Purdue IEEE is a student branch for IEEE, one of the largest professional organizations in the world, with 423,000 members in 160 countries.
IEEE's core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. Here at Purdue, we are dedicated to technical and professional development in line with this purpose.
Our multidisciplinary committees do everything from creating Artificial Intelligence to building robots to professional outreach. No matter your major, we have something for everyone!
“Fostering technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.”
— IEEE Mission Statement
At Purdue, we strive to be the best.
Whether creating drones, designing radio transmitters, or pioneering next-gen biotech, Purdue engineers excel.
Purdue IEEE (Eye-Triple-E) is no different. Founded in 1903, we are the largest technical organization with students of every academic background. Our members work on real-world problems and advance their engineering skills.
Applying academics to extracurriculars.
Purdue IEEE continually strives to further our goals of technical and professional growth.
We help our members enter their professional careers, learn engineering software and skills, and socialize with others to form lasting connections inside and outside of this organization.
Our teams apply the knowledge and create real-world, practical solutions to complex engineering projects.
Connecting industry partners to talented engineers.
Our alumni go on to utilize the skills they learn at some of the world's largest companies. We have alumni working in every sector of every industry, helping shape the future of technology.
We host regular professional networking events and company recruiting sessions - just for our members. We also host resume reviews, alumni panels, and professor talks.
With Purdue IEEE, you can learn what it takes to be successful after college, whether it be in industry or academia.