Foundation Scholarships & Endowed Funds
The following endowed scholarship funds have awards available via the Uniform Scholarship Application. All have served their chapter and other student and community organizations, and have promising engineering careers ahead! The foresight of generous alumni permanently endowing these funds enables us to fulfill the Educational Foundation’s mission. Thanks for your continued support of our students!
Simon Ramo Fund
George Kalv Fund
Iota Beta Fund
Robert Miller Fund
William Johnson Fund
JB Ladd Fund
In addition, the Beta Chapter Fund is determining scholarship recipients based on separate criteria and form. (At the request of both donors, the Jeff Kellogg Fund and James Cote’ Fund were recently combined to create the Beta Fund.)
The Theta Tau Educational Foundation Scholarship Program has been established and regularly awards scholarships to student members of Theta Tau to enable them to continue their engineering education. The recipients are selected on the basis of their academic achievements, their participation in campus and community activities, and/or on financial need. Theta Tau’s goals of assisting our Brothers and recognizing and fostering high academic achievement among members is strengthened through this program. Alumni have endowed a number of named, permanent funds in their honor. These include funds honoring George P. Kalv, Gamma Beta 1947, Simon Ramo, Lambda ’33, Robert L. Miller, Omicron 1941, and William S. Johnson, Rho 1942, Jeremy G. Chan, Tau Gamma ’08, and J. B Ladd, Zeta ’49. In 2015, additional endowed funds were established by Jim Cote, Beta ’62 and Jeff Kellogg, Beta ’66.
Since inception, the Foundation has awarded nearly $100,000 in scholarships to deserving student members. Please link here to read more information about each of these generous and visionary alumni who endowed these permanent funds and those student scholarship recipients who benefited from them.
All Academic Team
The Theta Tau Educational Foundation is pleased to announce the following individuals as the academic team captains for their respective regions, based upon the fall 2020 academic performance. Each captain is recognized for their achievement in the classroom and on campus.
Nicholas Testa: Eta Delta (University of Maryland, College Park)
Catherine Yates: Eta Delta (University of Maryland, College Park)
Grace Powers: Eta Delta (University of Maryland, College Park)
Jeffrey Huizenga: Phi Gamma (Oklahoma State University)
Warren Burrus: Mu Epsilon (Baylor University)
Taylor Casady: Zeta (University of Kansas)
Gaven Zou: Sigma (The Ohio State University)
Adriana Sasso: Rho Gamma (University of Central Florida)
Ana Figel: Nu Epsilon (Tulane University)
Claire Zhang: Epsilon Delta (University of California San Diego)
Eloisa Kaye Difuntorum: San Jose State University Candidate Chapter
The slate of candidates was very strong with all the selected Captains having a 4.0 average, and will each receive a $200 honoraria.