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Mission Statement
IEEE stands for The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The mission of the IEEE is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. With 400,000 members, IEEE is the world’s largest professional technical organization.

As a student branch of the IEEE, our mission is to prepare students for careers in technology. To further this mission, we do a variety of events and projects, including tech talks, corporate recruiting, socials, service projects, and microcontroller workshops.
We are open to all undergraduate and graduate students! Most of our members are in the electrical or computer engineering fields, but we have active participants from a variety of disciplines.

Our events are always open to everyone, regardless of membership. To officially become a member, students can register through the main IEEE organization ( Being an official member gives students access to a variety of IEEE resources as well as student branch discounts on t-shirts, fleeces, and other items.

Our student branch is one of the largest in the world, with over 400 student members. We have roughly equal amounts of undergraduate and graduate students.
What We Do
Our student branch hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including:

Tech Talks: Researchers will discuss the cutting edge topics within a particular field. Tech talks allow students to learn about new innovations in technology as well as what it takes to be a successful researcher. Recent tech talks have covered topics such as radars, energy harvesting, and cryptography.

Corporate Recruiting: At corporate events, students learn about various industry jobs for engineers. Additionally, have the opportunity to get in contact with a numerous corporate recruiters. In recent years, we have had companies present from a variety of industries that semiconductors, oil & gas, power systems, aerospace, and chemicals.

Socials: These events allow students to network with each other in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether students are playing video games, board games, or laser tag, IEEE socials are a great way to de-stress and get to know your fellow students.

Microcontroller Workshops: Most of our electronic devices and machines are controlled by a small computer called a microcontroller, or MCU (for “microcontroller unit”). MCUs are in items such as toasters, TVs, cars, watches, thermostats, utility meters. Knowing how to program and work with microcontrollers is a skill that is in high demand. The IEEE Microcontroller Workshops teach the basics of microcontrollers to students. These workshops are free and open to all students. Students who attend will learn from various topics and be able to get help from MC2 Technical Fellows, who are IEEE volunteers that are knowledgeable about MCU technology.
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