They’re back! The Tesla Twins — that dynamic superhero duo who delighted IEEE-USA members last year with their battles against the Forces of Evil — are here ag
The Tesla Twins – Rescue at the Speed of Light


This new educational activities series deals with topics of timely interest. Teachers can use the activities contained within for developing lesson ...
Engineering Activities for the Classroom - Vol. 1: Telecommunications and Computers


Author Shelly Born explores why she chose to study Engineering; how she became an engineer; and how she overcame adversity along the pathways of both her career and personal life’s journeys.
Women in Engineering - Book 24: New Experiences


This last e-book in IEEE-USA’s Critical Thinking Skills series engages with ten key approaches to problem solving.
Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers - Book 5: On Problem Solving


This book covers practical and successful strategies you can take in the very early stages of the career transitioning process.
Career Transitioning 101 - Book 1: First Steps


This book lays out the author’s process of what you should do to take an early idea, and transform it into a product. Learning and research are the key ingredients.
Idea to Product - A Research Pathway for Students



There’s a new duo of superheroes in town – the Slate Twins, Nick and Tess – and they're ready to battle the Forces of Evil. IEEE-USA has published its first digital comic book, featuring electrical engineering heroes!

The Slate Twins: Caught in the Currents


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Flagship Publication: IEEE-USA InSight

Are you reading our flagship publication, IEEE-USA InSight? IEEE-USA InSight replaced Today's Engineer in 2015, but not everyone knows that this is the best place to find timely and useful articles on careers and public policy, as well as all the latest happenings at IEEE-USA.

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IEEE-USA e-Books

IEEE-USA E-Books offer a convenient way to brush up on career and policy issues. Choose from titles in a number of categories, including: careers, public policy, financial planning, innovation and more. Some titles are available as free member downloads, and most are available at heavily discounted member rates. Visit our shop for the full catalog. More information about our e-books program can be found here.

Staff Contact: Georgia C. Stelluto - g.stelluto@ieee.org

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IEEE-USA's TwitterFacebookInstagramSnapchat and LinkedIn profiles allow U.S. IEEE members to follow the organization's activities and stay apprised of news and events impacting their careers and the profession.

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Promotional Video: 'Putting the I in IEEE-USA'

IEEE-USA has been striving for more than 40 years to support the professional interests of U.S. IEEE members. How we do that is captured in a video, "Putting the I in IEEE-USA," where you will find the "I" in IEEE-USA is all about you.

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