Evaluate the financial support requests from the student branches Promote

Evaluate the financial support requests from the

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Evaluate the financial support requests from the student branches Promote interaction with student branches from all regions Continue existing and establish new programs for students (conference support, etc.)
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Terms to Know Student Branch – IEEE Student members IEEE Student members at a school within a Section Student Branch Chapter – IEEE Student members IEEE Student members at a school within a Section that have formed a technical society group (similar but not equivalent to a chapter in a section) S-PAC – Student Professional Activity Conference RSAC – Regional Student Activities Chair RSR - Regional Student Representative Student Branch Mentor – A non-academic member of the Section who provides member of the Section consultation to a student branch Student Branch Counselors (Advisors) – A faculty member who works in an advisory capacity to the student branch
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Student Branches Core unit of Section: Section responsibility Student Branches coordinated through Section SAC Section receives $3/Student in the Section Should invite Student representatives to Section ExCom meetings Should invite Students to all Section meetings Should subsidize any cost to Student associated with attending Section meetings (meals, etc.) Currently, Student Branches submit their own reporting to IEEE HQ to receive a separate rebate
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Student Branches within Region Any student attending a school with a student branch is eligible to be a member student branch Every student member is part of the section in which the student branch resides Every student member is part of the Region in which the section resides
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Some of the Branch Counselor's Responsibilities Attending executive committee meetings Assisting the section branch committees Maintaining contact with the section SAC chair, regional SAC chair, or regional director as appropriate Creating student awareness of IEEE awards, contests, and benefits of membership Establishing industrial contacts for branch programs and activities
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Awards and Recognition Why awards or recognition? Someone deserves it for their effort For someone to continue their effort To mark someone as a future Leader For others to receive stimulus into helping For achievement to become a goal To strengthen your position as a Leader (by recognizing others) For someone to be marked as an important person!
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Awards and Recognition How do you do it? Take a look at available awards Announce their existence to your student entity Appoint your “Awards & Recognition” Coordinator Submit your nominations to your Comm. Ask them to consider other candidates too Follow up constantly watching for deadlines
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Awards and Recognition Announce your winner! Your Newsletter Local press, radio and TV Include short biographical summaries of awardees Honoring others always honors you as well Honoring others makes you important to them!
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R1 Student Activities Awards Outstanding Student Branch Outstanding Student Branch Counselor Larry K. Wilson, Outstanding Student Volunteer Award
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Student Branch Centers of Excellence Grants up to $5,000 available for IEEE Student Branches to establish IEEE Student Branch Centers of Excellence!
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  • Spring '16
  • Ali
  • Electrical Engineering, IEEE 802.11, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Standards organizations, IEEE Standards Association, Student Branch

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