The GSPC is aimed to challenge the knowledge and skills and scientific and

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The GSPC is aimed to challenge the knowledge and skills and scientific and technical excellence of the students. The winning “Best Paper” papers will be announced by April 1, 2007 and the participants will present their papers in LISAT 2007.
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What is SPAC? The Student Professional Awareness Conference (SPAC) serves as a bridge between academia and industry for engineering students. The concept of SPAC/SPAV is to provide a proactive approach to improve professionalism in the field of Engineering besides motives to learn management and planning skills. The purpose of SPAC is to promote and facilitate proven strategies in the areas of career-growth, Ethical standards and conduct of engineers and sharing of hands-on experience by way of lectures and career-planning activities.
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SPAC & SPAV To raise the awareness that engineering does not only consist of a technical side and working in public companies. To provide participants with excellent career development skills. To provide students with the opportunity to listen and learn from many influential people in the local industry, academia, and research facilities. To follow through with these objectives in an exciting, informative, interactive and dynamic atmosphere
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SPAC & SPAV S-PAC: Student Professional Awareness Conference – Student branches wishing to organize a conference on career development, management issues etc. RAB provides US$200 plus matches extra funding received externally (e.g. from Industry) to the amount of US$175. S-PAVe: Student Professional Awareness Ventures - Student branches wishing to organize projects to develop awareness of engineering professionalism can apply for a small supporting grant.Funding the same as the SPAC.Submit proposal and budget. [Contact: Lou Lovas at: [email protected] ] S-TAC: Student Technical Awareness Conference - Student branches wishing to organize a technical conference can apply for a small supporting grant. Funding the same as the SPAC. Submit proposal and budget. [Contact: Lou Lovas at: [email protected] ] Leadership Workshops - Organized by a Student Branch or a group Student Branches. Student Branches interested to organize a workshop known as Leadership Workshop to carry out membership recruitment and how to successfully run a Student Branch should contact R10 SAC for supporting grants.
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Student Membership Statistics IEEE-wide statistics: Approximately 65,000 Student members 29,000 US Student members 35,000 non-US Student members
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Forms Available on R1 SAC Web Site Item Due Date Student Branch Annual Plan of Activities Nov 1 Student Branch Annual Report of Activities May 1 IEEE Region 1 Expense Form Student Branch Counselor Nomination Form (send to your section chairman) Petition for the Establishment of an IEEE Student Branch Student Services Department Supply Order Form Newly Elected Student Officer Reporting Form Newly Elected Student Officer Reporting Form
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Student Activities (SAC) Web Site Find us at: Bookmark it!!!!!
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Region 1 Student Activities Web Site
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  • Electrical Engineering, IEEE 802.11, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Standards organizations, IEEE Standards Association, Student Branch

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