Women In Engineering: You Can Do It!
October 26, 2018
CSU – Washkewicz Hall
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Ave.
3:00 – 4:30 pm
Dr. Margaret Nazario
Dr. Nazario will discuss what inspired her to become an engineer, her scholastic choices, her career path, and employment experiences as a female in a male-dominated field. She will also provide anecdotes on interesting female engineers who have made an impact on society, potential careers options for engineering students, and provide advice to female engineering students to help them successfully complete school in order to pursue an exciting and fulfilling career in engineering.
The Technology of Drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems – UAS)
October 30, 2018
Beacon Place Lower Level Conference Room
6055 Rockside Woods Blvd. N.
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Matthew Aldridge, certified Remote Pilot/UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) and Drone Department Head with CTL Engineering, will be highlighting all of the benefits of UAS/Drone Technology as well as technical capabilities, safe operations and best practices. You will understand what a UAS is, its technical capabilities and function. The applications are limitless and a few of the features/benefits are aerial photography, Topographic mapping, DTM (Digital Terrain Model), DEM (Digital Elevation Model) and DSM (Digital Surface Model) modeling, 3D Point Cloud modeling, progress photos, facility assessments, and inspection of infrastructure, parking lots, terrain, etc. The presentation will cover FAA regulations, accuracy, camera detail, inspecting inaccessible or hazardous areas, flight characteristics and limitations.
ACESS Honors & Awards Banquet
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Guy’s Party Center
500 E. Waterloo Rd., Akron
Topic: Racing Towards your Ideal STEM Career
Speaker: Cara Adams, Chief Engineer & Manager of Race Tire Development, Bridgestone Americas
Distinguished Award of Council: David W. James, Superintendent, APS
ACESS Award: Robert J. Erdman, APC, Retired, Keithley Instruments & Products
Networking & STEM Showcase: 5:30 pm
Dinner: 6:30 pm
Tickets: $25 ea for IEEE members and 1 guest
Reservations: Contact Rick Buchanan at (330) 497-8250 or firstname.lastname@example.org by October 26, 2018
Upcoming Tour of Case Western Reserve Think[box]
Tours of the Case Western Reserve Think[box] are planned for Saturday, November 10, 2018. The tours of the Think[box] run 20 minutes with time at the end for questions. Each tour has a maximum number of 20. The three consecutive tours start at 10:30 AM. The maximum number of people that can attend will be 60. Parking is at the visitors’ expense. Please park in the parking garage located at 2143 Adelbert Rd. next to the big windmill. Visitors should enter the Veale Athletic Center. The front desk will help you get to the Think[box].
Please arrive before 10:30 to allow the first tour to begin on time. Those not on the first tour can wait on Floor 2 where there are chairs and tables.
RSVP to reserve a spot by emailing Richard Buchanan (email@example.com).
Executive Committee Meeting (EXCOM)
The next ExCom meeting is currently scheduled for Tuesday, November 13 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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