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Women in Engineering Magazine, IEEE

Issue 1 • Date June 2010

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Table of contents

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  • Do You Have What It Takes? Entrepreneurs face many fears and challenges [Letter from the editor]

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  • Masthead

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  • That Entrepreneurial Spirit Passion and diverse skills pave the way [Women to Watch]

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  • Only 20, Jain eyes teaching and mentoring [Women to Watch]

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  • GEOSS Who's Watching [Women to Watch]

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  • Look Both Ways [Women to Watch]

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  • Looking Forward, Looking Back [review of "The Bold and the Brave: A History of Women in Science and Engineering" (Frize, M.)]

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  • Portrait of Pakistan [The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: Engineering FACTS]

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  • Media Madness

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  • Ready for Takeoff

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    Dietrich is the chief operating officer at Terrafugia, a startup team of young engineers and private pilots in the Boston suburb of Woburn. In 2007, they began building the Transition, a "roadable aircraft" that transforms from a plane to a car and back again. When they set up Meteer's test flight they hoped to prove the concept and test the plane's stability and controllability ("rock solid," Meteer said). But they understood that how its performance was perceived would be as important as how it felt: If they could get people to buy into the idea now, it would be easier to sell them on the product down the line. View full abstract»

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  • Flexing Their Muscles: Building a successful business partnership [Career Advisor: Experiences from the Real World]

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  • Cartoon

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  • A Segue to Bigger Ambitions: Programs break new ground across the globe [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Education and Profession in Greece [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • Gettin' Digi With It [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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    Throughout the summer of 2009, Microsoft opened its campus offices around the world to bright and eager high school girls during the company's annual DigiGirlz High Tech Camps. For several days, girls were introduced to the latest innovations in the world of technology. DigiGirlz High Tech Camps' purpose is to dispel myths of what it means to have a career in the high-tech industry and give girls a chance to experience firsthand what it is like to develop cutting-edge technology. View full abstract»

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  • The Infusion of Creativity [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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    This article examines the current state of engineering schools, particularly in the United States and abroad, by exploring how foreign and domestic institutional leaders can infuse their organizations with creativity, thereby producing innovative engineering students, globally. The article seeks ways to make the engineering discipline more attractive to students so that more young people will consider careers in math and science. View full abstract»

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  • International Talent, Global Solutions: Many influence the worldwide WIE movement [WIE from Around the World]

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  • Global Vision [WIE from Around the World]

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  • A STEM Launching Pad [WIE from Around the World]

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  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security

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Aims & Scope

IEEE Women in Engineering Magazine is the first magazine to focus on issues facing women who study or work in IEEE’s fields of interest.

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Editor-in-Chief
Karen Panetta
Tufts University