News Category: Donor Impact

John Luce

Leaving a Legacy for Future Generations

John LuceMEMBER GRADE: Life Senior Member In January 2020, IEEE Life Senior Member John Luce, P.E., passed at the age of 91, but his lifelong contributions to the field of…

Ruomei Li

Empowering Women in Power & Energy

Ruomei Li, Ph.D.MEMBER GRADE: Senior Member Dr. Ruomei Li, 2020 Chair of IEEE Women in Power (WIP) and former Secretary General of the Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering (CSEE), can’t…

Durocher

Advocating for Charitable Giving and Donor-Advised Funds

David DurocherMEMBER GRADE: Senior Member Longtime IEEE Senior Member David Durocher has dutifully served IEEE in numerous ways over the years, from his roles as President of IEEE’s Industry Applications…

Jason Fritz

Supporting Next-Generation Professionals

Jason FritzMEMBER GRADE: Senior Member I joined IEEE as a freshman at the University of Dayton, FL, USA in order to learn more about the engineering field and, since then,…

Board Lyle Feisel

Harnessing Strength in Numbers

Lyle Feisel, Ph.D.MEMBER GRADE: Life Fellow As a member of both the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) and The Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE) – parent organizations which ultimately…

Loretta Arellano

On the MOVE with IEEE

Loretta ArellanoMEMBER GRADE: Senior Member IEEE has played an important role in Loretta Arellano’s life and career, from student through retirement. Professionally, “IEEE helped me build my network, stay current…

Alex Acero Photo

‘Speaking Volumes’ for the Next Generation

Alex Acero, Ph.D.MEMBER GRADE: Fellow Dr. Acero was excited to join the IEEE as a master’s engineering student in the 1980s, but he didn’t stop there; during the next three…

Joseph Hughes ieee

Supporting a Bright Future for Engineering Students

Joseph Hughes’ association with IEEE made an indelible mark on his life and career – so much so that he’s now helping to provide opportunities in engineering education for others.…

Gerali Pugh Scholar

Fellowship Recipient Shares His Professional and Personal Growth as a Young Scholar in Residence

The Elizabeth & Emerson Pugh Young Scholar in Residence Award provides research experience for students and early-career scholars in the history of technology and engineering through a two-month residency at…

Jan and Mitchell Hobish

Decades of Membership Inspire Donor to Support STEM for the Next Generation

IEEE Lifetime Senior Member, Mitchell K. Hobish, Ph.D., was first exposed to IEEE through his father, an electrical engineer. As a young teen, he perused his father’s IEEE periodicals, even…