IEEE HOU Sec: Young Professionals (YP) December 2017 Update

        Merry Christmas everyone! Young Professionals Updates:  The YP Whole Person Development event held in November was a success. Attendees indulged in excellent brews and came to plenty of conclusions regarding confidence, vulnerability, leading, and (most importantly) how to balance the three in the workplace to achieve professional success. YP is on… 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 Christopher Sanderson and Kevin White to share their experiences “How to be successful After you… Read more

Congratulations to our 2017 Corporate Partners

Congratulations to the 2017 IEEE Houston Section Corporate partners that have supported the section Societies and Communities in a number of volunteer and community outreach activities. Aramco Services Company CenterPoint Energy Jacobs Engineering Join us Thursday, December 7, 2017 as we say “Thank You” and celebrate.  Our key note speaker will be Sandra L. “Candy” Robinson. … 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

IEEE Houston Section “Hurricane Harvey” Volunteers Respond

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Texas on August 26 as a Category 4 storm, IEEE Houston Section volunteers and IEEE MOVE truck offer relief and help to those in need. The MOVE team started preparing for deployment on August 24, closely monitoring Harvey when it was still being labeled a tropical storm. The… Read more

2017 IEEE Volunteer Leadership Training Program (VoLT)

Call for participation: 2017 IEEE Volunteer Leadership Training Program (VoLT) The MGA Training Committee is pleased to announce the launch of the Volunteer Leadership Training Program (VoLT) for this year. The program enters its fourth successful year of implementation with >120 graduates representing all IEEE geographic Regions. VoLT is targeted to volunteers who have a… Read more

2016 IEEE Houston Section Top Volunteer: Christopher Sanderson

On Thursday, January 12, 2017 the IEEE Houston Section held a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner for its 2016 Committee, Society, and Group Chairpersons. For more than 80 years the IEEE Houston Section volunteer leaders in chaired position have been serving our Houston Section, this was especially special in 2016 because of the great growth in Membership, Mentorship, and Senior Membership…. Read more

IEEE Needs Your Help!

The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems The purpose of this Initiative is to ensure every technologist is educated, trained, and empowered to prioritize ethical considerations in the design and development of autonomous and intelligent systems. View specifics regarding the Mission and deliverables for the Initiative. See a list… Read more

Congrats to Sara Stephens IEEE 2016 Young Engineer of Year

Congratulations to Sara Stephens IEEE 2016 Young Engineer of the Year. Sara was selected as IEEE Houston Section Young Engineer of the Year, her technical achievements and IEEE Houston Section volunteer accomplishments. We know that you will represent us well at the 2017 Houston Engineer Week. About Houston Engineers Week Recognizing that service to the… Read more

Region 5 and HOU Sec. Honors Ross Anderson with Lifetime Achievement Award

On January 21, 2017 Region 5 and the Houston Section recognized one of its own with a Lifetime Achievement Award. For those who don’t know Ross Anderson his bio is below, but he has been a strong and constant leader and supporter of IEEE. “It was an opportunity for the close friends and fellow colleagues… Read more