IEEE Region 5

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    • New post: New IEEE-USA President Elect 2017 https://t.co/tgvk8tVcPy
      about 3 weeks ago
    • More fun at #ieeer5: breakout sessions! These are always a good way to meet our #ieee neighbors in the region. https://t.co/ANNhzxAz0c
      about 4 weeks ago
    • @gichic Keep the #ieeer5 pictures coming! @jrpurvis3
      about 4 weeks ago
    • @Trinity_U Way to go! Moving up the ladder at #ieeer5 robotics competition. https://t.co/X6hUeP0kIe
      about 4 weeks ago
    • Trinity moving up the ladder at #ieeer5 robotics competition. https://t.co/X6hUeP0kIe
      about 4 weeks ago

History

The History Committee researches, collects, and documents past history of IEEE Region 5.  Theodore A. Bickart is the current chairman.  The primary location of Region 5 history is at the IEEE Global History Network (GHN).  The purpose of this page is not to duplicate that content, but rather to list a few of the major milestones in our history.  You are encouraged to visit the GHN site where you are free to add your own words of recollection to our history or to that of your own local entity history.  Suggestions for items to include here are more than welcome.  Enjoy!

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Many thanks to Jim Leonard and John Meredith for their lists of pre-2000 former directors!  Note that prior to 1963, IEEE didn’t exist as such.  AIEE and IRE both had regions but the organization was a bit different from now.  For that history, you are referred to the GHN.