I am a senior studying Electrical Engineering with a certificate in Business. This is my second year as an officer and I aim to increase awareness of Tau Beta Pi on Madison's campus. I have had internships in the power and automotive industries from Wisconsin, to Texas, to Michigan. As well as going to school, I raise puppies that will hopefully become guide dogs for the visually impaired. In my free time I love cuddling with my dogs, reading, and watching movies.
I am a senior in Chemical Engineering with a certificate in Engineering for Energy Sustainability. This is my third year in Tau Beta Pi, and I served as the Industrial Relations chair last year. Beginning this fall, I'll be working as a research & development engineer for Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, Ohio. Outside of school, I keep myself busy by mountain biking, snowboarding, cooking new foods, and reading. In my last semester on campus, I am looking forward to the Pi Mile Run and meeting our new class of initiates.
Corresponding Secretary & Webmaster
I am a senior in Biomedical Engineering with certificates in Computer Science, International Engineering, and Biology in Engineering. This is my second year as an officer and I look forward to hosting district conference this spring. Aside from academics, I have some serious puzzle skills and enjoy playing basketball in my freetime. I also recently redesigned this website, so if you have any questions or suggestions feel free to let me know.
I am a sophomore in Mechanical Engineering pursuing a certificate in Global Health. This is my first semester as an officer and I am excited to be able to get more involved with TBP! Aside from my secretary duties, I am also helping plan the district conference in Madison this spring. Outside of all things related to engineering, I love playing tennis, music, and traveling, and am a part of the Wisconsin Club Tennis team and the University All Strings Orchestra.
Treasurer & Pi-Mile Run Coordinator
I am a sophomore in Biomedical Engineering. I am looking into getting a certificate in Biology in Engineering. This is my first year as an officer and I would highly recommend running for an officer position as I have has a ton of fun this year. In my free time I enjoy watching movies and playing intramural sports with friends.
Volunteering & Pi-Mile Run Coordinator
I am a junior studying Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics with a certificate in Mathematics. This is my first year as an officer and I enjoy volunteering at the Arboretum, Food Pantry, and Discovery Building. In addition to school and Tau Beta Pi, I will always be ready for a game of soccer and love watching a good movie. I am always looking for new volunteer events so let me know if you have any ideas!
Industrial Relations & Pi-Mile Run Coordinator
I am a junior in Biomedical Engineering with a Certificate in Biology in Engineering. In my fifth semester with the UW Neuromuscular Biomechanics Laboratory, I am particularly interested in engineering applications to tissue mechanics and musculoskeletal injury prevention. When I am not playing piano or participating in intramural sports, you can be sure to find me at almost all Badger football and basketball games. If there are companies you are interested in hearing from or industries you are hoping to network with, reach out to me, and I can work to organize an event!
I am a sophomore in Chemical Engineering and have been a member of Tau Beta Pi for a year. I am looking forward to contributing to TBP as an officer. My goal is to greatly increase the available funds for our organization, which will hopefully create opportunities to promote volunteerism, professional development, and social experiences. Outside of TBP I am involved in a few other clubs and intramurals.
Tanapat (Mek) Sudhiwana
I am a sophomore in Civil Engineering with a Certificate in Engineering for Energy Sustainability. I am particularly interested in green building and will soon be LEED certified. This is my second year in Tau Beta Pi but my first as an officer. In my free time I enjoy cooking, playing the guitar, and watching tv series. I am also involved in Concrete Canoe, Engineers Without Borders (Guatemala), and will soon be starting our campus’s Bridges to Prosperity chapter. If you are interested in the latter or have any suggestions for social events, feel free to contact me!
Pi-Mile Run Coordinator
I am a senior double majoring in Engineering Mechanics and Mathematics. This is my third year in Tau Beta Pi, first as an officer, and I am excited to coordinate another successful Pi Mile Run for Wisconsin's Alpha Chapter. Aside from my work through Tau Beta Pi, I am also a member of the Women's Club Ultimate Frisbee team (Bella Donna), perform independent research under Professor Matt Allen, and enjoy exploring the Madison area.