Sathya Mathavan, the 2012-2013 President of the GMU Chapter of Chi Epsilon, was awarded the John A. Focht National Chi Epsilon Scholarship for her outstanding academic achievement and significant involvement in extracurricular activities. Sathya is double majoring in Civil Engineering and Economics and she is named the 2014 Volgenau School of Engineering Convocation Speaker at George Mason University.
The George Mason University Chapter of Chi Epsilon has completed another exciting year, which included the induction of new members. The initiation ceremony was held on December 7, 2013. The ceremony consisted of member pledges, the giving of the symbolic transit pins, a banquet reception, and the bestowing of Chi Epsilon certificates. The inductees have demonstrated outstanding scholastic achievement, academic integrity, and leadership. The inductees will exemplify the four pillars of Chi Epsilon of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability. The new GMU officers for the 2014-2015 academic year are: Ines Alaoui Ismaili, Neha Seth, Adam Evans and Kelsey Ryan.
Sean Lindenmuth, the 2012-2013 President of the GMU Chapter of Chi Epsilon, was awarded the Olin K. Dart, Jr. National Chi Epsilon Scholarship for his outstanding academic achievement and significant involvement in extracurricular activities. Sean was also named the 2012-2013 Volgenau School of Engineering Student of the Year.
The GMU chapter of Chi Epsilon, the national civil engineering honor society, inducted 12 new students into its ranks in 2012, bringing the total number of GMU members to 69. To see the list of the Fall 2012 inductees, click here!
Two student members of the GMU chapter, David McGraw and Karim Hafez, attended the 42nd Biennial Chi Epsilon National Conclave held in Los Angeles, CA on March 8th through March 10th, 2012.
Sixteen new members are inducted to Chi Epsilon on December 11, 2011. To see the list of the Fall 2011 inductees, click here!
The George Mason University chapter of Chi Epsilon is proud to announce the initiation of thirteen new members to Chi Epsilon. The initiation ceremony was held on December 5, 2010. The ceremony consisted of member pledges, the giving of the symbolic transit pins, a banquet reception, and the bestowing of Chi Epsilon certificates. The inductees have demonstrated outstanding scholastic achievement, academic integrity, and leadership. This group of new initiates brings a wealth of diversity and international experience that will grow and bloom the pursuit of excellence of Chi Epsilon. Below is a list of the names and a picture of the initiates into George Mason’s Chapter of Chi Epsilon Fall 2010. To see the list of the Fall 2010 inductees, click here!
The George Mason University Chapter of Chi Epsilon is officially installed on May 2, 2010 with the presence of the National Council President (Dr. Dee Ann Sanders), the Cumberland District Councillor (Dr. Gregory Reed) and Executive Secretary of the National Council (Dr. Thomas Petry). CEIE Faculty, Dr. Mark Houck, Dr. Sharon deMonsabert and Dr. Girum Urgessa also attended the event. Members of the local Civil Engineering Honor Society (CEHS) were officially inducted into Chi Epsilon.
Elections of new officers was held on March 31st at 6:00 pm in the Engineering Building, room 2608. After each candidate spoke of his or her qualifications and vision for the new chapter of Chi Epsilon, all current members voted in a closed ballot. The results of the elections are:
Mariana Cruz – President
Kristen Stevens – Vice President
Travis Brown – Treasurer
Trevor Hughes – Secretary
James Milliken – Marshal
Congratulation to the new 2010-2011 officers, and the first official Chi Epsilon officers!
The 2010 Chi Epsilon conclave delegates unanimously approved the formation of the George Mason University Chapter of Chi Epsilon. The GMU Chapter became the 136th Chapter of Chi Epsilon. CEHS President, Karim Shalaby, attended the conclave at the University of Alabama Tuscaloosa on March 11 - March 14.
The Civil Engineering Honor Society inducted eighteen new civil engineering students on December 11, 2009. These students have distinguished themselves within the Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering (CEIE) department at GMU and demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and inspiration to all students in the department. The induction ceremony was held in the Atrium of the New Engineering Building at George Mason University with the presence of the CEIE Department Chair, Dr. Deborah Goodings, the CEIE faculty, a group of CEIE students, and guests.
To see a list of the Fall 2009 inductees, click here!
To view pictures from the induction ceremony, click here!
The George Mason University Civil Engineering Honor Society (CEHS) is a newly established student organization with the purpose of recognizing scholarship, character, sociability and practicality of students in the Civil Engineering Department. CEHS was founded during the fall 2008 semester with the induction of ten founding members. Since then, activity within the society grew steadily with the main goal of establishing a George Mason Chapter of Chi Epsilon.
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