THETA TAU -
ETA DELTA CHAPTER
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A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
Lucas Frankle (B.S. Bioengineering '24)
It is truly a privilege to lead a chapter of such amazing, diverse people united by their love for community, professional and academic growth, and giving back. This organization has been a home to me in my time at the University of Maryland. I invite you to take some time to explore our website and get to know our exceptional community.
Rush Fall 2022
Learn more about our organization by viewing this video and exploring our site! We're excited to meet you at our Fall 2022 Rush events. Check out our Rush page to see how you can become a member of UMD's Professional Co-ed Engineering Fraternity.
WHAT WE VALUE
Since our foundation, we’ve been proud to attract and welcome smart, caring, and innovative leaders who are dedicated to giving back to the community, developing the best versions of their professional selves, and creating meaningful bonds with each other.
Theta Tau at UMD strives to improve not only the University of Maryland but the surrounding DC Metro area as well. Over the past few years, the chapter has raised over $15,000 for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), facilitated the INOVA blood drive at UMD, served with Habitat for Humanity in Flagler Beach, FL, among countless other drives, fundraisers, and community cleanup events.
Throughout the year, we serve not only our members but the greater Clark School community by hosting information sessions, resume critiques, interview prep, alumni networking events, and presentations on a variety of topics. Professional development is based in personal development, so Theta Tau provides critical opportunities for current and former members to assist each other in finding and following their own paths to impact change within the greater field of engineering and social good.
Beyond our community outreach and professional development opportunities, we are a family of highly involved, fun-loving, and adventurous engineers. While engineering can be difficult or mentally taxing, we form lasting bonds and friendships to create a supportive community to make the University of Maryland feel a little bit smaller.