History

Alpha Omega Epsilon is the only professional and social sorority for women in engineering and technical sciences majors in the nation. It is a growing sisterhood that offers you a space to grow and find your lifelong friendships.

The first chapter was founded on November 13, 1983, at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin by 27 women. In the following months, the first elections of the Alpha Chapter happened, naming Mary Ruth Szews as the first president.

The first candidate class was initiated in the fall of 1984, almost doubling its size. Since then, a total of 50 chapters have been established across the United States and Canada.

Beta Pi Chapter History

On April 11, 2015, the Beta Pi Chapter was founded at Oklahoma State University, by 21 wonderful ladies. We are so grateful for them and all the hard work they have done to make our chapter what it is today.

Alpha Class

Beta Class

Alpha class

Julie Dang - Chemical Engineering

Megan Henderson - Chemical Engineering

Natalie Hickerson - Civil Engineering

Audrey Kruse - Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Michelle Lopez - Chemical Engineering

Michelle Regalado Trujillo - Electrical Engineering

Katie Schlotthauer - Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering

Leticia Tenorio - Chemical Engineering

Kyely Than - Mechanical Engineering

Jordan Wilmot - Civil Engineering

Hui Ling Yong - Chemical Engineering

Beta Class

Sara Bonk - Mechanical Engineering

Kayla Carrington - Chemical Engineering

Paige Cloud - Chemical Engineering

Hannah Cox - Electrical Engineering

Meredith Crouch - Architectural Engineering

Hannah Dudeck - Entrepreneurship & Marketing

Rachel Epp - Architectural Engineering

Ale Sanchez - Industrial Engineering

Erin Talley - Chemical Engineering

Hayley Wilhelm - Civil Engineering