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IEEE UMD Student Chapter

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers University of Minnesota Duluth Student Chapter (IEEE UMD) is a student run organization which provides learning and networking opportunities for students with an interest in electrical engineering.

We will typically be meeting at 4:00 pm on Thursdays in MWAH 102 approximately once a month, where we discuss upcoming events for the organization. Events hosted by IEEE UMD usually consist of faculty presentations, company presentations, facility tours, and picnics. Membership is not required to attend activities, however it is encouraged! Additional members registered on the CollegiateLink page means that we officially have more members in the club, and can request additional funding based on the number of people participating.


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