IEEE Centennial Subsection History
|IEEE Centennial Subsection History|
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|Became section||High Plains|
The IEEE Centennial Subsection was located in Region 5 under the IEEE Denver Section. In March 2010, it was elevated to the new IEEE High Plains Section by the MGA.