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May 12 | John Platt

Aerospace Engineering Careers Still Flying High

Despite some uncertainty — and slower growth than other engineering fields — careers in aerospace remain strong and the need for new employees continues to grow.

May 12 | Debra Feldman

Telling Secrets of the Hidden Job Market

While networking may not be the easiest or most comfortable way to job hunt, the tight job market demands extraordinary efforts. And the results of networking purposefully are undeniable. Here's how you can get started building your own network.

May 12 | IEEE-USA Staff

Girls Encouraged to Pursue STEM Careers

In April, the White House hosted a special event to encourage the next generation of women in STEM, which featured a panel of some of America’s top women in science and engineering, and premiered the new video, Girls in STEM.

May 12 | Donald Christiansen

Backscatter: Not My Type

In an attempt to mimic web designers and their penchant for brightly colored and reversed out text, are print designers sacrificing readability and, possibly, losing readers? Don Christiansen muses on design trends in some of today's most popular print periodicals.

May 12 | David L. Whitman, Ph.D., P.E.

Developing New Specifications for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam

The specifications for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) will change in January 2014 in concert with NCEES’s plans to move the exam from paper and pencil to computer-based testing (CBT). Learn about process by which the new specification were developed.

May 12 | Chris Brantley

Engineering Leaders to Convene to Discuss Future of U.S. Engineering

In April, the National Academy of Engineering, joined by Lockheed Martin and the Council on Competitiveness, announced the inaugural National Engineering Forum (NEF), which will challenges leaders of the engineering community to “address the precarious state of U.S. engineering — in terms of its capacity, capability and competitiveness.”

May 12 | Patrick E. Meyer, Ph.D.

Fourth IEEE Green Technologies Conference

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May 12 | David Boundy

Comments Sought on Existing USPTO Regulations and Patent Application Paperwork Burden

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) recently requested comments on the paperwork that applicants submit during post-filing, pre-allowance patent prosecution. This is a highly significant opportunity to seek reform of problematic PTO regulations — one that only comes once every three years.

May 12 | IEEE-USA Staff

Tech News Digest

A roundup of news and notable developments in electrical engineering and computer or information technology.

May 12 | Terrance Malkinson

World Bytes: Animal Wildlife Crossings

 

May 12 | Alexander B. Magoun, Ph.D.

Your Engineering Heritage: Titanic, Wireless Communications, and the Popular Delusions of Mass Media

 


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