Nicholas Dvorak

Phalanx Honor Society Member

B.S. in Chemical Engineering, 2016

About Me
In my undergraduate career, I have been involved in a wide variety of groups and organizations across campus. In my freshman year, I was initiated as a brother of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, New York Delta chapter. For one year I served as the Vice President for Finance, and have held several other house positions during my tenure such as Risk Manager and Sigma Coordinator. Also since my freshman year, I have been an active member of UPAC Lights and Sound. I served as both the Administrative Chairman of Lights and a member of the Union Programming Board. In 2015 I served as the Treasurer for the RPI Inter-fraternity Council. I am an active member of Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society, Omega Chi Epsilon, the Chemical Engineering Honor Society, and the Order of Omega, the Greek Honor Society. I have also been involved on the RPI Curling Team, the Varsity Track and Field throwing team, Red Army, the Newman Catholic Fellowship, and the Knights of Columbus at various points in my tenure at Rensselaer. Since GM Week 2015, I have also faithfully served the Rensselaer community as the 126th President of the Union in the Rensselaer Union’s 125th Anniversary year. After graduation I have accepted an offer for full time employment with ExxonMobil as a contact engineer in their Baton Rouge refinery.