CBU Engineering Honor Society Inducts 9 New Members

Memphis – The Christian Brothers University (CBU) Alpha Delta Chapter of Epsilon Mu Eta, The Engineering Management Honor Society, inducted nine new members on March 30. These students were elected to membership due to their exceptional academic achievement and excellent character.

Following the ceremony and dinner, Samuel Elisha Caviness II, Andrew Harrell, Colin Iglinsky, Andrew R. Reiter, Sergio Vergara Reyes, Frederick A. Schott, Chaya Subramanyan, Tajuana M. Taylor, and Sengkham Vongphrachanh were officially inducted into the honor society.

Epsilon Mu Eta is open to students enrolled in the Master of Engineering Management Program at CBU and those members of Epsilon Mu Eta affiliated with CBU. To be elected to membership, students must show superior character which is defined by a student’s leadership, professionalism, integrity, and other demonstrated principles that define the core values of the program and CBU.

The CBU Department of Graduate Engineering offers two graduate degree programs: Master of Engineering Management (MEM) and Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM). These programs prepare students to successfully address supervisory and managerial needs in a technical environment. Also offered through CBU’s Graduate Engineering are courses that lead to a Master’s Certificate in Information Technology, Certificate in Quality and to a Certificate in Packaging. In addition to regular classroom instruction, all courses for the MSEM degree are available on-line via the Distance Education Network (DEN) for students beyond the commuting distance to the CBU campus.

For more information about CBU’s Graduate Engineering programs, call (901) 321-3283;
(866) 770-MSEM (toll free) or email
memp@cbu.edu .  ###

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