The student chapter of IEEE is an active group here at CWU. Some of the activities the students have been involved in are the Micro-Mouse, Solar Panel Project, ASME's Solar Car Competition, trip to Las Vegas for the IEEE RFID Conference and other activities.
IEEE opens the door to opportunities that will help you develop your professional identity in IEEE's designated fields of interest: sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
President: Stephanie Smith
Vice President: Brian Congdon
Senator: Nick Elliot
Treasurer: Nicholas Peretti
Secretary: Elizabeth Tiffany
IEEE meetings are scheduled for
Tuesday and Thursday
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Hogue 204
For information on internships or job placement, please visit Central's Career Services or stop by Hogue 101 for posted opportunities.
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