I am thrilled to introduce you to my very first guest blogger, Carmen Fontana. Carmen works as a practice lead for Centric Consulting in the field of cloud and emerging tech. She is also a prolific speaker, covering topics like artificial […]
When your six-year-old is first learning to ride a two-wheeler, you pay close attention to her progress. You track every wobble. When she starts to go over, you swoop in and catch her. You’re able to do that because you’ve been paying […]
Conference calls and web meetings—virtual meetings—are a constant of modern work. And while many of us have become security-conscious in our online interactions, virtual meeting security is often an afterthought, at most. Who […]
The following is excerpted from the National Science Board’s recent report on “The Skilled Workforce,” which highlights the increasing importance of STEM-related skills for the broader U.S. workforce:
To grow our nation’s […]
The White House released its FY 2021 budget proposal to Congress on 10 Feb., including a proposed $142.2 billion investment in Federal research and development. The President’s budget places a high priority on funding artificial intelligence […]
Pictured: Senator Maria Cantwell (Wash.) and 2019 IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow Ethan Keeler.
As an IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow, I worked in the office of Senator Maria Cantwell (Washington State) and for the Committee on Commerce, Science, and […]
Like most of you, I am staying at home with my family. I am working remotely on various projects, although it looks like business is slowing down for me, as for many folks. Most IEEE local meetings, and conferences in general, are being cancelled or […]
Each year, IEEE-USA canvasses U.S. IEEE members to prepare our annual salary and benefits reports, which enable technology professionals to compare their compensation, benefits and job satisfaction to that of their colleagues across the country. […]
Pictured: Nicole Harris, high school History teacher, Bronx, NY, is amazed with all the resources found within the IEEE REACH Program.
In recent years, the U.S. Department of Education recognized the importance of technology and engineering literacy […]
Move over, Thor!
Skedaddle, Spider-Woman! And take your psionic energy with you!
There’s a new duo of superheroes in town, ready to battle the Forces of Evil, and they come from a long line of geniuses – one of them, quite […]
Pictured above: Josephine Rachiele holding the poster created in 2018 with her own image replacing the original, and on the right, her Republic Aviation ID badge.
[caption id="attachment_7964" align="alignright" width="200"] Artist J. Howard […]
Career & Technology Policy Issues for Techies