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Ryan Boettger, Editor of the IEEE PCS-Wiley Book Series, interviewed on the challenges of integrating and engaging with Millennials in engineering organizations

Ryan Boettger, editor of the IEEE PCS-Wiley Book Series, was recently interviewed in Supply & Chain Demand Executive. He spoke on the challenges of integrating and engaging with Millennials in engineering organizations, nothing that “when Baby … [Continue reading]

Engineering Career Coach Anthony Fasano interviews Traci Nathans Kelley on Slide Rules

Traci-Nathans Kelley, former editor of our IEEE Professional Communication Society book series, is interviewed by The Engineering Career Coach's Anthony Fasano about her book, co-authored with Christine G. Nicometo,  Slide Rules: Design, Build, and … [Continue reading]

Podcast: Karen A. Schriver, Winner of 2017 Joenk Award, Interviewed by George Hayhoe

As indicated previously, Karen A. Schriver is the 2017 winner of the Joenk Award for the best paper in the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication for her paper "Plain Language in the United States Gains Momentum: 1940–2015."  Listen to her … [Continue reading]

Karen A. Schriver wins Joenk Award for Best Paper in the Transactions (2017)

The editorial board of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 Rudolph J. Joenk Award for Best Paper in the Transactions is Karen A. Schriver for "Plain Language in the United States … [Continue reading]

Request for Proposals for Guest Editorship and Special Issue Topic
: IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication

The IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication requests proposals for guest editorship and special issue topic for the December 2019 issue. Anyone may propose a topic and apply for guest editor status. Guest editors need not be members of … [Continue reading]

Communicating about New Sustainable Technologies: Aachen University’s Claas Digmayer

We asked Aachen University's Claas Digmayer to talk about the importance of public communication in the acceptance of new sustainable technologies. In this video, he describes how two similar technologies, Carbon Capture and Storage and Carbon … [Continue reading]

Engineering Judgement and Engineering Communication

J. Scott Weedon, winner of the 2017 Lufkin award for best paper, describes the important relationship between engineering judgement and engineering communication, showing how understanding this relationship can improve both aspects of your … [Continue reading]

4Q17 Special Issue of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication on Plain Language

The December 2017 special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication on plain language has recently been published online. If you are a paper subscriber, you will receive the issue, printed together with the September issue, during … [Continue reading]

Candidates on Slate for 2018–2020 AdCom

A slate of six candidates for election to the PCS Administrative Committee (AdCom) for 2018–2020 has been announced. Claas Digmayer, RWTH Aachen University, Germany David Kmiec, New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States Sean … [Continue reading]

Jon Leydens On Intercultural Communication, Engineering, and Social Justice

Dr. Jon Leydens, co-author of Engineering Justice: Transforming Engineering Education and Practice, spoke to us at ProComm 2017 about the growing importance of intercultural communication and social justice in engineering practice, how current … [Continue reading]