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Eta Kappa Nu

Epsilon Xi

 


Introduction 

Eta Kappa Nu is the National honor society for electrical and computer engineers. The Epsilon Xi chapter of Eta Kappa Nu was established on May 22, 1966 at Wichita State University.

Outstanding students in electrical engineering and computer engineering are elected to Eta Kappa Nu membership, primarily from the junior and senior classes. Graduate students and distinguished professional engineers are also eligible.

Eligibility, naturally, must depend on marked ability, as evidence by scholarship, personal character, useful volunteer services, and distinguished accomplishments, all of which indicate that the candidate will be or is a success in his or her profession. For undergraduate students, eligibility must depend largely on the records established during the first two or three years in college.


Annoncements

  • HKN in conjunction with IEEE are proud to present our first guest speaker Joseph Moore from Wichita's very own Netapp on Tuesday April 17th at the CAC Theater. Look at our Facebook event page. He will be discussing the Hadoop project at the Netapp research labs. Find out more!
  • Our first HKN general meeting for Spring was a huge success! We discussed our plans for 2012 and handed out IEEE membership induction awards. Take a look at our photos.

If you are interested in joining Eta Kappa Nu or need further information please email us at hkn.epsilonxi@wichita.edu

If you are interested in becoming an Eta Kappa Nu officer please email us at hkn.epsilonxi@wichita.edu