Register Today: IEEE Pathways to Academia

Announcement | Tue, Jul 12th, 2022


IEEE Pathways to Academia - Upcoming Webinar

In 2022, the IEEE Education Society, IEEE Educational Activities, and IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu are hosting a series of interactive virtual events designed specifically for engineering, computing, and technology students interested in pursuing or professionals just starting their academic careers. We encourage you to register for Session Three IEEE Pathways to Academia Webinar Series, which will be held on 11 August 2022. Session One and Two of this Webinar Series are available on-demand. 

Session Three: Applying for a First-Year Tenure Track Position – Making your Case as a Candidate

Thursday, 11 August, 1-2 pm (ET) Free

This event will provide advice on how to navigate the tenure track process with an emphasis on candidate materials including the cover letter, vita, and statements on research, teaching, and diversity.

Panelists Include: Kathleen Kramer, University of San Diego; Russ Meier, Milwaukee School of Engineering; and Reginald Perry, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering.

Register for Session Three

Session Two: Funding Opportunities of the National Science Foundation

Wednesday, 3 August, 3-4 pm (ET) Free

The IEEE Educational Activities Board Faculty Resources Committee invites two program directors of the National Science Foundation (NSF) to join a virtual event about the NSF funding opportunities of the Division of Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems (ECCS), Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) and Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE). The virtual event will include an overview presentation from two program directors and time for Q&A.

Panelists Included: Abiodun Ilumoka and Donald C. Wunsch, Program Directors, National Science Foundation.

View Session Two On Demand

Pathways to Academia: Publishing your Research - Advice from IEEE Editors

Session One: Publishing Your Research: Advice from IEEE Editors 

Available On-Demand, April 2022


In April, the first-panel session, Publishing your Research: Advice from IEEE Editors, provided participants with first-hand advice on how to navigate the technical publication process. A panel of IEEE editors gave guidance on how to choose the right journal for their paper as well as navigating the peer review process.

Panelists included: Charles Fleddermann, Education Society; Chengshan Xiao, Communications Society; and Matthew Barth, Intelligent Transportation Systems Society.

View this Webinar On-Demand

Related Content