IEEE Student Branch
IEEE (Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is the world's largest technical organization with the mission of advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Our student branch is one out of thousands across the globe, helping students learn beyond the classroom and meet fellow students, alumni, and professionals. The branch's planned activities include technical tours, the Xtreme programming competition, ECE student gatherings, hands-on workshops, and content created by students for students. Although optional, you can opt into becoming an IEEE member for an annual fee, which will open up additional opportunities such as reduced admission fees to events, funds for equipment and IEEE scholarships. We even have a new space for the IEEE McNaughton Center (initially established in the year 2000) at CSF-2114 where you can learn with the IEEE equipment (yet to be purchased), so be sure to check it out.
The IEEE student branch is run by two sets of executives, one from each Society. The executives work as a team to plan and organize events that interest them and their class the most. We're always searching for new members and dedicated individuals to join our executive.
Our events are open for all students, whether you are an IEEE member or not. Make sure to follow the Engineering Society's Instagram and Facebook pages to stay up-to-date with our new content.
Want to learn more about IEEE? You can review the slide deck from our last recruitment session here.