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Two IEEE Young Professionals Partnered to Write a Book About Their Travels

Living Globalized describes how to live the lifestyle of a ‘global citizen’

18 January 2019
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U.S. Judge Rules Mats Järlström’s First Amendment Rights Were Infringed

16 January 2019
He and others in Oregon who refer to themselves as engineers are not breaking the law

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We Need to Support Our LGBT Community

11 January 2019
Talented colleagues are hiding under an invisibility cloak

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The Institute’s 10 Most Popular Articles of 2018

9 January 2019
What to wear at a job interview and blockchain were among the hot topics

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Why Isn't There a Nobel Prize Equivalent for Electrical Engineering Yet?

3 January 2019
Should IEEE’s Medal of Honor and the IET Faraday Medal be considered as the field’s highest achievements?

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Why IEEE’s TryEngineering Together E-Mentoring Program Is So Important

24 December 2018
Students learn about technical awareness and literacy from industry professionals

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IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu Alumna Helps Develop Educational Materials for STEAM Camp in Lesotho, Africa

21 December 2018
Teachers and students attended the U.S. Peace Corps program

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Should Research Papers Mention Potential Negative Effects of New AI Technologies?

13 December 2018
Future of Computing Academy members want any downsides to be clear

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Volunteers Come Together to Help Survivors of Floods in Kerala, India

19 November 2018
IEEE section created a Web portal and built power banks and LED lamps

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Would You Quit a Tech Project Over Ethical Concerns?

2 November 2018
Engineers at Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are demanding the companies put ethics before profits

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