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PACE Committee Report Jim Riess 2005-06 PACE Chair Steven James Regional Pre-college Education Activities Coordinator Hamid Vakilzadian 2007-08 PACE Chair Region 4 Meeting January 27-28, 2007 Marriott Hotel, Chicago
Responsibilities Help Sections to serve better their local membership by promoting: –The professional interests of their local members –The professional activities within the R4 sections and student branches. –A mechanism for communication of members' views on their professional needs. –Employment and Career Services –Professional Development Seminars
Responsibilities (Cont.) S-PAC ( Student Professional Awareness Conference ) S-Pave (Student Professional Awareness Ventures) Pre-college (K-12) Activities –Education Promote the profession to students, engineering community, and public –Strengthen Pre-College activities Affinity Groups and WIE
Key PACE Activities in 2006 Funding for 13 PACE projects in sections/subsections : Cedar Rapids, Coulee,, Chicago, Southeastern Michigan, Milwaukee Section, Missouri Slope Section, Rock River Valley, Toledo, Siouxland Presentations in IEEE-USA Leadership Development Workshop Presentation and Participation in M-PAC/S-PAC for Orlando Section
2006 IEEE-USA Funding BudgetActual Projects $ 9000$11,750 MPACs$ 1,000$1,000 Leadership Workshop $7,500 $8,045
2006 PACE Committee PACE Coordinator – Jim Riess Student Professional Awareness – Kristi Brooks Government Activities – Burt Loupee Employment and Career Services – Tarek Lahdhiri Technical Policy Activities – Jim Fancher Pre-College Education – Steven James
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Milwaukee Section Name of Project: “Introduce Engineering to Young Students in Milwaukee County” Project Leader: Edina Bajrektarevic Project Budget:$1,000 Region Funding: $500
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Cedar Rapids Section Name of Project: “IEEE Cedar Rapids Section National Engineer’s Week Activities” Project Leader:Dr. Leon Tabak Project Budget:$7,000 Region Funding: $500
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Rock River Valley Section Name of Project: “Math & Science Applications (MASA) Workshop in a Fuel Cell Car” Project Leader:Joe Etminan Project Budget:$6,900 Region Funding: $1,000
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Cedar Rapids Section Name of Project: “IEEE Cedar Rapids Section FIRST Robotics Competition Activities” Project Leader:Ken Lough Project Budget:$62,350 Region Funding: $500
EMPLOYMENT PROJECT Section: Chicago Section Name of Project: “Finding Employment by Design” Project Leader:John A. Zulaski Project Budget:$5,223 Region Funding: $1,500
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Southeastern Michigan Section Name of Project: “Robofest 2006” Project Leader:Dr. C.J. Chung & Dr. Lisa Anneberg Project Budget:$44,779 Region Funding: $2,000
MPAC PROJECT Section: Siouxland Section Name of Project: “Managerial Coaching Skills” Project Leader:Jeff White Project Budget:$5,200 Region Funding: $1,000
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Missouri Slope Section Name of Project: “Presentation by Heidi B. Hammell, Space Station Institute” Project Leader:Allan Jirges Project Budget:$4,950 Region Funding: $1,000
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Rock River Valley Section Name of Project: “Rockford Robotics Team Participation in the US FIRST Robotics Competition” Project Leader:Bob Parro Project Budget:$14,000 Region Funding: $1,000
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Rock River Valley Section Name of Project: “Team #1625 Participation in the US FIRST Robotics Competition” Project Leader:Bob Parro Project Budget:$14,000 Region Funding: $1,000
PRE-COLLEGE PROJECT Section: Coulee Subsection Name of Project: “US FIRST Robotics Competition” Project Leader:Paul Ulland Project Budget:$ 8,800 Region Funding: $1,000
MPAC PROJECT Section: Chicago Section Name of Project: “New Officer Orientation” Project Leader:John Zulaski Project Budget:$1,167 Region Funding: $500
PROJECT Section: Toledo Section Name of Project: “Sponsorship of 2006 Math Counts Competition ” Project Leader: J. Christian Beins Project Budget:$500 Region Funding: $250
Key 2006 Pre-college Education Activities Twin Cities Section: –Participation in Eng. Week Activities, funding STEP Program, attending talk, sponsoring State Senator, Steve Kelley Lecture Coulee Subsection –Holding a joint meeting with educators and engineering societies, forming robotics interest group, funding and staffing a week-long robotics program for middle school students, Id’ed coordinators for FIRST FLL and Rushford Institute Central Indiana Section –Hosting a TISP, organizing a Judging panel for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, help in selecting Foundations President’s Award scholarship winner, Working with Indianapolis Children’s Museum on displays and activities
PACE Plan for 2007 Organizing Quarterly Scheduled Telecons for R4 PACE Chairs Promoting Sections’ Attendance in IEEE Annual Meeting Motivating Sections to Hold at Least One PACE Activity Motivating Sections to organize at Least one PDS Meeting Promoting Student Branches to Hold an S-PAC Meeting Promoting IEEE-USA Annual Meeting Attendance Promoting Employment and Career Service Activities
Pre-college Education Activities Plan for 2007 Promoting for recognition of more good teacher- engineer collaboration Securing seed funding for more PEC activities in R4 sections Increasing Teachers In Service Training/Program activities in more schools in R4.
Mark Your Calendars! IEEE-USA Annual Meeting (formerly known as the IEEE-USA Leadership Workshop) 31 August - 3 September 2007 Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ R4 will reimburse some of the expenses for one participant for each section/subsection Sections are encouraged to send more ExCom Members on Section Support
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