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Future Of Student Branches


A highly interactive session organized by Marko Delimar, R8 Director Elect.

A highly interactive session organized by Marko Delimar, R8 Director Elect.

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  • 1. Future of IEEE Student Branches Marko Delimar MGA Student Activities Committee R8 Director-Elect
  • 2. IEEE Membership Students (in both grades) • 80 000 • >20% Others • 285 000 • 100% were Students • 55% joined IEEE as Student Members
  • 3. IEEE Student Activities Educational Activities Professional Activities Technical Activities Social Activities Awards and Contests Fun!
  • 4. Student Branch the heart of Student Activities in most cases associated with a University some Sections have none some Sections have over 30
  • 5. IEEE Organisational Chart IEEE IEEE IEEE Executive Board of Executive Staff MEMBERS Director Directors Committee Educational IEEE-USA Standards Activities Board of Directors Association Board Member and Technical Geographic Publication Services Activities Activities & Products Board Board Board
  • 6. TAB MGAB Regions Affinity Groups Societies Sections Chapters Affinity Groups Student Branches SB Chapters SB Affinity Groups
  • 7. Student Activities Committees BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER AND GEOGRAPHIC MGAB SAC ACTIVITIES BOARD 25-30 members (10 students) Regions Region 8SAC Region SAC 6 members (4 students) Section SAC Sections STUDENT ACTIVITIES CHAIR STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE Student Branches
  • 8. IEEE Student Activities (random thoughts) improve the quality of student membership represent the interests and concerns of students worldwide promote the importance of networking and relationship building increase synergy between students and other IEEE units make students aware of responsibilities of the profession foster student branch development
  • 9. Awards and Contests IEEEXtreme Ethics Contest Student Paper Contest Student Branch Web Site Contest Micromouse/Robotics Contest Regional Exemplary Student Branch Award Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award Darrel Chong Student Activity Award IEEE Student Enterprise Award
  • 10. IEEEXtreme 3.0  24-OCT-2009 24-hr Global Programming Challenge
  • 11. IEEE Student activities are great!
  • 12. The most important message! Have FUN!
  • 13. MGA SAC Mission To deliver a common, high-quality IEEE student member expirience, globally, to encourage lifelong professional sucess through IEEE membership
  • 14. MGA SAC Vision to be recognised as the global platform to inspire, enable, develop and support students as the future leaders of their profession
  • 15. MGA SAC Goals Work in progress
  • 16. Some interesting questions? Who are you and why are you in this room? What are the problems faced by students IEEE members? How to improve the student member experience? What is an IEEE Student Branch? What is its core purpose? Most important activities?
  • 17. Things to do today… Define Mission, Vision and Goals for your Student Brach Mission - Why do you exist? IEEE's core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. Vision - What do you want to be? IEEE will be essential to the global technical community and to technical professionals everywhere, and be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions. Goals - Steps to reach your vision.
  • 18. Mission statement example: Space... the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before.
  • 19. Breakout Groups Natalia Eva Matt Rick Om Lise Andrew Susan Briana Pablo