University of Texas at Arlington, Epsilon Mu

The HKN Epsilon Mu Chapter was founded at University of Texas at Arlington in April 1966. Epsilon Mu is proud to provide multiple professional, technical, and academic opportunities to the EE and CE student bodies. We strive to deliver great social events to build stronger relationships between engineers, faculty, and the community. Epsilon Mu chapter collaborates with the IEEE branch to provide tutoring, workshops, and other professional development events. Epsilon Mu’s guiding principles are expressed in a tasty acronym: PIE. Prepare students to succeed in their respective academic and professional career. Inspire students with experiences and motivation to go beyond their course’s studies. And Educate students through tutoring and opportunities present in the EE/CE programs.

Region: 5

Section: Arlington, TX (Fort Worth)

Founding Date: April 30, 1966

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Last Update: 8/16/2021

Arlington, TX

Arlington is located in the heart of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex in the state of Texas. Besides being home to the University of Texas at Arlington, this city hosts the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field and the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. All of this in a region that covers about 100 square miles.

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what chapter members are saying

HKN allows me to do one of my favorite things: help other students succeed in their academic and professional journey. BY supporting students through tutoring and workshops, we gain valuable experience and create lasting relationships.

Beatriz 'Montse' Meadows

Joining HKN was an incredible way for me to become connected with my classmates and instructors while being able to make a positive impact in the EE department.

Suzanne Nassar

HKN has provided so many academic and social opportunities. I’ve met so many great colleagues through HKN and hope to meet more.

Nicolaus Jennings

IEEE-HKN has taught me how to be more self-sufficient as well as offer me opportunities to advance my professional skills for my future career.

Connor Hernandez

Being an HKN officer is giving me the opportunity to make deeper connections within the UTA Electrical Engineering family. I’m most excited to work on the many new initiatives we have planned and help leave behind a foundation that will help UTA Electrical Engineering student-body become more close-knit, academically successful, and proud of being UTA Mavericks.

Evanns Morales