11 Jun

IEEE-USA Acclaims Senate Passage of 2021 Endless Frontier Act

Bipartisan Bill Aims to Drive U.S. Economic Opportunity WASHINGTON (11 June 2021) – IEEE-USA commends the Senate for passing the 2021 Endless Frontier Act this week. This ambitious bill, now officially called the United States Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), is designed to increase the impact of federally-funded research on American society. We congratulate Senators […]

10 Jun

Full Slate of Speakers Announced for EVOnCampus 1.0

IEEE-USA’s FREE Premier Career Conference launches June 16 WASHINGTON (10 June 2021) — IEEE-USA is proud to share the full list of speakers for EVOnCampus 1.0, the first free virtual conference under the organization’s flagship EVO banner. This groundbreaking event will bring thought leaders directly to career-minded professionals, recent grads, and college students, giving them […]

17 May

IEEE-USA Announces Three New EVO Conferences — Free for 2021!

The Premier Conferences for Dynamic Leadership and the EVOlution of YOU WASHINGTON (17 May 2021) – IEEE-USA is proud to announce the expansion of our flagship EVO conference in 2021 to include all new, free, online events — EVOnCampus and EVOpro. These innovative conferences will continue the “EVOlution of You” theme, while focusing on EVOlving […]

13 May

IEEE-USA Commends 2021 Endless Frontier Act

Bipartisan, Bicameral Bill Poised to Spur U.S. Economic Development WASHINGTON (13 May 2021) – IEEE-USA applauds the Senate Commerce Committee for moving the Endless Frontier Act (EFA) forward. The act is a visionary new approach to research and economic development that will strengthen America’s long-term competitiveness. However, we are disappointed that the committee significantly scaled […]

10 Mar

IEEE Announces Candidates for 2022 IEEE President-Elect

The voting membership of IEEE annually elects officers that serve on the top-tier IEEE governing bodies. The IEEE President-Elect candidates are nominated by the IEEE Board of Directors or by petition, with an election to follow in the Fall. The individual elected this year will serve as IEEE President-Elect in 2022 and as IEEE President […]

25 Feb

White Paper: Why (and How) America Should Upgrade Our Vulnerable Electrical Grid

WASHINGTON (25 February 2021) – A new white paper from IEEE-USA, written by the nation’s leading power engineers, addresses challenges and suggests solutions to current electrical grid shortcomings that are both technically feasible and economical. Challenges facing the U.S. electric power grid include aging equipment, physical and cyber security threats, transmission losses, wildfires and extreme […]

26 Jan

2020 IEEE-USA Awards Honor Outstanding Contributions in Trying Times

WASHINGTON (26 January 2021) – IEEE-USA is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2020 IEEE-USA Awards. The awardees were chosen to receive IEEE-USA’s highest honors, in recognition of their professionalism, technical achievement, and literary contributions to the engineering profession in the United States. “IEEE volunteers found ways to help others thrive in a difficult […]