IEEE Member Benefit: Free August IEEE-USA eBook
a special benefit to IEEE members, IEEE-USA provides
members with one complimentary eBook each month.
This month, members can download at no charge
Work-Life Balance, Book 2.
To download your free eBook, go to the
IEEE-USA Shop, sign in with your IEEE Web account, add the book to your cart and use promo code
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New Flagship Publication:
IEEE-USA is pleased to announce the premiere of our new flagship publication,
IEEE-USA InSight. Today's launch includes stories on the portrayal of engineering and technology in pop culture, STEM role models for girls and young women and why IEEE-USA President Jim Jefferies thinks this is a great time to be a U.S. IEEE member.
Fox 5 News Takes a Look at Discover Engineering Family
this video, Fox 5 News reporter Holly Morris
discusses the important contributions of
African-American engineers with Sam Wilson, one of the
Engineering Family Day. She also speaks with
IEEE-USA's own Chris McManes about Smart Grid
technologies, aided by his eldest daughter, Kasey.
Promotional Video: ‘Putting the I in IEEE-USA’
IEEE-USA has been
striving for more than 40 years to support the professional
interests of U.S. IEEE members. How we do that is
captured in a video, "Putting the I in IEEE-USA,"
where you will find the "I" in IEEE-USA is all about
Follow IEEE-USA on Social Networking Sites
IEEE-USA has Twitter,
Facebook pages to help U.S. IEEE members follow
the organization's activities and stay apprised of news and events impacting their careers and the profession.
IEEE-USA's communication programs strive to
keep U.S. IEEE members and others informed of the
organization's products, accomplishments and services, and to raise awareness of trends and issues affecting technology
IEEE-USA communicates news and feature stories to IEEE members and the general public through its primary online
publication IEEE-USA InSight and the monthly IEEE-USA InSight Email Update.
IEEE-USA promotes its board-approved position statements through the media and coordinates interviews with IEEE-USA spokespeople. Its goal is to promote the interests of U.S. IEEE members, the profession and STEM careers and education. IEEE-USA
volunteers and staff have been quoted in such publications
as The New York Times, Computerworld, Design News, the Wall Street
Journal and The Washington Post; and
appeared on TV channels such as CNN, FOX 5 and CBS.
Public Awareness, Outreach
IEEE-USA communicates to the public how U.S.
IEEE members and technical professionals are creative problem-solvers who improve
our quality of life, as well as promote
diversity and ethical behavior in the
profession. Among the programs IEEE-USA participates in is the AAAS Science & Engineering Mass
Media Fellows program, Engineers Week (EWeek) and the USA Science & Engineering Festival & Expo.
Georgia C. Stelluto,
Updated: 26 February 2015