20 Sep

SusTech 2017 to Focus on Science, Engineering & Technology Promoting Sustainability

PHOENIX (20 September 2017) – Environmental Sustainability is a major issue facing humanity. To meet present needs without compromising our future, advances in sustainable technology, policy and social behavior are essential. The fifth IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech 2017), on November 12-14, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Airport Hilton, explores the development […]

01 Sep

IEEE-USA’s Free September E-Book for Members Shares Career Challenges, Lessons, Passions

WASHINGTON (1 September 2017) – “A hallmark of a good manager is taking pride in the accomplishments of others,” writes Sherry Gillespie. In IEEE-USA’s September free e-book for members, IEEE-USA Women in Engineering, Book 3: Passions Can Sustain You–A Personal Career History, author Gillespie shares her personal story about her life’s work in science and technology. Gillespie […]

01 Aug

IEEE-USA’s Free August E-Book for Members Explores Design, Communications, the Engineering Gender Gap

WASHINGTON (1 August 2017) – What could be better than reading one of Donald Christiansen’s Backscatter columns in IEEE-USA InSight? Why, reading 16 of these thought provoking and well-researched essays, by the respected former editor and publisher of IEEE Spectrum—all in one handy place, of course! As with his four previous anthologies, the author organized the columns in Best of […]

06 Jan

IEEE-USA: H-1B Outsourcing Bill Will Not End Outsourcing

WASHINGTON (6 January 2017) — Reps. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Scott Peters (D-Calif.) have introduced legislation to combat outsourcing within the H-1B visa program. While the bill recognizes how destructive the H-1B program can be, it doesn’t do nearly enough to reign in outsourcing companies or protect American jobs. “Hundreds of Americans lost their jobs […]