Phi Alpha Epsilon
Phi Alpha Epsilon is the academic, discipline-specific honor society for architectural engineering. The honor society was founded at Kansas State University in the 1980s by Prof. Charles R. Bissey, P.E. (January 9, 1934 - November 18, 2006).
Some qualifications include:
- Must be seeking a degree in architectural engineering
- Must have completed a certain number of courses toward the degree
- Must have a minimum grade point average
- Must be in the top quarter of the Junior class, or top third of the Senior class
- Alpha - Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
- Beta - The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. November 3, 1984.
- Delta - The University of Texas, Austin, TX. 1988.
- Zeta - North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC. April 30, 1995.
- Eta - Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN.
- Iota - University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
- Tau Beta Pi - The honor society for all engineering disciplines
- Kansas Technical Professions, Apr.-Jun. 2007, Kansas State Board of Technical Professions, Topeka, KS
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