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Organizational unit of the IEEE: Regions, Societies, Sections, Chapters, Councils, and Branches.
FELLOW, FELLOW GRADE MEMBER
Members recognized for distinction in an IEEE designated field by election of the IEEE Board of Directors.
The IEEE maintains a number of units to assist in the administrative support of its members: Regions, Sections, Subsections, Chapters, Affinity Groups, Councils, Areas, Student Branches and Student Branch Chapters.
The IEEE is divided geographically into Regions, Sections, SubSections, etc. to assist in the administrative support of its membership.
GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade)
Program designed to meet the professional needs of members with 0-10 years experience as an engineer. It encourages this affinity group to form an IEEE Chapter to foster networking between members with similar interests and concerns. The program is geared toward professional development, while emphasizing current issues.
Changes in member grade such as Student to Member or Student to Associate; Member to Senior Member.
GRADUATE STUDENT MEMBER
A Graduate Student Member must qualify for Member grade and carry at lest 50% of a normal full-time academic program as a registered graduate student in a regular course of study in IEEE – designated fields. The total cumulative period for a member to hold the Graduate Student Member grade shall be limited to 8 years.
HIGHER GRADE MEMBERS
All grades of IEEE members except Student Member grade.
A Chapter that covers more than one Section, Society or both.
IEEE Geographic Units must annually report their financial status using the L50 Financial Report form. It covers the period of 1 January - 31 December.