We host prelim and final exam review sessions for ECE 2100, 2200, 2300, and 3140 in order to help students to excel in these courses. Check out our calendar for a list of upcoming review sessions!
Our members are more than happy to set up tutoring sessions per request for students taking ECE courses wanting extra outside help in learning course material. Please feel free to contact us for more information!
Every semester, we host a number of social events such as welcome-back events at the beginning of the school year and mixers for new ECE students. Check out our calendar for a complete list of events!
We host special workshops to show interested students how to use various tools such as LaTeX, git, etc. We'd love to hear your suggestions on what you would like to see us offer in the future. See our workshop resources here
Our members participate in multiple volunteering events every semester in an effort to better the engineering community at Cornell as well as the town of Ithaca. We give back to thank the community that fostered our growth.
As an entity representing the community of ECE students at Cornell, we act as a liaison between students and professors and also work to connect undergraduates with ECE alumni.
News & Recent Events
Check out what we've been up to!
Please browse through our image gallery to see all of the exciting events we have hosted during the 2015-2016 school year. Many more are on the way, so stay tuned!
What's coming up soon
Undergraduate candidates shall be selected from those students in the Junior or Senior class who are pursuing courses leading to a Baccalaureate or equivalent degree in electrical engineering.
1. Juniors who have a cumulative scholastic rank in the upper quarter of their electrical engineering class may be elected.
2. Seniors who have a cumulative scholastic rank in the upper third of their electrical engineering class may be elected.
Graduate student candidates shall have been graduated from a school of recognized standing and shall possess substantially the same scholastic and other qualifications required for undergraduate membership, as well as a faculty recommendation.
(extracted from The Eta Kappa Nu Constitution, Article VI, Sections 3 and 4)
Inductions are held twice a year and if you qualify academically, you will be automatically contacted by HKN. If you have any questions about whether you qualify for membership, please feel free to contact us. Do also consult our bylaws, which delineate the expectations and guidelines for all Kappa Chapter members.
If extended an invitation to join Eta Kappa Nu, we hope that you seize the opportunity to join an organization with many years of legacy and impact. The reasons to join HKN are vast, and the potential contributions you can make are untold.
Click the pictures below to read more about the e-board members!
Please feel free to fill out the contact form or individually email any of the executive board members with questions you may have regarding membership in HKN, the tutoring program, or just the Kappa chapter in general.
We also welcome corporate requests for hosting informational sessions.