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Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering Honors Society)

In the summer of 2017, students and faculty from the Civil Engineering Department founded the Tau Lambda Rho Honor Society at Boise State University. This society was established as the first step toward becoming a fully installed member chapter of Chi Epsilon, the Civil Engineering Honor Society.

  • Boise State EASE Event

  • Fall 2017 Initiation

  • Tau Lambda Rho members participated in a STEM night at Garfield Elementary.
    TLR Volunteer Event- Garfield STEM Night

  • TLR Volunteer Event- Garfield STEM Night

  • TLR Service Project

  • TLR Service project

Established in 1922, Chi Epsilon – the Civil Engineering Honor Society provides co-curricular educational activities, scholarships, and other awards. By recognizing outstanding students and graduates for their scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability, Chi Epsilon seeks to foster excellence, connectivity, and engagement among those in the civil engineering community to improve our world.

As of Fall 2018, Chi Epsilon inducted the 142nd chapter at Boise State University. Boise State is now the first university in Idaho to have a nationally recognized civil engineering honor society. Congratulations to everyone and welcome to the society!

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