INES Intersections - Workshop Invitation

We are pleased to invite your participation in INES Intersections: Connecting International Engineering Studies Scholars, a workshop scheduled for Saturday, May 20, 1:15-4:30 PM EDT.

This event is organized in conjunction with the IEEE ETHICS-2023 conference at Purdue, and will be run as a hybrid event with both face-to-face and online participation (via Zoom). Conference registration is NOT required to attend in either mode - we only ask that participants have an active INES membership/subscription for 2023.

One of the main goals for the workshop is to help those of us in the engineering studies community revitalize our connections with one another and explore avenues for future research. The event itself will be organized around three main themes or foci: Publishing, Networking, and Funding Opportunities.

Changes in INES Leadership

It’s been an honor to serve as your INES chair for the past year and as Vice Chair working with Astushi Akera for the previous two. I’ll be stepping down at the end of December 2022 in order to step into the Editor-in-Chief role of our journal Engineering Studies. I adore scholarly publishing and am thrilled for the opportunity to build on what Gary Downey and Cyrus Mody have built for our intellectual community. Please look for upcoming announcements and opportunities to plan for the journal’s next stages.

I’m thrilled to announce that Brent Jesiek (Purdue) will be stepping in as chair. If you know our network, you know that Brent has been a key figure in its development. He’s been serving as our webmaster for as long as I’ve been familiar with the network and does a lot of work behind the scenes to keep the membership enrollments and listservs going.


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