Arizona State University, Epsilon Beta Chapter

Eta Kappa Nu is the International Honor Society for Electrical and Computer Engineers (as of 2011, Biomedical Engineers were also added to Eta Kappa Nu). Outstanding students are elected to Eta Kappa Nu from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes of an accredited undergraduate program as well as graduate students.
Eligibility is based on scholarship, personal character, voluntary services, and distinguished accomplishments. HKN considers these as indicators of success in his or her profession. We hope to support our members through networking events, peer support, and professional presentations. This things will encourage members to further their careers and education.

Epsilon Beta Chapter is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in all endeavors.

Region: 6  Western USA

Section: Tempe, AZ (Phoenix)

Founding Date: May 4, 1963

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Last Update: 9/14/2023

 Tempe, Arizona

One of the largest undergraduate schools in the nation, Arizona State University is located in the sunny city of Tempe, Arizona

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IEEE-HKN has given me unique leadership opportunities and has led me to like minded individuals.

Amberly Ricks

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Barindra Banerjee

HKN got me promoted


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As a remote student, IEEE-HKN has helped me connect with other online and on-campus students that share similar interests and ethics as me.

Andrew Wylde, Recording Secretary

Helped me expand my professional, academic and social network, Helped me connect with faculty in my department

Glen Uehara, Treasurer