Dr. Brian Sauser was recently elevated to the grade of Senior Member of the IEEE. This is the highest grade for which IEEE members can apply. Only 8% of the IEEE’s approximate 400,000 members hold this grade, which requires extensive experience, and reflects professional maturity and documented achievement of significance. The elevation recognizes members for their technical and professional excellence in the field of engineering.
The IEEE elevates a specific number of professionals to the senior member grade yearly. In order to qualify for this grade, members must have at least ten-years of professional practice experience; must be recommended by (3) of their professional peers and must show substantial responsibility or achievement in the area of engineering in areas such as:
Publication of engineering or scientific papers, books, or inventions.
Technical direction or management of important scientific or engineering work with evidence of accomplishment
Recognized contributions to the welfare of the scientific or engineering profession
Development or furtherance of important scientific or engineering courses that fall within the IEEE designated fields of interest
Dr. Sauser of his newly elevated IEEE senior member role says, “As a professional, it is such an honor to be recognized by your peers for contributions you have made to your field. I take great pride in this selection within such a respected society as IEEE”
In this new role, Dr. Sauser is eligible to hold executive IEEE volunteer positions, serve as a reference for other applicants for senior membership and is invited to be on the panel to review incoming senior member applications.
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