Tau Beta Pi - Outstanding Member - Mallory Hunt
Originally from Monument, CO, Mallory Hunt began her time at the University of Wyoming as an education major. During the second semester of her freshman year, Mallory changed her major to civil/ transportation engineering with a double major in Spanish. Since this transition of majors, Mallory has risen to be one of the college’s top leaders. This past year, Mallory was nominated by her peers to occupy the role as the President of Tau Beta Pi. Mallory is additionally a student ambassador for the CEAS, while also being the treasurer of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). ITE assists in the recruitment of guest speakers to come and present at the college as well as bringing in employers from the private sector for career fairs. Most recently she has been nominated for the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri Award, UW’s prestigious recognition of the outstanding female graduating senior. This recognition is based on scholarship, leadership, contributions to the University, and character. The recipient of this award epitomizes the ideal role model of student scholarship and achievement.