IEEE Asia-Pacific (Region 10) Student Paper Contest is now open! Open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Undergrads doing ECTE451 and 458 right now this is a great opportunity for you as it aligns with the IEEE paper you need to write. If you are doing something outstanding then this is the place to show it off! Deadline 15th of May.
IEEE UOW Student Branch likes to invite you all for our upcoming event “Stand Out from the Crowd” which brings along industry experts who have also been IEEE members.
This will open up new ideas towards Industry Leadership, Consultancy and Trends. We encourage all our members/non-members to attend this event. You can
Please register for this event as we have limited number of seats at the venue. Refreshments will be provided.
If you are new to IEEE (never been a member before), you can apply for a free membership which is offered by IEEE NSW Section.
Please follow the process in this notice to get your FREE membership today!
You’re invited to attend the IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group and Women in STEM society forum on “Unconscious Bias in the Workplace” with Guest Speakers: Annie Harper and Jacqueline Jezzard.
The forum on “Unconscious Bias in the Workplace” will be held on Monday, 27th February, from 5pm – 8pm in UOW 24-102.
One of our guest speakers, Annie Harper, is passionate about improving the representation of women in STEM and she is using her skills to create a virtual reality simulation focusing on unconscious bias in the workplace.
So we decided to hold a forum to give her some ideas based on the experiences of women working in the industry in the past and present.
This is a great opportunity to network with current industry representatives.
Please contact Alanna Vial to sign in for this event.
After going through all the official processes, we have received the confirmation of forming of the “IEEE UOW Student Branch-Women in Engineering Affinity Group”
To celebrate this the affinity group members invite you all for a quick coffee today (13th February, 2017) afternoon at 4.30 pm at the kitchen area on the 2nd floor of SMART building.
We know it’s a quick invitation. But, if you are around the Uni just join us to congratulate and encourage the WIE affinity group.
Special thank goes to Alanna who is our WIE representative for all her works to form the affinity group.
Our Women in Engineering representative, Alanna has initiated the process of forming an IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group in UOW.
Women in Engineering membership is FREE when you JOIN / RENEW your membership. Therefore, please add the Women in Engineering membership to your this year membership to encourage the women representation in engineering.