IEEE is pronounced “eye-triple-E”, and stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Comprised of more than 360,000 individuals from every corner of the world, IEEE is the premier Electrical Engineering technical society. IEEE consists of several Societies that specialize in areas of electrical and electronics engineering as well as computing. IEEE has many chapters spread across the world, including this one at Auburn University
About IEEE at Auburn University
Auburn University IEEE works closely with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) honor society to organize meetings, lectures and extracurricular activities for ECE students. IEEE student officers network with industry leaders and invite guest speakers to the campus for talks. The branch also participates in annual events such as E-Day and homecoming, which are geared towards Auburn’s prospective students and alumni.
Joining Auburn’s chapter of IEEE is free, and there are no class or major restrictions. Just join on AU Involve. By signing up, you’ll receive emails with our meeting schedule. Joining global IEEE is $32. There are lots of good reasons why you should. You can read about them and apply here.
To be kept up to date, join our AU Involve page here. Joining AU Involve will add you to the IEEE mailing list.
About Auburn University
Auburn University is an academic institution located on the rolling plains of Auburn, Alabama. The university enrolls over 25,000 students from all 50 states and nearly 100 countries.
Since awarding its first engineering degree in October 1872, Auburn University has grown to host over 3,700 undergraduate and graduate students in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the College of Engineering offers bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering with Computer option, and Wireless Engineering. The Wireless Engineering degree program is offered jointly with the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Auburn University was the first university in the world to offer a Wireless Engineering degree.