Women in Engineering – Book 18:
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Follow Roxsana Hadjizadeh’s fascinating journey from her childhood in Iran to the United States in 1976, where she begin her engineering education at SIU.

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From 1 August through 15 September, IEEE members can download a free copy of the Developing Your Path by adding it to your cart and using promo code AUGFREE18 at checkout.

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Engineering Coloring
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Now, engineers have a coloring book created especially for them. Engineering Coloring Book for Adults is a stimulating, yet mentally relaxing, collection of 25, full-page designs.

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Consulting for Geeks

Thinking about consulting, but not sure where to start? Already consulting, but need some advice? Maybe this e-book can help. The focus here is on how to become a small, independent consultant.

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Like crossword puzzles? IEEE-USA E-BOOKS has created a crossword puzzle e-book just for you on the engineering profession. Twenty-five puzzles in one e-book for the low member price of $2.99!

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IEEE members may download a free audio version of Staying Sharp – Volume 2: Tips for Staying Sharp Outside Your Company by right-clicking on the audio (MP3) link below and saving the file to a folder on your device.
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In Women in Engineering – Book 17: Reinventing Myself – Inspiration, Perspiration and Innovation, Geetika Tandon shares the aspects of her life that shaped the road she has traveled, and the person she has become.
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Women in Engineering Book 4

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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.

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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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