"I played tennis all four years in high school. I was awful at it, but being active helped boost my confidence and productivity. It was really tough to find that kind of balance in college, but joining a professional engineering fraternity pushed me to make time for everything I wanted to do. I still have one of the worst sleeping schedules, but at least now I have a huge support network of brothers, time for breakfast every morning, and a killer six pack."
Vy Pham is a third-year chemical engineer at Davis with a minor in materials science. She is currently an officer for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and plans to intern at a Biotech company in South SF this summer. She enjoys reading real textbooks even when the PDF is free, and struggles with parallel parking.
Kristopher Quon | Upsilon
“This fraternity gave me a family. I never thought I would have twelve children. Sometimes I feel old and senile from having too many kids.”
Kristopher Quon, a fourth year chemical engineer, served as Pledge Instructor for the twelve engineers that were newly initiated as the Omega class this past fall. He spent two months studying in Osaka, Japan, where he performed molecular dynamic simulations for water desalination. Although he dislikes writing, he enjoys riding anything with a board