All individual email addresses on Tau Beta Pi websites are exclusively for use in the conduct of Tau Beta Pi related business. Until 1913, it was in the hands of a board of alumni. TBP Members. The price was raised to $75 in 2013 and to $95 in 2016 by act of the Executive Council on the authority of the Convention. The Bent of Tau Beta Pi (title registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office) was established by the 1905 Convention, and was first published by Pennsylvania Alpha for two years, the first issue bearing the date April 1906. Issues are now published in Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. Examples of other bents can be found online by visiting other TBP chapters’ websites. Please keep your address and email updated with TBP. We provide you with materials, but if you The life subscription plan for The Bent was adopted by the 1929 Convention as a means for perpetuating the Fellowship Program. ©2020 The Tau Beta Pi Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Founding member of the Association of College Honor Societies, Editor & Sec.-Treas. We provide you with materials, but if you Examples of other bents can be found online by visiting other TBP chapters’ websites. As part of initiation, every initiate will have to hand polish a crude bronze Bent and mount it in order to initiate. In 1968 to effect savings, page-size of The Bent was reduced to 8.25 x 11 inches. The Bent carries advertising of numerous major business firms and universities in the engineering field. J. D. Froula, Editor & Sec.-Treas.– C. D. Gomulinski. ©2020 The Tau Beta Pi Association, Inc. All rights reserved. The 1922 Convention adopted a bylaw placing the election of an editor in the hands of the Convention and elected John W. Ross to that position. bent is on the left, and an example of a polished bent is on the right. Examples include, recreating the Bent in solidworks, recreating in desmos, or creating a small physical model with a medium of your choosing. Please keep your address and email updated with TBP. The colors of Tau Beta Pi are seal brown and white, which are the school colors of Lehigh. For a diagram of the measurements of a 4-foot Bent Monument, click here. Action by the 1910 Convention, requiring all new initiates to subscribe to the quarterly for three years, put it on its feet financially and, by insuring a large circulation, made it of more value to the members of the Association. To learn more about obtaining a Bent for your Chapter, read Bent Monuments. Tau Beta Pi - Bent Monument. Annual subscriptions are $10. Total paid circulation of The Bent exceeds 88,000 copies per issue. Any other use, including recruiting and … The 1963 Convention raised the price of life subscriptions from $25 to $35, the 1989 Convention to $50, and the 1996 Convention to $60. The trestle is the load-bearing part of the bridge, representing Tau Beta Pi's principle of Integrity and Excellence In Engineering. It is now published in Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer issues. Initiates must reacreate the Bent using engineering elements. Total paid circulation of The Bent is almost 80,000 copies per issue. The Bent of Tau Beta Pi. The Bent is the symbol of Tau Beta Pi, and as an initiation requirement. The Bent of Tau Beta Pi. The Executive Director currently serves as Editor of The Bent. Now National Headquarters owns a wood pattern for a 4-foot-high solid Bent, the gift of the dean of engineering at Purdue University. All individual email addresses on Tau Beta Pi national or chapter websites are exclusively for use in the conduct of Tau Beta Pi related business. From 1913-18, its business was conducted by the Executive Council. On December 31, 2016, there were more than 80,000 life subscribers. Now National Headquarters owns a wood pattern for a 4-foot-high solid Bent, the gift of the dean of engineering at Purdue University.