To ignite excitement in younger students and engage and help educate the next generation of engineers, ComSoc is now offering a variety of resources in STEM and Pre-University Education.
These offerings help students, their teachers and parents learn more about communication technologies and understand potential career paths in this area.
The IEEE Pre-University STEM Portal Grant Program is now accepting proposals to receive funding for 2023 Pre-University STEM activities. This year, ComSoc is contributing $1000 to fund grants with a communications engineering focus (grants at various funding levels are available). Grant proposals will be accepted from 1-28 February 2023. Read the full article to learn more about the criteria for these grants and how to apply.
Explore what is happening within IEEE ComSoc to reach younger students and inspire the next generation of communications engineers. There are Pre-University / STEM educational activities and events happening throughout ComSoc. Get a glimpse of what is taking place, some ideas to plan your own activities, and instructions on how to share information about your events. Read the full article to learn more.
The team of volunteer judges from IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Educational Services Board, Women in Communications Engineering Committee (WICE), and the TryEngineering Program of the IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) was overjoyed with the response and the number of creative ideas that were submitted for the Pre-University Hands-On Activities Contest. The objective of this contest was to identify imaginative and innovative hands-on activities designed to explain communication technologies topics to Pre-University students. The entries that stood out as being exceptional and fully met the terms of the contest were selected as winners in the various age categories. Read the full article for more details and the list of winning entries.
20 October 2022
In this webinar from 18 October 2022, Dr. Shahrnaz Azizi, Principal Engineer in the Connected System Lab at Intel Corporation, shared her work with IEEE 802.11 Standard, which is particular to the specifications set for Wi-Fi. As wireless communications emerge and evolve, the standards to which these technologies will be held will also need to evolve.
To view more TryEngineering Tuesday Webinar Recordings and other valuable resources, please visit the Resources page.
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