22 May

IEEE-USA Washington Update: Space, HEROES, and Signs of Life

If you missed it live, catch the recording as Russ Harrison, IEEE-USA Director of Government Relations, brings you the latest news from Washington, D.C. affecting IEEE members. In this episode, Russ takes a look at the latest economic news related to COVID-19 and the new HEROS Act, which may bring more stimulus to businesses and […]

21 May

IEEE WIE ILC 2020 Virtual Series

The 2020 IEEE WIE ILC has moved online! The Virtual Series will take place throughout June 2020. It will include 1-hour sessions, live panel discussions, virtual networking opportunities, plus an on-demand library. The current circumstances have led to more challenges, both professionally and personally, for women in the tech community, and strong leadership is needed […]

20 May

New IEEE-USA E-Book Explores Humanity’s Future

What Will Our World Look Like in 10 Years? is a new series from author, director and futurist Maxim Jago WASHINGTON (20 May 2020) – Futurist Maxim Jago predicts a decade of unprecedented change in the first volume of his new e-book series – What Will Our World Look Like in 10 Years? – now […]

19 May

Final Extension: 2020 IEEE GHTC CFP Deadline Now June 15

Due to numerous author requests, the 2020 IEEE GHTC Call For Papers deadline is now June 15 at midnight PT. This will be the final extension. IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference will share practical technology-enabled solutions addressing needs of under-served communities in resource constrained environments around the world in the context of the United Nations […]

12 May

X-STEM All Access: Free Online STEM Experience for Kids

Don’t miss X-STEM All Access, an entertaining, educational, and interactive online STEM experience for 6-12th graders (but all are welcome)! Through a series of daily livestream events, students will hear from an exclusive group of visionaries who aim to inspire kids about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. Tune in May 13-15 and May 18-19, […]

08 May

IEEE-USA Washington Update: Resuming Normal?

Russ Harrison, IEEE-USA Director of Government Relations, brings you the latest covid-19 news from Washington, D.C. affecting IEEE members. This week, he digs into the state level economic situation. Which governors have announced plans to re-open their states? What are the expected timelines? Watch the video on our Facebook page to find out: https://www.facebook.com/ieeeusa/videos/vb.358653568671/1117551108618800/

01 May

2020 IEEE-USA Awards Nominations Now Open

The 2020 IEEE-USA Awards nominations are now open! Help us recognize the good work U.S. engineers are doing, especially in these difficult times. These annual awards honor professionalism, technical achievement, and literary contributions to public awareness of the engineering profession in the United States. Nominate a friend or colleague today, and help them get the […]

30 Apr

Deadline Extended: IEEE HAC Special Call for Proposals Related to COVID-19

IEEE HAC (Humanitarian Activities Committee) is adapting its requirements to better enable IEEE volunteers to contribute to the fight against COVID-19. Specifically, HAC and SIGHT (Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology) are joining forces to prioritize proposals that have a strong potential for immediate impact in the pandemic. Ideally, projects will have good connections with […]