HKN Fall 2018 General Body Meetings

On September 19th and 20th, HKN IEEE held its first General body meetings in which several potential inductees attended. The events introduced the attendants to what HKN IEEE does, what it stands for, what it can offer its members, and its history. Eta Kappa Nu was founded in 1904 in University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Today it has grown to over 200 chapters at universities across the entire world. In HKN IEEE, we promote excellence through an emphasis on scholarship, character, and attitude.

We introduced what it takes to become an official inducted member of IEEE, which consists of attending a specific number of events depending on one's classification. As an Undergraduate student, eight events in total would be required. As a graduate student, any two events would suffice. The breakdown of the events required to attend are as follows:

We informed our attendants on our upcoming events and how they could benefit from them. The events fell under 3 categories: social, service, and corporate. They include: dinner with a professor, lake Bryan hangout, Tamu build, and many more.

We ended the event by introducing our Game night on September 27th where we hope to see several members for a much needed stress relief night!

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