Associate Dean Tom Wolff Elected to National Council of Chi Epsilon

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March 25, 2010

Thomas F. Wolff, associate dean for undergraduate studies in the College of Engineering, was elected to the National Council of Chi Epsilon, the national civil engineering honor society, at its national conclave at the University of Alabama on March 12, 2010. He was also elected to the position of National Marshal, the third leadership position in the society behind president and vice president.

Founded in 1922 at the University of Illinois, Chi Epsilon recognizes the top third of juniors and seniors in civil engineering and holds its members to the qualities of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability. It has 135 chapters and has initiated 107,000 members. As Great Lakes District Councillor, Wolff will interact with 14 chapters at universities in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Wolff succeeds Eugene Glysson of the University of Michigan, who has held the office since 1982. Glysson was named councillor emeritus at the conclave and will continue to assist the national council.

Below: Thomas Wolff (right), newly appointed Great Lakes District Councillor and National Marshal, with Eugene Glysson, councillor emeritus, at the national conclave at the University of Alabama.