Engineers Making an Impact

March 21, 2019 Kelly Kerridge

Wiley has been a proud supporter of the IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year awards for the past four years, and the 2018 event gave us an opportunity to gain some fascinating insight into what is important to Engineers. What makes them tick? What do they strive for?

The research Wiley publishes is part of the life cycle of engineering. What happens in an engineer’s day-to-day job stems from research that has been conducted, distributed, and absorbed into engineering practice.

In previous years we’ve taken steps to highlight the excellent editors of our journals, who are instrumental to the impact research has on the world. This year, we asked attendees of the IET YWE awards the question:

What kind of impact would bring you great satisfaction in your work?’

During the course of the evening, we talked to many different engineers about different kinds of impact. This piece shows the five most popular themes they shared with us.  

 

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Kelly Kerridge

Marketing Manager, Wiley

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