Theta Tau Regional Engineering Conference
This campaign has concluded, but if you would like to learn more about the Zeta Chapter of Theta Tau, please visit www.kuthetatau.org.
Theta Tau is the nation’s foremost professional engineering fraternity with chapters across the country and alumni all over the world. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.
Our co-ed organization focuses on creating a culture of brotherhood, relationships, and connections. Theta Tau is a unique organization because the brotherhood does not stop after graduation – joining our fraternity is a lifelong commitment.
The fraternity’s regional conferences are the highlight of each semester for many of our members and this spring, the Zeta Chapter will be hosting this event!
Nearly 200 engineering students from the nine chapters that make up the Central Region will be traveling to Lawrence for a weekend full of breakout sessions, keynote speakers, a service event, a formal dinner, and a social event. The conference will be an opportunity for members from the Zeta chapter to grow with each other and with members from other chapters in the region. The ideas shared and knowledge taken away from the conference will have a lasting impact on each member that attends, every chapter in the region, and their engineering schools!
The cost to host our regional conference is significant, but with your help, we can ensure that our attendees will build the skills to improve their chapters and their university’s engineering community and develop that strong bond with brothers from other chapters.
Make your gift today to help KU students provide a positive and impactful experience at Theta Tau's spring 2018 Central Region conference!