It is an immense pleasure to announce that the academic honor society, IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN), is commencing its newest chapter, Mu-Omega, at Florida Poly. The IEEE-HKN Board of Governors approved our application earlier this week.
Dr. Ashiq Sakib, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and past vice-president of the Gamma-Tau Chapter of IEEE-HKN, along with Jaimie Davis, junior in electrical engineering and treasurer of the IEEE-Chapter at Florida Poly, have worked closely with IEEE-HKN headquarters since last November to instate the honor society chapter at Florida Poly. Every year, lifetime membership will be conferred to a handful of excelling students based on their academic standing within the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science curriculum.
IEEE-HKN is a highly prestigious International academic honor society of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) founded on October 28, 1904. It has an enrollment of around 200,000 lifetime members to date. Mu-Omega, as an IEEE-HKN chapter, will not only strive towards the academic excellence of students by enriching their scholarly resume, but will also prepare them for future leadership by enriching their character and attitude. Apart from promoting academic excellence, the chapter will provide a networking platform to our future professionals, as well as an opportunity to serve and volunteer for the university and the community.
More information regarding IEEE-HKN can be found here.
For any questions, please contact Dr. Ashiq Sakib.