Students Join IEEE Honor Society Eta Kappa Nu
October 31, 2018
On October 31st, students gathered for an induction ceremony into IEEE Eta Kappa Nu. To honor this occasion, IEEE Eta Kappa Nu Student Governor Kathleen Marie Lewis gave a speech before the new inductees. The inductees are as follows: Jocelyn Frechette, Karan Patel, Jordan Blackadar, Michael Kearns, Phyu Han, Tung Thai, Glenn Martinez, Gabriel Pauta, Kai Arsenault, and Naomi Torre Cardenas. The Wentworth Chapter of IEEE Eta Kappa Nu honors the academic achievements of students in the Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Computer Science majors. Members consistently display not only a devotion to academic rigor, but also humility and a willingness to give back to the Wentworth community via tutoring sessions every Tuesday.
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