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    • New post: Seminar IEEE Corpus Christi and Kingsville Student Branch: What Are Standards? * https://t.co/nqk8DEG5xS
      about 2 weeks ago
    • Live from Ft Collins CO #ieeepresidentsforum Join a 'watch party' at a section near you! https://t.co/8UQz8cgciQ
      about 4 weeks ago
    • @ieeegreentech19 who is in charge of student competitions in 2019? Specifically, the robotics competition.
      about 2 months ago
    • New post: 2017 MOVE Volunteer Appreciation https://t.co/mzvY55JXGc
      about 3 months ago
    • #ieeer5 checkout the IEEE-USA Future Leader Forum to be held in Austin, July 26-28, 2018. https://t.co/7AKfWMGgyC T… https://t.co/duiQ9pJQD4
      about 5 months ago

South Area

South Area Coordinator for 2018-2019 is Christopher Sanderson

This space reserved for information specific to the South Area as required by the area coordinator.

News from the South Area:

Seminar IEEE Corpus Christi and Kingsville Student Branch: What Are Standards? *

On Tuesday, April 23, 2018 the IEEE Corpus Christi and Kingsville Student Branch sponsored a seminar “What Are Standards?” facilitated by Christopher Sanderson, Region 5 South Area Chair and Standards Education member volunteer along with Bob Shapiro, Region 5 Director who also added additional insight on the importance of...Read More »


2017 MOVE Volunteer Appreciation

A sincere thank you to all the volunteers who contributed to making IEEE-USA MOVE Community Outreach successful in 2017. Volunteers from Region 5 are highlighted.

  • 2018 Atlanta Science Festival – March 24
  • Scott Kuntzelman
  • Kathy Land • Catherine Lumsden
  • Leda Lunardi
  • Joe Lillie (R5)
  • Lee Mari • Don Mitchell
  • Dennis Moen
  • J. Derald Morgan (R5)
  • Derik Pack
  • Karen...Read More »

Why I am an IEEE member

Late last month, I received my brand new IEEE Life Senior Member certificate and membership card. This means that as of the 2017 membership year I will be age 65 years or older and have been a member of IEEE for at least 35 years. One of the benefits of...Read More »