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Mats Järlström: I Am an Engineer

Oregon’s engineering board admits that it violated my First Amendment rights

22 June 2017
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Most Developers Fail to Design Websites Accessible to People With Disabilities

21 June 2017
The founder of accessibility firm Deque Systems shares tips to make sites easier to use

Four Steps to Rewiring Your Brain to Get Ahead in Your Career

13 June 2017
Nectar Consulting CEO covers the neuroscience of success at the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference

Does Having a License Make You an Engineer?

8 June 2017
In Oregon, a consultant was fined for claiming he has expertise

Women Engineers: Be Your Authentic Self to Get Ahead in Your Career

5 June 2017
A lesson learned from this year’s IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference

New Zealand to Implement a Points-Based System to Increase Its Tech Talent

26 May 2017
Recent changes to its work visa policies aim to boost the economy

How IEEE Will Leverage Entrepreneurship to Engage Young Professionals

23 May 2017
A new program would provide training and financial support for startups

Do You Think the H-1B Visa Cap Is ‘Stupid’?

19 May 2017
Alphabet’s executive chair Eric Schmidt thinks it is

Why Ethics Should Be Embedded Into AI Systems

17 May 2017
In this video, expert discusses the importance of building machines to act morally

The Whistle-Blowers Who Exposed Water Quality Problems and Defective Ship Designs

17 May 2017
These engineers’ courage led to reforms in Flint and the U.S. Coast Guard