ABOUT US

ENGINEERING LEADERS FOR SERVICE, PROFESSION, AND BROTHERHOOD

SERVICE

We are known for our service to our college, university and the larger community. Our service projects create a unifying environment for learning and personal growth for our members.

BROTHERHOOD

We forge lifelong bonds of fraternal friendship, a journey that develops and delivers a network of lasting personal and professional relationships. We foster an inviting, safe, and social environment in which our members become lifelong friends.

PROFESSIONALISM

We develop and nurture engineers with strong communication, problem-solving, collaboration, and leadership skills that we demonstrate in our profession, our community, and in our lives.

Executive Officers

Tyler French

Tyler French

Anneli Nina

Anneli Nina

REGENT
Bryce Shumaker

Bryce Shumaker

INTERNAL SECRETARY
Ryan Hicks

Ryan Hicks

Shelby Graziani

Shelby Graziani

Keaton Zargham

Keaton Zargham

ABOUT THETA TAU

Theta Tau is the oldest, largest, and foremost Fraternity for Engineers. Since its founding at the University of Minnesota in 1904, over 40,000 have been initiated over the years. With emphasis on quality and a strong fraternal bond, the Fraternity has chapters only at ABET accredited schools and limits the number of student members in any one of its chapters across the nation.

HISTORY

Theta Tau was founded as the “Society of Hammer and Tongs,” on October 15, 1904, by Erich Julius Schrader, Elwin Leroy Vinal, William Murray Lewis, and Isaac Baker Hanks, mining engineering students at the University of Minnesota. In 1911, representatives of the first three chapters and the alumni association met at the University of Minnesota for the first national convention, the name was changed to Theta Tau, a revised ritual approved, and the present badge adopted. Perhaps most important for its future expansion, it was decided that Theta Tau would include all branches of engineering. During the spring semester of 2014, our Theta Tau colony was founded at Florida State University. It then became our goal to create a thriving society for engineering students and become an official chapter of Theta Tau. As a colony, we established ourselves on campus, became larger as a whole, and followed the purpose of this fraternity: To develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among it’s members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. On May 30, 2015 our first goal was achieved! We were initiated as the Phi Delta Chapter into the Theta Tau fraternity. Now as a full fledged chapter, we will continue to uphold our fraternity’s core values and purpose, and will grow to make an impact on not only our school, but our surrounding community as well.

Chair Positions

DeMarcus Fullington

DeMarcus Fullington

Salomon Nguyen

Salomon Nguyen

SCRIBE
Charles Brown

Charles Brown

Kevin Martinez

Kevin Martinez

Mackenzie Graham

Mackenzie Graham

K’Auja Wallace

K’Auja Wallace

Anthony Diaz

Anthony Diaz

Weston Dudley

Weston Dudley

Rebeca Rodriguez

Rebeca Rodriguez

Angelo Marrone

Angelo Marrone

PLEDGE MASTER
Victoria Rodriguez

Victoria Rodriguez

Zachary Scarlett

Zachary Scarlett

Daniella Documet

Daniella Documet

SOCIAL CHAIR
Dai (Bill) Truong

Dai (Bill) Truong

Hunter Kramer

Hunter Kramer

Kira Bronstein

Kira Bronstein

Ashley Ellis

Ashley Ellis

Roderick Campbell Jr

Roderick Campbell Jr

SERVICE CHAIR
Shannon Kelly

Shannon Kelly

Micheal Rodino

Micheal Rodino

Alexandra Gonzalez

Alexandra Gonzalez

Alexander Franco

Alexander Franco

TREASURER
Wilgins Mistilien

Wilgins Mistilien

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