On April 23rd, 2018 EPRI and the local East Tennessee IEEE chapter held a workshop on the new IEEE 1668 Recommended Practice for Voltage Sag and Short Interruption Ride-Through Testing for End-Use Electrical Equipment Rated Less than 1000 V. The workshop explained the entire standard, discussed how to apply, and solidified the concepts with live demonstrations. … Read more
Section Secretary/Treasurer Nora Dianne received the following email from the Tennessee Science Bowl Coordinator on Feb. 27, 2018. Dear Nora, Thank you for helping to make the Tennessee Science Bowl (TSB) a tremendous success! Fifty-nine teams from fifty schools across Tennessee participated this year. Thanks to IEEE of East TN, 290 students were able to… Read more
The East Tennessee Section was recognized for it’s participation and sponsorship of the 2017 Tennessee Science Bowl at the annual TSB banquet on March 1st. Below is a picture of your William Milam holding the IEEE certificate at the dinner. He is pictured with representatives from our Platinum Sponsors: Michele Branton (DOE ORNL Site Office Deputy Site Manager),… Read more
The East Tennessee Section was recognized for it’s participation and sponsorship of the 2016 Tennessee Science Bowl. Secretary/Treasurer Dianne Bull Ezell accepted a certificate of recognition at the annual banquet.
I am pleased to recognize the East Tennessee Section for meeting its retention goal for the 2016 membership year. Congratulations! The membership development goals were developed based on your Section’s four year performance. You are to be commended for continuing to grow IEEE membership in the East Tennessee Section. Regards, Antonio Luque 2016 Chair, IEEE… Read more
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