IEEE Canadian Foundation
IEEE Canadian Foundation McNaughton Learning Resource Centre (MLRC) Grant
ICF provided an MLRC Grant to the IEEE Student Branch of Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Kitchener, Ontario for upgrading their McNaughton Learning Resource Centre. The Student Branch reported that, with additional financial assistance from other sources, the upgrade has been successfully implemented. They managed to purchase a 3D printer, Dremel and Dremel Drill press, and additional Dremel accessories, which will allow them to finish and modify the printed parts. They also acquired a four-channel oscilloscope, a DC power supply, a hot-air gun, and a soldering station, which enable students to work on more complex projects in their IEEE Innovation Lab, a.k.a. IEEE Makerspace. This upgrade widens learning opportunities provided by the McNaughton Centre and has led to a significant increase in the IEEE student membership at the College.
IEEE PES Scholarship Plus
The IEEE Power and Energy Society Scholarship Plus initiative helps prepare the next generation of power and energy engineers. The IEEE Canadian Foundation welcomes your personal or corporate donations in support of this initiative, which are held and distributed in Canada for the full benefit of Canadian recipients.
2015-16 Canadian Recipients:
Lianne de la Salle, University of Ottawa, 2017 (new)
Yilin Zhao, University of Calgary, 2017 (new)
Aagnik Pant, McGill University, 2019 (new)
Andrew Bonnell, Memorial University, 2016 (renewal)
Stephanie Gerbeau, McGill University, 2015 (renewal)
William Skinner, University of Calgary, 2017 (renewal)
Last minute reminder - Grants deadlines
|McNaughton Centre Grant Applications (awarded once each year at the ICF December Board meeting)|
|Deadline: November 15.|
|IEEE Canadian Foundation Special Grants|
||An IEEE Student Branch, an IEEE Section, an IEEE Canada Committee, a non-IEEE entity such as a high school, or in rare cases an individual, all in Canada.|
||To partially fund one-time new and innovative projects that advance IEEE's core purpose to foster technological innovation and excellence to benefit humanity.|
|IEEE Canada Vehicular Technologies Travel Grants|
|Two travel grants each year, each one not to exceed $1,200.|
||IEEE Student Members in good standing in a Canadian University or College (at a college, undergraduate or graduate level).|
||To support IEEE student members to attend and present a paper at a Vehicular Technologies Conference or other IEEE Conference related to Vehicular Technologies.|
You Can Make a Difference - Donations to ICF by IEEE annual membership renewal
Your donation means so much to the success of projects, initiatives and awards reported here in the IEEE Canada Newsletter. During your upcoming IEEE annual membership renewal, please make use of the convenient option to donate to the IEEE Canadian Foundation to sustain and grow the range of IEEE activities supported across Canada. Direct donations are also welcome, online (http://ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/donateonline.php)
or by mail (http://ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/don_mail.php).
A Volunteer-Webmaster Needed for IEEE Canadian Foundation
The IEEE Canadian Foundation (ICF) is seeking a volunteer to maintain its bilingual website (http://ieeecanadianfoundation.org). He/she will be part of a small committee whose duties include posting ICF meeting information and other related material, and coordinating French translation with the volunteer(s) handling that task. Some proficiency in French would be helpful/of value.
Experienced/knowledgeable and interested volunteers, please contact: John Mowbray, ICF Nominations Committee, John.Mowbray@ieee.org
Webmestre bénévole recherché par la Fondation Canadienne de l'IEEE
La Fondation canadienne de l'IEEE est à la recherche d'un ou d'une bénévole pour maintenir son site Web bilingue (http://ieeecanadianfoundation.org). Cette personne fera partie d'un petit comité chargé notamment d'annoncer l'information sur les réunions de la Fondation, de diffuser les documents connexes et de coordonner les travaux de traduction vers le français auprès des traducteurs bénévoles. Une connaissance du français serait utile et appréciée.
Les bénévoles compétents et expérimentés qui désirent occuper cette fonction sont priés de communiquer avec: John Mowbray, Comité des nominations de la Fondation canadienne de l'IEEE, John.Mowbray@ieee.org