Since 1916, the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities IEEE Student Branch has been providing access to a global network of professionals and experts covering a wide variety of fields and topics in engineering, science, and technology. We provide students, faculty and staff across the entire university with academic resources, networking, and student leadership opportunities. Learn more about joining under the membership page or visit us in Keller Hall Room 2-110.

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The University of Minnesota- Twin Cities IEEE Student Branch is lead by a dedicated board of student leaders. Currently, the board consists of the following students.

Chair Vice-Chair Secretary
Arnav Solanki Pao Thao Morgen Barker
Electrical Engineering, Senior Electrical Engineering, Senior Electrical Engineering, Junior
I enjoy practicing origami, playing the guitar and working out at the Rec every other day. I love meeting new people and engaging in discussion at the IEEE lounge. As President of IEEE, my ambitions lie in improving outreach, strengthening our network and enhancing the facilities we provide. I hope you find as strong a community in IEEE as I did. As my role as Vice Chair in the IEEE student branch, I am strongly motivated to help continuing the success of IEEE’s goal. Not just by providing tutorials and hosting events to help sharpening students skills but to connect students such as myself to real working professionals in the fields of science and engineering so we can understand what the working world is like after we graduated from college and start our journey as working professional ourselves. In my spare time I enjoy reading, playing video games, and playing tabletop games such as Pathfinder. On campus, I often spend time walking around or studying in Keller Hall. I find that the variety of student groups on campus is one of the more exciting aspects of going to the U of M. As the Secretary for IEEE, I handle communication between officers, members, and faculty. I also log the minutes during meetings and manage the newsletters. My office hours will be on Friday, 2:45 PM to 4:15 PM.
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Treasurer Career Fair Coordinator System Administrator
Jack Erhardt Jackie Zamow Matt Stiehm
Electrical Engineering, Senior Computer Engineering, Senior Computer Engineering, Senior
As treasurer of IEEE, I am responsible for managing our finances and making any purchases for our group. This encompasses everything from large scale banquets, to keeping the room stocked with forks. It is my goal to see IEEE grow in size, so please don’t be shy about coming to me with questions or ideas. That’s what I’m here for! My favorite part of my degree is being able to design devices, and coordinating communication between devices. I have been with IEEE – UMN for 3 years, and I love the supportive atmosphere of our community. This year, I am the Career Fair Coordinator so I will be helping IEEE communicate with the CSE administration as well as coordinating career fair volunteering. Outside of academics, I love martial arts, hockey, and enjoying live music. Welcome to IEEE! I’ve really enjoyed being a part of IEEE. Having a place to come to work and talk with students all taking the same or similar classes has been invaluable. I’m also involved in Go-First Robotics on the Autonomous Snowplow team where I work on the autonomy software. In my spare time I enjoy gardening and tinkering around with DIY robotics applications. I’m looking forward to having a great senior year!
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Membership Coordinator Advisor
Serena Nicoll Kyle Dukart
Electrical Engineering, Junior ECE Department Administrator
I’m looking forward to a great year! IEEE is a great environment to socialize, grow your network and get help with your homework. It’s an honor to be serving IEEE this year. Kyle is the department Administrator of the ECE Department at the University of Minnesota. He is avidly supportive of student organizations such as IEEE.
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There is a planning meeting this evening at 4:30 in the IEEE room! Among other things, the Committee structure will be discussed.

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