Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin - Madison
IEEE Student Org
IEEE is a comprehensive social and professional networking student organization for those interested in the fields of electronics and computer sciences. We offer four main types of activities: Tech Talks, electronics projects, social events, and outreach.
These technically-oriented talks have speakers ranging from local and national companies describing their technologies to UW professors presenting their research. Since companies are often interested in recruiting at UW, this is a great way to network with industry and get internships. We also offer events like field trips, and Peer Career & Class Advising Sessions, where we have senior members in the ECE and CS organizations advise younger members about professors, classes, meeting major requirements, possible internship opportunities, career tracks within ECE/CS, etc.
Projects is a separate group within IEEE that allows members the opportunity to work on member-suggested electronics projects like a solar powered cell phone charger (with the help of experienced members and faculty) to gain valuable hands-on experience doing PCB design, H/W and S/W design, etc. There is no experience required - underclassmen and students from every major are encouraged to participate!
Get the chance to meet and socialize with other students who share your interests with events like open bowling, kickball, movie nights, laser tag, etc.
We also offer outreach activities as a way to get involved in the surrounding community and get some volunteer experiences. We do events like preparing local middle and highschool students for their science olympiad competitions.
This is a casual club and member input is greatly welcomed - if you have suggestions for events that you'd like to see us do, then please email the officer team! For other specific questions about how to join projects, suggest social events, etc., contact the corresponding officer listed on our website.
Membership Requirements (for example: GPA requirements, membership fees)
There are no specific major requirements, obligations, or fees for general membership and attendance of most events.
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Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
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Michael G. Morrow
Madison, WI 53706