IEEE’s executive members are mostly third year and above, and definitely available as a resource if you get stuck on a problem or need advice on a project—just ask or email one of us.
We don’t keep scheduled tutoring hours, but we continue to make arrangements for one-on-one tutoring as the need arises. We’ll be happy to help out if you need extra help above and beyond what the professor or TAs can provide, or if you just want something explained a different way. Stop in and visit us in Rhodes 810A any time the door is open.
Ian Measures is the 2014-15 Tutoring/Social Chair and he can be contacted by email if you have questions about IEEE tutoring.
Other places to get help
The College of Engineering and Applied Science also operates its own tutoring program for engineering and engineering technology students, which offers assistance with math and engineering courses, and is open weekdays in the Rhodes 8th floor collaboration area (801M).
Don’t forget that the Learning Assistance Center’s also has a peer tutoring free program available for all subjects (with less emphasis on engineering-specific courses).
Adam Ren is the 2014-15 fundraising chair. He can be contacted by email if you have any questions about IEEE fundraising or corporate sponsorships.
Student Professional Awareness Conference
Student Professional Awareness Conference (SPAC) is an IEEE-sponsored event that brings Professionals and students from all over the region will come together to discuss engineering ethics, management, networking, and entrepreneurship.
The 2014-15 SPAC Conference chair is Thinh Nguyen.