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 […]

30 Mar

IEEE-USA E-Books Are Now Free for IEEE Members

Biggest change in e-book program history, applies to over 150 current titles WASHINGTON (30 March 2020) – 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 […]

05 Mar

IEEE-USA Launches Original Engineering Superhero Comic Book

The Slate Twins: Caught in the Currents Vol. 1 is written and illustrated by Jeff Knurek, cartoonist of the syndicated Jumble puzzle, seen in newspapers around the world WASHINGTON (4 March 2020) – Cartoonist Jeff Knurek steps into the world of engineering with a new, original comic book series – The Slate Twins: Caught in the […]

29 Jan

STEM Supports Two Thirds of U.S. Jobs

New analysis finds that six in ten U.S. STEM professionals do not hold a bachelor’s degree WASHINGTON (28 January 2020) – A new analysis released yesterday finds that 67% of U.S. jobs and 69% of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) are supported by science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The analysis, conducted by FTI Consulting […]

10 Dec

IEEE-USA Endorses H.R.5327 RELIEF Act to Eliminate Immigration Backlog and Increase American Business Competitiveness

WASHINGTON (10 December 2019) – On Friday, U.S. Representative Donna Shalala (D-Fla.) announced she has introduced legislation to resolve one of the biggest problems currently facing our immigration system: inadequate amounts of green cards available for high-skill immigrants. H.R.5327 is the House companion to S.2603, the Resolving Extended Limbo for Immigrant Employees and Families (RELIEF) […]

05 Nov

IEEE-USA Launches AI: A Global Survey

WASHINGTON (5 November 2019) – IEEE-USA’s AI: A Global Survey, an overview of the current national AI strategies of 26 different countries, is now available. This new report, prepared by Raine Sagramsingh, will assist US policymakers and others in the space comprehend the global context of artificial intelligence by providing insight into how other countries […]

01 Nov

IEEE-USA Announces 2019 Awards Recipients

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 […]

17 Oct

IEEE-USA Supports the RELIEF Act to Clear Immigration Backlog

WASHINGTON (17 October 2019) – Yesterday, U.S. Senators Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) introduced legislation that addresses one of the most serious problems in our immigration system: to alleviate the long multiyear waits for individuals who have been cleared to immigrate to the United States. The Resolving Extended Limbo for Immigrant Employees and […]