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IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine
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ISSN (Print) 1942-065X
Published by IEEE Homepage  [228 journals]
  • WIE Awards

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      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • Advertise with WIE

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  • Champions of Change [Letter From the Editor]

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      Authors: Karen Panetta;
      Pages: 2 - 3
      Abstract: Many young people join IEEE and IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) because they are told it will be good for their career advancement and will offer them great networking opportunities. Although this may be the hook that attracts them to join as students, it is the impactful experiences they participate in that keep them engaged as members long after they have earned their first degree.
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  • 2023 IEEE Women in Engineering Committee

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  • What to Do About the Dismal Statistics of Women in IEEE [Letter to the
           Editor]

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      Authors: John Vig;
      Pages: 5 - 5
      Abstract: This letter was received in response to the editorial from the December 2022 issue of IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine from Past IEEE President Jon Vig.
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  • IEEE Women in Engineering

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  • Dr. Rabab K. Ward: An Educator’s Educator [Women to Watch]

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 6 - 9
      Abstract: When Dr. Rabab K. Ward stepped into her role as vice president of Educational Activities (EA) on the IEEE’s Board of Directors at the start of this year, she brought with her decades of relevant experience. Currently professor emeritus in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada, Ward has served as IEEE director for Division 1X, president of the IEEE Signal Processing Society, and held multiple leadership roles with the Technical Activities Board (TAB) related to education, including chair of the TAB Ad-Hoc Committee on Africa and Education, chair of the Education Subcommittee in IEEE Humanitarian Committee, and member of the TAB/EAB Ad-Hoc Committee on Continuing Education Development.
      PubDate: MON, 30 OCT 2023 09:20:45 -04
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  • Kit August: An Artist Gone Engineering [Women to Watch]

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 10 - 13
      Abstract: Katherine (Kit) August calls herself “an artist gone engineering,” and she is looking to recruit. Trained in communications design yet having spent the bulk of her career in laboratories and research institutes, August has always moved seamlessly between the creative and analytical sides of her skill set. When asked how others can recognize an aptitude for being both left- and right-brained, she jokes, “I try to remind people to bring their entire brain everywhere they go.”
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  • Embracing Sustainability: Burnett Lives Her Truth [Women to Watch]

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 13 - 16
      Abstract: “I feel like every opportunity is an opportunity to change somebody’s life for the better.” That is the philosophy that guides Brandi Burnett of Northrop Grumman, and it is the approach she took when deciding the topic for her presentation at the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) Student Leadership Conference (SLC) in October 2022. She opted to speak about sustainability, an area that matters deeply to this generation of students as well as to her personally.
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  • IEEE Member Discounts

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  • Join WIE

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  • Pía Torres: Helping others forge their paths

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 18 - 21
      Abstract: Pía Torres is a role model in every sense of the word. The electronics engineer, teacher, founder, certified project manager and scrum master, and previous IEEE Women in Engineering Inspiring Member Award recipient has seen more than her fair share of obstacles, but not only did she never give up, Torres has worked to create opportunities for others so that they don’t struggle in the ways she did. And she is just getting started.
      PubDate: TUE, 31 OCT 2023 09:17:32 -04
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  • Brooke Teller: Bringing science to our youngest students

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      Authors: Katianne Williams;
      Pages: 22 - 25
      Abstract: If methane were personified as a villain, what would it look like' Maybe a sinister figure, manipulative and cunning, with a malicious charm, able to stay invisible and undetectable' Perhaps there’d be an entire origin story, an arch nemesis, and an evil agenda. It’s the kind of project a student could really get into.
      PubDate: TUE, 31 OCT 2023 09:17:32 -04
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  • At Your Cervix: A’magine and Renée Bergan

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      Authors: Katianne Williams;
      Pages: 26 - 29
      Abstract: In 2005, sexuality educator A’magine was traveling throughout New York with four other gynecological teaching associates (GTAs), each using their own bodies to teach those training in the medical field how to perform breast and pelvic exams. The work of GTAs, unknown to many outside of the medical sphere, is a very intimate transactional experience that provides future doctors, nurses, and physician assistants the ability to practice their clinical skills while receiving critical feedback from a responsive professional. A’magine knew that the work they were doing would make a compelling documentary, and so she assembled a team.
      PubDate: TUE, 31 OCT 2023 09:17:32 -04
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  • Loderay Bracero Marrero: Creating Her Own Opportunities [IEEE Foundation
           Program Stories]

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 30 - 33
      Abstract: There’s the expression “when one door closes, another opens” (attributed to Alexander Graham Bell!) and also the one about looking for a window instead, both meant to signify that the next opportunity is right around the corner. For Loderay Bracero Marrero, the expression might as well be, “When you see a door, open it.” The Ph.D., IEEE volunteer, and interdisciplinary climate change researcher has not been shy about asking for a chance when she sees an opportunity, a tactic that has helped further her studies, her career, and her community—because that same initiative connected her to an impactful role as a volunteer with IEEE’s MOVE program.
      PubDate: MON, 30 OCT 2023 09:20:45 -04
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • Sound Detection Systems: Supporting Seniors With Hearing Loss [IEEE
           Foundation Program Stories]

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      Authors: Patton Hunnicutt;
      Pages: 33 - 36
      Abstract: As we aim to hear more from women in engineering, to give them a louder voice in the field, and offer them a brighter, clearer platform, IEEE is making an investment in women, students, and those hoping to join the field. IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is building a cohort of experts who are educating and mentoring the future of the industry, students who are eager to learn, help others, and gain meaningful experiences that will stick with them for a lifetime.
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  • Manga contest

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      Authors: Lin Cai;Jenifer Castillo;Takako Hashimoto;
      Pages: 36 - 36
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  • Career Pathways in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision for Women
           in Industry and Academia: Turning the Tide [Career Advisor]

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      Authors: Wahyu Rahmaniar;
      Pages: 37 - 40
      Abstract: My journey of discovery and innovation in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer vision (CV) began with a background rooted in electronics and robotics. Several years of experience in industry and academia have provided many insights into the enormous potential and exciting possibilities this field holds. I got my Ph.D. degree focusing on AI and CV, where I dive into groundbreaking projects that showcase the transformative power of these technologies.
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  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology Thriving Stars: Elevating support
           for diverse candidates [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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      Authors: Leslie Zucker;
      Pages: 41 - 44
      Abstract: When Asu Ozdaglar, head of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Leslie Kolodziejski, professor and graduate officer at EECS, launched the Thriving Stars initiative, it was an ambitious, optimistic idea, meant to increase gender representation and inclusivity among the department’s graduate students. Although the “Thriving” in the name refers to the students themselves, the program itself could be considered to be, well, thriving, with impressive results after just a short while.
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  • IEEE Feedback

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  • Women Empowerment Gemstone Project—Zambia: Vision Accomplished [WIE
           From Around the World]

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      Authors: Kanekwa Kachinga;
      Pages: 45 - 47
      Abstract: Women empowerment continues to be on the agenda for many governments, international organizations, and nongovernment organizations as well as being the fifth Sustainable Development Goal, indicating the importance of equality and equity.
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  • Retaining Women in Academics: Education Efforts [WIE From Around the
           World]

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      Authors: Iti Chaturvedi;
      Pages: 47 - 48
      Abstract: Diversity is essential for problem solving in engineering as it yields better solutions and new ideas. However, including women in this field has encountered several challenges. Early childhood is a critical window when girls form ideas about what they can do. For this reason, it is necessary to educate parents on the potential opportunities for women in engineering. Similarly, teachers must nurture an interest in girls during primary school. For example, girls in science classrooms often ask few questions and do not participate in classroom discussions. Teachers need to create a learning environment where girls feel a sense of belonging. Only 14% of professors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department are female. The MIT Women’s Technology Program is a summer internship that introduces high school female students to team-based projects.
      PubDate: FRI, 27 OCT 2023 09:17:43 -04
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2023)
       
 
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