IEEE Oregon Tech – Wilsonville Branch

IEEE
June 21st, 2016

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What Do Google, Adobe, Intel Health and Life Sciences, and PayPal Know About Cyber-security That You Need to Know?

“Lots!  The attackers have gotten more sophisticated. No company or person is safe. The only way to protect your organization and your personal data in 2016 is with a strong Cyber-security solution. At Rock Stars of Cyber-security, we’ve brought together the real leaders in this critical technology – Google, Adobe, PayPal, Intel Health and Life Sciences, and others – to talk about the trends, cyber-security programs and advice on how you can develop real-world security solutions that work for your organization – and that don’t disrupt your operations.”

Click Here For Agenda and Guest Speakers

On September 13, 2016 Oregon Tech students will be attending the IEEE Conference: Rock Stars of Cyber-security/Threats and Counter Measures in Seattle, WA. If you are a registered student in the Information Technology program and are interested in participating please email our Director Professor Kris Rosenberg at kris.rosenberg@oit.edu.


May 26th, 2016

Thursday of Dead week, IEEE will be hosting a breakfast and lunch.

Breakfast will be from 9am to 10am.

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Breakfast: Coffee and Donuts

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Lunch will be from 12 pm to 1 pm

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Lunch. Fire on the mountain wings, and Salt and Straw ice Cream

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I don’t know about you but I am getting hungry just reading this!!

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On behalf of IEEE Executive Committee Members…

Good Luck With Finals, We Are Happy to Serve You.

 


May 5th, 2016

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My name is David Holloway and I have recently been given the opportunity to help design, and construct an off-grid solar photovoltaic system for a non-profit farm in the town of Malpaisillo, Nicaragua during the month of June.  As a current renewable energy engineering student with a previous background in solar technology, and having spent three years in Nicaragua I feel that this is a chance to finally use all of my skills to help people on a larger scale of magnitude.  I will be volunteering my time and effort, therefore this is a non-paying job.  The project will take approximately one month, and I am asking to raise $2,000 to help me get down there and cover my expenses for the month I will be gone.

Click Here For David’s GoFundMe For More Information


April 22nd, 2016

Earth Day

Admission

Admission is free to the Garden on April 23, 2016. We encourage you to make a $5 donation when you bring your family to enjoy this day of free education and entertainment.

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Parking on site is $5. Free shuttles will be available from:

Presentations & Activities

  • The Mushroomery: Growing Gourmet Mushrooms In The Home Garden
  • Oregon Department of Energy: Are Vampires sucking your home dry? Dr. Energy has tips on lights, loads, leaks, and freaks.
  • How to do backyard composting
  • Face Painting by Mary Ferguson

For More Information Click Here


April 4th, 2016

Energy

The Oregon Energy Future Conference is taking place on Wednesday April 13th which is right around the corner. The first 10 students to attend will receive $25 discount on registration. We will be carpooling from the OregonTech Wilsonville campus to the Sheraton Airport Hotel.

Learn, interact with your peers, do business:

  • Gain an up-to-date perspective on the state of the industry, policy developments & technologies.
  • Explore the forces shaping the markets for renewable energy & energy efficiency.
  • Learn the keys to successfully develop renewable energy projects.
  • Examine the leading thinking in advancing efficiency.
  • Explore how to do business in Oregon & with whom.
  • Discover opportunities for your business in supplying the energy industry.
  • Meet and network with colleagues, partners & customers

Email william.warnock@oit.edu to reserve your $25 discount today

For more information on this event Click Here


March 4th, 2016

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February 23rd, 2016

IEEE is having an Open Forum Today at Noon.

Please join us in discussing our club events and upcoming field trips.

Free pizza and drinks are being served.

Open Forum


January 21st, 2016

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On January 26th Oregon Tech students will be taking a shop tour of SMART facilities in Wilsonville OR. The tour is from 10:30 am to 11:30 am and is available for the first ten students who sign up. This comes after the first official year as our EV Bus Project is finally starting to take off. Oregon Tech students will receive a City of Wilsonville SMART Bus and convert it to an all electric vehicle and then run it on a bus line here in Wilsonville. We will be researching and building the city bus and is completely hosted by students with direction from Stephan Lashbrook, City of Wilsonville Transit Director. If this sounds like something you may interested in please contact andrew.madey@oit.edu for more information.


January 12th, 2016

Job Fair

Free Passes to the IEEE Online Job Fair
Wednesday, January 20~ 10 AM – 2 PM

Students are specially invited to kickstart their careers in

2016 at the IEEE Online Career & Talent Expo.

For instant access to all webinars, companies &

resources click here to register  select non-member

and enter STUDENTPASS in the discount code.


November 18th, 2015

Emerson

A Passion for Progress and Integrity

Applying the Best Technology and Greatest Human Talent to Benefit Our Customers and the World

Few companies can rival Emerson’s steady rise during the last half century to rank among the most innovative and successful industrial enterprises, widely known for our management process, sustained financial performance and operational excellence. What began in 1890 as a single plant producing electric motors and fans in St. Louis, Missouri, has grown into a global technology and solutions provider that meets some of the world’s most significant challenges.

Emerson holds prime global market positions in each core business: Network Power, Process Management, Industrial Automation, Climate Technologies, and Commercial & Residential Solutions. While we drive our achievements with a multitude of sophisticated processes, operations and skills, our fundamental approach follows this simple proposition: Emerson combines the best technology and the world’s greatest human talent to create solutions for the benefit of our customers and the world. We succeed by thoughtfully applying this principle to help our customers grow, to improve quality of life and to meet important business and social challenges.

Emerson’s long-term success ultimately depends on our management team’s ability to maintain our conviction and continually reshape our approach in a dynamic world. Our management values and beliefs begin with integrity: We insist on integrity in everything we do. In addition, our focus on sustainable business practices and decisions guides our management and approach to social stewardship. We firmly believe that these principles directly support our primary obligation to manage for the benefit of our stakeholders.

Day-to-day, this means investing in people, cultivating leaders, focusing on innovation for our customers, creating jobs and economic development, delivering solutions that enhance living standards, and assisting the efforts that sustain a healthy and safe world.

While much remains for all of us to accomplish, we take enormous pride in Emerson’s contributions and in the skills and momentum that we bring to critical issues in today’s world. learn more