University of Massachusetts Amherst, Delta Eta Chapter

The Delta Eta Chapter of IEEE Eta Kappa Nu is based in the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The chapter is advised by Professor Dennis Goeckel. Members are strong academically and strive to help the community as well as make the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu brand a more recognizable name. The chapter is currently supporting the electrical and computer engineering students of the college through a supplementary content program featured on the chapter website with new content for classes being added every semester.

Region 1: Northeastern USA

Section: Amherst, MA (Springfield)

Founding Date: May 21, 1960

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Last Update: 2/25/2021

 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Amherst MA is a town in western Massachusetts home to University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst College and Hampshire College. Popular spots in the area include Antonio’s Pizza, packed to the brim every operating hour, and the Emily Dickinson Museum celebrating one of the town’s greatest known inhabitants.

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what chapter members are saying

Joining IEEE-HKN was a great decision. I have gotten to meet and work with a lot of amazing people!

Delta Eta Chapter Member

As someone who's always felt grateful for the support of both the local and global ECE communities, joining HKN was the perfect opportunity for my peers and I to embark on projects that justify our place in the ECE community and empower us to strive to create a legacy that will affect and motivate future ECE classes.

Randall Driscoll

Becoming a member of HKN may be one of the best decisions I've made in my college experience. I have been able to hone skills in leadership, communication and marketing through HKN initiatives, as well as help UMass's ECE students through our projects to help supplement coursework. This is a learning privilege's that can not be overstated.

Aadish Joshi