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We are here! IEEE Region 6 Southern Area

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
The UCR IEEE Club has grown into a multitude of future engineers from many different disciplines. We all envision that our club will be the most influential and most recognized student engineering organization on campus. Our club has done a great job in providing cost-saving parts for electrical engineering labs, while financing its own projects and functions.

The purpose shall be the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, computers, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or the related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional development of members.
http://www.ee.ucr.edu/~ieee

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Micromouse Competition Placed 2nd and 3rd in 2004, 2005 Official Region 6 Micromouse Competition held at UCLA. Goal this year: UCR IEEE Micromouse Teams places 1st , 2nd ,and 3rd place. Consumer Electronics Show Annual club field trip to Las Vegas from Jan. 7th – 9th , 2005. 24 IEEE club member attendees.

Bowling Night

IEEE Sports Teams Lab Parts Sale

Weekly social event for all IEEE members Engineering Intramural basketball and co-ed soccer teams creates team work and a social network among engineers. Provide discount lab parts for engineering lab courses that helps fund activities for IEEE club

http://www.ee.ucr.edu/~ieee

Society of Women Engineers
o 52 active members (male and female) o Freshman Mentoring o Thanksgiving Potluck o Study Jams

The mission of the Student Section is to:

-- develop programs to enable our members to improve their leadership, time management -- Encourage girls and women to study engineering -- Provide women with a sense of belonging -- Demonstrate the value of diversity and teamwork -- Promote the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life

Society of Women Engineers
o SWE-Orange County 20th Anniversary Banquet o National Engineer’s Week—Women Panel o SWE Region B Conference o JPL/NASA Tour

Ice Cream Social September 28, 2004

ASPIRE :: ADVANCE :: ACHIEVE

Accomplishments
National Conference – 3 officers present
Attended seminars on how to improve Chapter Connections made with other student Chapters Exchange of ideas: outreach, recruitment, socials

Mission:

AiChE @ UCR strives to ease the transition "from college to career" and enrich the collegiate experice for both students and faculty by providing various opportunities that include visiting industrial plants and other chemical engineering environments, organizing exam preparations, resume workshops, and guest speakers.

Regional Professional Chapters – LA & OC
Networking with Industry members at Chapter dinners Participation in paper/presentation competition
Marie Donnelly – First Place Perla Ayala – Second Place

http://www.engr.ucr.edu/~aiche

E- Week – Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
Outreach and connections outside of college Donations from multiple university departments

Future Events
Greater involvement with college Work with CEE 010 – Group Project ideas Speakers from industry – work/internship opportunities

AIChE @ UCR Website A more professional look for better outreach

http://www.engr.ucr.edu/~aiche

National Society of Black engineers

Mission
To increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

------------------------------Chapter Goals
Provide an environment conducive to learning the technical and social aspects of our trade in order to grow as students and professionals.

National Society of Black engineers

Accomplishments Speaker from SBC Career Center Speaker Regional Conference in Sacramento E-week Basketball tournament National Conference in Boston NSBE Pre-college Initiative Day

Members
100% increase in membership Interdisciplinary membership Across Engineering Fields (CEE, EE, ME) Across Environmental Fiends (Science, Toxicology)

Professional Development
Section representative from MDAQMD Undergraduate Research Workshops

Vice President of AWMA Marie Donnelly during Industry Day

o E – Week: Kamikaze Egg Drop II
o Entries from students across UCR o Integration of technical skills and imagination

o Involvement within the College
o Ideas on how to improve waste management o Establishment of recycling in Engineering Labs o Interdisciplinary design projects

o Club Goal
o To become a leader for environmental awareness and change within the College and University

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Club Mission
SHPE is the leading social technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science.
SHPE @ UCR Banquet at the Marriott in Downtown Riverside

Over 40 members

Accomplishments
-Has secured over $3,000 in outreach money. -Only organization in BCOE to offer its members over $7,000 in Xerox Scholarships. -MESA HS DAY -National & Regional Conference attendance

American Society Of Mechanical Engineers
o Club Vision To create an environment to engineers in which the will feel comfortable to be in as an engineer o Accomplishments o Increase in membership, up to 50 o Continued participation in student competitions o Goals o Set up an Alumni Network o Achieve recognition in competitions

THE CALIFORNIA ALPHA BETA CHAPTER

The members of EHS are in either the top 1/8 of their Junior class or the top 1/5 of their Senior class Membership in Epsilon Eta Sigma distinguishes you as one of the top engineers at UCR Members are known for not only their academic excellence, but also for their integrity, and commitment to their school and community.

THE CALIFORNIA ALPHA BETA CHAPTER of TAU BETA PI

o Accomplishments: o Mentor program o Attendance at the Tau Beta Pi national meeting o Initiation as the CA Alpha Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi o Club goals: o Be more active in the COE

THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS

Mission:

o To find new ways of transportation methods. o # of members: 25 o Major accomplishments this year: Mini Baja o Club goals: To expose students to hands on work with types of transportations.


								
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