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New Initiative Offers Three Popular Engineering Textbooks for Free

Tomes cover circuits, signals and systems, and image processing

14 December 2018
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Five Ways Your Teen Could Benefit from Attending the TryEngineering Summer Institute

11 December 2018
Registration is open for the STEM camp for high school students

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Remembering Lyle Wilcox, Pioneer in Advancing Engineering Education

30 November 2018
This Life Senior Member worked to increase the number of female and minority students in engineering programs

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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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IEEE Center for Leadership Excellence Gets Volunteers and Members up to Speed

7 November 2018
The little-known training resources site is for volunteers, conference organizers, and those who want to know more about IEEE

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New Scholarship Honors Pioneering Engineer Frances B. Hugle

15 October 2018
Application deadline is 4 November for the IEEE Women in Engineering offering

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IEEE Works With Vietnam to Advance Its STEAM Curriculum

12 October 2018
Smart Village program partners with ON Semiconductor and Nam Can Tho University

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TryEngineering Summer Camps Empower Engineers of the Future

11 September 2018
Students worked on such hands-on projects as creating smart cars and building bridges out of spaghetti

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Why Schools Are Getting More Serious About Teaching Engineering Students About Ethics

5 September 2018
Harvard, MIT, and Stanford say it’s more important than ever to recognize the ramifications of AI technology

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Engineering Medical School Programs Launch to Spur Health Care Innovations

18 July 2018
University of Illinois and Texas A&M asking students to prototype ideas to improve medical devices