The first IEEE BXXR Night of the year is this Friday October 14th at the Hose and Hydrant Brew Pub!
The event is FREEE for all new IEEE members (that’s free with a triple-e), $10 for current members and $15 for non-members. Tickets get you unlimited access to a BEvERage Keg from 8pm-10pm. Hope to see you all there!
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SPARC: Small, Practical, And Realistic Circuits
Confused about EE 221 concepts and lab work? Come out to this tutorial! We will review op-amps and diodes, and give you guys a head start on learning about MOSFET transistors, an extremely critical component of EE 221.
We will use these parts to build a cool circuit that takes an audio signal from a computer, amplifies it, and lights up an LED diode!
The tutorial is scheduled for Monday, October 24th, and is planned to be about two hours. A time and location will be announced soon! Contact the IEEE Academic Director Lizzie at at email@example.com for more information.
We will be hosting a tutorial for the EE 221 midterm! this tutorial is tentatively planned for the Saturday before the midterm, from 11 AM – 2 PM. Check next week’s email for confirmation.
We are also hoping to have a tutorial EE 265 and EE 321, but we are still looking for people to lead them. If we are able to host them, you will receive an email with more information soon!
There are several students looking for a private tutor to help with EE 221 and EE 265. If you are interested in tutoring, please contact the IEEE Academic Director Lizzie at at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HVC: High Voltage Classic
Do you like street hockey? Do you want to give back to the community? Do you want volunteer experience for anything from scholarships to resumes? Then joining the committee for HVC is exactly the opportunity that you have been waiting for!
The HVC committee will be responsible for helping to organize the event (a charity road hockey tournament), and most of the work will be done in the second semester. Email Aldo Scribante at email@example.com if you are interested.
Robotics group will be meeting again this Friday at 5:30. As always, students of any year of study are welcome to attend.
Visit ieee.usask.ca for more information.