Events Planned for 2019-20
Coffee and Donuts – Every second or third Thursday morning in the basement of Riggs – Free to all ECE majors!
Tech Talks – Network with employers and learn about the engineering industry
Inter-Department Dodgeball Tournament – A bit of friendly competition with other Engineering departments at Clemson!
T-shirt/Sticker/Magnet Sales – Represent the ECE department!
IEEE Day October 3, 2017- We Will be hosting a business social night!
Dynetics Tech Talk September 25, 2017- Come Listen to a Rep. from Dynetics come talk to our chapter, great for networking.
Eastman Chemical Company September 21, 2017-Time: 3:30-7:00pm- Come talk with several Reps. from Eastman Chemical Company!
Ice Cream Social August 30, 2017– Come enjoy an Ice cream outside of Riggs Hall!
Tuesday, February 23, 2017 – SoCore Energy Seminar “High Grid Saturation Rates of Wind and Solar Generation” @Freeman Lecture Hall
Thursday, February 26, 2017 – GE will be hosting a presentation/ meet and greet at 6 P.M in Earle Hall Room 100.
Thursday, October 9, 2016 – Air Watch Tech Talk hosted by IEEE Student Branch
Air Watch – based in Atlanta, GA is looking for passionate Computer Engineers to help them sustain the position of the World’s Leader in Enterprise Mobility Management. Come network and see what career opportunities are available!
Tuesday, October 14, 2016 – Duke Energy – System Operations (Charlotte) P.E.S. Seminar
P.E.S. will be hosting a seminar of Sam Holeman and David Mc Ree who will be presenting on the Duke Energy Carolina’s Bulk Electric System as well as what happened to the Grid on the past ‘Polar Vortex’ and the future changes future power engineers will face sustaining grid operations.
Engineers from the Utilities in South Carolina as well as a local manufacturer of power equipment will be joint-hosting a seminar on Utilities.
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 – Tiger Prowl, Student Organizations Fair
The IEEE Student Branch will be on Bowman Field looking for fellow Electrical and Computer Engineers who want to join something that will build relationships with fellow students of all stages. Come out see what we are all about!!!
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 6:30pm – Officer Elections
IEEE Clemson Student Branch Officers were held on April 25, 2013. Any paid member had the opportunity to vote. The results of the elections were as follow: Chair – Joe Lavalliere, Vice Chair – Taylor Steinberg, Secretary – Scott Winters, Membership Development Chair – Tom Tarter.
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2013, 6:30pm – Dr. Todd Hubing speaks on Vehicle Electronics
Clemson’s finest Vehicle Electronics professor led tonight’s meeting by talking about trends in the vehicle industry. And since Toyota has been in the news recently about an alarming number of cases of unintended acceleration happening in its vehicles, Dr. Hubing addressed the topic of unintended acceleration and what could cause it.
Thursday, Mar. 7, 2013, 6:30pm – Condrey Corporation speaks on Entrepreneurship
David Condrey from Condrey Corporation in Greenville, SC was our guest speaker tonight. He spoke about his journey from being a Clemson Computer Engineering major to the CEO of a successful startup company.
Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 – Group Meeting of Upstate Branches/Section
On February 21st, the IEEE Clemson Student Branch invited the sister branches out from Bob Jones University and Greenville Technical College to listen to and connect with speakers from three companies around the area: Michelin, Eaton, and Teknor Apex. The Piedmont Section was also present. As usual, there were pizza and drinks available for members. Tonight was a good demonstration of some what the Clemson Student Branch stands for. We connected employers and students for the benefit of both parties.
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, 7pm – TED Talk, “Connected But Alone”
This evening, our usual Eat -> Socialize -> Listen format was changed. We still ate and socialized, but the goal tonight was to draw out good discussion about the TED Talk we watched by Sherry Turkle.
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013 – Student Paper Competition
The competition was strong but the number of participants few: Thomas Veith spoke on his research in a Creative Inquiry Team, and John Bohannon on a polymorphic virus he wrote for a network security class. In the end, John had the win by a few points’ margin. Judging for the evening were members of the IEEE Piedmont Section.