For technical speakers the societies are usually a very good contact Most of

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For technical speakers, the societies are usually a very good contact. Most of them have something like a distinguished lecturer program, or another way to find speakers. If you are in need for some society contacts, send us a mail. at [email protected]
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Sections Support of Student Activities (4) Contact the Student Branches within your Section Encourage Student Branches to update contact information Invite Student Branch members to attend AND participate in Section Meetings Provide a mentor for each student branch in your section
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Sections Support of Student Activities (5) Support Student Branch activities Encourage Student Branch members to conduct S-PACs and attend Leadership Workshops Appoint section SAC chair to look after concerns of all student branches in Section Student Concourse Web Page Student Concourse Web Page Where to Get More Information: ()
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Branch Leadership Training Workshops Branch Leadership Training Workshops are held in each of the ten IEEE Regions. Organized by Regional Student Activities Committee Chairs (RSACs) and Regional Student Representatives (RSRs) These workshops train and inform Student Branch officers and faculty Counselors. Information on IEEE programs and ideas for running an effective Student Branch are highlighted. At each workshop, attendees are given a Branch Leadership Training Workbook.
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Interaction with GOLD Social Events Mentorship programs Invited Speakers – What is waiting for the students after they graduate
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Regional Activities Board/ Student Activities Committee RAB/SAC monitors and modifies existing programs RAB/SAC promotes and supports the Student Branch program RAB/SAC decisions are forwarded to RAB for approval IEEE Staff: Laura Durrett Email: [email protected]
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Review of Student Activities Program Region 1 Annual Student Paper Contest, & Micro-Mouse Competition 2007 - Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey 2006 – University of Maine, Orono 2005 - State University of New York at Buffalo, New York 2004 – Stony Brook University, New York 2003 – Boston University The IEEE Student Branch Web Site Contest is conducted by the IEEE Student Activities Committee (SAC). In its phase 1, each region conducts its contest. In phase 2, the first place winner of each region enters the international contest.
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R1 Student Conference Photos
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R1 Student Conference Photos
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6 th Annual RIT Student Design Contest Sixth Annual Design Contest Hosted by the Rochester Institute of Technology IEEE Student Branch Contest date May 13th, 2006 Prizes, Awards Banquet Awards for the best three projects will be cash prizes ($5,000 – 1st, $3,000 – 2nd, $1000 – 3rd) Three awards of distinction for Best Presentation, Most Marketable Project, and Most Innovative Project (Each prize is worth $500 for a total of $1,500) An awards banquet held in the evening, including dinner, presentation of awards, and a guest
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6 th Annual RIT Student Design Contest Photos
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IEEE GSPC2007 The second Graduate Student Paper Contest, 2007 (IEEE GSPC2007) for graduate students studying currently in Region1.
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