Meet Logan Davis

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Logan Davis is a senior computer engineering major and treasurer of Tau Beta Pi, UNC Charlotte’s engineering honor society. Learn more about Davis and the honor society’s crowdfunding project to raise funds for a make-a-thon event.

Why did you choose UNC Charlotte?

I chose UNC Charlotte because of the campus and how friendly everyone was. I felt wanted when I was touring and have loved every minute of being here.

Why did you get involved with Tau Beta Pi?

Tau Beta Pi is the second-oldest honors society in the United States and was founded in 1885. I got involved with Tau Beta Pi because of the people in the group and the opportunities the group provides.

What is the most rewarding part of serving as treasurer of Tau Beta Pi?

The most rewarding part of serving as treasurer has been seeing the smiles on people’s faces when my work helps them in the organization.

Can you describe Tau Beta Pi’s crowdfunding project?

Our crowdfund project is to help bring attention to the organization and to help raise money for our make-a-thon event, which is open to all engineering students at UNC Charlotte. Event participants will get a materials kit, which they will use to compete in building a land vehicle. They will be scored on speed, weight, total materials used and other metrics. The make-a-thon event is a great opportunity for Tau Beta Pi to further build the community around engineers on campus while bringing awareness to different engineering principles.

What other clubs or activities are you involved in at UNC Charlotte?

In addition to Tau Beta Pi, I am president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers student branch and the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu HKN groups at UNC Charlotte. I am also a seven-time Chancellor’s List recipient.

Where is your favorite place on campus?

I love the Botanical Gardens.

What do you like to do when you aren’t studying?

I like to spend time with friends and family.

What’s a fun fact about you many people may not know?

I have played the trombone for the past 10 years!