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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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

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IEEE Medal of Honor Goes to Kurt Petersen

2 January 2019
The Life Fellow is a pioneer in advancing microelectromechanical systems technology

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Ring Armature for DC Dynamos Honored With an IEEE Milestone

19 December 2018
The small device paved the way for more practical and reliable electrical machines

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IEEE Mars Space Colony Game Teaches Technical Standards

28 November 2018
Budding engineers will gain a better understanding of the process for developing standards for electric cars

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The MRI and the French Transatlantic Telegraph Cable of 1898 Honored With IEEE Milestones

16 November 2018
The technologies changed medical diagnosis and communications

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Remembering Earl Bakken, Inventor of the First Wearable, Battery-Powered Pacemaker

5 November 2018
The IEEE Life Fellow co-founded the medical device company, Medtronic

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IEEE Student Branches Receive Marketing Makeover

24 October 2018
New materials include banners, fliers, and bumper stickers