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IEEE Region 1 and Region 2 will be merging into one region!

IEEE Region 1 is the home to the IEEE organizational units in the north-eastern part of the USA and is comprised of 22 Sections including: Binghamton, Berkshire, Boston, Buffalo, Connecticut, Green Mountain, Ithaca, Long Island, Maine, Mid-Hudson, Mohawk Valley, New Hampshire, New Jersey Coast, New York, North Jersey, Princeton/Central Jersey, Providence, Rochester, Schenectady, Springfield, Syracuse, and Worcester County.

IEEE Region 2 is composed of four geographical Areas in the south-eastern part of the USA and is comprised of 20 Sections including:

Central PennsylvaniaErieJohnstownPittsburghWest VirginiaSusquehanna, PhiladelphiaSouthern New JerseyLehigh ValleyDelaware Bay, BaltimoreNorthern VirginiaWashington D.C., AkronCincinnatiClevelandColumbusDaytonLima, and Youngstown.

Vision Statement

Through the leadership of its volunteers, and in conformance with the IEEE and MGA visions, the Region 1 BoG will make regional IEEE activities relevant to it’s members and the community and enhance the profession to result in holding IEEE membership in the highest esteem.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Region 1 Board of Governors is to fulfill on a local level, IEEE’s educational, scientific, and professional goals for the benefit of the members and the community by maintaining, enhancing and supporting IEEE programs. The Board of Governors will work to enhance the relationship between IEEE organizational units (Sections, Societies, Chapters and other units).

IEEE Region 1 is the home to the IEEE organizational units in the north-eastern part of the U.S.A., in particular, it comprises the following IEEE sections:

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AreaSectionIEEE GeocodeEstablished
CentralBerkshireR10001Mar. 25, 1904
WesternBinghamtonR10003Mar. 7, 1952
NortheasternBostonR10005Feb. 13, 1903
WesternBuffaloR10007Feb. 10, 1925
SouthernConnecticutR10309Apr. 16, 1921
CentralGreen MountainR10041Apr. 1, 1960
WesternIthacaR10013Oct. 15, 1902
SouthernLong IslandR103156-May-52
NortheasternMaineR10017Jun. 30, 1955
CentralMid-HudsonR10019Jun. 1, 1960
CentralMohawk ValleyR10021Nov. 11, 1953
NortheasternNew HampshireR10023Mar. 19, 1953
SouthernNew Jersey CoastR10345Mar. 30, 1965
SouthernNew YorkR10325Dec. 10, 1919
SouthernNorth JerseyR103275-May-54
SouthernPrinceton/Central JerseyR103291-Jul-47
NortheasternProvidenceR10031Mar. 12, 1920
WesternRochesterR10033Oct. 9, 1914
CentralSchenectadyR10035Jan. 26, 1903
CentralSpringfieldR10037Jun. 29, 1922
WesternSyracuseR10039Aug. 13, 1920
NortheasternWorcester CountyR10043Feb. 18, 1920