Title: The Role of the Conference Treasurer

Description: Learn more about the role of the Conference Treasurer. See best practices for conference budgeting, banking, contracting, bookkeeping, financial and tax reporting, audits, and much more!

Date: Thursday, November 14th

Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Event Address for Attendees: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7b906f4c1cad709cfe5ec1cf70120aad


Time: 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Event Address for Attendees: https://ieeemeetings.webex.com/ieeemeetings/onstage/g.php?MTID=e02c0b99275ecfd7abc58fe7d9ba760ac


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On the 17th of October, EPICS in IEEE in collaboration with the Arizona State University (ASU) Ira Fulton School of Engineering EPICS program, hosted the first EPICS Expo. The ASU EPICS Expo was an opportunity to highlight the innovative technological solutions that teams of exceptional engineering students were developing to assist local non-profits. 

Ray Alcantara, program manager for EPICS in IEEE stated: “It’s remarkable what these students are able to envision, engineer, and deploy. Everyone who has ever contributed to EPICS in IEEE should be proud of what these students are able to accomplish.” 

Leading technology visionaries are hosting popular panel discussions on the social impact of technology within their respective professions.  Similarly, the IEEE’s History Center is leading the way by bringing the same type of inquiry into secondary education classrooms with the IEEE REACH Program.  IEEE REACH focuses on the social impact of technology through the lens of History and provides teachers with cutting-edge lesson plans designed in an inquiry format that engage students to think like an engineer.  To learn more about the program go to reach.ieee.org, or check out this video, “To Engineer is Human

The IEEE History Center is seeking volunteers to present the IEEE REACH program to their IEEE Sections and to their local school districts and other local organizations interested in education. Kelly McKenna, the REACH Program Manager can provide a PowerPoint and further details to any interested volunteer.  In addition, an in-person presentation by a History Center staff member could be arranged should an organizational unit provide an invitation to do so.  Please contact Kelly McKenna directly with any questions, and with any interest in volunteering.  Kelly may be reached at  k.mckenna@ieee.org.

Did you know? ..........that CLE offers role descriptions for 23 volunteer leadership positions at the operational unit level? They apply to Section, Chapter, Student Branch, Affinity Group, and Committees. Starting August 2019, the CLE made available 10 role descriptions for volunteer leadership positions at the Region level. Go to the CLE homepage, click on the Volunteer icon to find the information located in a central area.

Questions on CLE? email m.t.schneider@ieee.org or s.kim@ieee.org

Did you know that the first IEEE DataPort Dataset Upload Contest was launched on October 1st in conjunction with IEEE Day?  The contest is open to all IEEE members so upload your dataset to IEEE DataPort today and qualify for valuable prizes!  Standard (non-Open Access) or Open Access datasets must be uploaded to IEEE DataPort to enter the contest. The top three datasets that get the most views during the month of October 2019 will receive prizes.  Enter today at https://ieee-dataport.org/dataset-upload-contest!

IEEE DataPort™ is an easily accessible data platform enabling users to share, access, and manage datasets in one trusted location.  You can upload up to 2TB of data, collaborate with other data owners, and also link your manuscripts and gain more citations for your dataset.