Jason Rupe is the new Vice-Chair for Denver Section. Jason was approved by the Section Executive Committee on 10/17/2017. Jason hopes to support the society and affinity groups by fostering greater interaction and peer support through meeting, events, and best practices. He also hopes to help us find new ways to provide value to our… Read more
Are you curious about what leadership areas the Section Officers or Standing Committees are responsible for? Check out the revised IEEE Denver Section Officers – Volunteers document that will give you the lastest rundown.
The new Draft IEEE Denver Section Local Operating Procedures are available for review and comment by all Section Members until 12/31/2017. See the the Governance page for more info.
See the recent activity of IEEE Denver in the latest Newsletter: http://ieee-denver.org/mile-high-spark-april-2017-volume-8-issue-3/
We are pleased to announce the Denver Section has been recognized by the IEEE for meeting its retention goals, and has been awarded the 2017 Outstanding Section Membership Retention Performance Award. Congratulations! The membership development goals were developed based on the Section’s three year performance. Clearly, the officers and members of the Section are working hard to provide members with the… Read more
Chris Crosby, President of Colorado Electronic Product Design, volunteered to take over the Denver Section Treasurer’s position from Jeff Hardy who left for the warmer climate of Austin TX. Chris was elected at the June 20, 2017 ExCom meeting to officially become our treasurer and we’re happy to have him on board.
The Life Member Affinity Group is newest group formed under IEEE Denver Section. The official approval of the petition was received on 5/15/2017. Jim Sipes and Owen Herman led the effort to get this group set. Look for more information as the LMAG gets up and running.