The IEEE Education Society's Chapters Committee has created a Student Activities Committee (SAC).
The SAC is a team of approximately
student-members. These student leaders are continuously involved in defining different aspects of the SAC,
guidance of an advisory board. One of the SAC's first initiatives is the establishment of a continuing serial
The Multidisciplinary Engineering Education Magazine (MEEM) is a student publication of the
IEEE Education Society
Student Activities Committee (EdSocSAC) whose primary objective is to facilitate the publication of students' papers, and
also of educators, whose works can influence the scientific preparation of pre-college students.
In order to ease the publication of papers authored by students and the inclusion
of other kinds of articles (like interviews and correspondences) a Magazine format
was preferred. That way, peer-reviewed papers would be shorter than those required
by a Transaction, being more suitable to reflect the work of college and
undergraduate students. Also other types of articles could be included, according
to the guidelines established by the IEEE for its different publications. (See
All articles and sections "shall be scientific, literary, and educational in
character," in accordance to the ES principles. (See ). Contribution promoting
the cooperation of ES members are welcome.
The preliminary scope would comprise: Student's point of view on, and interaction
with, science/engineering education; Engineering education on an international
context; Impact of technologies in education; K-12 teaching towards engineering
careers. All of them inside the fields defined by ES in its Constitution:
"Educational Methods, Educational Technology, Instructional Materials, History
of Science and Technology, and Educational and Professional Development Programs
within Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and, allied disciplines." 
The IEEE Multidisciplinary Engineering Education Magazine is soliciting manuscripts from interested students and educators that address practices, instructional tools, programs, analysis and design techniques, and other relevant issues with regards to multidisciplinary engineering education. Manuscripts must follow the preparation and submission guidelines described in the
IEEE Guide for Authors. For further information contact Editor in Chief, Emmanuel A. Gonzalez, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org).