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IEEE Elections

Yesterday we had elections for all positions in the IEEE. These officers will hold their positions until the conclusion of this election cycle at this time next year.

Congratulations to our following officers:
President: Chris Thierauf
Vice-President: Andrew Zucker
Secretary: Andrew Mellen
Treasurer: Alec Hewitt
Lab Tech: Raymond Jenks
Freshman Project Chair: Michael Spaluzzi
PR: Devin Taylor

New logo designs

We’ve got some new logo designs! These are just rough drafts, but we would love to hear what you all think of them. Click on the image to bring up the full size version.

Here’s our go-to logo:

Next, a remix of the original logo, remastered at a higher resolution and using a font more in line with the IEEE Master Brand. There’s also a new tagline, which helps give a better idea of what we do here.

Next, we’ve got a more balanced version. It has the leads mirrored on either side of the text, keeping everything better aligned and centered.

We’ve also got a smaller version, which has been compressed vertically:

In a similar category, we’ve got our favicon and filler images:


Spring Semester Ends!

With classes and finals complete, we’ve finished this semester. We’ve been able to get a lot of work done- the 3D printing group has made a lot of progress, we revived the radio telescope project, started and finished a project on harnessing radio power, and more.

Given that it is now the summer semester, and most of us aren’t around, we won’t  be holding general meetings. You can sign up for our newsletter to get updates as to the next one (check out our contacts page).

Because there won’t be many people around, rather than having people renew lab access, we’ll just be extending lab access for those who had it during the spring semester. This means that if you were able to get in using your card in the previous semester, you’ll be able to get in this semester. That will all reset in the Fall semester like usual.


Photo credit: By Martina10 (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons