Arizona State University, Epsilon Beta Chapter

The Epsilon Beta Chapter at Arizona State University is active within the local IEEE community, hosting university events and attending IEEE events throughout the Phoenix valley. The chapter steadily inducts nearly 20 people each year, including eligible undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals. Because this chapter is embedded within one of the largest engineering schools in the country, Epsilon Beta HKN has the opportunity to be involved with many other university organizations and outreach programs. Thanks to very dedicated faculty advisers, this student branch has a very involved active membership and leadership team who have the benefit to attend many HKN-IEEE events throughout the year.

Region: 6

Section: Tempe, AZ (Phoenix)

Founding Date: May 4, 1963

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Last Update: 5/8/2019

Tempe, AZ

Arizona State University is mainly housed in Tempe, Arizona. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is one of the largest schools for engineering in the country, and fosters a unique and diverse experience for students within HKN.

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