Awards and Policies 

policies for awards

The Phi Tau Phi in America should induct any Chinese student or student of Chinese descent in the States graduated with honors.( Call for Applications: PTP Mid-America Chapter 2016 Scholarships )

凡國內大學或獨立學院之大學部應屆畢業生,品學特優者,每一學院得推薦該屆畢業生人數百分之一,不足一人者以一人計,為本會榮譽會員。應屆畢業生會員推薦資格,以應屆畢業生學期前各學期成績平均為準。

凡國內大學或獨立學院之大學部應屆碩士畢業生,品學兼優者,每一學院得推薦該屆畢業生人數百分之三,不足一人者以一人計,為本會榮譽會員
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凡國內大學或獨立學院之大學部應屆博士畢業生品學兼優者,得推薦該屆畢業生人數百分之十,不足一人者以一人計,為本會榮譽會員.

PTP in America was formed in 1972. At that time, not many Chinese college students were in the North America.

Now, many Chinese Students from Mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tailand, etc. all over world, are studying in the States. It is time to adhere to the missions and purposes of forming PTH by inducting college students in the States.

2016 ANNUAL MEETING AND 2016 PTP SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

2016 Scholarship Awards were awarded to four outstanding applicants and will be formally presented on PTP Mid America Chapter 2016 Annual Meeting on September 10, 2016.

Four winners are: Yu-Hsing Chen (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Ting-Yen Shih (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Chi-Fang Tseng (Purdue University), and Chien-Sheng Liao (Purdue University).

PTP Mid America Issued Awards in previous years (2009-2015)

2015 PTP Mid America scholarship Awards

Year 2015 Scholarship Awards were issued to four outstanding students at the PTP Mid America Chapter's 2015 Annual Meeting on September 12, 2015.  Four student awardees are:

芝加哥大學大學部:丁寧 (Emily Ding,University of Chicago, B.A. in Economics, Molecular Engineering Minor);

伊利諾大學香檳校區大學部:汪思黎(Cyril Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.S. Mechanical Engineering);

明尼蘇達大學:鄔宜恒 (I-Heng Wu, University of Minnesota, M.A. in Human Resources and Industrial Relations);

俄亥俄州立大学:劉家源 (Ka Un Lao,Ohio State University, Ph.D. in Chemistry and Biochemistry)。

In the year 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009, PTP Mid America issued PTP Scholarship awards to total number of twenty-four outstanding students (four students per each year). See details ...