What factors set career expectations and drive job satisfaction for engineers? In 2017, the National Science Foundation surveyed 9,348 engineers from various disciplines on what aspects of engineering jobs they rated as most important. Their […]
Because of recent changes to state and local requirements that further reduce capacity for groups and events, NCEES has been required to cancel some existing exam registrations including the PE Electrical and Computer: Power exam.
In response to […]
It’s always been true that colleagues gripe and grouse to each other about work. They grumble about assignments, managers, deadlines, standards, quality, clients, and process. They complain about not knowing what’s going on, and about […]
On 1 May 2020, the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) published a white paper titled “Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry’s First Response to COVID-19,” sharing inputs, experiences and best practices from utilities […]
An anthology of the four IEEE-USA Women in Engineering E-books published in 2018 and early 2019 is now available — a meaningful gift choice for any girl or young woman aspiring to become an engineer. For that matter, almost any technology […]
James Mercier describes himself as “a master electrician by trade, a civil engineer by diploma, and both an electrical and a civil engineer by practice.”
But in the 2,800-member Central Texas Section (CTS), this IEEE Life Senior Member […]
Richard Toftness has only one regret about the precedent-setting IEEE Presidents Forum that he championed and led in 2018: His good friend John Meredith didn’t live to see it.
“I like to try out my ideas with people I trust, and John had […]
IEEE Life Senior Member Terry Malkinson and his colleague Jacqueline Terlaan provide an international perspective as they share a vision of the "new normal" post COVID-19, and an assessment of some of the uncertainties related to employment, […]
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