How Three Universities Are Keeping Up With Changes in Engineering

This article originally published by IEEE Spectrum Magazine on April 12, 1019. The IEEE HOU Sec. take no additional rights or privileges to the article and is  sharing for educational purposes only.  How Three Universities Are Keeping Up With Changes in Engineering Deans at City College of New York, Columbia, and NYU share what they… Read more

Houston Section Life Members Group

On Friday, January 25, 2019 the Houston Section Life Members Group (LMG) met for the first time with an overflow of attendees. We’re still unsure if it was because of this inaugural meeting presided by Dr. Cajetan M. Akujuobi, P.E. LMG HOU Sec. Chair or the Distinguish keynote speaker Mr. Joe Redfield, P.E., of Redfield Consulting… Read more

Special Note of Appreciation for Volunteer Efforts: Dr. Sarhan M. Musa

IEEE HOU Section would like to appreciate an active participation, initiatives and volunteer efforts of Dr. Sarhan M. Musa in IEEE R5 Meeting held in between April 6th and 8th, 2018 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, TX. Dr. Musa helped in setting up the computers for students to work on… Read more

IEEE Guest Speaker: Erin Urban “Developing an Environment of Innovation”

<?php echo do_shortcode(”); ?> On Thursday, March 22, 2018 we had the opportunity to listen and gain some words of wisdom from Erin Urban of UPPSolutions. Erin is a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and a Certified Professional & Leadership Development Coach with almost a decade in mentoring and coaching successful professional transformations. She shared… Read more

HOU Sec. Seminar: The Future of Rockets

The IEEE Houston Section  cordially invites its members, future members, and guests for a great start to the year 2018 by attending our January meeting on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Location: 5430 Westheimer Rd Houston, Texas 77056 The future of rockets: NASA is building a massive heavy lift rocket called the Space Launch… Read more

IEEE History Center November 2015 Newsletter

IEEE History Center November 2015 Newsletter The IEEE History Center e-newsletter is available free to all persons interested in technological history — whether engineers, scholars, researchers, hobbyists, or interested members of the public. The newsletter reports on the activities of the IEEE History Center and on new resources and projects in electrical and computer history…. Read more