Biggest change in e-book program history, applies to over 150 current titles IEEE-USA’s e-books and audio books help IEEE members in the U.S. advance their careers, work on their soft skills, learn about public policy, even provide a fun distraction – and now, for the first time, the whole collection is available to members for […]
IEEE realizes that many IEEE Xplore users may be directly or indirectly engaged in the global fight against COVID-19. To help researchers understand and manage the COVID-19 pandemic, IEEE has identified a collection of articles that may help such efforts. The collection is completely free to access for the duration of the crisis with additional reuse […]
Russ Harrison, IEEE-USA Director of Government Relations, gave a webinar live on Facebook today about the federal government’s response to COVID-19, including relief measures for individuals, small business owners, corporations, and even independent contractors. Tune in every Friday at 1 pm ET on the IEEE-USA Facebook page for updates.
During the past few weeks, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought the American economy to a virtual standstill. With the economy halted, a number of fields, including engineering, have experienced major job loss. IEEE-USA invited author, human resources professional and executive career coach Elizabeth Lions to host a webinar on what people can do right now if they’ve […]
The IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology has initiated a fast-track review and publication mechanism for COVID-19 related research, data, and analysis. Think your work might qualify?
WASHINGTON (1 November 2019) — The IEEE-USA Awards and Recognition Committee (A&RC), with the approval of the IEEE-USA Board of Directors (BoD), has announced the 2019 IEEE-USA Awards recipients: IEEE-USA Robert S. Walleigh Award for Distinguished Contributions to Engineering Professionalism Emily Sopensky For sustained leadership in establishing innovative new IEEE programs, conferences, and initiatives within […]
WASHINGTON (12 March 2019) – The budget proposed by the White House for FY2020 includes funding increases for a number of key programs, including cybersecurity and defense research. However, cuts to critical budgets for NIST, NSF, NASA and DOE technology programs are concerning. “The White House’s FY2020 budget has some bright spots,” said IEEE-USA President Thomas […]
WASHINGTON (12 December 2018) – “Public speaking is a leadership skill,” says veteran engineer, author and educator Harry T. Roman. In his new E-Book, Roman shares some advice on developing and using the soft skill of public speaking to ensure greater success in your career. Public Speaking for Engineers–Say It Loud and Proud is available now […]
SAN JOSE, CALIF. (8 October 2018) – Celebrating its 8th anniversary, the 2018 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC) is a world class conference focused on discussing sustainable development and humanitarian technology related policy, insight and experiences and showcasing activities aligned with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). Today, IEEE GHTC 2018 announces keynote speakers and […]