Jesse Knopp of Conway, CSNT, was recently inducted into Arkansas State University-Beebe’s Tau Alpha Pi, a national honor society for engineering technology.

Founded in 1953, Tau Alpha Pi selects members from the top four percent of engineering technology majors. ASU-Beebe students are chosen from within advanced technology to receive this distinctive recognition. Individuals must meet a minimum grade point average, required college hours completed, and be recommended by their instructors.

Selection and induction into Tau Alpha Pi earns the student the privilege of wearing the Tau Alpha Pi honor cord at ASU-Beebe graduation, as well as national honor society privileges.

The Advanced Technology and Allied Health Division at ASU-Beebe offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Agriculture Equipment Technology, Computer-Aided Drafting/Design, Computer Systems and Networking Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, General Technology, Paramedics, and Pharmacy Technician Sciences.

Technical certificates are offered in Computer Systems and Networking Technology, Paramedics, Practical Nursing, and Pharmacy Technician Sciences. ASU-Beebe also offers a Certificate of Proficiency in Emergency Medical Technician, Nursing Assistant, and Pharmacy Technician Sciences.