The 2012 IEEE Region 7 (Canada) Student Congress was held at the Delta Airport West Hotel, Mississauga in conjunction with the Region 7 GOLD Congress. Please visit the Congress page for more information. Event photos can be found on our Facebook page.
This year’s winners are: 1. University of Ottawa 2. University of British Columbia 3. McGill University Congratulations to these Branches, and keep up all the good work.
We are pleased to announce the Website Contest Winners for Canada (the first and second place winners go on to the Global competition) 1. University of Ottawa – http://www.ieeeuottawa.ca 2. Carleton University – http://www.ieee.carleton.ca 3. University of Waterloo – http://ieee-sb.ca/ Thank you for all your submissions.
The Student Activities Committee (SAC) is delighted to congratulate Harshul Srivastava from the University of British Columbia Student Branch as the winner of the Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award 2012. This Award consists of a customized award plaque and three years complimentary membership in the IEEE. We would like to recognize the following… Read more
The purpose of this award is to recognize annually, in each Region of the IEEE (in our case IEEE Canada), the student member most responsible for an extraordinary accomplishment associated with student activities. The selection will be administered by the IEEE Canada Student Activities Committee. For more information and for the nomination form, please visit… Read more
One outstanding counselor from Canada will receive a US $500 cash award and a personalized certificate. The respective Student Branch will receive a US $200 cash award. Winners will be those who, through their work as Counselors and Advisors, exemplify the IEEE’s commitment to the educational, personal, professional, and technical development of students in IEEE… Read more
The submission deadline for the 2012 IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition is drawing near – submit your project between now and 31 January 2012. Show how YOU can change the world by developing a unique solution to a real-world problem using engineering, technology, science, computing, and leadership skills to benefit your community or… Read more
IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centre Grant Canadian IEEE student branches can apply for funds to establish an IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centre or to upgrade an existing Centre – $408,812 in 110 grants awarded since 1980 IEEE Canadian Foundation Special Grant The IEEE Canadian Foundation awards special grants that do not fall under the… Read more
This award will help fund your Student Branch activities, and it is not competitive in nature. There is NO LIMIT on the number of awards given. Deadline: November 15, 2011 More info: Visit the Student Concourse Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org and copy your RSAC and RSR