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Networking Super Session (NSS) Last Friday of Every November.

February 26, 2013

The Networking SuperSession (NSS) is a mixer for students and industry professionals in electrical and computer engineering and related disciplines. This event offers a relaxed, low-key atmosphere with catering, and low ratio of students to industry representatives (approx. 3:1).
For students:
Learn more about local companies that hire students and graduates from EE, CompE, and EngPhys.
Take advantage of excellent networking opportunities — meet engineering professionals.
Tickets are low-cost with additional discount for IEEE members.

Why chooseIEEE?

This is an important question to ask, and IEEE|SB brings you, at the very least, one step closer to the solution. Volunteering shows:Strong character and willingness to take initiativeThe fact that you decided to step up to the plate and contribute to the community which you are part of is a great indication of character.
Although it is free to volunteer with IEEE|SB at the University of Alberta,there is a small fee to join the IEEE Organization. Undergraduate students are heavily subsidized with membership costing only $32 annually. The more tangible benefits include:
*Subscription to IEEE Spectrum and Potentials magazines
*Access to the IEEE Xplore online digital library
*Get your own @ieee.org e-mail alias
*Hundreds of conferences in all areas of IEEE; members receive discounts on registration
Become involved in professional activities related to your discipline