Spring 2018 Regionals

We are proud to announce that the Gamma Beta Chapter will be hosting the Atlantic Regional Conference for Spring 2018!

Spring 2018 Regionals will be on Saturday, April 7th, 2018. Please check below for more details. Information will be frequently updated.



T-Shirt design and additional conference details have been added. Schedule times have been adjusted.


The address where everyone will be meeting is 1957 E Street NW, 20052. Street parking is free on the weekends in DC. See below for more details.


Registration is now officially open! Please check below for the link to our registration website.


The registration deadline has been changed from Friday, March 30th to Thursday, March 22nd.


Our brothers are working hard on finalizing all the details for this semester's regional conference.

T-shirt design coming soon!

Conference Information

Check-in will be at the Elliot School of International Affairs, located at 1957 E Street NW, 20052.

Street parking in DC is free on the weekends. You will only have to pay for hotel parking if you are staying at one of the designated hotels.



Registration will be open until Thursday, March 22, 2018.

Tickets are $37 per person and include a conference t-shirt, breakfast, lunch, and a banquet dinner.

The link for the registration website is below:

Registration Website

Here is our conference t-shirt design!

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Chapter Updates

Professional Workshops


Keynote Speaker


Round Tables


Schedule Update

Professional Workshops



Photo on the National Mall

Banquet Dinner

*schedule times subject to change

If you have any questions, please email viceregent@thetataugw.org.

Professional Workshop and Round Table Topics

Professional Workshops

Professional Workshops will be hands-on and interactive workshops based partially on classroom curriculum designed to focus on skills that will benefit your professional career.

Round Tables

Round Tables will be discussion-based sessions focused on various aspects of our chapters. These topics are more directly related to Theta Tau than the Professional Workshops.

Professional Workshop Topics:

    • 3D Printing
    • Engineering Law
    • How to Present, Public Speaking, and How to Dress for Success
    • How to Use Professional Social Media
    • How to Use Theta Tau as a Networking Tool
    • Internship Talk and Job Negotiations
    • Leadership and How to Communicate in a Professional Environment
    • Leadership and Dealing with Conflict
    • Making Bath Bombs
    • Making Ferrofluid (Magnetic Slime)
    • Soldering
    • Stress Management
    • Website Development

Round Table Topics:

    • Brotherhood
    • Community Service
    • Executive Council
    • Pledging
    • Professional Development
    • Recruitment and Advertising

Hotel Information

We have blocked hotel rooms for conference guests to reserve at two separate hotels. The first hotel is the Residence Inn Arlington Capital View, located at 2800 South Potomac Avenue, Arlington, Virginia, 22202. The second hotel is the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel, located at 5701 Marinelli Road, North Bethesda, MD 20852. Additional information for each hotel is below.

Residence Inn Arlington Capital View

2800 South Potomac Avenue, Arlington, Virginia, 22202

13 minute drive from GW's campus

$104 + tax per room per night; $20 per car per night for parking

20 rooms available, each with a King sized bed and pull-out sofa

Cut-off date is March 16, 2018

Click here to reserve your room(s)

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel

5701 Marinelli Road, North Bethesda, MD 20852

28 minute drive from GW's campus

$104 + tax per room per night; $15 per car per night for parking

15 rooms available, each with 2 double beds

Cut-off date is March 16, 2018

Call (877) 212- 5752 and reference the GWU Room Block 2018

Theta Tau

Co-Ed Professional Engineering Fraternity

The George Washington University

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Washington, D.C. 20052