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
Each year, IEEE selects three outstanding engineering student members to participate in the nine-week WISE program in Washington, D.C. Students discover how government officials make decisions on complex technological issues, while also learning how engineers and scientists can contribute to legislative process and regulatory decision-making. The WISE Program is ranked as one of the best… Read more
We are seeking two U.S. IEEE members interested in spending a year working for a Member of Congress or a congressional committee, one U.S. IEEE member interested in spending a year serving as a technical adviser at the U.S. Department of State, and one U.S. IEEE member interested in serving as a technical advisor to… 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
Knox Makers is a place for hackers, makers, crafters, artists, and mad engineers to play, work, teach, learn, and socialize: a hackerspace for sharing workspace, tools, materials, and knowledge. We develop both group and solo projects. Knox Makers is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization promoting mad science and creativity through presentations, hands-on workshops, and group projects, both… Read more
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