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Epsilon Pi Tau/Delta Chi

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Beginning in 2020, Curry College is a member of the Delta Chi Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau. Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honor society dedicated to the technology fields and recognizes the academic excellence of students studying Computer Science, Information Technology, or Software Development at Curry.

Epsilon Pi Tau was founded at The Ohio State University in 1929 and has provided honor and recognition to members for over 90 years. Members of EPT reside in every state in the US, as well as 49 other nations. Epsilon Pi Tau is the premier academic and professional honors group for technology programs in higher education and has inducted 90,000 plus members since its inception.

To qualify for acceptance students must have completed 30 semester hours at Curry College and 16 semester hours in their major (CS, IT or SD), GPA of 3.25 or higher, the top 35% of the qualifying students.

2020 Inductees

Watch the 2020 Virtual Induction Ceremony

Students:
Julien Barbosa-Santos
Mark Bartolomeo
Accursia  Carbo
Domenico DiMatteo
Reham El-Dahrawy
Anil Galloway
Bryan Garson
Jordan Gregson
Nicholas Magnemi
Zachary Maiuri
Matthew Mariani
Noah Meltzer
Marcel Mensah
Matthew Moses
Pernell Robinson
Brittany Soares
Joseph Sullivan

Faculty:
Maryann Gallant
Ronald Krawitz
Deanna Gordon