Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Harding University Student Branch
The purposes of this student branch are to advance and disseminate the knowledge of electrical engineering; provide an initial means of contact with the professional industrial world by means of touring industry, inviting guest speakers, participating in related industry events and involvement in IEEE events; prepare students for standardized professional testing; and promote development of an ethical and community conscientious student and future engineer with a Christian worldview.
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