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Women in Engineering Magazine, IEEE

Issue 2 • Date Dec. 2012

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Table of contents

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  • WIE's success is no secret [Letter from the Editor]

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  • [Masthead]

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  • 2012 WIE Committee Members

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  • Personalized medicine for pediatric cancer patients: Scholler tackling neuroblastoma [Amperes: Current Affairs from Around the World]

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  • Education and Mentorship: Woodruff Excels in the Field of Women's Reproductive Health [Amperes: Current Affairs from Around the World]

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  • Making Connections: Mother-Daughter Duo Builds on Math [Women to Watch]

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  • Like Mother, Like Daughter: Januarys Share a Love of Computers [Women to Watch]

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  • A Dual-Career Academic Couple: Schulz Espouses a Strong Support System [Women to Watch]

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  • Dynamic Duo: How Mothers Can Inspire Their Daughters [Women to Watch]

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  • No One Said It Would Be Easy: Working on the Alaska Pipeline [The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Engineering FACTS]

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  • Helping Young Women Thrive in STEM Fields: Karen Purcell's Unlocking Your Brilliance [The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Engineering FACTS]

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  • What's All the Buzz Around "Big Data?": Meet Dr. Aditya Vailaya [The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Engineering FACTS]

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  • The Rock of Raytheon: Rhoads Emphasizes Dedication and Determination

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    When Rebecca Rhoads was a teenager, she sang backup vocals in a band, and she loved it. Her father was an electrical engineer, and Rhoads, too, was interested in math and science, so her family encouraged her to stick with these fields. But she wanted to be a rock star. “You can imagine how relieved my parents were when that went bust and I stayed in college,” Rhoads says. “Thank goodness I stayed in math and I continued to turn in my homework.” Then she adds, with a laugh, “Our board teases me all the time: They tell me I am a rock star.” View full abstract»

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  • Build Your Own Game! [Lesson Plan]

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  • Generation STEM: Girl Scouts Curricula Gaining Popularity [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • Explore, Invent, Imagine: Schmahl Science Motivates Students To Get Involved in the STEM Fields [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • A.I. and M.I.T.: Luperfoy Adeptly Balances Work and Life Issues [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • The "IT" Girls: Inspiring Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math [Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women]

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  • Coming in 2013: The Hugle Award: In Honor of Inventor Frances B. Hugle [WIE from Around the World]

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  • People Are Key in the ICT Partnership: e Worldwide Group Founder Salma Abbasi [WIE from Around the World]

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  • Finding Yourself: The Trials and Tribulations of Ashley Liddiard [WIE from Around the World]

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  • I Change the World. I am an Engineer [advertisement]

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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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Meet Our Editors

Editor-in-Chief
Karen Panetta
Tufts University