Following is a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. Some of the links may have expired or require a password.

House to Push Mike Lee’s S.386 Bill, Create Class of ‘Half Immigrants’
Breitbart News | 9 December 2020

Biden to confront Trump’s H-1B work visa changes
Tech Target | 9 November 2020

Tech Startups Say New Pay Rules for H-1B Visas Are Unaffordable
Live Mint | 2 November 2020

Tech Startups Say New Pay Rules for H-1B Visas Are Unaffordable
Wall Street Journal | 1 November 2020

Trump Cracks Down on Visas. Indian Firms May Benefit.
New York Times | 2 October 2020

The Covered Business Methods Program Must Finally Be Laid to Rest
IP Watchdog | 10 August 2020

White House, NSF Launch Partnership to Boost K-12 Access to Quantum Education
NextGov | 5 August 2020

IEEE-USA Calls for Extended Online Class Exemption for Student Visas
Yahoo! Finance | 14 July 2020

May 2020: U.S. Patent Office Seeks Public Comments on Patenting Artificial Intelligence Inventions
JD Supra | 2 June 2020

What Will Our World Look Like in 10 Years? New IEEE-USA E-Book Explores Humanity’s Future
Yahoo! Finance | 20 May 2020

Coronavirus Reading List
Congressman Seth Moulton | 11 March 2020

Big Hoopla STEM Challenge Joins Love of Basketball with Learning
Dayton Business Journal | 6 March 2020

Update on Federal Register Notice on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Patent Issues
National Law Review | 21 January 2020

Letter: AB 5 is a threat to Silicon Valley
East Bay News | 30 December 2019

Letter: AB 5 is a threat to Silicon Valley
Mercury News | 30 December 2019

Could Machine Learning, A.I. Harm Tech Competition?
Dice | 18 November 2019

Slow Progress for Bills in Congress to Address Green Card Backlog
JD Supra | 4 November 2019

Slow Progress for Bills in Congress to Address Green Card Backlog
LexBlog | 1 November 2019

Slow Progress for Bills in Congress to Address Green Card Backlog
National Law Review | 1 November 2019

Leahy pushes for more ‘green cards’ as backlog grows to 4 million
Vermont Business Magazine | 16 October 2019

Durbin, Leahy Introduce New Legislation To Increase Number Of Green Cards Available, Eliminating The Backlog
Public Now | 16 October 2019

STEM Plan for Women, Minorities Reintroduced
Big Island Now | 6 October 2019

Why we need to invest more in AI
The Hill | 27 September 2019

H-1B Salaries at JPMorgan Show What Banking Tech Pays for Visa Hires
Dice | 25 September 2019

Machine Learning Engineers: How Much Can They Make?
Dice | 13 September 2019

Northeast Ohio Red Cross sending volunteers, vehicles to help Hurricane Dorian victims
Click Lancashire | 2 September 2019

Security center explores the ‘Autonomous Future’ through interdisciplinary lens
Penn State News | 27 August 2019

Drive World and ESC 2019 to Feature Leading Companies Propelling Electronics Forward
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 15 August 2019

Green Card Giveaway to Tech Investors Will Push Athletes, Nurses to Back of Line
Breitbart News | 29 July 2019

Nantkwest Amici Urge SCOTUS Not to Shift Attorney’s Fees in Section 145 Appeals
IP Watchdog | 29 July 2019

Contention Over H-1B Visas is Hot Again
Communications of the ACM | 16 July 2019

NIST releases AI engagement plan in response to Trump executive order
VentureBeat | 2 July 2019

Tour the IEEE Emergency Response Communication Truck
Ig Electron | 5 June 2019

IEEE-USA Announces Bran Ferren as EVO19 Opening Keynote Speaker
Yahoo! Finance | 5 June 2019

Inaugural Drive World Conference & Expo 2019 Announces Keynotes from Sebastian Thrun, SAE International, and More
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 22 May 2019

Artificial Intelligence in Government Act Reintroduced
Big Island Now | 8 May 2019

Business Forum: Gender equity in photonics pays off
Laser Focus World | 1 May 2019

Survey: Chinese IC Designers Continue to Lag in Pay
EE Times | 1 May 2019

April 19, 2019 Capitol Update
ASME | 19 April 2019

Mobile outreach vehicle serves natural disaster victims
WSRB-TV Atlanta | 30 March 2019

Triangle volunteers help Alabama tornado victims
WRAL TV | 8 March 2019

MRS Impact Award
Materials Research Society | 6 March 2019

Real Time America (also available on YouTube)
Voice of America | 12 February 2019

January 11, 2019 Capitol Update
ASME | 11 January 2019

Following is a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. Some of the links may have expired or require a password.

The Digital Economy and Privacy Protection: the Challenges Ahead
Japan Economic Foundation | 31 December 2018

HKU Engineering Professor Ron Hui Shu-Yuen Named Fellow Of The US National Academy Of Inventors
ScienMag | 17 December 2018

Artificial intelligence: a detailed explainer, with a human point of view
The Bulletin | 7 December 2018

Drugmakers Head to High Court for Clarity on Patent-Sale Timing
Bloomberg Law | 3 December 2018

Diversity Visas Are a Trump Target, And That Could Hurt Employers
Bloomberg Law | 14 November 2018

U.S. May Speed Green Cards for Some Countries, Make Others Wait
Bloomberg BNA | 31 October 2018

Dr. Conrad Elected IEEE-USA President
UNC Charlotte News | 30 October 2018

REP. KHANNA RELEASES ‘INTERNET BILL OF RIGHTS’ PRINCIPLES, ENDORSED BY SIR TIM BERNERS-LEE
Representative Ro Khanna | 4 October 2018

Send Only Your ‘Best and Brightest’: What’s Ahead for H-1B Visas
Bloomberg BNA | 4 October 2018

IEEE-USA Future Leaders Forum
Austin Technology Council | July 26, 2018

Top Tech Conferences: The Ultimate B2B tech events and show guide for 2018
TechRadar | 13 July 2018

Top U.S. Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban: Student Visas Already in Decline
Scientific American | 26 June 2018

Patent ‘Death Squad’ System Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court
Bloomberg | 24 April 2018

U.S. Prepares to Distribute H-1B Visas Without Trump-Demanded Changes
Wall Street Journal | 4 April 2018

What More Can Be Done to H-1B Guestworker Visas? Plenty
Bloomberg BNA | 13 March 2018

Hamid Vakilzadian earns IEEE-USA Citation of Honor
University of Nebraska-Lincoln News | 2 February 2018

Following is a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. Some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Without New Laws or Walls, Trump Presses the Brake on Legal Immigration
New York Times | 20 December 2017

Trump Is Showing Just How Much Xenophobia You Can Enact Without Changing A Law
Above the Law | 20 December 2017

On a hunt for unique holiday gifts? Los Gatos has solutions
The Mercury News | 8 December 2017

Bill would raise minimum salary for H-1B holders
San Francisco Chronicle | 15 November 2017

Missouri S&T graduate student awarded top IEEE honor
Missouri S&T News | 31 October 2017

How the Latest U.S. Travel Ban Could Affect Science
Scientific American | 28 September 2017

Trump administration red tape tangles up visas for skilled foreigners, data shows
Reuters | 20 September 2017

More Briefs in Support of ending IPRs
PatentlyO | 1 September 2017

The next PTO Director must grasp the fundamental fact that a patent secures a property right
IP Watchdog | 24 July 2017

‘Startup visa’ rule could help entrepreneurs, if Trump keeps it
San Francisco Chronicle | 20 May 2017

U.S. law allows low H-1B wages; just look at Apple
Computerworld | 15 May 2017

Going places
Missouri S&T | 9 May 2017

IEEE-USA Texas Delegation Calls on Congress to Support R&D Investment
PR Newswire | 5 May 2017

In Worcester, Education, Engineering an Award-Winning Collaboration
Worcester (Mass.) Magazine | 4 May 2017

Missouri S&T Senior Honored as IEEE-USA New Faces of Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology | 26 April 2017

IEEE-USA’s Stance on the H-1B Visa Program
The Institute | 21 April 2017

Trump to Order Wholesale H-1B Reform
Computerworld | 18 April 2017

Justice Dept. Says Replacing U.S. Workers May Bring Lawsuit
Computerworld | 3 April 2017

Fears Arise that Trump Has Dropped the Ball on H1-B Reform
Computerworld | 10 March 2017

Premium Processing for H1-B Visas Suspended for Six Months
Electronic Design | 7 March 2017

Commentary: The H-1B Visa Problem as IEEE-USA Sees It
IEEE Spectrum | 6 March 2017

U.S. to Temporarily Suspend Fast-Track Processing of H-1B Visas
The Wall Street Journal | 6 March 2017

Sen. Durbin Accuses Trump of Breaking His H-1B Promise
Computerworld | 3 March 2017

Trump Says Offshoring Displaces “Our Best” American Workers
Computerworld | 1 March 2017

H-1B Advocate Sen. Orrin Hatch Sets Stage for New Visa Battle
Computerworld | 17 February 2017

2017 U.S. Engineers Week Encourages Attendees to Dream Big
The Institute | 10 February 2017

Tech Industry Grapples with Potential of H-1B Visa Reform
Associations Now | 3 February 2017

Trump at Risk of ‘Letting Down American Workers,’ says IEEE-USA
Computerworld | 3 February 2017

Draft of Executive Order Looks to Re-Examine Visa Programs
The Wall Street Journal | 1 February 2017

The Ripple Effects of Trump’s H-1B Visa Reform
Axios | 1 February 2017

Trump Eyes an H-1B Visa Aimed at ‘Best and Brightest’
InfoWorld | 27 January 2017

Will IT Employment Gain Impetus Under Trump
ReadITQuik | 17 January 2017

Trump, Tech Tycoons Talk Overhaul of H-1B Visas
Reuters | 12 January 2017

What’s Next for the H-1B Program Under Trump
CIO Dive | 4 January 2017

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. Some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Engineering Group Asks Trump to Terminate H-1B Lottery
CIO Dive | 9 December 2016

IEEE-USA Wants Trump to End H-1B Lottery
Computerworld | 8 December 2016

After Pink Slips, UCSF Tech Workers Train their Foreign Replacements
San Jose Mercury News | 3 November 2016

Kettering University Professor Challenges Students to Tackle Policy Issues
Kettering University | 31 October 2016

The Best of the 2016 World Maker Faire
The Institute | 14 October 2016

U.S. IT and Engineering Salaries Rise Nearly 4% in 2015
Computerworld | 12 October 2016

IT Workers Fear More Outsourcing at U of California System
Inside Higher Ed | 27 September 2016

IEEE-USA MOVE Truck Deploys to Flood-Ravaged Louisiana
WCTI TV 12 | 21 September 2016

University of California in Offshoring Battle
sourcingfocus.com | 12 September 2016

University of California’s Outsourcing is Wrong, Says U.S. Lawmaker
CIO Australia | 9 September 2016

Disaster Relief Vehicle Teaches Cary Students About Science
Cary Citizen | 27 August 2016

Newsroom Stints Help Scientists, Engineers Polish Skills
AAAS | 23 August 2016

New Law in Mass. Attempts to Raise IT Pay for Women
Computerworld | 19 August 2016

S&T Associate Professor Gets Outstanding Teaching Award
The Rolla Daily News | 15 August 2016

Rapid Growth, Change Predicted for Remote Sensing Industry
Directions Magazine | 20 April 2016

The Pain of Training Your Replacement
Computerworld | 18 April 2016

How Many H-1B Workers are Female? U.S. Won’t Say
Computerworld | 1 April 2016

H-1B Program a ‘Job and Industry Killer;’ Lawmakers React
Dayton Daily News | 19 March 2016

White House Education Plan Leaves Visa Critics Flabbergasted
Computerworld | 31 January 2016

Which Engineers Make The Most Money?
The Institute | 28 January 2016

Lawsuits Claim Disney Colluded to Replace U.S. Workers With Immigrants
The New York Times | 25 January 2016

Engineers Week 2016 Features Tech Demos and Hands-on Activities
The Institute | 14 January 2016

IEEE-USA to Urge Displaced Workers to File Complaints
Computerworld | 7 January 2016

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. In some cases, the text of an article has been reprinted. Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

U.S. Predicts Zero Job Growth for Electrical Engineers
Computerworld | 21 December 2015

IEEE-USA Salary Survey: Communications Technology Engineers Earn $150,000
RCR Wirless | 25 November 2015

EEs Report Highest Pay Increase Since 2008
EE Times | 20 November 2015

The IT Job Party Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop for Certain Skills
InfoWorld | 19 November 2015

Median Income of Electrotechnology, IT Professionals Rises to $130,000 for Largest Gain in Past Five Years
EDACafe | 17 November 2015

IT Salaries in the U.S. Rose More Than 4 Percent Last Year
Computerworld | 1 September 2015

Jonsson School Professor Earns IEEE-USA Professional Leadership Award
The University of Texas at Dallas | 27 August 2015

WSU Engineers Create Solar Generator, Charging Machine
Ogden Standard-Examiner | 8 August 2015

Quadrennial Energy Review Addresses Priority Issues Surrounding Today’s Energy Industry
IEEE Smart Grid | June 2015

Kartik Kulkarni Honored as New Face of Engineering
India West | 25 April 2015

Demand for Skilled-Workers Visas Exceeds Supply
The Wall Street Journal | 7 April 2015

My View: I-Squared Act is Job-Exporting Machine
Deseret News | 16 March 2015

IEEE-USA, Others Challenge Patent Reform
EE Times | 28 February 2015

IEEE-USA Launches New Digital Brand for U.S. IEEE Membership
Folio | 24 February 2015

EAD cards for H4 visa holders: Green Cards Better Solution, says IEEE-USA
The American Bazaar | 24 February 2015

Rule Will Allow Spouses of Some H-1B Visa Holders to Work
The (Washington) Business Journal | 24 February 2015

U.S. to Allow Some H-1B Worker Spouses to Work
Computerworld | 24 February 2015

So Cal Edison’s Path to the Center of the H-1B Debate
Computerworld | 12 February 2015

Anti-H-1B Senator to Head Immigration Panel
Computerworld | 22 January 2015

New H-1B Bill Will ‘Help Destroy’ U.S. Tech Workforce
Computerworld | 14 January 2015

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. In some cases, the text of an article has been reprinted. Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Obama H-1B Reform Plan Draws Grassely’s Ire
Computerworld | 13 October 2014

IEEE Provides Guidance on President’s Energy Review
Intelligent Utility | 8 October 2014

White House Blames IT Systems for Immigration Data Problems
Computerworld | 26 September 2014

Rockefeller Receives Award for Lifetime Commitment Advancing STEM Fields
Sen. Jay Rockefeller News Release | 19 September 2014

Obama’s Options for Tech Immigration Take Shape
Computerworld | 20 August 2014

Award for STEM Teaching Program
Reaching Across Illinois Library System | 1 August 2014

IEEE Joint Task Force Delivers Draft Response to Support White House Quadrennial Energy Review (QER)
Digital Journal | 29 July 2014

Obama Has Big Options for H-1B, Green Card Reform Without Congress
Computerworld | 9 July 2014

Jasper Middle School Student’s App Wins Top Prize
Dubois County Free Press | 27 June 2014

IEEE Homeland Security Symposium Call for Papers
Biometric Update | 24 June 2014

Guiding Girls to Lofty Goals
Culver City (Calif.) Observer | 29 May 2014

Are Women Engineers Really in Demand?
The Institute | 20 May 2014

U.S. Air Force Shelves Proposal to Move Research Office
AAAS Science Insider | 11 April 2014

App-E-Feat Mobile App Development Contest to Benefit Humanity
Baltimore Examiner | 11 April 2014

Hoover Dam’s Workforce Nears Retirement, Gov’t Scrambles to Fill Jobs
FoxNews.com | 31 March 2014

Tufts Professor Sparks Apps Contest for Teens
The Boston Globe | 8 March 2014

Here’s How Nonprofits Can Find Free Engineers
Mashable | 20 February 2014

IEEE-USA App-Development Contest Featured on TV
WTTG FOX 5 | 20 February 2014

Missouri S&T Grad Honored as IEEE-USA’s New Face of Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology | 20 February 2014

What STEM Shortage? Electrical Engineering Lost 35,000 Jobs Last Year
Computerworld | 16 January 2014

Engineers Week is Right Around the Corner
The Institute | 15 January 2014

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in online, print, radio and television news stories. In some cases, the text of an article has been reprinted. Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

IEEE Builds App Resource for Nonprofits and NGOs
Folio Magazine | 25 September 2013

Call for U.S. Outsourcing Visa Rules to be Cleared Up
Sourcingfocus.com | 9 September 2013

IT Offshore Outsourcers are Top L-1 Visa Users, U.S. Says
Computerworld | 6 September 2013

Software Employment Rises 45% in 10 Years, as Angst in Engineering Grows
Computerworld |22 July 2013

Electrical Engineering Employment Trending Down
Computerworld | 11 July 2013

IEEE-USA Requests Rules to Enable Wireless Innovation Above 95 GHz
TV Technology | 3 July 2013

IEEE-USA Petitions FCC for Ruling on Spectrum Above 95 GHz
Electronic Design | 3 July 2013

Senate Immigration Bill’s Visa Rules a ‘Landslide’ for Tech Lobby
The Huffington Post | 1 July 2013

Here’s What a Republican Immigration Victory Looks Like
National Journal | 21 June 2013

Proposal Would Allow More Women to Come to U.S. Under Immigration Bill
The Washington Post | 20 June 2013

IEEE-USA President Discusses High-Skill Immigration with Colonel Mason
The Promise of Tomorrow | 17 June 2013

H-1B Visa Traffickers Under Fire
Medill Reports, Chicago | 12 June 2013

Senate Set to Sniff ‘Stinky Onion’ Immigration Bill
Computerworld | 3 June 2013

High-Tech Industry Big Immigration Bill Winner
The Associated Press / Las Vegas Sun | 26 May 2013

Georgetown Professor Receives Prestigious IEEE-USA Award
Georgetown University | 21 May 2013

Sen. Hatch: No Deal Yet on Tech-Backed H-1B Visa Amendments
The Hill | 20 May 2013

Tech Industry Pushes to Amend Immigration Bill
The New York Times | 19 May 2013

H-1B Visas to Have Their Day in Committee
National Journal | 16 May 2013

H-1B at Center of Immigration Reform Debate
Information Week | 16 May 2013

H-1B Politics Shifts to Backroom as Vote Nears
Computerworld | 16 May 2013

Top Tech Groups Press for Changes to Gang of Eight Bill Ahead of Markup
The Hill | 13 May 2013

Technology Firms Jealously Guard Worker Visas in Immigration Bill
The Hill | 9 May 2013

Mini Golf Returns to the National Building Museum May 27
The Washington Post | 30 April 2013

ISU Student Recognized as IEEE-USA’s New Face of Engineering, College Edition
Iowa State Daily | 28 April 2013

Dismal Unemployment Numbers for Electrical Engineers
The Institute | 24 April 2013

Art, Design Education Needs Pushing STEM to STEAM
Investor’s Business Daily | 22 April 2013

Tech Industry Cautiously Welcomes Senate Immigration Bill
Reuters | 16 April 2013

Senate Immigration Bill Could Reshape California
San Jose Mercury News | 16 April 2013

In H-1B Debate, ‘IEEE-USA has the Most Impact’
Computerworld | 12 April 2013

In Immigration Debate, Some Query Skilled-Worker Shortage
Reuters | 10 April 2013

IT Manager Hiring, Unemployment Rates, Rise
Computerworld | 10 April 2013

Unemployment Rate for Electrical Engineers Soars
Computerworld | 9 April 2013

Engineers Endorse Grassley Bill on H-1B Reform
The Hill | 22 March 2013

Immigrant Men Favored over Women for Visas
Daily Democrat | 20 March 2013

‘H-1B Program Discriminates Against Women’
Silicon India News | 20 March 2013

The Gross Gender Imbalance in Visa Program for Skilled STEM Workers
Jezebel | 19 March 2013

High-skilled Immigration Debate Grows over Stark Gender Imbalance
San Jose Mercury News | 19 March 2013

Foreign OPT Students Work Long Hours for Low Pay
Computerworld | 19 March 2013

H-1B Reform Bill Bolstered by Testimony about Male Visa-holders
Computerworld | 19 March 2013

Female Engineer Tells Congress H-1B Visas are Sexist, Should be Replaced with Green Cards
Quartz | 18 March 2013

H-1B Visa Program Discriminates Against Women, Senators Hear
Law360 | 18 March 2013

Gender Bias Seen in Visas for Skilled Workers
The New York Times | 18 March 2013

U.S. Lawmakers Urged to Focus on Legal Immigration Reform
Zee News (India) | 6 March 2013

Despite Wide Support for High-Skilled Immigration Reform, H-1B Visas Called into Question
The Hill | 5 March 2013

Tech Groups Ask for a Variety of Skilled Immigration Changes
CFO World | 5 March 2013

Black Engineers, Smart Grid Featured on Discover Engineering Family Day Preview
WTTG FOX 5 | 14 February 2013

State of the Union: Obama Scored Tech Points on Visas, Security But Not Foreign Cash
International Business Times | 13 February 2013

Klobuchar in Midst of Contentious Visa Debate
Minneapolis Star Tribune | 10 February 2013

Ritter to Speak at GreenTech 2013 in April
InnovatioNews |6 February 2013

H-1B Visa Cap Battle Looms on the Horizon
The Hill | 2 February 2013

U.S. Lawmakers Propose Easing Limits on Foreign Scientists and Engineers
Nature | 30 January 2013

Skilled Science Workers at Focus of Second Senate Proposal on Immigration
The New York Times | 28 January 2013

Are You Ready for Engineers Week?
The Institute | 7 January 2013

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in news releases and various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Quiet Texan to Head Science Committee
Nature | 4 December 2012

Visa Increase for Foreign Scientists Wins Tenuous Victory in US House
Nature | 30 November 2012

Obama Fighting Tech Backed Visa Reform
San Francisco Business Times | 29 November 2012

Obama Opposes Microsoft, Cisco-backed Immigration Bill
Times of India | 29 November 2012

House Set to Vote Again on STEM Visas
Computerworld New Zealand | 28 November 2012

Time for Engineers to Weigh In on Immigration
EE Times | 28 November 2012

As STEM Act Vote Nears, Some Experts Dispute High Tech Worker Shortage
Fox News Latino | 28 November 2012

High-skill Green Cards Get Lame-Duck Push in Congress
San Jose Mercury News | 23 November 2012

Free Screening of Codebreaker Tomorrow
Duke IEEE | 28 October 2012

Film Presents Alan Turing in Full; Duke Preview Monday
Duke University Research Blog | 25 October 2012

Federal Budget Limits Affect Scientific Conferences
The New York Times | 23 October 2012

Partisan Quibbling Kills Green Card Bill
EBN | 5 October 2012

Film Chronicles the Tragic Life and Career of a Genius and War Hero
Science | 5 October 2012

US House Nixes Bill to Increase Visas for Foreign Scientists
Nature | 20 September 2012

Strong Support for the STEM Jobs Act
House Judiciary Committee | 20 September 2012

Republicans Push Bill to Help Foreign Science Graduates Stay
The New York Times | 18 September 2012

U.S. House Prepares to Vote on Visas for Foreign STEM Graduates
Science | 18 September 2012

Private Spaceships Will Inspire Future Generations: Q&A with Paul Kostek
Space.com | 10 September 2012

Lawmaker Hails Silicon Valley Patent Office
EE Times | 4 September 2012

Obama, Romney Answer Top American Science Questions
Science Debate | 4 September 2012

IEEE-USA Salary Survey Radio Coverage (starts near end of first half hour)
The Promise of Tomorrow Radio Show | 3 September 2012

Highest Paid Engineers are in Mobile Tech
Computerworld | 3 September 2012

New Mexico Labs Must Have Future Beyond Weapons
The Albuquerque Journal | 23 July 2012

Organizations List Top Science Questions Obama, Romney Should Tackle
Science Debate | 19 July 2012

IEEE-USA’s Mini Golf Hole Featured on TV (starts at about 2:45 on time stamp)
WTTG FOX 5 (Washington, D.C.) | 16 July 2012

Strokes of Genius: Mini Golf at Building Museum is Cool by Design
The Washington Post’s KidsPost | 15 July 2012

Broad Coalition Calls for STEM Bill
House Judiciary Committee | 12 July 2012

National Building Museum’s Mini Golf Course: Harder Than it Looks
The Dirt | 10 July 2012

Local Architects Asked to Design Mini Golf Course
Business Insider | 10 July 2012

FRIDAY FUNNY: Mulligans on the Mall!
Facility Blog | 6 July 2012

IEEE-USA Honors Saifur Rahman with Divisional Professional Leadership Award
Virginia Tech News | 2 July 2012

Putt-Putt Museum
Roll Call | 25 June 2012

Fore! Building Museum to Add Mini Golf Course This Summer
DCist | 8 June 2012

STEM Education Funding in the U.S. – Is More or Less Needed?
IEEE Spectrum | 8 June 2012

IEEE-USA to Sponsor Miniature Golf Hole this Summer
National Building Museum | 7 June 2012

Senate Bill Slots 55,000 Tech Green Cards
Computerworld | 15 May 2012

Jeremy Blum: Inspirational Engineering
The Institute | 4 May 2012

Discover Engineering Family Day TV Preview Features IEEE-USA Activity
WTTG FOX 5 (Washington, D.C.) | 17 February 2012

Future City Competition Features Middle School Students
Edmond (Okla.) Sun | 20 January 2012

Will Brain Act Create or Destroy American Jobs?
Deseret News | 13 January 2012

U.S. Bill to Hasten Green Cards May Soon Get Senate Hearing
Livemint.com | 12 January 2012

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Section 145 Case (Kappos v. Hyatt)
Association of Corporate Counsel | 11 January 2012

Dispute over Proposed Green Card Law Pits Brightest Immigrants Against Each Other
The Washington Post | 10 January 2012

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

More Green Cards, Not H-1B Visas, is the Real Fix
U.S. News & World Report | 28 December 2011

House Readies Green Card Bill for Tech
Computerworld | 19 December 2011

Relief for Employment-Based and Family-Based Immigrants?
Shusterman’s Immigration Update | November 2011

GOP Advances Bill to Help China, India Tech Grads
Computerworld | 28 October 2011

GOP’s Tech Visa Bill Copies, Literally, Democrat’s Bill
Computerworld | 18 October 2011

Electric Vehicles Present Challenges for Distribution Grids
Renew Grid | 17 October 2011

Labrador Pushes Bill Aimed at Helping Foreign Grads, High-Tech Employers
The Idaho Statesman | 14 October 2011

House Prepares to Move STEM Immigration Reform
Science | 11 October 2011

Electrical and Electronics Engineers Saw Nice Raises Last Year
MLive.com | 27 September 2011

Salaries Rise for Engineers Despite Higher Unemployment
Computerworld | 27 September 2011

Electrical Engineers Honor Alumna for Long-Time Service
Washington State University News | 23 September 2011

Former IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow Writes Book on ‘Systems and Software Engineering with Applications’
SYS-CON Media | 20 September 2011

U.S. Overhauls Patent System
The Daily Record (Rochester, N.Y.) | 9 September 2011

Patent Reform OK’d; Critics Say it Impedes Start-ups
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | 8 September 2011

What Is Wrong With High-Skill Immigration Policy?
Science | 2 September 2011

Former IEEE-USA President Recognized with IEEE Service Award
Tri-Cities (Wash.) Area Journal of Business | August 2011

House Repbulicans Consider High-Skills Immigration Bill
Computerworld | 25 July 2011

Obama: ‘We Don’t Have Enough Engineers’
Computerworld | 14 June 2011

Saifur Rahman Awarded IEEE-USA Professional Achievement Award
Virginia Tech News | 14 April 2011

IEEE-USA Cosponsoring IEEE Green Technologies Conference
WAFB-TV 9 (Baton Rouge, La.) | 4 April 2011

IEEE, SIA Lobby for Immigration Reform
Circuits Assembly | 1 April 2011

H-1B Visas Need to be Easier to Get, Business Leaders Tell Congress
Network World | 1 April 2011

Congress Hears Two Views on H-1B Visas
EE Times | 31 March 2011

H-1B Cap Change Sought By Key Congressman
Computerworld | 31 March 2011

Green Cards Offered as Solution for High-Tech Firms
National Journal | 31 March 2011

Outsourcers Are Criticized on Visa Use
The New York Times | 31 March 2011

Smart Grid Will Enable More Electric Cars, Say Michigan Researchers
Spero News | 24 March 2011

Former IEEE-USA President Receives Organization’s Highest Honor
Colorado Springs Gazette | 24 March 2011

Nissan Leaf to Get Faster Charger ‘In a Year or So’
GreenCarReports.com | 4 March 2011

IEEE-USA, Others Challenge Patent Reform
EE Times | 28 February 2011

Senators to Debate Patent Bill
The New York Times | 27 February 2011

IEEE-USA’s Discover Engineering Family Day Activity Featured on TV
WTTG FOX 5 (Washington, D.C.) | 27 February 2011

Here’s a list of IEEE-USA citations in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

To Stay Competitive, All U.S. Students Need Reading, ‘Riting and Science
TechNewsDaily | 18 November 2010

High-Tech Healer: IEEE’s 2010 New Face of Engineering
The Institute | September 2010

Obama Calls for Permanent R&D Tax Credit
PC World | 8 September 2010

Making Sense of Science
Voice of America | 23 July 2010

Where the Engineering Jobs Are
IEEE Spectrum Magazine | July 2010

Final Tally: IT Lost 250,000 Jobs Last Year
Computerworld | 28 April 2010

Develop an iPad Application: Grab a Job
Gaea News Network | 1 February 2010

If You Want a Job, Build an iPad App
Computerworld | 29 January 2010

U.S. Engineering Jobs, Present and Future
IT Business Edge | 27 January 2010

Engineering Job Growth Stalls
National Journal Tech Daily Dose | 26 January 2010

Obama’s Job Push Arrives as Engineers Leave IT
Computerworld | 26 January 2010

Con Edison Engineer to Lead IEEE-USA Energy Committee
Con Edison | 25 January 2010

Watch What You Post, It May Come Back to Haunt You
Canadian Consulting Engineer | 18 January 2010

What Is a Patent? Join the Debate
EE Times | 6 November 2009

Study: No Shortage of U.S. Engineers
BusinessWeek, MSNBC | 28 October 2009

Engineers Give Back 2008 Gains in 2009
Electronic Design | 22 October 2009

U.S. Engineers Jobs Status
Techgoss (Australia) | 9 October 2009

IEEE Gives Mixed Employment Report for Software Engineers, Computer Scientists
Software Development Times | 8 October 2009

IEEE Celebrates 2009 Nobel Prize Winners
Reuters via PR Newswire | 7 October 2009

IEEE-USA Helps Produce More Than Three-Dozen TV News Reports on Technologies that Benefit Humanity
The Earth Times | 7 October 2009

Third Quarter Unemployment Datat Show Mixed Trends
Engineering Daily | 7 October 2009

Software Engineering Jobs Decline – Slightly
Computerworld | 7 October 2009

Technical Papers Sought for Green Technology Conference
ThomasNet News | 5 October 2009

Positive Signs for Manufacturing Continue
Control Engineering | 2 October 2009

IEEE-USA to Offer Three Career-Enhancement Sessions During International Text Conference
Reuters via PR Newswire | 8 September 2009

Recession Doesn’t Stop High-Tech Job Outsourcing
American Economic Alert | 20 August 2009

Kappos Sketches Out Plans for Patent Office
EE Times | 30 July 2009

Scientist Shortage? Maybe Not
USA Today | 9 July 2009

EE Unemployment Rate Soars to New Record
Houston Business Journal via PR Newswire | 7 July 2009

EE Unemployment Soared in Second Quarter to 8.6%
EE Times | 7 July 2009

Electrical Engineers See Job Losses at Record Levels
Computerworld | 7 July 2009

What Engineering Shortage?
The Bent of Tau Beta Pi | Summer 2009

Former IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow Hired as VP of Technology Management at DBS
Defined Business Solutions via PR Newswire | 23 June 2009

SBA and IEEE-USA Partner to Promote Innovation, Job Growth
Dallas Morning News via Business Wire | 23 June 2009

Why More Engineers Are Losing Jobs
Marketplace Radio | 17 June 2009

Use Craigslist to Market … Yourself (Blog on IEEE Consultants Network of Silicon Valley
EDN | 13 June 2009

Professionals Launch New Org to Defend Integrity at Work
Union City | 22 May 2009

TopCoder Announces 2009 TopCoder Open Onsite Competitors
Earth Times | 14 May 2009

ASME Pushes for Government Action on a National Energy Policy
Transmission & Distribution World | 12 May 2009

IBM Should Reveal Truth About Engineering Layoffs
EE Times India | 6 May 2009

Tech Jobs Hammered by Recession
San Jose Mercury News | 13 April 2009

Kaufman Influenced New National Program
Delaware News Journal | 25 April 2009

IEEE-USA Becomes Sponsor of 2009 TopCoder Open
TopCoder, Inc. | 9 April 2009

Unemployment’s Impact on H-1B Visas
ThomasNet Industrial News Room | 8 April 2009

Feds Count H-1B Applications as Engineering Unemployment Spikes
Computerworld | 7 April 2009

High-Tech Hit Hard by Unemployment
National Journal Tech Daily Dose | 6 April 2009

Unemployment Among EEs Jumped in Q1
EE Times | 6 April 2009

Engineer Unemployment Rate Spikes
Network World | 6 April 2009

Work-Visa Numbers Get Squishy — and Get Played
The Wall Street Journal | 31 March 2009

Top U.S. Companies Expect Fewer Worker Visas Amid Downturn
Reuters | 30 March 2009

To Outsource or Not to Outsource
EE Times India | 12 March 2009

Stimulus: U.S. to Outline Broadband Initiative
EE Times | 6 March 2009

Bexley, Ohio Students Win Future City Competition
Environmental Protection | 26 February 2009

Defense Official Became Space Tourism Sponsor
The Washington Post | 19 February 2009

Stimulus Plan to Create Millions of Jobs, but What Type and Who Will Qualify?
The Journal Star |14 February 2009

Where Will Stimulus Bring Jobs?
The Wall Street Journal | 8 February 2009

Appended below is a listing of references to IEEE-USA in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Life after Layoffs: How to Move Forward After a Job Loss
Electronic Business | 18 December 2008

Chu at DOE Chief Greeted Favorably
Design News | 11 December 2008

IEEE, Via to Consider Patent Pools for Standards
WirelessWeek | 8 December 2008

Energy Independence Impossible, Southern Co. CEO Says
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | 17 November 2008

Group Plans Science and Tech Policy Event
EE Times | 30 September 2008

High-Tech Will Relieve Energy Crisis — Some Day
EE Times | 10 June 2008

Consulting Firm Settles H-1B Discrimination Case
EE Times | 2 May 2008

Crashes That Save Lives
Ivanhoe Newswire | May 2008

New Take on Tag-Team Tactics
Las Vegas Review-Journal | 18 April 2008

Administration Softens Position on Patent Reform
EE Times | 4 April 2008

Is Patent Reform Fight Almost Over?
InternetNews | 1 April 2008

Bill Gates Urges More Visas for Tech Workers
USA Today | 12 March 2008

Time to Reform H-1B
Washington Technology | 4 March 2008

Tech Off IEEE-USA: Focus on Innovation, Education in ’08
Control Engineering | 1 February 2008

Tech Off Radar in ’08 Race
EE Times | 25 January 2008

No, the Tech Skills Shortage Doesn’t Exist
Information Week | 12 January 2008

U.S. Dominance in R&D Faltering
Industrial Market Trends | 8 January 2008

Appended below is a listing of references to IEEE-USA in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

Mentor steers team building robot car: Students, engineers finishing entry for DARPA contest
The News & Observer | 21 Oct. 2007

Competitiveness Bill Advances in US Congress
Washingtonpost.com | 2 Aug. 2007

Immigration Reform Efforts Revive Debate Over Visa Programs
Human Resources Executive Online | 28 June 2007

Why the H-1B Programme Needs Fixing
Rediff (India) | 23 April 2007

Senate Bill Gives Americans Preference for Tech Jobs
CNET News | 3 April 2007

New IEEE-USA Leader: U.S. Must Act Now to Keep High-Tech Jobs
Control Engineering | 6 Feb. 2007

High-Tech Firms Gear Up To Fight For More H-1B Visas
Cox News Service | 21 Jan. 2007

Tech trade groups form RFID Council
BusinessWeek | 19 Jan. 2007

Keeping Research and Leadership at Home
BusinessWeek | 19 Jan. 2007

Appended below is a listing of references to IEEE-USA in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

High-tech companies lobby for more visas
The Arizona Republic | 13 Dec. 2005

Computech Agrees to Pay $2.65M in H-1B Worker Case
Computerworld | 12 Dec. 2005

Firm that underpaid H-1B workers to pay fine, $2.25M in back wages
Computerworld | 28 Nov. 2005

Offshore Outsourcing Creates Jobs, Study Says
Computerworld New Zealand | 28 Nov. 2005

Seeing the Light on H-1B Visas
Computerworld | 21 Nov. 2005

Who Needs Black Engineers?
NSBE Magazine | November – December 2005

U.S. Senate approves H-1B visa increase
Computerworld | 4 Nov. 2005

More H-1B visas on the way?
ZDNet News | 3 Nov. 2005

Offshoring. Outsourcing. Out Of Work.
ED Online ID #11200 | 20 Oct. 2005

Political Appointees Re-Write Commerce Department Report On Offshore Outsourcing; Original Analysis Is Missing From Final Version
Manufacturing & Technology News | 12 October 2005

New Job Placement Service Succeeds in Helping Mature Workers
eMediaWire News Release | 5 October 2005

Market the Content Before the Bandwidth
BroadbandProperties Magazine | August 2005

Ubiquitous Gigabit: The Case for Ultra-Fast Fiber Open-Access Networks
BroadbandProperties Magazine | August 2005

Fresh Debate in U.S. Over H-1B Visa, Indians
Sify.com | 16 Aug. 2005

High-tech visas reach limit
New York Times News Service | 13 Aug. 2005

US H1-B visa limits already reached for 2006
IDG News Service | 12 Aug. 2005

H-1B visa cap reached; IT groups may press for more
Computerworld | 12 Aug. 2005

US cybersecurity called “alarming”
PhysOrg.com | 12 Aug. 2005

Gates laments decreasing interest in programming
Seattle Post-Intelligencer | 19 July 2005

Honors in Business
Trenton Times | 3 July 2005
Excerpted from The Trenton Times’ Business section:
“IEEE-USA President Dr. Gerard A. Alphonse of Princeton has been inducted into the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. He has been honored for his ‘prolific work in diverse cutting-edge technologies, including superconductivity, acoustic emissions and electro-optics.’ Former inductees include Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein. Alphonse and three others were selected for the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame by the New Jersey Research and Development Council, a nonprofit association dedicated to creating a strong, healthy environment for the continued growth of R&D within the state. The council also recognizes inventors, innovators and graduate students.”

When Global Winds Blow Set the Course For Tomorrow
Electronic Design Magazine | 30 June 2005

Public Is The Winner (Letter to the Editor)
USA Today | 30 June 2005

Supreme Court rulings raise concerns about broadband growth
EE Times | 27 June 2005

U.S. Computer Science Hiring Up Sharply
EE Times | 15 June 2005

Fifty and Fired
Fortune | 16 May 2005

No shortage of ‘engineering shortage’ talk
EDN | 4 May 2005

Bangalore’s Big Dreams
U.S. News & World Report | 2 May 2005

A plan to offshore … just 3 miles out
The Boston Globe | 25 April 2005

Free Wi-Fi doesn’t go far enough
Minneapolis Star Tribune | 24 April 2005

As Government Cap on Work Visas Rises, So Does Confusion
Washington Post | 8 April 2005

Supreme Court mulls file-swap ‘pushers’
CNET News.com | 6 April 2005

Offshoring Fails to Buoy a Shrinking Job Market
CIO Insight.com | 1 April 2005

India’s tech elite thrive at home and in the U.S.
Dallas Morning News | 27 March 2005

IEEE-USA Files Copyright Brief
Photonics.com | 25 Jan. 2005

Bush Administration Seeks to Curb Music, Movie File-Swapping
TechWeb | 25 Jan. 2005

IEEE takes middle road on copyright infringement
EE Times | 25 Jan. 2005

Tech Groups File Brief in Grokster Case
IDG News Service | 24 Jan. 2005

The New Idea Labs: As more firms send research to India and China, could the U.S. fall behind?
Time Magazine | 24 Jan. 2005

Another H-1B battle coming?
CNET News.com | 20 Jan. 2005

Tech Hiring: An Oxymoron No More
Business Week | 10 Jan. 2005

Appended below is a listing of references to IEEE-USA in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired or require a password.

IT salaries down last year
The Industry Standard |23 December 2004

Offshoring Said to Zap Electrical Engineers’ Wages
Reuters | 23 December 2004

Creating Diversity in Your IT Staff
Earthweb | 20 December 2004

Stealth Lawmaking
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board | 24 November 2004

Companies face costs of US visa expansion
Financial Times | 24 November 2004

Bill adds 20,000 H-1B visas
The New York Times | 22 November 2004

Some high-tech groups claim H-1B visas unfair
Las Vegas Sun | 22 November 2004

Congress ups H-1B visa cap by 20,000
Computerworld | 22 November 2004

Expert: Offshoring presents many challenges to U.S.
The Sun, Lowell, Mass. | 19 November 2004

IT unemployment now exceeds overall jobless rate
The Washington Post | 9 November 2004

Think Globally, Act Locally (with IEEE-USA’s Ron Hira)
Time Bonus Section | November 2004

IEEE-USA backs center to give Congress technological expertise
Control Engineering | 19 October 2004

Industry scrambles to decipher tax bill
EE Times | 14 October 2004

Visa Issues Vex Tech Workers, Their Employers
The Washington Post | 14 October 2004

Building the Engineering Electorate
Design News | 11 October 2004

Induce Act Talks Sputter
Wired News | 7 October 2004

H-1B visa cap: Any hope for techies?
Sify Finance (India) | 5 October 2004

H-1B visas nearly gone
ComputerWorld | 4 October 2004

Broad anti-piracy bill could ensnare device makers
(subscription required)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | 29 September 2004

Sheila Lennon: Incredible String Band
Providence (R.I.) Journal – On WHAS TV (Louisville, Ky.) | 28 September 2004

New Induce Act Alarms Foes
Wired News | 27 September 2004

The Engineer’s Conflict
EE Times | 30 August 2004

Outsourcing issue flares up at chip conference
InfoWorld | 24 August 2004

Outsourcing backers say move up food chain, foes question new job claims
EE Times | 24 August 2004

Better Times for Techies?
CNet News.com | 19 August 2004

Greenspan’s Blinders on Job Quality
AmericanEconomicAlert.org | 01 August 2004

High-tech employment numbers drop in the second quarter
IDG News Service | 27 July 2004

Techies Blast Induce Act
Wired News | 23 July 2004

Tech groups fight copyright infringement bill
MacCentral | 23 July 2004

Hatch Vows P2P Action This Year
internetnews.com | 23 July 2004

Shredding the INDUCE Act (IICA) – CEA, IEEE-USA, NetCoalition
Corante | 23 July 2004

Mike Emmons is Mad as Hell
Orlando Weekly | 22 July 2004

A WISE Intern
Calvin News | 22 July 2004

Devices for elderly new source of jobs
The Dallas Morning News | 11 July 2004

How Can We Ensure a Strong IT Labor Pool?
Optimize | July 2004

Economy zaps electronics jobs
Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal | 5 July 2004

Tough in the Trenches
IEEE Spectrum | July 2004

IEEE-USA’s Hira Laments Impact of Temporary Labor, Outsourcing on U.S. Engineering Careers
In a 20-minute radio interview on CBS news affiliate WTIC-Newstalk 1080 in Hartford, Conn., IEEE-USA R&D Committee Chair Dr. Ron Hira discussed the use of temporary labor and outsourcing to fill U.S. engineering positions.
WTIC 1080AM – Ray & Diane on the Air
27 June 2004

Iffy future is expected for engineers
The Arizona Republic | 27 June 2004

H-1B Increase Faces Stiff Resistance
Computerworld | 25 June 2004

Not all that’s outsourced gone abroad
The Oregonian | 15 June 2004

Introducing Girls to Engineering
BlackEngineer.com | 11 June 2004

A Policy That Exiles Common Sense
BusinessWeek Online | 08 June 2004

“Nip” and Tuck?
Tech Central Station | 03 June 2004

Addressing the Healthcare Needs of our Aging Population with Technology USA
Medical News Today | 27 May 2004

Jobless rate rose for engineers in 2003
Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal | 24 May 2004

Offshoring debate: Merely an election gimmick?
Electronic Engineering Times – Asia | 16 May 2004

Outsourcing: How Safe Is Your Job?
Electronic Design | 10 May 2004

U.S. Jobs: Reach for the Stars … or a Hammer
Insight On the News | 04 May 2004

Outsourcing: Reforms, not Rhetoric
CNET News.com | 04 May 2004

Foreign worker bill expected to agitate critics of tech visas
The Dallas Morning News | 02 May 2004

Trying to engineer a solution to outsourcing
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online | 02 May 2004

Effort afoot to exempt 20k from H-1B visa cap
Computerworld | 19 April 2004

Bye Bye Engineering, Hello Massage Therapy
WorldNetDaily | 16 April 2004

Putting a Human Face on Outsourcing
Washingtonpost.com | 12 April 2004

It’s Time to Update the Trade Laws
eWeek | 12 April 2004

Heading Offshore
Democrat & Chronicle (Rochester, N.Y.) | 04 April 2004

The Responsibility to Retrain
Fast Company | April 2004

Report: Offshore IT outsourcing helps economy
CNET News.com | 31 March 2004

Outsourcing could create ‘wage compression’ for IT workers
Computerworld | 31 March 2004

Study: Offshore outsourcing helps U.S. economy
IDG News Service, Washington Bureau | 30 March 2004

As jobs go overseas, a city struggles to reinvent itself
USA Today | 21 March 2004

Firms push for work visas
St. Paul Pioneer Press | 20 March 2004

Still Short of the Offshoring Ideal
The Washington Post | 12 March 2004

U.S. ELECTIONS: Indian Americans in two minds over outsourcing of U.S. jobs
Financial Times | 04 March 2004

R&D Funding Battles Begin
EE Times | 03 March 2004

R&D Starts to Move Offshore: Outsourcing evolves beyond low-wage programming jobs
Computerworld | 01 March 2004

Offshore Outsourcing Stirs National Debate
Engineering Times | March 2004

Engineer of the Year: UAB Professor wins ECOB’s top honor
Birmingham Business Journal | 27 Feb. 2004

H-1B visa cap could be reached within a week
Computerworld | 11 Feb. 2004

Watkins spending year in D.C.
Rolla (Mo.) Daily News | 02 Feb. 2004

Now workers, not companies, are hurting
San Jose Mercury News | 22 Jan. 2004

Demand for Engineers Rising Fast In U.S.
Investors Business Daily | 20 Jan. 2004

Tech Council Backs Foreign Labor Use
Washington Post | 14 Jan. 2004

Tech CEOs: Hiring Offshore Helps U.S. Workers
IDG News Service | 7 Jan. 2004

Appended below is a listing of references to IEEE-USA in various media publications. In some cases, the text of the article has been reprinted. Note: Due to the time-sensitive nature of the Internet, some of the links may have expired.

U.S. gov’t report: IT industry growing again
IDG News Service | 17 Dec. 2003

U.S. grapples with offshoring
IDG News Service | 19 Dec. 2003

FCC investigates smart radios
Government Computer News | 19 December 2003

IBM may move jobs at Boulder
The Denver Post | 16 December 2003

Debate over foreign workers looms again
The Washington Times | 16 December 2003

‘Exporting’ High-tech Jobs
WorldNetDaily.com | 12 December 2003

The Rise of India
BusinessWeek Online | 08 December 2003

India, US can become ideal trade partners
The Financial Express | 30 November 2003

U.S. tech services giants shift offshore
Reuters News Service | 26 November 2003

U.S. state weighs response to high-tech outsourcing
Forbes.com | 26 November 2003

Experts Debating Future of IT Careers
Dallas Morning News | 26 November 2003

Techies in Texas eye research backing from Washington
National Journal’s Technology Daily | 20 October 2003

Congress looks for ways to slow offshore hiring
InfoWorld | 20 October 2003

Broadband Users Boost Economy As They Purchase Gear, Services
INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY | 20 October 2003

H-1B visa cap may not mean more local jobs
Silicon Valley Biz Ink | 17 October 2003

U.S. unemployment rate for EEs up in third quarter
EE Times | 14 October 2003

Offshoring stirs prejudices
Silicon Valley Biz Ink | 10 October 2003

Tough Tactics for a Tough Market
The Dallas Morning News | 07 October 2003

U.S. Visa Cap for IT Cut
AustralianIT.com | 06 October 2003

Data Management Problems Thwart GAO Effort to Count H-1Bs
Computerworld | 03 October 2003

Legislators seek better tracking of tech visas
The Boston Globe | 03 October 2003

Program Had Provided Tech Companies With Labor During Dot.com Boom
The San Diego Union-Tribune | 02 October 2003

H-1B Cap Deadline Passes, But Debate Not Over
IDG News Service | 02 October 2003

H-1B Cap No Big Issue for IT Firms
The Economic Time (IndiaTimes) | 01 October 2003

Congress cuts visas for skilled foreign workers
San Francisco Chronicle | 01 October 2003

The China Syndrome
CFO Magazine | 01 October 2003

H-1B Visa Cap Falls to 65,000
eWEEK | 01 October 2003

Congress Allows H-1B Limit to Drop
WashTech News | 30 September 2003

Congress lowers visa cap for foreign tech workers
The Oregonian | 29 September 2003

H-1B visa cap to be revisited
Bizjournals | 29 September 2003

Tech’s Use of H-1B Visas Falls 75% in ’02
The Mercury News | 18 September 2003

Congress Reviews Foreign Worker Visa Programs
eWEEK | 17 September 2003

Hatch Says Foreigners Didn’t Take U.S. Jobs
Deseret Morning News | 17 September 2003

Pairing a Foreign Guest List
Washington Post | 17 September 2003

Chambliss Bill Targets Visa Loophole
Atlanta Constitution | 17 September 2003

Unresolved H-1B Issue Tempers Modest Economy
Electronic Design Magazine | 15 September 2003

As More Jobs Move Overseas, Engineers Wonder What’s Next
Engineering Times | August/September 2003

Foreign Worker Visas Waning
The Rocky Mountain News | 2 September 2003

Hi-tech visa limit to expire
Arizona Business Gazette | 2 September 2003

Backlash: Offshore Outsourcing – The Politics
CIO Magazine | 1 September 2003

The Visa War
CIO Magazine | 1 September 2003

Foreign Worker Visas Waning
Austin American-Statesman | 30 August 2003

Specter of Unemployment Hangs Over EEs
EE Times | 28 August 2003

Outsourcing Causes Jitters: Is My Job Next?
EE Times | 27 August 2003

Guest Opinion: Can you compete with an $800-a-month engineer?
Puget Sound Business Journal | August 2003

We’ve got to use our brains more than our brawn
Toronto Star | 23 August 2003

Offshore IT Weakens U.S.
eWEEK | 18 August 2003

Getting Unplugged Sheds Light On What Is Wired These Days
The Wall Street Journal | 18 August 2003

Outage a ‘wake-up’ call for system modernization
The Washington Times | 16 August 2003

Foreigners filling U.S. Tech Jobs
Cincinnati Enquirer | 11 August 2003

More Companies Are Exporting Computer Jobs
Omaha World-Herald | 11 August 2003

Jobs Go Global
Newsweek Web Exclusive | 03 August 2003

After H-1B, Now L-1 Visas Draw Flak in U.S.
HindustanTimes.com | 29 July 2003

Companies Abusing Visa Program, Replacing U.S. Workers, Critics Say
The Oregonian | 28 July 2003

Outsourcing Row Gets Hotter, Wider
The Economic Times | 28 July 2003

Outsourcing Services Put Chip Designers on Edge
EE Times | 25 July 2003

Visas and Outsourcing
Structural Engineer Magazine | July 2003 issue

Free Trade Costs Thousands of Jobs
Chicago Sun-Times | 19 July 2003

Are strike-it-rich stock options facing extinction?
CNET News.com | 14 July 2003

NASA Checks Mars Math
Richmond Times-Dispatch | 11 July 2003

NASA Hasn’t Gone Metric
Richmond Times-Dispatch | 05 July 2003

Displacing Americans
WorldNetDaily.com | 02 July 2003

Congress upset as white-collar work exits U.S.
American City Business Journals (bizjournals) | 30 June 2003

‘Good’ Jobs Can Fall to New Economy
The Washington Times | 20 June 2003

Controversy surrounds employees on L-1 visas
The Dallas Morning News | 18 June 2003

Skilled Workers — or Indentured Servants? As jobs dry up, abuse of power over visas is on the rise
Business Week | 10 June 2003

Techies see jobs go overseas
San Francisco Chronicle | 2  June 2003

Visa’s Use Provokes Opposition by Techies, L-1 Regarded as Threat to Workers
San Francisco Chronicle | 25 May 2003

Exporting America (CNN transcript) Lou Dobbs Moneyline
22 May 2003, 6 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., 26 May 2003
CNN’s Lou Dobbs Moneyline recently featured an interview with IEEE-USA Research & Development Policy Committee Chair Ron Hira, in which he discussed H-1B, L-1 and offshore outsourcing issues. (Read the transcript)

H-1B Visas Cost American Jobs
The Washington Times | 10 May 2003

Finding the Perfect Fit
The Institute | 07 May 2003

High-tech Hardships
KENS 5 and San Antonio Express-News | 04 May 2003

Visa Numbers Could Lose Global Appeal
TBO.com News | 03 May 2003

IT Unemployment on the Rise
eWeek | 29 April 2003

A Snug Fit, But for How Long?
The Hindu Business Line | 16 April 2003

H-1B Debate Flares as EE Jobless Rate Hits 7%
EETimes | 14 April 2003

Closer Look: Foreign Workers Caught in Security Net
EBN | 31 March 2003

IEEE-USA Presses Congress on Visa Curbs
EETimes | 26 March 2003

Grass Looks Greener, But Welcome Cools
The Christian Science Monitor | 20 March 2003

Former IEEE-USA President Joins H-1B Protest
EE Times | 13 February 2003

IEEE Wants Congress to Re-Examine DMCA
Slashdot.com | 11 February 2003

H-1B Visas Questioned
Tampa Bay Business Journal | 10 February 2003

Hiring Hubbub
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram | 10 February 2003

IEEE-USA asks for rollback of H-1B visa quotas
EE Times | 9 February 2003

New IEEE-USA chief steps into the breach
EE Times | 29 January 2003

H-1B Visa Awards Drop in 2002
Computerworld | 28 January 2003

Boeing Technical Fellow Becomes IEEE-USA President
Live Power News |15 January 2003

A Short Circuit for U.S. Engineering Careers
The Christian Science Monitor | 26 December 2002

Shift of Tech Jobs Abroad Speeding Up, Report Says
Boston Globe | 25 December 2002

UW Professor to Head National Engineering Organization
Billings Gazette | 07 December 2002

Industry Praises Passage of Bill to Boost NSF Funding
EE Times | 03 December 2002

Work Visa’s Success Fuels Resentment
Richmond Times-Dispatch | 01 December 2002

Internet With the Speed of Light (36 Kb PDF)
Legal Times | 18 November 2002

Unemployed EEs Retool To Survive
EE Times | 22 October 2002

Slowdown Sending Tech Jobs Overseas
San Jose Mercury-News | 21 October 2002

Data Indicate Engineers May Be a Disappearing Breed
Industry Week | 16 October 2002

Work Force Summit Could Miss Key Labor Issues, Critics Say
EE Times | 16 October 2002

Fewer Engineers Unemployed, But Total Number of Jobs Shrinks
Silicon Strategies/EETimes | 15 October 2002

Foreign Workers Continue to Join the U.S. Workforce
The Wall Street Journal Online | 02 October 2002

Product Development Stunted — Cancellations, Cutbacks Beset EE Workplaces
EE Times | 26 September 2002

Feds to Study H-1B Program’s Impact on IT Hiring, Retention
Computerworld | 16 September 2002

Economy and Job Market in Silicon Valley (CNN transcript)
NEXT@CNN
CNN | 14 September 2002
NEXT@CNN, CNN’s weekly magazine on the latest innovations in science, technology, environment, space, and computers, recently ran a 4-minute piece on the H-1B program which displayed LeEarl Bryant’s July engineering unemployment letter to Congress on IEEE-USA letterhead.

GAO To Study Impact of H-1B Program on Hiring
Computerworld | 11 September 2002

Congress May Bear Brunt of H-1B Anger
Computerworld | 19 August 2002

U.S. Workers Say Number of Visas for Tech Jobs
Cox Newspapers | 18 August 2002

Engineers take cost-cutting hits at IBM, Agere, Flextronics
EE Times | 15 August 2002

Unemployment Rise Has Engineers Worried
The Nashville City Paper | 13 August 2002

Number of H-1B Visas Issued Has Fallen By Half
The San Jose Mercury News | 10 August 2002

The Great Java Jobs Debate @ SYS-CON Continues… and Spreads Net-wide
Java Developer’s Journal | Posted on 2 August 2002

235,000 Software Engineers Can’t Be Wrong, Right?
Slashdot.com | Posted on 25 July 2002

Congress Asked to Review IT Field: Engineer Group Upset Over H-1B Visas, Job Losses
The Boston Globe | 23 July 2002