News Category: PES S+

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Dedicated Volunteer and Donor Is a Catalyst for Change!

During his nearly 20 years of being an IEEE Foundation donor, John Paserba has enjoyed allocating his contributions across 10 different programs he is passionate about within IEEE.   “Recently,” shares…

PES S+ 2023 24 Recipients

Fueling the Next Generation of Power & Energy Engineers

Eighty-two students from 58 universities across USA and Canada were selected by the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative (PES S+ ) as the 2023-24 class IEEE PES Scholars. PES S+…

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Advancing Shared Goals of a Greener Planet through Philanthropy

Infineon is a long-time active member of the IEEE community.  As an innovative company building on solutions that help drive decarbonization and digitalization, Infineon believes IEEE’s mission to advance technology…

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Celebrating Women in IEEE for Women’s History Month

This month, the IEEE Foundation honors women and their contributions to IEEE and their professions as we celebrate Women’s History Month. Everyday IEEE volunteers make incredible contributions through their work…

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Growing the Engineers of the Future

In 2022, Peter W.  Sauer, long-time IEEE volunteer who was better known in IEEE circles as ‘Pete’, was presented with the IEEE Nikola Tesla Award for his contributions to dynamic modeling and…

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Empowering Others to do Their Very Best

During the 2022 IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Transmission and Distribution Conference & Exposition (T&D), Bahman Hovieda was everywhere: being recognized at the opening ceremony, speaking at a special luncheon for donors…

Marina Chamsi IEEE

Helping to Eradicate Barriers in the Engineering Field for Women

With her determined, adventurous and enthusiastic spirit, Marina Chamsi, a ‘21-‘22 Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Plus Initiative Sahazizian Scholar recipient, is a recent Electrical Engineering graduate from McGill University. She…

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Giving Back to Support Students

In 2022, John Undrill, an IEEE Life Fellow and long-time IEEE Foundation donor, was awarded the IEEE Herman Halperin Electric Transmission and Distribution Award, for “contributions to the development of analytical…

PES Scholar Kayla Richardson

Making a Difference Through Engineering: One Student’s Dream Come True

Arizona State University (ASU) graduate Kayla Richardson earned a degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus on Power and Energy. Richardson was attending Chandler-Gilbert Community College where she met her…

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Harnessing the Power of Cumulative Giving

Noel N. Schulz, Ph.D. is no stranger to the act of philanthropy within her field. A nationally-recognized expert in power systems engineering, Dr. Schulz is Washington State University’s (WSU) First…