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Smart Toilets for Accessible Use Within Ugandan Communities

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) provide a pledge to “leave no one behind.” This pledge brings visibility to the idea that individuals with disabilities or differing abilities should…

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23 New Service Learning Projects launched through the EPICS in IEEE Access and Abilities Competition

EPICS in IEEE is proud to announce the twenty-three new service learning projects selected as part of its Access and Abilities Competition. Selected from more than 50 proposals, these projects…

IEEE Foundation and IEEE Educational Activities: Inspiring the Technologists of Tomorrow

Educating the next generation of innovators and engineers is one of the core pillars of the IEEE Foundation. One of our main partners in this quest is IEEE Educational Activities…

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EPICS in IEEE: A Year in Review

The EPICS in IEEE program had a stellar year in 2022. As educational institutions were better able to navigate through another year of the global pandemic—students returned to team-based learning…

In Memoriam: Herbert Mertel

In Memoriam: EMC Leader Herbert Mertel, “An Engineer’s Engineer”

In 2021, the engineering world lost one of its most prominent figures with the passing of Herbert Mertel, a renowned expert in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). His legacy…

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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,…

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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…