The following lists the current officers for the IEEE Student Branch at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and their duties. All officers and chairs should work in the best interest of the local members and assist in general leadership roles. Officers are expected to attend officer meetings and provide regular reports to the chairperson. They should also be active in chapter activities and represent the section professionally.
Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 Officers:
The job of an IEEE Chapter Chair is to manage the operations of the Chapter in the best interest of the local members and to provide leadership, guidance and a sense of purpose for other volunteers. The chair is responsible to ensure all other officers are performing their responsibilities to the best of their ability.
The primary function of an IEEE Section Vice Chair is to assist the Chapter Chair in managing the operations of the Chapter in the best interest of the local members and to provide leadership, guidance and a sense of purpose for other Section volunteers. The vice-chair is in charge of Engineer’s day and also the chairperson of the IEEE advisory board.
The IEEE Chapter Secretary is an integral part of the Chapter’s Executive Committee. The Secretary manages the records and correspondence of the Chapter. Written summaries of the Chapter and Sub-unit activities provide an important record of events and decisions made throughout the year.
The section treasurer is tasked with maintaining the bank accounts and budget of the section. They are in charge of distributing funds for purposes such as IEEE sponsored events and robotics activities.
Robotics Team Captain
The robotics team is a large part of IEEE’s activities at UTK, and leading the team is no small task. The team captain is in charge of managing the multiple sections of the team and coordinating efforts to make sure we make it to competition every year.
The webmaster is in charge of maintaining the web presence of the branch, with the primary task of developing and maintaining this website.