IEEE Central Texas Section
|Volume 47-08||August 2003|
A Newsletter of the Central Texas Section (www.ieee.org/CTS)
of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc.
Published monthly (Deadline is the 25th day of the previous month), John R. Purvis, Editor (email@example.com).
|Section Activities||Chapter Activities|
|The Chairman's Column||Communications/Signal Processing Societies||Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society|
|The Next Section Meeting||Computer Society||Power Engineering Society|
|Other Important Events and Notes of Interest||Consultant's Network||Women in Engineering|
|Editor's Notes||Electromagnetic Compatibility Society||Student Branches|
|Email List||Engineering Management Society|
All Section Officers (and Chapter Officers, when appropriate), review each one to determine whether any changes are warranted. We would like to please everyone, but you know that we must serve what we perceive to be the overall interests of our membership. Thanks to those who send in their emails offering suggestions. Please keep the cards, letters and emails coming; they are important to us.
T. Scott Atkinson
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For further information, contact Emily Sopensky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information, contact John Brogan (email@example.com) at 510-353-3375
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Tickets go on sale July 28 - $25 Members, $30 public. Only 200 tickets are available.
Sponsored by more than 100 engineering, scientific and education societies, as well as major corporations dedicated to increasing public awareness and appreciation of engineering, National Engineers Week is celebrated annually by tens of thousands of engineers, engineering students, teachers and leaders in government and business. IEEE/IEEE-USA and Fluor Corporation of Aliso Viejo, Calif., are co-chairs of EWeek 2004.
All IEEE nominees will be included on the IEEE and/or EWeek and IEEE-USA web sites. An article featuring the IEEE "New Faces" will appear in THE INSTITUTE and/or IEEE-USA NEWS & VIEWS.
Nominees must hold an engineering degree, be employed as an engineer from two to five years, and have been involved in projects that significantly affect public welfare or further professional development and growth. Candidates are also asked to list languages in which they are fluent.
IEEE nominations can be submitted through the regional directors, section and GOLD chairs, or independently, and should be directed to Kelly Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for all IEEE/IEEE-USA nominations is Friday, 5 September 2003. For a "New Faces" nomination form, or for more information about National Engineers Week, go to www.ieeeusa.org/eweek or www.eweek.org.
Keynote speakers and peer panels with industry moderators will explore globalization as it relates to...
Registration: Early registration is available online now!
For more details: Contact Emily Sopensky, Conference Chair: 512/452-2448 or email@example.com.
Date: August 21
Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: SBC Technology Resources, Inc. (SBC-TRI)m 9505 Arboreturm Blvd., Austin, TX
Reservations: If you plan to attend, please send Email to Howard Headrick at firstname.lastname@example.org for planning purposes.
|Computer Society - San Antonio [for more information] |
Reservations: Contact Kevin Nickels, email@example.com, 210-999-7543
|Computer Society - Austin [for more information] |
Date: August 27
Location: Hewlett Packard, 14231 Tandem Blvd, Austin, TX 78759
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Date: Thursday, August 14
Time: 6:30pm - Networking, 7:00pm - Program
Location: China Star Restaurant, 6134 Hwy 290E, Austin, Texas, located at the north east corner of IH-35 and 290E
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Management Society [for
If you are interested in the Engineering Management Society, contact Steve Prough, Vice-Chairman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of interest may be the Graziadio Business Analysis site at Pepperdine University [These materials are the responsibility of the authors and publisher of the newsletter and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of IEEE]
|Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society [for more information]|
Engineering Society [for
Speaker: Gregory A. Hagopian, Vice President of Fuel Technologies, Atascadero, CA
Date: Tuesday, August 26
Time: 6:00 - Social, 6:30 - Dinner, 7:00 - Business meeting, 7:30 - program
Cost: $10, free for students
Reservations: For further information, please contact Susan Thompton or Steve Kanetsky, at 512-326-3380
Location: El Gallo Mexican Restaurant, 2910 S. Congress Ave, Austin, TX
in Engineering [for
Topic: Managing Your Career: Rising in the Ranks in a Technical World
Speaker: Gail Taylor-Russell
Date: Tuesday, September 2, 2003
Location: La Madeleine Cafe, 3418 N. Lamar at 35th St. 512-302-1486
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