Call to Action: IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference

The female STEM superhero, Marie Curie, once said, “I was taught that the way of progress was neither swift nor easy.” Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the only woman in history to ever win it twice, and the only human to ever win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences…. Read more

IEEE VoLT Program 2018 Graduates

Recently the IEEE Houston Section celebrated another VoLT (Volunteer Leader Training) graduation celebration class with Jerry Harness and Chang Duan. Both, Jerry and Chang leveraged the the Center for Leadership Excellence  (CLE) to complete one of the tracks of the VoLT program. The CLE is designed to serve the multiple and diverse range of IEEE… Read more

Press Release: IEEE HOU Sec. Recognizing our 2018 IEEExTreme Volunteers

Press Release: On Thursday, April 25, 2019 the IEEE HOU Sec. will be recognizing its 2018 IEEExTreme 12.0 proctor volunteers. The IEEEXtreme is an annual hackathon and competitive programming challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members and supported by Volunteer Proctors who are IEEE member, compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to… Read more

Houston Young Professionals – April Networking: Boba Tea & Game Night

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, local IEEE Young Professionals joined together at The Teahouse for a networking event over boba tea and board games. Throughout the course of the evening, upcoming Houston Section and YP events were shared as well as opportunities on how to become more involved with IEEE. For more information on getting… Read more

Houston Section at Science Engineering Fair Houston (SEFH) 2019

The 60th annual Science Engineering Fair of Houston (SEFH) was held Saturday, February 23rd, 2019, in the George R Brown Convention Center.   This year’s SEFH represented 150 Texas middle and high schools had 815 science projects submitted and had over 1000 students participate!   The Houston Section of IEEE came out in force to volunteer as… Read more

The Run of Pi 2019 – Call for Volunteers

Call for volunteers to the Run of Pi 2019 Date: Sat, February 16, 2019 Time: 8:00 – 11:00 AM Location: MacGregor Park, Calhoun Road, Houston, TX, USA [5225 Calhoun Rd Houston, TX 77021] The mission of the Engineers Week “Run of Pi” is to give back to the community by promoting healthy and engaging activity. Profits raised… Read more

Volunteers Needed – 2019 Regional Mathcounts Competition

Call for volunteers to the 2019 Regional MATHCOUNTS Competition Date: Saturday, February 9, 2019 Time: (7:30 am – 1:30 pm) Venue: FLUOR ENTERPRISES, INC. SUGAR LAND COMPLEX 1 Fluor Daniel Drive Sugar Land, Texas 77478 p. 281-261-1000 Volunteers: All interested volunteers should RSVP by 02/04/19 at www.tspehouston.org/mathcounts For more information or questions, please contact: Nick Barnett… Read more

IEEE devDay 2018

IEEE HOU Sec. devDay 2018 Forbes top 10 Workplace Trends You’ll See In 2018, #1 prediction is that companies will continue to promote their workspaces and design them to facilitate interpersonal relationships between employees.  IEEE devDay is designed to engage and assist attendees to tackle this new workplace and assist in the professional development skills gap. This day-long… Read more

Seminar: “Who Moved The Cheese?”

On Thursday, November 30, 2017 volunteers from the IEEE Houston Section facilitated a seminar “Who Moved the Cheese?” in partnership with PVAMU College of Engineering. Dr. Sarhan Musa, Professor and Director of the Prairie View A&M University AVAYA Networking Academy (PVNA) asked IEEE volunteer facilitators CB Sanderson and Kevin White to share their experiences “How to be successful After you… Read more

IEEE PCIC 2017 Congratulates Houston Sections own Donald Dunn

Article originally appeared in Electrical Business magazine on September 19, 2017. No additional rights are taken. September 18, 2017 – With all the technical sessions going on here in Calgary for IEEE PCIC, it was good to take time over lunch to recognize individuals who contribute so much of their time to PCIC and IEEE, standards development,… Read more