Science Fair Judges Needed
Western Reserve District 5 Science Day
Saturday, March 17, 2018
The University of Akron Student Union
Activities start at 7:30 am and will include coffee and donuts, judging and a complimentary lunch. You will be judging electrical related projects for awards from IEEE – Akron Section. Please contact Rick Buchanan at (330) 497-8250 or email@example.com if you are interested in joining us or have any questions.
Canton Joint Engineering Council
2019 National Engineer’s Week Banquet
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
1 CPD Hour Available
Skyland Pines Lodge
3550 Columbus Road NE
Canton, OH 44705
Advanced Technology in Engineering Surveys
Mr. Gary Schuller, M.S., P.S.
Professor and Program Director, Surveying & Mapping, The University of Akron
Cost: $30 per person ($35 after February 11, 2019)
Last day for reservations: Friday, February 15, 2019
Reservation will not be confirmed until payment is received, unless other arrangements have been made.
Menu: Choice of Scrod, Steak, or Vegetarian.
Meal includes: bread, dinner salad, baked potato, rigatoni, green peppers, sherbet dessert, and beverage.
Registration/Payment: http://www.cjecnet.com/eweek/banquet.htm — IEEE members should register through Rick Buchanan at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling at (330) 497-8250. The price for IEEE members will be $25 payable at the door.
For Questions Contact: Mr. Scott Dilling, P.E.
Phone: 330-354-9241, Email: email@example.com
AKRON AREA ENGINEERS WEEK BANQUET
Emidio & Sons Banquet Center
48 East Bath Road
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
CELEBRATE AKRON AREA ENGINEERING!
This year’s program: Showcase of Student Design Team Competitions and Initiatives
For ticket information call Brent Sisler at 330-864-7555, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoover High School First Robotic Team’s Robot
Tuesday March 5th, 2019, 6 PM
525 7th Street, NE
North Canton, OH 44720
FIRST INSPIRES YOUNG PEOPLE TO REACH FOR THE STARS
The contest this year is called Destination Deep Space
Here is a link to a YouTube video of the tasks for what the students were challenged to build the robot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mew6G_og-PI
Thank you in advance for coming out and supporting students interested in engineering.
Please RSVP Rick Buchanan at email@example.com or by calling at (330) 497-8250 by 2 March.
Pizza and a beverage will be provided for a suggested donation of $5
For additional details contact Vern Sproat cell 330-268-7406.
PCARS Invitation to IEEE Members:
Carole Perry – How to get youth involved in Amateur Radio
AMERICAN LEGION POST 496
1945 MOGADORE RD.
KENT, OH 44240
1 CPD Hour available
Carole Perry is the recipient of the prestigious 1987 Dayton Ham of The Year Award, the 1987 ARRL Instructor of The Year Award, the 1991 Marconi Wireless Memorial Award, the 1993 QCWA President’s Award, the 1996 Radio Club of America (RCA) Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award, the 2009 RCA President’s Award, the 2012 RCA President’s Award, and the 2015 Vivian Carr Award for Women in Radio. She is the winner of the 2016 SOAR (Sisterhood of Amateur Radio) Legacy award for Pioneering Women in Amateur Radio, and the 2016 recipient of the YASME Foundation Award for Excellence. In 2017 she was the winner of the Brooklyn College Milton Fisher Second Harvest Award for her volunteer work with young people and technology, around the world. In May 2018 Carole was inducted into the “CQ Amateur Radio Hall of Fame.” In the July “QST” magazine, Carole was the featured member in “Member Spotlight.”
Carole is an RCA Fellow, and in 2007 she was elected to the RCA Board of Directors; a position she still holds, and she created the Youth Activities Committee which she now chairs. She serves on the RCA Scholarship committee as well. She also created the RCA Young Achiever’s Award, given to students in grade 12 and below who have demonstrated excellence and creativity in wireless communications. One hundred and seven youngsters have received this award along with a stipend, so far. Carole is also presently a Director for QCWA (Quarter Century Wireless Association). The QCWA Youth Activities program was created and chaired by Carole.
Under Carole’s leadership, the RCA Youth Activities Committee goes into schools across the country to set up radio/technology programs. Equipment, cash grants, books, and supplies are donated to the chosen schools or youth groups.
Carole has moderated the Dayton Hamvention Youth Forum and Instructors’ Forum for 31 years. She is a member/director of QCWA and RCA. She is also a member of ARRL, DARA, (Dayton Amateur Radio Association) AWA (Antique Wireless Association), and Brandeis Women.
Carole is a contributing columnist for CQ Magazine’s Youth Column.
For questions or more information, please contact Tom Sly, WB8LCD — Phone: 330-554-4650 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no cost to attend.
Canton Engineer For A Day Program Needs Computer Company Sponsors
The Canton Joint Engineering Council (CJEC) is looking for computer related companies (employing computer engineers) located in the Canton, Ohio area to participate in an Engineer for a Day program which offers Senior High School students opportunities to spend part of a day with an engineer during Engineers Week in February. We find that there are more and more students interested in computer engineering but not many companies available to accommodate one or more students in this discipline. If you know of a company or someone who works for a company in the Canton area that hires computer engineers, please contact Brian Werner at email@example.com. Thanks for any input.
Executive Committee Meeting (EXCOM)
The next ExCom meeting is currently scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 at 6:00 pm at the Waterloo Restaurant, Waterloo Rd. Please contact Jim Dowey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to participate. All members are welcome to attend (meals are provided).
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