Congratulations to the University of Nothern British Columbia, Prince George and Concordia University-College of Alberta, Edmonton for forming new Student Branches and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver for forming a Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter.
The next deadline for IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships and Grants is March 15, 2011. Up to five ICF scholarships valued $5000 or $2500 for active IEEE Student volunteers, ICF Special Grants valued between $500 and $3000, and up to two Vehicular Technology Travel Grants valued up to $1200 are available. Click here for more information
Region 7 Student Activities Committee is delighted to announce that the Carleton University Student Branch has won the Third Place in the Global Website Contest. The University of Ottawa Student Branch has been placed Runner-up. Congratulations to both Student Branches!
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We are pleased to announce the SB Website Contest Winners for Canada (the first and the second place winners go on to the Global competition) 1st: Carleton University 2nd: University of Ottawa 3rd: University of Waterloo Great work everyone!!!!
We are pleased to announce the results of the Student Paper Contest for 2009: Western Area: 1st Place ($500 Life Member Award) “Neck Muscles EMG-Controlled Power Wheelchair”, Saul Godkewitsch, Tom Tran, Ben Liu, Ephrem Takele Zewdie and Ali Hassan, University of Alberta. Central Area: 1st Place ($500 Life Member Award) “Monarch Project”, Srdjan Damjanovic, Conestoga… Read more
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We are pleased to announce the SB Website Contest Winners for Canada (the first place winner goes on to the Global competition!): 1st: Carleton University 2nd: UOIT 3rd: Algonquin College Great work everyone!!!!
Congratulations to the first place winners of the Telus Paper Competition ($10,000) from Queen’s University: Jordan Heuser, Arjun Phull and Mark Storus for their project titled “Speech Synthesis though Gesture Recognition“. All winners were awarded their prizes at an exclusive Telus-IEEE Canada dinner/banquet, see photo. For details on all winners, please see here.
R7’s SAC is pleased to announce the winners of the SB Ethics Competition: Andrew Shaver (U of Ottawa), Matthew James (U of Guelph), Jieyi Rong (Carleton U) and Matt Gardner (McMaster U). They won a total of $500 dollars to be split between their Student Branches.