Epsilon Pi Tau ceremony inducts new members

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An Epsilon Pi Tau induction ceremony was conducted in the College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering at Bowling Green State University on December 8. The induction ceremony includes a unique ritual that has been a long-standing tradition. It serves to honor and unify individuals in the technology professions and is a tribute to the quality, imagination, and foresight of its originators and past leaders.

New members inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau in 2016, shown in the front row of the picture (left to right), includes Susan J. Shammo, Karl Wolfgang Hofmeister, and Baqer Jaber Aljabr. The induction ritual team, shown in the back row of the picture (left to right), includes Dr. Ernest Savage, Dr. Jerry Olson, Dr. Wilfred Roudebush, Dr. Todd Waggoner, Dr. Alan Atalah, Dr. Donna Trautman, and Executive Director of Epsilon Pi Tau, Dr. Kevin Howell. Other induction ritual team members, not shown in the picture, were Kim Stickland and Melissa Partin-Harding.

Epsilon Pi Tau has been headquartered at the college since 1976 under the then founding dean of the college, Dr. Jerry Streichler. There have been 134 international chapters chartered since 1929.