It’s not too late to plan a virtual gathering for Pi Day, 2021!
March 14, 2021 will be Pi Day (3.14.21) – Tau Beta Pi encourages all chapters to celebrate! Although it is not appropriate to gather in person this year, you may still have online events during which your members can enjoy a slice of their favorite pie. Partaking in both pizza and dessert pies is encouraged!
Email HQ with your chapter’s plans so they can be added to the calendar!
Hi, District 14! Our district has two new District Directors to guide our chapters. we (Jeff Zola and Maddie Esposito) thank Jan and Ian for everything they did for D14 during their tenure. We look forward to meeting the Officers, Advisors and Members of the D14 chapters!
Like all TBP Districts, our conference will be held online this year, on April 10-11. Watch your emails for details!
Hello all! The website is finally back up and running. I have linked the Conference materials and Chapter survival guide to this page as well as the National Chapter Resources, which include materials for the online Initiation as wells as other items for running your chapter remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. I hope that you are all well and healthy. As usual, if you need anything, please don’t hesitate to ask.
We will be holding this year’s District Conference at Parkway Wood, Building 60 in Wilsonville, Oregon on Saturday, 22 February and Sunday, 23 February 2020.
We will begin promptly at 2:00 PM on Saturday, and wrap up by 2:00 PM on Sunday
Saturday Evening, we will be hosting an alumni panel and dinner.
Sunday Jan will be deploying the newly developed Leadership Workshop, “How to Become a Better Leader with 4 Basic Skills” You will learn: What great leaders have in common; What skills you need to be an effective leader; and How you can develop those skills
Welcome to the 2019-2020 academic year. We hope that everything is going great so far and look forward to working with you over the coming months.
Before we get too far along, we wanted to make sure that you knew where you could find the new website and our first resource, the Chapter Operations Survival Guide (will open a OneDrive link). Our intent is to give you a simple reference that you can use to answer many of the questions that may come up in running your chapter. The guide is still very much a work in progress, so please let us know how we can improve it. Ian is more than happy to work with your constructive criticism of his work. If you don’t want to deal with the OneDrive link, email Ian and request a PDF file, we are working to get the website to have the actual file.
This year’s National Convention is in Columbus, Ohio from 10 October through 12 October. We look forward to meeting delegates from all the chapters at Convention. In the mean time, please feel free to contact us with any questions that you might have.
~Ian and Jan