Frequently Asked Questions

This page contains answers to some questions that you may have regarding the IEEE. If your question is not answered here, then please feel free to contact any member of the section executive or vist the IEEE main site.

1. I receive duplicate copies of your e-mail notices. How do I stop that?
There are a couple of possibilities:
  • You may be a subscriber of our old list server, from which you can unsubscribe yourself via e-mail.
  • For events of a general interest, we post to the PEGNL list server as well as lists of undergraduate and graduate students in engineering at MUN. If you are on one of those lists then you will sometimes get duplicates, for which we appologize.
2. I am a member but I’m not receiving e-mail notification of your events. How do I sign up?
All members are automatically enrolled in our e-mail notification service. If you are not receiving notifications, or you would like to change the address to which notifications are sent, please update your membership information at
3. I’m not a member but I’d still like to receive notification of your events. How can I do that?
Contact Dennis Peters.
4. Are your events open to non-members?
Yes, unless the notice explicitly says otherwise. You can, of course, expect to be encouraged to join.
5. I’m interested in getting more involved, how can I do that?
Contact any member of the section executive and we’ll find something that fits.

Latest News

Applications to the IEEE NL Term 6 Scholarship are now open

Active IEEE student members can compete for a one-time $1000 scholarship. Deadline is Oct. 10, 2022.

The Awards committee of the NL Section has released the call for applications to the Term 6 Scholarship for IEEE Student Members. For more information, click here to read the call for applications.

NL Student Teams Receive Grants from IEEE Canadian Foundation for Autonomous Vehicles Competitions

The teams received grants to participate in autonomous underwater and aerial vehicles

In their April AGM and Board meetings, the IEEE Canadian Foundation approved the awarding of three Special Grants, two of them to NL student groups aiming to participate in international competitions for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

IEEE Canadian Foundation Extends Deadlines for Scholarships

IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate Student members are eligible to three of the scholarships with extended deadlines

In their April AGM and Board meetings, the IEEE Canadian Foundation extended the deadlines of four different scholarships, as reported in IEEE Canada’s April Newsletter. Of the four scholarships, IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate student members are eligible to three: the IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship, the Nick Cercone Graduate Scholarship in Computer Science, and the Gargantini-Strybosch Scholarship. More information on the scholarships can be found below: