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  1. Report Professional Activities Region 2 Carole C. Carey Region 2 Meeting 20 February 2010 Baltimore, MD

  2. What is the PACE Network? “Professional Activities Committees for Engineers” • A grassroots network of IEEE volunteers and committees • organized at the section and chapter level in the U.S. • with support from IEEE-USA and their respective regions/sections. • The goal is to • promote the professional interests of IEEE's U.S. members • provide a mechanism for communication of members' views on their professional needs. PACE =Professional Activities http://ieeeusa.org/volunteers/pace/default.asp

  3. Akron* Baltimore* Central PA** Cincinnati* Cleveland Columbus* Dayton* Delaware Bay* Erie* Johnstown** Lehigh Valley Lima** Northern VA Philadelphia* Pittsburgh* Southern NJ* Susquehanna* Washington* West Virginia** Youngstown 20 Sections in Region 2 PACE CHAIR (Member or GOLD) Know your SECTION/ CHAPTER CHAIR & TREASURER

  4. 2009 allocation PACE projects $12,030.36 Travel to IEEE-USA Annual Meeting (SLC) $5015.24 Special funding for GOLD travel $5,000 TOTAL: $22,045.60 2009 expense report PACE projects $11,975.24 Travel to IEEE-USA Annual Meeting $5040.00 Special funding for GOLD travel $4,000 TOTAL: $21,015.24 IEEE-USA Funding & Expenditure 25% of Project Funds used to fund delegates’ travel. We only received $4,000 for GOLD travel. 57% Projects 43% Travel

  5. 2009 allocation PACE projects $12,030.36 Travel to IEEE-USA Annual Meeting (SLC) $5015.24 Special funding for GOLD travel $5,000 TOTAL: $22,045.60 2010 allocation PACE projects $11,628.13 Travel to IEEE-USA Annual Meeting $5133.43 Special travel funding for 3 GOLD members $1950 TOTAL: $18,711.56 2010 Budget: Lower level of support Other sources: Divisional PACE Funds, national Society, etc.

  6. PACE project ideas and examples http://ieeeusa.org/volunteers/pace/projects/default.asp • Career enhancement • Employee Assistance • Government Relations • Professional Development Seminars • (formerly M-PACs) • Steps to plan a PDShttp://ieeeusa.org/volunteers/pace/mpac.asp • Precollege Education • Student Professional Awareness Conferences • Technical Policy

  7. Examples of Professional Activities in R2 • Supported member and GOLD member participation at the IEEE-USA Annual Meeting • Supported standing activities (e.g. SPACs, pre-college, Officers leadership training, Robot challenges, science fairs, etc. • SPACs (Student Professional Awareness Conferences) • WIE PDS (professional development seminar) • Industry – community -student outreach • George Mason U Student Branch Ethics Conference • Volunteer Professional Development Workshop • “Enable, Empower, Engage one another and our IEEE member constituents” • Partnering with societies

  8. The “Partnering Paradigm” • Leverage • Affinity Groups (e.g., GOLD, WIE) • Technical Societies (e.g., EMB, EMC, Signal Processing) Huge return on investment!! • Broader audience=greater participation • Networking (with potential employers ) • Opportunity to earn CEU credits • New volunteers recruit

  9. 12 Dec 2009 Seminar Baltimore, MD (EMB/EMC/WIE) • Technical Presentations • Making Wireless Healthcare Safe, Effective, and Reliable • The Future of the IEC Standard for EMC of Medical Electrical Equipment • Professional Development • Effective Communications: Speaking & Writing Well • Citizen Engineer IEEE-USA Staff Chris McManes, Public Relations Manager Deborah Rudolph Manager, Government Relations

  10. How to Request for Funding and Final Report Requirement • Who can apply? Section / Society (Chapter) • Initiated by Project Manager • Two FORMS (revised 3/4/08) • Project Funding Request Form (Project title, Statement of objectives, Plans for achieving objectives, How measured, How many members will benefit, Activities milestones, Funding requirements, Sources of funding, Approval signatures)      • Final Project Report Form (Project Financial Report, Summary of project results, Advice to others entities, Approval signatures) • http://ieeeusa.org/volunteers/pace/funding.asp

  11. 2010 IEEE-USA Annual MeetingThe Gathering Storm: Are You Engineering the Solutions?” March 4 - 7, 2010 Nashville Airport Marriott 600 Marriott Drive, Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: 615-889-9300 / Fax: 615-871-9167 http://www.ieeeusa.org/calendar/conferences/annualmeeting/2010/default.asp Program http://www.ieeeusa.org/calendar/conferences/annualmeeting/2010/program/default.asp Friday (5:45-7:15, Salon A) Regional Breakouts follow the Roundtable idea/discussion Saturday (2:05-3:05, Salon D&E) Regional Poster Presentations http://www.ieeeusa.org/calendar/conferences/annualmeeting/2010/posters/default.asp Sunday (8:00-9:30) PACE Training, David Pierce, VP IEEE-USA Professional Activities

  12. Contact Information PACE Project Funding and Reimbursement • Carole C. Carey, PACE Coordinator • c.carey@ieee.org • Bill Semancik, Treasurer • wsemancik54@comcast.net • Vil Arafiles, Assistant Treasurer • v.arafiles@gmail.com