IEEE SoutheastCon 2008 - Report

 

Dear IEEE Region 3 Student Branch Counselors, Student Leaders, and

Region Members.

 

I want to thank all the students and branch counselors who

participated in the various student activities this past weekend. I

want to especially thank Matthew Erickson (R3 Student Representative)

and all of the student volunteers for all of their hard work before

and during SoutheastCon 2008.

 

Congratulations to all the winners and participants!

 

Region 3 Student Activities Web Page:

http://www.ewh.ieee.org/reg/3/student.html

 

SOUTHEASTCON 2008 AWARDS

 

WEB SITE COMPETITION

 

First Place: Christian Brothers University

Second Place: Virginia Tech

Third Place: Virginia Commonwealth University

 

SOFTWARE COMPETITION

 

First Place: University of Central Florida

Second Place: University of Florida

Third Place: Florida International University

 

STUDENT HARDWARE COMPETITION

 

First Place: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Second Place: Mississippi State University

Third Place: University of Florida

 

DESIGN PRESENTATION COMPETITION

 

First Place: University of Florida

Second Place: University of Central Florida

Third Place: Florida International University

 

STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION

 

First Place: University of Florida - Luis Vega and Camilo Buscaron

First Place - $800.00

 

Second Place: Tennessee Technological University - Corey D. Cooke

Second Place - $500.00

 

Third Place: University of Kentucky - Sam Nicaise and Robert Martin

Third Place - $200.00

 

ETHICS COMPETITION

 

First Place: Georgia Institute of Technology: Chetan Devchand, Chetesh

Devchand, Pranav Ghei

Student Branch will receive $400

 

Second Place: University of Florida: Brian Sapp, Carolyn Krekeler, Tony Gregory

Student Branch will receive $200

 

Third Place: University of Tennessee: Nicholas Jones, Olumide Aluko,

Benjamin Hardy

 

STUDENT T-SHIRT COMPETITION

 

First Place: Virginia Military University

Second Place: Tennessee Technological University

Third Place: Miami-Dade College

 

SCHOOLS THAT PARTICIPATED

 

Auburn University

Chattahoochee Technical College

Christian Brothers University

Clemson University

Duke University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

FAMU-FSU

Florida A&M University

Florida Institute of Technology

Florida International University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Southern University

Guilford Technical Community College

Maryville College

Miami-Dade College

Mississippi State University

North Carolina A&T State University

North Carolina State University

Old Dominion University

Pellissippi State Technical Community College

Southern Polytechnic State University

Tennessee Technological University

The Citadel

Union University

University of Alabama

University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa)

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Central Florida

University of Evansville

University of Florida

University of Kentucky

University of Louisville

University of Memphis

University of Miami

University of Mississippi

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

University of North Florida

University of South Carolina

University of South Florida

University of Southern Indiana

University of Technology, Jamaica

University of Tennessee

University of Tennessee - Knoxville

University of Tennessee - Martin

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Military Institute

Virginia State University

Virginia Tech

 

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Eric S. Ackerman, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean/Director Graduate Programs

Nova Southeastern University

Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences

3301 College Avenue

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

(954) 262-2063 - 1-800-986-2247 ext 2063

(954) 262-3915 Fax

http://www.scis.nova.edu

esa@nova.edu

 

IEEE Region 3 Student Activities Chair 2006 -

IEEE General Chair - IEEE SoutheastCon 2005

IEEE Senior Past Chairman, Florida Council 2002-2003

IEEE Broward Section Chairman

 

International Officer and Webmaster, Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society

 

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