Congratulations to three Alfie Scholars, Jorge Lara Alvarado (Civil Engineering ‘20), Michel Mugisha (Computer Engineering ‘20), and Jasmina “Mina” Omerovic (Mechanical Engineering ‘20), for their recent induction into the Seattle University chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the second-oldest engineering honor society and the only one that recognizes and promotes professional and academic excellence, offers a chance to build community, and provides leadership development opportunities to engineering students. Mugisha has also been elected the chapter president, and Omerovic has been elected the chapter secretary. Only juniors in the top 1/8th and seniors in the top 1/5th of their class are eligible for collegiate chapters. Learn more here: https://tbp.org/about.cfm
Congratulations to the recent inductees into the Gamma Mu Seattle University chapter of Tau Sigma, a national honor society that recognizes and promotes academic excellence and leadership in transfer students. Students who earn a 3.5 GPA or higher in their first quarter after transferring are invited to join Tau Sigma. On February 27, 2019, a total of 77 students were welcomed into the Gamma Mu chapter. Among those inducted were seven of the ten 2018 Alfie Scholars cohort.Read More
We welcomed our Alfie Scholar class of 2020 on June 30, 2018 for an all-day Leadership for Civility retreat. Our new Alfie Scholars represent a diverse range of ages (18-38) and nationalities (Bosnia, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Somalia, Vietnam, United States). Six are the first in their families to attend college. Two are parents. Three were encouraged to apply by current scholars! Three are engineering majors, three are nursing majors, two are business majors, and one is a journalism major.
We are excited to welcome these incredible scholars into our community and look forward to seeing where this journey takes them!