IEEE $1 Million Challenge Call for Proposals! Deadline: 1 August 2019
Ideas are bigger today—and they should be. Technology is progressing faster than ever before. IEEE members have always created advancements that allow us to keep up with the changing world. The IEEE New Initiatives Committee (NIC) is looking for your help with the next big idea.
IEEE-USA's May Free Audio Book for Members: Rewarding Your Employees in Tight Economic Times--Volume 1: Some Basic Techniques
IEEE-USA's May Free Audio Book for Members Offers Tips for Rewarding Star Employees--on a Budget
What will you do to help important people in your company stay the course?
In the business world, it is not always possible to reward your key and special employees with raises or monetary gains in the conventional sense. However, it is possible to reward them in other ways that will keep them motivated and on-point--all of which keeps those valuable employees in your company--and/or your department.
Call for Nominations: IEEE Technical Field Awards, Herz Staff Award, and Medals & Recognitions
Nominations are due 15 January annually for the IEEE Technical Field Awards (TFA) and the IEEE Eric Herz Outstanding Staff Member Award and 15 June annually for IEEE Medals and Recognitions. IEEE TFAs are awarded for contributions to or leadership in a specific field of interest of the IEEE. IEEE Medals and Recognitions are the highest awards that the IEEE presents on behalf of the IEEE Board of Directors. IEEE Medals embrace significant and broad IEEE interests and purposes.
Global Launch of Ethically Aligned Design, First Edition
Ethically Aligned Design, First Edition: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Well-being with Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (EAD1e), will be launched and publicly available on 25 March 2019. In recognition of this milestone, IEEE will host a global webinar to announce the availability of this seminal publication and to provide brief perspectives on the work and its use. The webinar takes place March 25, 9:00am eastern and registration is available via http://bit.ly/2O0v29y
Transition to IEEE Conference Analytics Concludes on 31 March
OBIEE for Conferences Retiring
Late last year, IEEE launched IEEE Conference Analytics, a business intelligence tool delivered via the Tableau online platform to provide reports and visualizations of key operational information. As a part of the transition to this new tool, IEEE will be retiring it's predecessor, OBIEE for Conferences.
IEEE Policies - Section 10 Revisions
The IEEE Board of Directors approved the following revisions to IEEE Policies - Section 10 at its 2018 October meeting. These revisions reflect the best practices and current operations of IEEE Meetings, Conferences & Events (MCE), particularly where policy may have fallen out of sync with current practices. Aligning these operations with practice will lay the groundwork to focus on areas of risk rather than administrative rules and start the process for shifting resources to create better support of our control environment.
2019 IEEE Medals & Recognitions
2019 IEEE Medals & Recognitions to Be Presented at 2019 IEEE VIC Summit & Honors Ceremony
The 2019 IEEE Medals and Recognitions, the highest awards given by IEEE on behalf of the IEEE Board of Directors, will be presented to 26 recipients at the 2019 IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit (VIC Summit) & Honors Ceremonytake place on 17 May at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Calif., USA.
IEEE-USA's New, Free November Audio Book for Members
IEEE-USA's November New, Free Audio Book Encourages Young Children to Explore, Be Curious and Be Creative
IEEE-USA’s November new, free audio book for members, Abigail and The Fish Tree, by Sonali Ranaweera, relates the story of a young girl who uses her curiosity and creativity to produce a gardening wonder.
IEEE-USA E-BOOKS’ youngest published author, Ranaweera believes we must all encourage young children to think outside the box, and expand their imaginations. Now 17, she was only 11 when she created the story.