Welcome Message from IEEE OSU Chapter
Welcome to the website for the IEEE region 5 student chapter at Oklahoma State University. We are an organization that strives to keep you updated on employment opportunities and technical advances in the field of electrical engineering. We are continually open to new ideas that may improve our organization. Please email us any comments, ideas, or questions you have.
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