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ISU ABE welcomes newest members of Alpha Xi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau

Spring 2019 is off to an exciting start for the Iowa State University (ISU) Alpha Xi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, an honor society for professions in technology. ISU’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering has eight new initiates from its current undergraduate classes.

Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes academic excellence of students who are devoted to their field of work. The chapter recognized new initiates on March 13, 2019.

During the initiation ceremony, the organization also celebrated its 90th anniversary. The new members will be involved with several activities throughout the year, including an annual banquet, sponsored lectures and service activities.

New initiates of the Alpha Xi chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau. Front Row: Vanessa Chapman, Jose Rodriquez Campos and Dalton Niemeyer. Back Row: Samuel Bonny, Michael Patten, Adam DeGaetano, Dylan Wood and Scott Burnell.