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IEEE Student Branch at Boise State University

Your future starts here.

IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization, with over 410,000+ members worldwide. We are composed primarily of EE and CS majors, but we welcome all who have an interest in technology.

IEEE is the premier way to advance your career. Keep reading to see how an IEEE membership can benefit you, and for more information on our Student Branch.

Create career-advancing connections

It’s not what you know, but who you know. With IEEE, you’ll know all the right people.
You’ll build a lifelong network of valuable, career-advancing connections. You’ll meet fellow students with similar interests, local professionals, and world-class experts. Your network will land you jobs, internships, and other opportunities.

Join IEEE, and start building your network today!

Out-do the competition

The Student Branch hosts a variety of events that will make you a top-contender in the job market.
Attend workshops to learn in-demand skills. Tour local companies and learn about their unique technologies. Listen to world class experts to gain their invaluable insight. As a paid member, you’ll have a community of local professionals to ask for tips, insight, and advice.

Start learning today by joining IEEE.

Be a part of something bigger

Through IEEE, you’ll become a part of something bigger.
Help with club projects, such as building a Tesla Coil, or creating a website. Create your own project ideas, and see them come to life. Help host a conference. Volunteer to give back to the community in interesting and engaging ways.

Join IEEE today to see your ideas become reality.

Join IEEE Today!

An IEEE Membership is an investment in yourself.
To get started with the Student Branch, simply join us on Orgsync by clicking here. Sign in, and click join. You’ll receive emails about events and opportunities the branch is providing.

But, joining Orgsync only gives you access to the Branch’s events. To realize the full potential of IEEE, you’ll need to become a paid member.

Start building your future today. Click here to join IEEE now as a paid member, and begin taking advantage of all the benefits.

Not convinced? See the table below to see why a paid membership is worth the investment.

 Paid MembershipNon-Member
Main IEEE Member


✗ No

IEEE potentials magazine


✗ No

Access to student club events


Access to non-student (professional) meetings


✗ No

Network with local professionals

✓Attending the professional meetings is the best way to network with professionals.

✗ Harder to do without professional meetings

Access to over 700 courses in the IEEE Learning Network


✗ No

Discounts on IEEE Publications


✗ No


✓ As little as $16/year*

Supports IEEE & the Student Branch financially


✗ No

*Only applies to new members. Click here to see membership dues.

If you’d like to learn more about what benefits an IEEE membership provides, click here.

About the Student Branch

Meet your leadership team


Jared White

Vice Chair

Kyle Kramer


Remington Lambie



Publicity Chair

Addie Higgins

Tours Officer

Ashley Rivera

Speakers Officer

Lynaya Herberholz

Workshops Officer

Florent Muramutsa

Freshman Representative


Sophomore Representative


Graduate Representative

Anupama Dhamala

We Need You!

Some of our positions are UNFILLED, and we need you to help change that by becoming an officer!

Becoming an officer is a fantastic way to gain leadership experience. It also offers an unparalleled networking opportunity, and amplifies the benefits of IEEE membership.
All positions marked “UNFILLED” are open! No experience necessary.

If you or someone you know would be interested in filling one of these positions, please email us today at
Note that to be an officer, you must be a paid IEEE member. Join IEEE and become one today!

Past Events


We had professionals talk about cutting edge technology, career development, and more! See the list of speakers by clicking here.
Make sure to attend SPAC20! (Details not yet announced)

Black Sage Tour

We toured the anti-drone company Black Sage, and learned about their unique field.

Google AI Presentation

An AI researcher from Google gave a remote presentation to our members on how Google uses AI in its handwriting recognition technology.

Microsoft: Fundamental Barriers in Computing

Perry Lea, Principal Technologist at Microsoft, talked to our members about fundamental barriers in computing, and some of the potential solutions.

GDB Workshop

We taught students how to effectively use GDB to debug their C programs.

Cyber-Security Presentation

Dr. Loo gave a presentation on cyber-physical systems security, with live demos.

STEM Gala Night

This multi-club casino and dance night had over 165 people attend!

WMED/Micron Information Session

We had people from Micron come and talk about the WMED conference, internship opportunities, and more.

People Skills For Engineers

Tony Munson gave a talk to our members about how to develop interpersonal skills, a skill most engineers lack.

If these events interest you, be sure to join IEEE today to attend future events!

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