending an out to education majors David will order more cords and stoles for Tau Bates graduating this semester (Spring 2013) Beach Cleanup (5 min) o Suggested for March 16 th or 23 rd o David will see if any inductees are interested in a beach cleanup this Sunday (March 17 th ) EF (5 min) o Session planned for April 6 th Officer Positions (20 min) o Need to find replacements for Officer positions and chairs. Induction o Looking to have Induction banquet on campus this semester, to cut down cost o Asking professors who are TBP to come to Induction to encourage new inductees End of year BBQ (10 min) o April 20 th 10am-2pm o Try and team with IEEE to have a joint BBQ Peter will contact Justin Andrade to find out the status of the Bowling night March 18 th o As of now it is planned for this Monday night March 18 th Summary of meeting

43 Tau Beta Pi Meeting Minutes Post-Induction Meeting 04/19/13 Members in attendance: - Aaron Vazquez - Adrian Desilva - Adrian Luque - Ahmad Rabbani - Aimee Hanley - Anthony Marcus - Armand Buono - Bassem Alhalabi - Cameron Trepeck - Daniel Caycho - Daniel Meeroff - Daniel Parent - Edgar An Emmanuel Caicedo - Ethan Hearne - Felipe Carvalho - Fernando Pleitez - Francisco Martinez - Ivan Gerasimovich Start Time: 6:40pm End Time: 7:05pm - Jacob Rose - Jairo Assis - Jared Lee - Javad Hashemi - Jhon Valencia - Jonathan Murphy - Jorge Martinez - Jose A. Garcia - Juan Ramirez - Julian Garzon - Justin Andrade - Lei Zheng - Luis cortes - Madasamy Arockiasamy - Malissa Augustin - Marcello ferri - Mateo Dueñas - Maximilian Pionzio - Melissa Morris - Michael Lima - Mike muench - Navardo Henry - Oge Marques - Peter Killinger - Rebecca Pietrovich - Reid Richardson - Renzo Martinat - Richard vallejo - Roland Rodriguez - Sadrac Blanc - Sonia Angel - Stephanie Sullivan - Steven Gann - Stew Baskin - Sudesh Jaggernauth - Theodore Bruney - Theodore Schloss Business meeting set post induction meeting Made introductions o Review Service flow chart and have inductees stand for committees o Explain officer s positions, Introduce slate, receive nominations. Votes will be taken online via an that will be sent out at a later date and will be included as part of these minutes. o Have slate and nomination introduce themselves. Filling of Officer/chair positions: There will be a Mindset planned for May 2 if possible. Explained the Cords&Stoles requirements to new inductees.

44 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 13 Project name: Science Olympiad Date(s) of Project: 2/16/13 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 4 Electees: 11 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: This is an event where students from middle and high school compete in a wide variety of different events. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: To Tau Bates this event was about supporting the critical thinking and creativity that these bright young middle and high school students are demonstrating. Some of the events included mousetrap cars, robot arms, magnetic levitation vehicles, and many more. The Science Olympiad is a competition that starts between schools locally, then on a district level, then regional level (which is the event FAU was hosting). Promoting the STEM fields to young students is one of our main objectives and because of this it was a successful event. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No FAU College of Science IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The College of Science organized the event. We had numerous Tau Bates and electees assist in being event assistants and liaisons for the schools. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): Many of the new electees got to know each other better. Everyone enjoyed the event, the middle and high school students said they had a blast, and the organizers were very appreciative of Tau Beta Pi s volunteering. We now remain in close contact with the director that oversees the Science Olympiads about new ways to volunteer and help drive young kids to pursue engineering careers.

45 VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan Ramirez, Stewart Baskin, Anthony Marcus, Rebecca Pietrovich IX. Electees in Attendance: Jairo Assis, Theodore Bruney, Mateo Duenas, Steven Gann, Ethan Hearne, Navardo Henry, Jared Lee, Jorge Martinez, Maximilian Pionzio, Reid Richardson, Theodore Schloss

46 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 14 Project name: Engineers Week Pre-College Day Date(s) of Project: 2/19/13 Project area: X Community/ X University/ X Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 6 Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 10 Participating: 5 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: The College of Engineering at FAU celebrated E-Week with a variety of different events. It was only natural for them to enlist the services of our chapter to help with planning, organizing, and running things. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Giving some volunteer hours to the Engineering Department is a great way to show them our dedication to the college. We are happy to help them plan events, and our members are always reliable workers. Also, they gave us a nicely sized and very accessible office on the first floor of the new green engineering building at FAU; that s a nice incentive to help them wherever needed. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No - FAU Department of Engineering Student Services (DESS) IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Six members were needed to plan the event and help with a variety of tasks. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The members involved first needed to attend a few meetings to plan the events for the week. Tuesday was a fun day with Middle and High School students from the Palm Beach County area. They got to enjoy tours of the engineering buildings, hear

47 from our professors about the fun life of engineers, and participate in small activities. Tau Bates provided help in all of these areas, especially the tours. VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members In Attendance: Stewart Baskin, Debra Liccardi, Juan Ramirez, Michael Horvat, Peter Killinger, Bilal Assaad

48 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 15 Project name: Beach Clean-up Date(s) of Project: 3/30/13 Project area: X Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 3 Electees: 17 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: In place of a cancelled Boy Scout Badge Event, the electees cleaned a local beach to fulfill their required community service hours. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This gave the electees a chance to meet with officers and talk about plans for next year. It is also good to show the upcoming members that even if one service project gets cancelled, that there is always something else that can be done to help the community. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Supplies were available within the office because our chapter has done beach cleanups before. The only expense was for bottles of water at $10. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a beautiful morning at the beach and everyone enjoyed being out in the sun. Two groups split off and walked a mile down the beach in each direction cleaning whatever garbage they found. Gloves were provided. Sadly, the beaches get totally destroyed in South Florida because people don t pick up after themselves. It was nice to make the beach nice and clean again.

49 VII. Index of Exhibits: None VIII. Members in Attendance: Juan Ramirez, David Cowan, Antoine Elasmar IX. Electees in Attendance: Sonia Angel, Sadrac Blanc, Emmanuel Caicedo, Felipe Carvalho, Daniel Caycho, Luis Cortes Coy, Jose Garcia, Julian Garcia, Ivan Gerasimovich, Aimee Hanley, Sergio Martinez, Jorge Martinez, Jonathan Murphy, Ahmad Rabbani, Jacob Rose, Stephanie Sullivan, Jhon Valencia

50 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 16 Project name: Boy Scout Badge Event Date(s) of Project: 4/13/13 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 4 Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 15 Participating: 6 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: At this event we assisted the boy scouts in completing some of the requirements for their engineering merit badge that would otherwise be difficult to accomplish. These requirements include meeting with a Professional Engineer, learning about six different engineering disciplines, and apply basic engineering skills to hands-on activities using MindStorm Legos. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Our goal with this event was to get the kids to develop an interest in engineering. We like to give back to the community and keep up Tau Beta Pi s high reputation. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Our chapter provided subs and drinks for the volunteers at $30. We also purchased batteries for the MindStorm Lego kits for $10. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): We had approximately 8 boy scouts show up, three one speaker (Dr. Su), four volunteers, and many parents and scout leaders supporting. We were given positive feedback afterwards on how much the kids loved the presentations, and hands-on activities. The kids seemed to enjoy the lecture and activity on circuits and batteries. Overall it was a very successful event!

51 VII. Index of Exhibits: Attendance sheet attached VIII. Members in Attendance: David Cowan, Juan Ramirez, Daniel Parent, Antoine Elasmar IX. Electees in Attendance:

52 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 17 Project name: EF Group Process Date(s) of Project: 1/19/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Members: 5 electees: 0 Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 2 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Course presented by a Tau Beta Pi facilitator, in which students were shown how to work in groups. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Give students the opportunity to enhance our soft skills not learned in classes. Promote our chapter within the FAU community by providing free workshops. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Needed one student to organize and set up the event. FAU paid for lunch for everyone. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great workshop where everything went smoothly and students were energetic. This was our first session of the semester, goal was to achieve all five session in the Spring Semester. 34 people signed up and we had 15 come. VII. Members in Attendance: Rebecca Pietrovich, Marco Canino, Stew Baskin, Jonah Kilpatrick, and David Cowan

53 EF Group Process - January 19th Present Name Michael Lima Sajjad Abazari Aghdam james coissy Present Sifat Islam Rebecca Pietrovich Neil Coffman Ola Ajaj Present Sergei Dines Maria Minan Robert Nelson Present Enel Jean-Juste Deon Medwynter Theresa McEndarfer Present Ali Fazelpour tim wehage Present Bianca Mesa Malissa Augustin Present Thomas Sonderman Matthew Lawrence Present Reid Richardson Roger Arcaya Present Stewart Baskin Ivelin Yuriev Present Hermane Etienne Steven Gann Jonathan Murphy Present Kendall Johnson Ricardo Castellanos Present Jonah Kilpatrick Present Marco Canino Janie Present Kelly Dos Santos Danielle Kolber Present Gabriela Espinal Present David Cowan

54 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 18 Project name: EF People Skills Date(s) of Project: 2/2/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Members: 5 electees: 0 Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 2 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Course presented by a Tau Beta Pi facilitator, in which students were shown how to interact with other people using interpersonal skills. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Give students the opportunity to enhance our soft skills not learned in classes. Promote our chapter within the FAU community by providing free workshops. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Needed one student to organize and set up the event. FAU paid for lunch for everyone. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great workshop where everything went smoothly and students were energetic. This was our second session of the semester, goal was to achieve all five session in the Spring Semester. 30 people signed up and we had 18 come. VII. Members in Attendance: Rebecca Pietrovich, Jonah Kilpatrick, David Cowan, Armand Buono, and Ricardo Castellanos

55 EF People Skills - February 2nd Present Name Present Jonah Kilpatrick Present Sergei Dines Neil Coffman Mahdi Esfahanian Present Roger Arcaya Present Ricardo Castellanos Present Gabriel Espinal parvathalakshmi rajadesingh Nikolaos Markis Alex Morales Felipe Lenz Carvalho Present Nigel McDonald Kendall Johnson Present Thomas Sonderman Pablo Oyuela Present Liam Francis Present Armand Buono Present Michael Noyes Present Rebecca Pietrovich Present Reid Richardson Julius Hurst Adam Abdulhafid Present Jordan Horner Present Enel Jean-Juste John Palomba Ethan Hearne Present David Cowan Present Rick Wharton Present James Coissy

56 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 19 Project name: EF Team Chartering Date(s) of Project: 2/23/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Members: 5 electees: 0 Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 2 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Course presented by a Tau Beta Pi facilitator, in which students were shown how to work in teams. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Give students the opportunity to enhance our soft skills not learned in classes. Promote our chapter within the FAU community by providing free workshops. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Needed one student to organize and set up the event. FAU paid for lunch for everyone. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great workshop where everything went smoothly and students were energetic. This was our third session of the semester, goal was to achieve all five session in the Spring Semester. 23 people signed up and we had 15 come. VII. Members in Attendance: Rebecca Pietrovich, Jonah Kilpatrick, David Cowan, Armand Buono, and Ricardo Castellanos

57 EF Team Chartering - February 23rd Present Name Present Armand Buono Present Ricardo Castellanos Present Gabriel Espinal Present Sifat Islam Jonah Kilpatrick Razvan Chiriac Present Enel Jean-Juste Present Sergei Dines Jairo Assis Hermane Etienne Present Roger Arcaya Muhammad Saleem Present Julian Garzon sebastian manriquez Jordan Horner Present Thomas Sonderman Rick Wharton Present Nigel McDonald Present Liam Francis Present Jonah Kilpatrick Present Reid Richardson Present Rebecca Pietrovich Present David Cowan

58 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 20 Project name: EF Analytical Problem Solving Date(s) of Project: 4/6/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Members: 2 Selectees: 0 Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 2 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Course presented by a Tau Beta Pi facilitator, in which students were shown how to work out different problems. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Give students the opportunity to enhance our soft skills not learned in classes. Promote our chapter within the FAU community by providing free workshops. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Needed one student to organize and set up the event. FAU paid for lunch for everyone. V. Special Problems: Facilitator changed date from originally planned date, setting back our last session. VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great workshop where everything went smoothly and students were energetic. This was our fourth session of the semester, goal was to achieve all five session in the Spring Semester. 25 people signed up and we had 17 come.

59 VII. Members in Attendance: Jonah Kilpatrick, and David Cowan EF Analytical Problem Solving - April 6th Present Name Present Daniel Lozandier Dylan Trotsek Present Muhammad Mudassar Present ROGER ARCAYA Present Ali Fazelpour afazelpo Present Reid Richardson Present Nigel McDonald Nikolaos Markis Present Sergei Dines Giovanni Eugene Louis Lee Chijioke Azuogu Jr Present Enel Jean-Juste Weendell Esthema Present Karen Gonzales Dyllanka Zele Present Jonah Kilpatrick Present david cowan Present Gaby Bitar Present Thomas Sonderman Kevin Flynn Present Liam Francis Present Gabriel Espinal Present Stephenson Richardson Present Kevin Rammedar

60 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 21 Project name: EF Presentation Skills Date(s) of Project: 4/27/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Members: 8 Selectees: 0 Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 2 Participating: 8 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Course presented by a Tau Beta Pi facilitator, in which students were shown how to present in front of a group. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Give students the opportunity to enhance our soft skills not learned in classes. Promote our chapter within the FAU community by providing free workshops. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: Needed one student to organize and set up the event. FAU paid for lunch for everyone. V. Special Problems: Facilitator changed date from originally planned date at previous session, so finding a facilitator before the semester was over was more difficult than normal. Ordering food was also a problem because it was done the morning of the session because 620 Subs did not answer their phone the day before for the food order, it was resolved and all members attending received lunch. Lesson learned: do not leave food order to the last minute. VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): It was a great workshop where everything went smoothly and students were energetic. This was our last session of the semester, achieving our goal to finish all five

61 session in the Spring Semester. We set two times for the session, which worked out well and had most of the people who signed up show up. 28 people signed up and we had 23 come. VII. Members in Attendance: Rebecca Pietrovich, Jonah Kilpatrick, David Cowan, Armand Buono, Marco Canino, Reid Richardson, Ricardo Castellanos, Ramy Abdel-Aal EF Presentation Skills - April 27th Present Name Time Attended Present Armand Buono 9am Present Reid "Tha Bomb" Richardson 9am Present Jonah Kilpatrick 9am Present Sergei Dines 1pm Present Enel Jean-Juste 9am Present Gabriel Espinal 9am Present Muhammad Mudassar 1pm Present ROGER ARCAYA 1pm Present Ricardo Castellanos 9am Present Marco Canino 9am Present Gabriela Bitar 9am Present Ali Fazelpour 9am Present Thomas Sonderman 9am Present Jonathan Solano 9am Present Sifat Islam 1pm Present Nigel McDonald 1pm Present James Philippe 1pm Ben Wiles 9am Steven Gann 1pm Present Andrew Bigby 1pm Present Kevin Ramsundar 1pm Karen Gonzales 1pm Present Ramy Abdel-Aal 1pm Ruben Abreu 1pm Present David Cowan 1pm Steven Gann 1pm Present Rebecca Pietrovich 9am Present Hugh Bennett 1pm

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67 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 22 Project name: Hand delivered invitation to eligible juniors Date(s) of Project: 2/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 4 Electees: 24 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 0 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: The induction committee prepared invitation to hand deliver to eligible FAU juniors. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: By hand delivering invitation to all eligible students at FAU, our chapter hoped to bring in a significant number of new members. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No - FAU College of Engineering IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The College of Engineering provided the schedules to meet students. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The invitation were hand delivered during normal class hours, 11 out of 32 inductees were juniors this compared to a total of 12 inductees in the fall shows that the invitations did have some effect. VII. Index of Exhibits:

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69 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 23 Project name: MindSET Bridges Date(s) of Project: 05/10/13 Project area: X Community/ X University/ Profession/ Chapter/ X Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project: Non Members: 44 Members: 6 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 10 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Florida' Epsilon's chapter of Tau Beta Pi conducted a MindSET Session on May 10th, It targeted third graders, and used Bridge production module. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: The MindSET program was specifically designed to increase the awareness of engineering and applied mathematics in today's K-12 students. The goal of this program is to have more engineering and science majors graduating in the United States. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes X No - The event was organized by David Cowan (President, MindSET Liason) and Anthony Marcus (MindSET Chair). The was conducted at JFK charter School in Lake Worth, Florida. IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The event cost the chapter $70.00 and is going to be filed as a requested by the MindSET grant. This project had 10 volunteers working on it. V. Special Problems: No special problems were present at this activity. Everyone contributed their equal share and succeeded. VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The project was an overall success, with all of the students enjoying the activities and embracing the concepts presented to them. The Students were introduced forces loads, cost and triangles. VII. Index of Exhibits: Pictures Attached VIII. Members in Attendance: David Cowan, Juan Ramirez, Anthony Marcus,Malissa Augustine, Adrian Luque

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73 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 24 Project name: Spring 13 Induction Orientation Meetings Date(s) of Project: 2/06, 2/07, Durign office hours: Monday: 2pm 5pm, Tuesday: 11pm 3pm, Thursday: 1pm 3pm, 4pm 5pm, Friday: 1pm 2pm Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 4 Electees: 24 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 1 Participating: 3 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Meetings designed to introduce potential new members to the requirements of joining and the goals of our chapter. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Bringing new members into the society is the number 1 priority of all chapters. By holding meetings to introduce new potential members, our chapter is able to meet students that are interested in joining our chapter. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: None V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): over 50 potential new members came to find out details about TBP and our chapter. All of the requirements, goals, and benefits for new members were explained thoroughly, and eligible members were able to ask questions about the organization. VII. Index of Exhibits: None

74 VIII. Members in Attendance :Juan, Renzo. Peter, David, Mike IX. Eligible Students in Attendance: Angel, Sonia P. Assis, Jairo C. Augustin, Malissa Blanc, Sadrac Bruney, Theodore O. Caicedo, Emmanuel Carvalho, Felipe L. Caycho, Daniel F. Cortes Coy, Luis F. Duenas, Mateo G. Ferri, Marcello G. Gann, Steven D. Garcia, Jose A. Garzon, Julian Gerasimovich, Ivan Hanley, Aimee K. Hearne, Ethan J. Henry, Navardo S. Lee, Jared B. Lima, Michael C. Martinez Leguizamon, Sergio G. Martinez Rivera, Francisco J. Martinez, Jorge L. Murphy, Jonathan D. Pionzio, Maximilian Rabbani, Ahmad Richardson, Reid Rodriguez, Roland M. Rose, Jacob D. Schloss, Theodore Z.

75 Sullivan, Stephanie N. Valencia, Jhon A. The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 25 Project name: Dean s Forum Date(s) of Project: 4/12/13 Project area: Community/ X University/ Profession/ Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 12 Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 1 Participating: 1 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: Each semester, the Dean of the College of Engineering gives a speech about the engineering departments and answered questions submitted by students. Tau Bates was asked to come so to dean could present chapter awards to past president and members. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Being recognized as a group that knows the concerns of the student body is an honor. The Dean s office thought of our members when organizing the program, and this shows the impact that we ve had on campus over the last two years. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No - FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: None V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): Our members submitted 15 questions on various subjects. Most relevant were questions on budget cuts in the various departments. 11 members attended the forum. VII. Index of Exhibits: None

76 VIII. Members in Attendance: Stewart Baskin, Karol Chorak, Armand Buono, Debra Liccardi, Michael Horvat, Anthony Marcus, Kelly Ratchinsky The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 26 Project name: Officer Transition Meeting Date(s) of Project: 5/13/13 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 9 Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 1 Participating: 2 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: The final meeting of the year in which officers and officers elect met to discuss plans for the next year. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: This meeting allows officers to discuss duties held while in office. This preparation for next year will be beneficial for our chapter because everyone will know what tasks they are to accomplish and what is expected of them over the next year. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The next group of officers confirmed that they would indeed like to run for office for the upcoming school year. Events for the next year were discussed and officer books were transferred to the new group. The election is to be held over the next week, and everyone is all set for the next year. V. Index of Exhibits: Meeting minutes attached, with attendance

77 Agenda Summer 2013 Business Meeting Time: 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 1. Introduction (10 minutes) New Officers: Juan Ramirez President Renzo Martinat Vice President Malissa Augustin Treasurer Ahmad Rabbani Corresponding Secretary Mateo Duenas Recording Secretary New Chairs: Felipe Carvalho Student Outreach Daniel Parent Fundraising/Scholarship Theodore Bruney Community Service Jonathan Murphy MindSET Jorge Martinez EF 2. Goals and Objectives (25 minutes) Induction - -Eligibility - -Sorting - -Contacting - -Requirements - -Induction Date FAU Organization Requirements - -Student Leadership Conference ( 2 Officers) - -Anti-Hazing Seminar (2 Officers) - -Fiscal Training ( 2 Officers) * - -Online Student Organization Training ( 2 Officers) * - * indicates that Officers can represent multiple organizations however must notify Student Union - - Community Service - -Boy Scout event for late September/early October: contact David Sunderman - -Engineering Family Fun day: ask Rebecca about whom to contact - -Involvement with FAU HS: contact Allan Phipps - -FAU Events and other ways of getting involved - -There must be two events with a set date by early September to be used as for the induction requirement - -Organize early so that Malissa can get food orders in Fundraising - -Sell FE Manuals and Handbooks - -Sell books in the office - -Dr. U brought up organizing an FE Review Session hosted by professors - -Other ideas? Scholarship

78 - -Talk with Rebecca about the template she came that was created - -Talk with professors (Dr. Zilouchian, Dr. Hashemi, etc.) about donating for the scholarship EF Sessions - -Organize 5 EF Sessions for each of the modules - -Organize them early so that Malissa has time to get food orders in MindSET Events - -Organize at least 3 MindSET Events each at different schools - -Pine Crest Elementary School in Ft. Lauderdale showed interest: Get in touch with Keri Kolettis (5 th grade science teacher) Office Hours - -We have been given the privilege of having an office since we are the engineering honor society, but to keep this privilege we must use it. Please sign- up for at least an hour or two of office hours each week. - -Officers/chairs get first picks, members get remaining picks Tutoring - -To get as far as we have in our academic studies, we ve done excellent in many math, physics, and engineering courses and as the engineering honor society we should give back. - -Having members tutor classes they feel comfortable with (Calc 1, 2, 3, E Math 1, Physics 1, 2, Statics, Circuits 1, etc.) during office hours - -Promoting by going into intro to engineering classrooms and ing students with the times Social Events - -Should we have a few social events throughout the semester to get all of the members involved? Any ideas? Cataloger - -Volunteers to take pictures at events and periodically update the website Tau Beta Pi Shirts - -Is the design ready? Who to contact? 3. Communicating (5 minutes) - Google Drive Get each officer/chair s contact info 4. More Details on Each Position (20 minutes) General run-down of each officer/chair position Committee members are sorted but confirmation is pending Ask for help when needed! 5. Closing Remarks

79 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 27 Project name: Induction Ceremony Spring 12 Date(s) of Project: 4/27/12 Project area: Community/ University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 30 Electees: 32 (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 10 Participating: 4 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: The Spring Semester Induction Ceremony, followed by a banquet for those in attendance plus guest at dinner. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Bringing new members in is our number 1 priority as a chapter in addition to continued participation of current members. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) Yes _X_ No IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: There was no cost for the ceremony location, because it was held on campus. We had to buy flat Bent castings and ribbon for the ceremony, which was $400 total and came from our chapter account. We managed to fill all needed induction positions for this year s ceremony with our 10 officers/officers elect in attendance. V. Special Problems: None VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): The ceremony and banquet went smoothly. Not as many new members were inducted as had been hoped for, but those that we did bring in are very motivated to be involved next year. To increase our efforts in bringing in new members, it is recommended that Tau Bates go into select engineering classes to inform students of upcoming invitations. We brought 32 new students into the chapter for the spring 13 semester. VII. Index of Exhibits: Pictures Attached

80 VIII. Members and initiates in Attendance: Felipe Carvalho Daniel parent Renzo Martinat Jhon Valencia Juan Ramirez Steven Gann Bassem Alhalabi Rebecca Pietrovich Roland Rodriguez Armand Buono Cameron Trepeck Peter Killinger mike muench Reid Richardson Lei Zheng Sudesh Jaggernauth Luis cortes Mateo Dueñas Francisco Martinez Ivan Gerasimovich Sonia Angel Emmanuel Caicedo Theodore Bruney Ahmad Rabbani Madasamy Arockiasamy Daniel Meeroff Jonathan Murphy Edgar An Marcello ferri Malissa Augustin Stephanie Sullivan Daniel Caycho Stephanie Sullivan Oge Marques Jared Lee Aimee Hanley Javad Hashemi Stew Jorge Martinez Michael Lima Jose A. Garcia Julian Garzon Aaron Vazquez Anthony Marcus Navardo Henry Jairo Assis Sadrac Blanc Jacob Rose Fernando Pleitez Justin Andrade Renzo Martinat richard vallejo Ahmad Rabbani Jhon Valencia Adrian Luque Maximilian Pionzio Roland Rodriguez Felipe Carvalho Daniel Parent Ethan Hearne adrian desilva julian garzon Aimee Hanley Melissa Morris Theodore Schloss

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88 The Tau Beta Pi Association Chapter: FLE Chapter Project Report Project number: 28 Project name: End of the Year Engineering BBQ Date(s) of Project: 4/20/13 Project area: Community/ X University/ Profession/ X Chapter/ Education/ Liberal Culture College Engineering Social Prof. Dev. Number of persons who participated in this project Members: 45 Electees: (Please attach a list of names.) Hours spent on this project. Organizing: 3 Participating: 5 DESCRIPTION: I. General Description: To end the school year on a high note, the engineering societies at FAU gathered to enjoy our annual beach BBQ at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton, FL. The FL Epsilon chapter joined forces with ASCE and SNAME to host a BBQ open to all engineering students. II. Purpose & Relationship to Objectives of TBP: Social activities like cookouts are the perfect venue to meet people from other clubs and talk to them about their plans for the next year. Often, clubs work together to provide volunteers for events, and plans to host some community outreach activities were discusses during the BBQ. III. Organization & Administration: (in conjunction with another group?) X Yes No - American Society of Civil Engineers (ASME) - Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) IV. Cost & Personnel Requirements: The cost of food was covered by student organization funds from FAU. Supplies were provided by our chapter, which were left over from previous events. The venue was free, because it was an event for FAU. Zero personal or chapter funds were spent in order for people to eat all day. V. Special Problems: None

89 VI. Overall Evaluation/Results (Be Specific): A few weeks before the event, the organizations involved met to plan for the event. The different organizations then went to Costco and got a list of needed items. After the paperwork was done, the school provided funds. All expenses were covered by FAU. A group of was present, and everyone enjoyed volleyball, Frisbee, and swimming on the warm spring day. VII. Index of Exhibits: We were too focused on the festivities to bring out cameras, maybe next year... VIII. Members in Attendance: did not take roll One of two bents on FAU campus before and after the 20 inductees polished it for induction.

90 Florida Epsilon Chapter Dear Committee, I wanted to take a minute to thank a few people in helping with the past year and all that we have done. Rebecca Pietrovich for all her hard work with Sherry King on planning EF sessions, Peter Killinger for his hard work in record keeping and corresponding with HQ and the chapter, Sudesh Jaggernauth for his hard work in maintaining the website and serving as a ever ready photographer for the chapter. Daniel Meeroff for his mentorship and help in advisory the chapter during this time of growth, Stewart Baskin for all his hard working placing the proper foundation so that the next batch of officers could follow in his footsteps Anthony Marcus for all his hard work in conjunction with Dylan Lane on the MindSET program. Renzo Martinat for his hard work on the Spring 13 induction and serving as the induction chair. Juan Ramirez as the Vice President a man that I could always count on to get the job done without which many tasks would have fallen through the cracks. Javad Hashemi for his support of the chapter in the department of mechanical and ocean engineering and increment. Melissa Morris whose continued active participation shows that the is Tau Beta Pi after graduation Curt and Tricia Gomulinski and all the help that was provide in the formation of the alumni chapter, George Morales for flying across the country when his chapter called and asked for help with EF sessions, Ali Zilouchian for all the support that he provides through the college of engineering to TBP FLE, Maria Larrondo Petrie our beloved chapter advisor how is always there to help and listen and suggest but never tells us what we have to do so that we can continue to grow. Lastly to all the members and support staff that I have not listed or omitted without whose help we could never do TBP work as well as well as we have. In Grateful Service, David Cowan Florida Epsilon Chapter President Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering 777 Glades Road, EE M Boca Raton, FL

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