IEEE Member Benefit for January 2023
IEEE Member Group Insurance Program - Professional Liability Insurance
A mistake can jeopardize your future as a consultant. Get the protection you need with Professional Liability Insurance. This exclusive program for IEEE members protects you against negligent acts, errors and omissions.
As an IEEE member, you’ll have access to Choice coverage from established approved insurers: Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's of London and/or Beazley Insurance Company.
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Articles and Resources
IEEE educational activities continue to offer online instruction and IEEE's pre-university educational resources may be of assistance to families of students whose classroom activities have been disrupted. Home-schooling parents and students can explore the IEEE TryEngineering database to learn about a wide variety of concepts.
Understanding that technology and history are not mutually exclusive subjects, IEEE REACH provides history teachers and remote learners with free educational resources that situate science, technology, and engineering in their social and humanistic contexts.
Scholarships, Awards, and Prizes
Scholarship/Grant/Prize offered by IEEE Canadian FoundationSubmissions due March 15, 2023
- IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships
- Findlay Scholarship
- Power Quality Scholarship
- Alden Scholarship
- Gargantini-Strybosch Scholarship
- Cercone Computer Science Scholarship (now biennial, ask for further info if interested)
- Students, and others:
- Special Grants (for new and innovative projects within Canada, including those with humanitarian focus)
- All Student Levels
- VT Travel Grants
- WIE and YP
- Women in Engineering Prize
Information and online submission forms are here:
IEEE Canadian Foundation
IEEE Canadian Foundation Thanks 2022 DonorsYour donations have enabled programs that support learning, innovations and recognition across Canada for the IEEE community. Thank you for investing in the strength of IEEE Canada.
IEEE Canadian Foundation Donor-Supported Grants AwardedThe IEEE Canadian Foundation supports Canadian student engagement, learning and collaborative team work through donor-supported grants – approved at the December Board meeting are:
McNaughton Learning Resource Centre Grants
- University of Saskatchewan (resources for design Project Club)
- Concordia University (3D printer, soldering setup and board assembly enhancements)
- Memorial University (establish maker space)
- Carleton University (upgrade to maker space)
- University of Calgary (Canadian students design/deploy alternate energy - Peru solar)
- UBC Agrobot (Building a competitive autonomous agricultural robot)
- UBC Hydroponics (Develop a low-cost and low-maintenance autonomous hydroponics grow system)
- McGill University ("Incorporating Sustainability Into Our Endeavors" Workshop)
- Concordia University (Pilot a student-centered portfolio site in technical communication)
- University of Alberta (Student team for Alberta Rocketry Research’s deployable payload development)
- University of British Columbia (Thunderbots autonomous soccer-playing robots)
- University of Waterloo (A) (Rocketry development of redesigned power and live telemetry systems, and greatly improved mission control software)
Upcoming OpportunitiesThe next round of IEEE Canadian Foundation scholarships, grants and prizes closes March 15 – Check details here
- IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships (five offered)
- IEEE Canada Power Quality Scholarship (Northern Canada & Southern Alberta Sections Only)
- IEEE Canada Women In Engineering Prize
- Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship
- Dr. Robert T.H. Alden Scholarship
- Gargantini - Strybosch Scholarship
- IEEE Canadian Foundation Special Grants
- IEEE Canada Vehicular Technologies Travel Grants
Streamlined Donation via IEEE Dues Renewal Shopping CartYour gift supports Scholarships, McNaughton Learning Resource Centres and Grants to new and innovative projects in Canada. It is easy to donate to the IEEE Canadian Foundation at Dues Renewal (including Life Member confirmation). At the Payment page, look for "Donate to IEEE", then click "View Donation Options", look down the list for IEEE Canadian Foundation. Receipts for Canadian tax purposes are produced by the IEEE Canadian Foundation early in the new year. Thank you for your support!
Learn about the IEEE Canadian Foundation at https://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/
Dave Kemp Memorial FundThe Dave Kemp Memorial Fund has been established in memory of Dave Kemp, serving Director of the IEEE Canadian Foundation, past IEEE Canada President/Region 7 Director and life-long volunteer and supporter of IEEE in Canada and internationally. This fund will support IEEE programs that match Dave's passions and interests, including Young Professional activities, volunteerism, engagement and student growth across Canada. Donations in honour of Dave may be made at http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/davekempmemorial
Gift of Securities to the IEEE Canadian Foundation – Invest in Scholarships and Grants to Canadians
A gift of securities is a very cost-effective way of supporting the IEEE Canadian Foundation, immediately or though a gift bequest in your will.
With a donation of publicly traded securities you will receive a charitable gift tax receipt for the full market value of your gift. This avoids you incurring Canadian capital gains tax since the securities are transferred intact to the Foundation.
Gifts of securities must be arranged by electronic transfer between your investment broker and the Foundation broker.
As you consider a gift of securities, we can work with you and your advisors to receive your gift. Please request our GIFT of Publicly Traded Securities form, available upon request from the Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
IEEE Canadian Foundation Donor Supported ProgramsDonor supported programs of the IEEE Canadian Foundation support education, boost professionalism and make an impactful contribution to the humanitarian use of technology. The September Board meeting approved.
- Vehicular Technology Travel Grants for IEEE Student Members presenting papers:
- Mr. Akash Samanta University of Ontario Institute of Technology Rapid Thermal Modeling and Discharge Characterization for Accurate Lithium-ion Battery Core Temperature Estimation
- Ms. Anindita Golder University of Ontario Institute of Technology A Supercapacitor and Fuzzy-PID Controller-based Active Charge Balancing Scheme for Lithium-ion Batteries
- Special Grant for:
- IEEE Humanitarian Technology Conference (IEEE Canada hosting) – Student Video Competition Prizes. Go to: https://ihtc2022.ieee.ca/
COVID-19: The IEEE Canadian Foundation remains committed to supporting our programs, donors and grantees. Thank you for your ongoing support during these unusual and challenging times.
IEEE Canadian Foundation is a registered charity in Canada and a public foundation. All Canadian individual donors receive CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) approved tax receipts. The IEEE Canadian Foundation remains committed to supporting our programs, donors and grantees. Thank you for your ongoing support during these unusual and challenging times. Please visit ICF Facebook page