I am presently reading the February issue of the ‘Bridge’, the magazine of the IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu honor society. Check out some of these excellent Feature stories:
One of the stories close to my heart is STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) and the article I am reading discusses STEAM education helping to lift developing nations out of poverty. How can this be done in rural schools, like the mountain kingdom of Lesotho in southern Africa, with no lab supplies, no electricity, and prevalent gender stereotyping? Read this article here.
In another story from this issue, we discuss the three key concepts of IEEE-HKN: scholarship, character, and attitude as they apply to the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa where the IEEE-HKN Mu Eta chapter joined forces with the university’s IEEE Student Branch with the goal of fostering growth of student involvement. You will see how students are prepared for the job market and the next gen engineers are strongly motivated. The article is here .
There are also notices for Graduate Fellowships to the University of Texas at Dallas, plus an article on the IEEE-HKN Outstanding Student of the Year for 2018 and so much more.
I encourage you to look into being a part of the IEEE and also to see what you may be able to do to work with a local IEEE-HKN chapter or even apply for admission to one.