IEEE-USA’s New, Free August E-Book Encourages Teachers, Student, Parents To Explore Creativity

WASHINGTON (1 August 2022) —  These powers of imagination and creativity are among the few things that set us apart from the rest of life on Earth. But they make all the difference.  ~Sir Ken Robinson Prolific writer and educator about all things engineering, Harry T. Roman, is back with a new e-book series on creativity in the… Read more

2022 IEEE TryEngineering TESI STEM  Career Panel Discussion

Advancing Technology for Humanity in Houston and Around the World. On Thursday, June 30th, 2022 I asked the question “Can I find some #future STEM Career Innovators in this room today?” IEEE Houston Section Volunteers and several of our community colleagues from IEEE, NSBE Process Improvement SIG, ABB, EATON, and other Electrical Industry panelists participated in a STEM #career Panel Discussion… Read more

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley IEEE Student Branch in Brownsville, TX

On Thursday, April 28th, 2022 I had the opportunity to spend a few minutes with some amazing future #STEM Innovators at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Although I shared some #whomovedmycheese moments, I was even more amazed about their future aspirations and solutions they will bring in advancing technology for humanity. For those who didn’t know the #ieeestudents #robotics team… Read more

NSBE Houston Professionals Spring 2022 Fresh Start Program

On Saturday, April 30th, 2022 volunteers from IEEE Houston Section, EATON iConnect, and NSBE Houston Professionals will be partnering together to facilitate a day of STEM Workshops. Fresh Start consists of interactive workshops that creatively engage students, ranging from 3rd to 12th grade, to explore the many different disciplines in the field of engineering. The… Read more

The University of Texas at Tyler Houston Engineering Center ROV

On Thursday, April 21st, 2022 I had the opportunity to visit the UT Tyler Houston Engineering Center and attend “The Order Of The Engineer” and visit the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Expo. The Order of the Engineer is an association for graduate and professional engineers in the United States that emphasizes pride and… Read more

IEEE R5 Houston Section: 2022 Graduation Stole Program

To facilitate and promote graduation among our graduating IEEE members from the affiliated Houston Student Branch, the IEEE Houston Section is offering the Stole purchase program. The cost of the stole is $45.00 USD. To get your IEEE stole, simply, Register via vTools by May 1, 2022. https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/311137 You must enter your member number  There are… Read more

What is Greening?

As time goes on, concern for the well-being of our planet has grown. Carbon emissions are one of the major topics people think about when discussing how to help the environment. According to IEA, there were 31.5 Gigatons of CO2 emissions in 2020 and 33.0 Gigatons in 2021 globally [1]. To put this into perspective,… Read more

Article: Electronic Parts Outlet (EPO) November 2021 Houston Section Meeting

Electronic Parts Outlet (EPO) November 22 at 5:09  · Houston, TX  · It was truly our pleasure to host a small meeting for IEEE Houston Section members at our store after work on Thursday, November 18, 2021. I believe we had in some of one of the student branch chapters here in Houston. What an amazingly cheerful and friendly group… Read more

Article: Houston Section Seminar: At Texas Southern University “What Are Standards?”

On Tuesday, November 9, 2021, the IEEE Houston Section facilitated a “What Are Standards?” Seminar at Texas Southern University, for the past 4 years (Except for 2020 during the Pandemic)  Christopher Sanderson, IEEE Houston Section Chair and IEEE Region 5 South Chair has facilitated this seminar to over 30 student attendees many of which are not IEEE Student Branch members. The great… Read more