PREMIER Engineers Speak at the UC IEEE Meeting!

The University of Cincinnati student branch of IEEE (UC-IEEE) understands that diversity fuels creativity and innovation in any environment, and we at PREMIER, definitely agree!

UC-IEEE holds twice-monthly meetings featuring speakers from outside the university to discuss topics of innovation, emerging technologies, entrepreneurship, and professional development. The meetings also offer hands-on workshops covering a variety of topics that benefit all majors, including web development, programming techniques, and electronics repair. Rob Riemen and Adam Yager, both engineers with PREMIER and UC Alumni, were asked to speak at the most recent @UC-IEEE meeting.

PREMIER is proud to partner and sponsor events involving the IEEE association. At PREMIER, we believe student engagement in co-curricular and extracurricular activities boosts professional skill development in engineering education at an undergraduate level. IEEE is the world’s largest association of professionals in science and engineering. Its core purpose is to foster technical innovation for the benefit of humanity, which IEEE pursues by assisting science and engineering education at all levels, sharing and publication of research, and creation of international technical standards, such as the well-known IEEE 802 series networking standards.

IEEE formed in 1963 as the “Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers” from a merger of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers, but the full name is no longer used. Today’s members are not only electrical and electronics engineers, but also computer scientists and other individuals in allied disciplines such as mechanical engineering, civil engineering, biology, medicine, physics, and mathematics.

To read more or become a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) please visit their website:

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