Loading Events

« All Events

2021 IEEE Connecticut Virtual Townhall

September 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

In celebration of the Connecticut Section’s 100 year anniversary, please join us for a virtual townhall! We’ll hear short 3 minute presentations from each of the active society and affinity groups in Connecticut. During which you’ll learn more about each society and affinity group, what they’ve done in the recent past, and plan to do in the coming months. There will also be time for breakout rooms for questions, and networking as well! RSVP below to get access. Registration will remain open up to the start of the event! Agenda: 7pm: Townhall WebEx Opens CT Section Introductions & Welcome – Chair of IEEE CT Section, Oscar Tonello 100th Anniversary History Lesson – Oscar Tonello Computer Society, Presents – Amalia Rusu Power & Energy Society Presents – – Mark Wallace Break – Discussion Breakout Room Format [ 2 minutes ] Robotics & Automation, Presents – – Kevin Huang Women in Engineering, Presents – Charlotte Blair Student Activities [ 3 minutes] – Dave Broderick Young Professionals – Leontine Kansongue PACE, Presents – Gary Felberbaum Main room – Before breakout rooms – Open to member questions – General discussions (e.g. promotion of past & future events can be discussed)/ Importance of membership/ benefits/ attending event, etc. – Q: How did you hear about this event today? – Q: How do you use social media to stay informed about IEEE? (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) – Attendees can move between breakout rooms Breakout rooms’ sessions – – Power & Energy Society- Mark Wallace – Robotics & Automation, – Kevin Huang – Women in Engineering, – Charlotte Blair – Computer Society, – Amalia Rusu – PACE, Gary Felberbaum or Oscar Tonello – Young Professionals – Don McMenemy or Leontine Kansongue – Student Activities – Dave Broderick or Bruce Lerner Main Room – Discussions after breakout room – Final Thoughts from ExCom, Chairs & Vice-Chairs Hartford, Connecticut, United States, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/280784