Engineer Your Own Success, by Anthony Fasano, now available from Wiley-IEEE

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Engineer Your Own Success: 7 Key Elements to Creating an Extraordinary Engineering Career, Updated and Expanded is now available as part of the IEEE-Wiley PCS book series.

Focusing on basic skills and tips for career enhancement, Engineer Your Own Success is a guide to improving efficiency and performance in any engineering field. It imparts valuable organization tips, communication advice, networking tactics, and practical assistance for preparing for the PE exam—every necessary skill for success. Authored by a highly renowned career coach, this book is a battle plan for climbing the rungs of any engineering ladder.

Anthony Fasano has also made available set of free webinars and podcasts on finding success as an engineer.

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ProComm 2015 Call for Participation

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CFP: Communication Design Quarterly Special Issue on “Internationalizing Information and Communication Design”

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