1MadridApril, 2013Manuel Castro, Ph.D.PresidentIEEE Education SocietyProfessor of Electrical EngineeringUNED, Madrid, Spain
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 72 Chapters more or less active◦ Very low turnover rate Al...
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 2 technical meeting per year requirement◦ Far too low an ex...
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering EducationIEEE MGA should:Greatly improve liaison w/SocietiesTAB<->MG...
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering EducationObjective 1 To enhance the Societys publicationsObjective 2 T...
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Educationwww.ieee.org/edsoc6
IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Educationwww.ieee.org/edsoc6
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  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Be sure to note some of the challenges engineering educations are facing worldwide. Include: Bologna process in Europe Wordwide accreditation bodies and skill set recognition Humanitarian work in developing countries Technical literacy in the internet era Population decline in developed countries and the shift toward smaller employee sets
  • IEEE Education Society presentation at the IEEE Region 8 Chapter Coordinator Meeting chapters,

    1. 1. 1MadridApril, 2013Manuel Castro, Ph.D.PresidentIEEE Education SocietyProfessor of Electrical EngineeringUNED, Madrid, Spain
    2. 2. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 72 Chapters more or less active◦ Very low turnover rate All management done by EdSoc Chapter Chair◦ No regional coordinators◦ Regional coordinators under consideration But not enough chapter clusters to justify regional leader◦ Personal touch from EdSoc level is very valuable◦ Awards: best chapter award, leadership award◦ Certificates for long-term and/or distinguished service
    3. 3. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 2 technical meeting per year requirement◦ Far too low an expectation◦ Does not foster excellence-quality Our highly functional chapters have:◦ Access to peer-reviewed student-only journal Online only, TEE◦ Outreach & Mentoring◦ K-12/pre university contact/activities◦ Student Branch/Chapter contact/activities
    4. 4. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering EducationIEEE MGA should:Greatly improve liaison w/SocietiesTAB<->MGA link is very weakNot make policy changes w/out Society input◦ For example, January 2011 major changes for formation ofnew chaptersStructure w/in Sections to blend ChaptersGroup meetings of leaders of all Chapters
    5. 5. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering EducationObjective 1 To enhance the Societys publicationsObjective 2 To develop the Society’s conferences intopremier, international conferencesObjective 3 To provide new professional developmentopportunities for membersObjective 4 To evaluate and improve the effectivenessof the governance structure of the SocietyObjective 5 To increase the number of members5
    6. 6. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Educationwww.ieee.org/edsoc6
    7. 7. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Educationwww.ieee.org/edsoc6
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