31 Jul

2020 IEEE PES Global Student Congress

The IEEE PES Global Student Congress is the flagship leadership conference organized bi-annually by the IEEE Power and Energy Society to bring together the world’s brightest student leaders. The Congress provides a world-class stage for PES student leaders to network amongst each other, to connect with the high-level PES leaders, to enhance their soft skills, […]

28 Jul

ORISE Virtual Recruitment Fair

The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is hosting a virtual recruitment fair, 29 July, 12-3 pm ET. The fair will highlight paid internships, fellowships and research associate appointments available within their Research Participants Program. During the event, you’ll have the opportunity to: CHAT with recruiters and mentors from different Department of Defense […]

21 Jul

Join the IEEE Badge Challenge

The IEEE Badge Challenge on IEEE Collabratec is your opportunity to feed your curiosity and be recognized for your contributions to the global technical community. From accessing technical resources to influencing industry standards and advancing your career, earning and collecting badges helps you discover more of what the IEEE community has to offer and rewards […]

16 Jul

Cryptanalysis Perspectives Lectures: Past, Present & Future

You won’t want to miss this! First, Sir Dermot Turing (nephew of Alan Turing) tells the story of Enigma codebreaking. He looks at the relative contributions by the teams at Bletchley Park in the UK and American agencies. And he discusses what we can learn from international cooperation in intelligence today. Next up, Ms. Deborah […]

13 Jul

IEEE-USA Calls for Extended Online Class Exemption for Student Visas

WASHINGTON (13 July 2020) – Last week, the Administration announced that it would begin enforcing current laws regarding students enrolled in online degree programs.  This would force thousands of students out of the country at a time when health experts are urging people to avoid travel.  IEEE-USA urges the Administration to extend the temporary exemption […]

10 Jul

Changes to High-Skill Visa Programs Show Need for Massive Reform

WASHINGTON (10 July 2020) – IEEE-USA, representing America’s technology professionals, calls on Congress to recognize that recent changes to America’s high-skill and student visa programs demonstrate the need for major reforms to these vital systems. In recent weeks, the Administration has moved to restrict the use of green cards, block or restrict visa holders from […]

02 Jul

Enter the IEEE Into Focus Photo Contest

Have you entered the IEEE Into Focus Photo Contest yet? Submit a photo and story that you think best represents your experiences as an IEEE member, and you could win! Whether you’re building a robot, testing prototypes, or engineering new technology – we want to know what IEEE means to you. Each month IEEE will […]

01 Jul

New Free E-Book for Members: The Value of a Speakers Bureau

If your company has a Speakers Bureau, seriously consider joining it. And if none exists, why not start one? In his latest e-book, veteran author and educator Harry T. Roman reveals how joining your company’s Speakers Bureau can enhance your career, and increase your value to your employer. Download it today (free for IEEE members) […]