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The IEEE Public Visibility initiative, a Board of Directors-endorsed, multi-year, multi-million-dollar project, is a communications initiative that seeks to increase IEEE's visibility and create a global voice for the engineering profession. The program is designed to:  

  • increase the public's understanding of how engineering, computing, and technology benefit humanity;
  • establish the pride and prestige of the profession;
  • position IEEE as the world's trusted source and forum.

Visit this Web section frequently, as it will serve as a central repository for background information, presentations, and project milestones.

 

A message from Diogo Mónica, Chair, 2015 IEEE Public Visibility Committee

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Welcome to the IEEE Public Visibility Committee!

A message from Diogo Mónica, Chair, 2015 IEEE Public Visibility Committee

The year 2015 will be my fourth and final year of involvement with the Public Visibility Initiative of IEEE. Over the past three years not only have all of IEEE's social media channels shown tremendous growth, but IEEE members are becoming a trusted and highly utilized resource for top-tier media.

While our mission continues unchanged—to position IEEE as the world's trusted source for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe—our focus on social media has certainly paid off, allowing us to create meaningful engagement with a younger demographic.

In 2015 we will continue investing in what is working, doubling down on all of our digital initiatives, in order to continue fueling the explosive growth of our social media presence. Additionally, we will foray into the area of content creation, with the objective of increasing the engagement with our brand.

On behalf of the entire Public Visibility Committee, we look forward to receiving feedback on our program and sharing progress as we continue to work on positioning IEEE as a thought leader on prominent technology issues globally.

Diogo Mónica, Chair, 2015 IEEE Public Visibility Committee

 
 

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