About Us

The Northwestern University Student Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE NU) is an organization dedicated to providing the resources and outlets through which the University's aspiring engineers, tinkerers, and hackers can learn and create with their craft.

Our chapter is directly supported and funded by Northwestern University's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) department.

What We Do

Educate

Provide mentorship and technical skills training.

Explore

Put on tech talks and workshops.

Enjoy

Host barbecues, hack nights, and other fun activites.

Upcoming Events

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Past Events

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Executive Board

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IE3 Program

Interested in exploring the world of software development? Want to take a crack at building something fun or useful with your hardware of choice? Eager to start some sort of project, but don't know how to get going?

Every fall quarter, the IEEE Executive Board takes several motivated freshman and sophomore students and guides them through a program focused on mentorship and the introductory exploration of an EECS-related technology.