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IEEE Update 0x01, Year 0x7E2

IEEE Illumination conference, HVC, and more.

Jan 8 Update
Relations, Public <pr@ieee.usask.ca>
Wed 2018-01-10 10:19 AM
Action Items
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Illumination:
Want to get involved in the IEEE without being elected? Look no further than illumination! Our illumination conference is held every year in February and brings great speakers and people together for a wine night and day of talks. Below are the positions we are seeking to fil
  • Administrative Coordinator
If you are interested, contact Brittany at illumination@ieee.usask.ca 

High Voltage Classic 2018:

We are currently looking for volunteers to help us organize and manage the HVC 2018. HVC is a street hockey event for charity which is happening on March 10, 2018. Anyone regardless of the discipline can participate. The volunteer schedule is very flexible. Email mnn525@mail.usask.ca for more information. 

Buy an IEEE Membership Today!
But why buy one? This year, our memberships come with the following incentives:
  1. First 30 memberships sold this year come with a free locker in the C wing(RUNNING LOW). This locker is ONLY for the next two semesters. 
  2. FREE half pad of our signature IEEE branded eng paper!
  3. Discounts on our various events
  4. Discounts at the Hose and Hydrant
  5. Access to all IEEE materials and resources provided online
Come to McNaughton at 2C54 to get your membership today!!
Robotics:
Our robotics club is currently looking for new members! Learn how to program and use micro controllers, sensors, radios, and more! Email alex.mcnabb@usask.ca for more information.
Textbook Sale:
Come to McNaughton at 2C54 for used textbooks! We have books for second and third year classes, check the link to see if we have one you need.

If you have a textbook to sell, please bring it to 2C54 to make some quick cash!
PES
We are excited to announce the formation of the Usask IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter. The IEEE PES Chapter serves the students of the Power Systems Research Group and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The chapter aims to promote power engineering related activities at the university, and to develop and organize events to create opportunities to learn and share knowledge. If you would like to learn more, visit their website at http://sites.ieee.org/sb-usaskpes.
That's all folks, see you next week
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