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Student Activities Conference 2018

Apply to attend the Student Activities Conference in April in Pittsburgh, PA below!

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WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

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"The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world’s largest technical organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity."

Our West Virginia University chapter is proud to honor that commitment by encouraging our own members to achieve the most that they can while pursuing their Electrical and/or Computer Engineering degrees. We do this by offering our members hands-on projects, networking opportunities, and academic assistance. Interested in joining? Check out our Membership Page to find out how!

Develop Your Skills

Technical and social skills are important towards building your career.

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Keep yourselves busy!

Part of professional development means that you need to find opportunities to develop your technical and social skills, things that are difficult to acquire in just a classroom setting. With our robust list of student projects and activities, we'd like to help you improve your own engineering knowledge and expertise.

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