JOANNA GOODRICH

Assistant Editor,

Joanna (nee Zbozien) Goodrich is the assistant editor of The Institute. She reports on the work and accomplishments of IEEE members and covers IEEE and technology-related events.    Joanna has a bachelor's degree in communications and women and gender studies as well as a master's degree in health communications from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, NJ.

Recent Work

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Rufus Chavez Shares His Experiences Working on Project Mercury

22 March 2019
The life member had the opportunity to work with astronaut Alan Shepard

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IEEE Edison Medal Goes to Fellow Ursula Keller

11 March 2019
She has made several groundbreaking innovations to compact ultrafast lasers

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MRI Pioneer to Receive IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology

28 February 2019
Kamil Ugurbil helped revolutionize the field

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IEEE Commemorates Anniversary of Human Space Travel

27 February 2019
Many members are sharing first-hand stories from behind the scenes

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Why Are Protesters Physically Attacking Waymo’s Driverless Taxis?

6 February 2019
The death of a pedestrian by an Uber self-driving car is spurring questions about the safety of these vehicles

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Student Member Designs a Heated Jacket to Help Breast Cancer Patients

29 January 2019
The Care Coat could help relieve chronic pain caused by a mastectomy

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Teresa Huai-Ying Meng Is First Female Recipient of IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal

22 January 2019
The Fellow is being recognized for contributions to wireless semiconductor technology

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Four Commercial Uses of Smart Garments

21 January 2019
Bose, New Balance, and others are making clothing and accessories that can help improve our lives

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Amy LaViers, a Mechanical Engineer Working in the Arts

14 January 2019
How she’s using her STEAM education to help improve robots used by DARPA

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Mario Milicevic to Receive First IEEE Outstanding Young Professional Award

4 January 2019
He was recognized for contributions to error correction, quantum cryptography, and education