While I have never been known for taking the path of least resistance, little did I know that the launch date for my vlog would occur during a pandemic, making it a path with a whole lot of unanticipated resistance. But when #quarantinelife gives […]
Ellie Petro is a consultant with Centric Consulting specializing in Adoption & Organizational Change Management, with a keen interest in the people side of change. She also runs résumé workshops and job hunt coaching services, […]
I have joined forces with Manar Abbas to bring you this week’s article. Manar is a digital strategist in AdTech, leading innovative data-driven solutions at MiQ. Her personal story of immigrating to Canada at a young age catalyzed […]
The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of IEEE-USA or IEEE.
By the time Texas Instruments’ Jack Kilby and Fairchild Semiconductor’s Robert Noyce invented the integrated chip in the late […]
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 above: Hanna speaking at LEADx Change in July 2019 in Tbilisi, Georgia, to next gen leaders on the subject of AI Governance, policy and national strategies.
When longtime IEEE volunteer and leader John W. Meredith died in 2018, colleagues […]
Much has been written about the thin silver linings surrounding the ghastly cloud of coronavirus that now engulfs our planet, our economies, our communities and friends. Staggering reductions in air pollution visible from space show us a glimpse of […]
Here are two things Pamela Cosman wants you to know: More girls need to pursue STEM careers; and the reason more young women are not becoming engineers or physicists has everything to do with society giving them the wrong message.
Cosman, who is a […]
Pictured above: Grace Murray Hopper in 1984, when serving as a U.S. Navy commodore. Source: U.S. Navy
How could a person who weighed only 105 pounds become a rear admiral in the U.S. Navy? Oh, and by the way, she was a Fellow of the IEEE and a […]
It is approaching two months of sheltering-in-place here in California. I haven’t been travelling outside of my local area for about that time as well. A big outing for the week is going to stand in line (about six feet between […]
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