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2008 Annual Meeting
"Green Engineering:  A Push Toward Sustainability"
25-27 April 2008

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

One South Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN  46204
317 632 1234
317 616 6299 (fax)

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Welcome to Indianapolis, one of America's greatest cities!  Though it's one of the nation's fastest growing metropolitan areas, Indianapolis has not lost its small town flavor and friendly atmosphere.  For the business traveler, convention delegate or visitor looking for fun and excitement, Indianapolis has something to offer everyone. 

Indianapolis is consistently ranked among the best places to live. Economically stable and diversified, Indianapolis is home to such international corporations as Eli Lily and Company, Thompson Consumer Electronics & Roche Diagnostics.  Indianapolis has long been know as the "Crossroads of America" because many of the nation's highways converge here.

Adding to the vitality of downtown Indianapolis, you'll find dynamic attractions, museums, theaters, shopping, restaurants and nightlife just steps away from the Indiana Convention Center & RCA Dome.  All of this is within a 10-minute drive of our international airport and within a day's drive of half the nation's population.  And once you're here, getting around town is equally effortless.  Limos, taxis, buses, horse-drawn carriages, gondola rides and paddleboats move people from place to place with ease.

Prepare to be impressed about Indianapolis.  This metropolitan area of 1.5 million people continue to surprise and delight visitors with its stunning skyline, world-class attractions and vibrant downtown.  It's a mixture of cosmopolitan flair and cordial hospitality that's moving Indianapolis from obscurity to prominence.  Just take a closer look at what Indy has to offer! Please visit our website for more detailed information, http://www.indy.org/.


Who Should Attend?

  • Section/Chapter PACE Chairs
  • Section/Chapter Chairs
  • PACE Coordinators and Society PACE Chairs
  • Region and Division Directors and their Society Presidents.
  • IEEE-USA Committee Chairs & Committee Members

Why Should I Attend?

The 2008 IEEE-USA Annual Meeting will:

  • Increase your understanding of the roles and activities of the IEEE-USA committees and volunteers in order to help you do your job better.
     
  • Provide participants with information on the IEEE-USA's current legislative priorities, and information on how to develop an effective grassroots lobbying network.
  • Teach you new ways to improve dissemination of information, products and services to members through local sections and chapters through the PACE Network.

What Do I Need to Know?

The IEEE-USA Annual Meeting will open at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, 25 April 2008.  The Annual Meeting will conclude by 12 noon on Sunday, 27 April.  Attendees will be able to register for the Annual Meeting starting on 22 February 2008. The Annual Meeting will provide you with interactive and "train-the-trainer" workshops that will focus on "Green Engineering: A Push Toward Sustainability."  The Annual Meeting will include workshops on employment and technology trends, professional development tools, products and services, grassroots lobbying, and public policy issues that are relevant to your career in a global economy. IEEE-USA will also sponsor the Awards Ceremony and Banquet on Saturday, 26 April.

The Hotel Cut-Off Date is  21 March.  Please make your sleeping room reservation as soon as possible.  The hotel's special link for our meeting is above in the side bar.

Other Important information on hotel requirements and concessions, registration cost, menus for meals are spelled out on the individual pages.  Please read and note those that apply to you and or your guest.

Pre-conference Webinars & Online Community
Despite our shorter format this year, and to make the most of your valuable time, we are offering a couple of opportunities for you to begin collaborating before you get to Indianapolis.
 

  • IEEE’s Membership, Career, Employment and Financial Services
    You will hear from Peggy Hutcheson, IEEE-USA’s Employment and Career Services chair; Brian Pratz, IEEE Product Manager, Member and Geographic Activities; and Lynn Koblin, IEEE Manager, Member Benefits.  To be held 1 April 2008 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ET
     
  • IEEE and the U.S. Member – Demographics and Preferences of our
    Members
    Marc Beebe, IEEE Manager of Strategic Research and Planning, presents findings from the on-going work on IEEE membership models. To be held 15 April 2008 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00
    p.m. ET


    Register for webinars

We have also established an IEEE-USA Annual Meeting Community.  Please visit the community and respond to the poll on which issues you feel are most important for the IEEE and U.S. engineers. During the IEEE-USA Annual Meeting, we will be holding roundtable discussions on these local, national and global issues facing our members. Please participate in the poll no later than 11 April 2008 so that we can tabulate your responses prior to the Annual Meeting.  This community was established for pre- and post-conference interaction. Feel free to use it to get to know other participants and share best and future practices.

Attire

Suggested attire for the Annual Meeting is casual, with the exception of the Awards Banquet which will be business attire. We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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