Hexagon Senior Society

Welcome to Hexagon!

Founded in 1910, Hexagon is the senior society of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Hexagon's purpose is to bring together prominent seniors in engineering and to promote fraternization and unity across the different majors. New members are selected by the current members during the spring of their junior year.

Hexagon additionally serves as the undergraduate recruitment arm of Penn engineering. Members give daily informational tours of the engineering school to high school juniors and seniors and staff the accepted students lunches during Penn Previews. To this end, Hexagon seeks highly involved, outgoing students who are willing to share their college experiences with interested high school students. If you are looking for more information on tours or visiting, you can find it here.

We are proud to welcome the newest members of Hexagon. Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Class of 2016:
Alex Lautzenheiser  
(MEAM)

Alex Goldman  
(SSE)

Allegra Larche  
(CIS)

Andrew McGrath  
(MEAM)

Andrew Salazar  
(SSE)

Anjali Khetan  
(CIS)

Ariel Small  
(MEAM)

Arthur Rempel  
(CBE)

Brian Schroeder  
(CIS)

Caitlin Sweet  
(MEAM)

Carina Lott  
(BE)

Corey Loman  
(NETS)

Dan Haroun  
(SSE)

Danica Reinicke  
(BE)

Dina Ramadane  
(BE)

Emily Kurtz  
(SSE)

Genna Mazzarella  
(MEAM)

Jack Dennen  
(SSE)

Jake Decker  
(SSE)

James Lovey  
(MEAM)

Jayant Rao  
(CBE)

Joel Reubenstein  
(SSE)

Joey Raso  
(CMPE)

Kevin Muller  
(MEAM)

Kevin Zembroski  
(CIS)

Mary Sessler  
(MEAM)

Matt Schulman  
(CIS)

Maya Ebsworth  
(CIS)

Morgan Lundblad  
(MSE)

Nina Ilieva  
(CIS)

Rishi Chatterji  
(BE)

Samantha Markowitz  
(SSE)

Stefania Maiman  
(NETS)

Steve Rybicki  
(BE)

Stu Helgeson  
(MEAM)

Will Meadows  
(MEAM)

Zach Krasner  
(CIS)


Resources for current members can be found here.