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I just took over leadership if the IEEE Humber chapter after it was halted due to COVID 19....
It has been a real challenge since I started, picking up the pieces and figuring everything out.
Thanks to the help from Professors Maryam, Brandeen and George, we are trying to get things ready for the 2022 winter semester....
I am looking forward to getting the chapter active again with competitions with prizes, more members, new clubs like the Amateur Radio Club,
I am really happy to get the Women In Engineering back to its full potential and organizing events and trips again!
I hope to see you around Humber in 2022! Our board is myself, Daniel Moses, Keegan Maloney, and Manavi Sharma. Thank you to our other volunteers like Herman and Kirandeep for all that you have done for us! It takes the effort of many volunteers to keep this chapter running smooth.
We are looking for volunteers to help us build prototypes for the "Smart City" so that we can gain recognition and get more funding and scholarships for 2022. An IEEE Humber student was awarded a scholarship in November 2021!!!
If you have any questions, and you don't see us around campus, you can email us at IEEEHumber@gmail.com or click the link on the top right corner.
The Canadian division of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) representing the technical fields within the engineering profession.
The Toronto sub-division of IEEE Canada connects together members across the Greater Toronto Area within the electrical, electronics and computer engineering fields.
The Toronto sub-division of IEEE Canada brings together women members across the Greater Toronto Area within the electrical, electronics and computer engineering fields.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology with more than 423,000 members in over 160 countries. This highly cited organization is a leader in engineering research and innovation and a trusted “voice” for engineering around the globe.