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


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