The Interesting #005: Joy Johnson Ph.D. – #FinishWell – Electrical Engineer

Posted: September 6, 2018 in 2018, Life, MIT, Podcast
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Dr. Joy Johnson is deeply interested in the full stack of engineering electronics: from particles to products. An alum of North Carolina State University, and a graduate from MIT with her doctorate in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Joy led mobile development at an MIT-founded music technology startup, AudioCommon. She currently works at Apple in their Special Projects Group and is on the Alumni board of the GEM Fellowship Program, and other STEM-related non-profits focused on providing technical, and research experiences for minorities and women. In this chat Joy tells us about persistence, and finishing well.

Listen here – https://theinteresting.simplecast.fm/005
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/…/pod…/the-interesting/id1433174918
Pocket Cast – https://pca.st/fDR7

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Summer Research Programs Joy recommends:

(MIT MSRP) https://oge.mit.edu/undergraduate/msrp/

(NSF NNIN REU) https://www.nnin.org/research-experience-undergraduates

(iTrek) http://www.i-trek.org

(Promise AGEP workshops & SSI) https://promiseagep.com


Fellowships Joy recommends:

(NSF GRFP) https://nsfgrfp.org

(GEM) http://www.gemfellowship.org/gem-fellowship

(Intel PhD Fellowship) https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/corporate-information/phd-fellowship-provisions.pdf


Articles written on or by Joy:

(MIT MLK Celebration) http://news.mit.edu/2009/mlk-johnson-0218

(Vanguard STEM) https://conversations.vanguardstem.com/wcwinstem-joy-johnson-ph-d-d7277d74da90

(Wogrammer) https://medium.com/wogrammer/joy-johnson-d75a4a362fe9

(Park Scholarships) https://park.ncsu.edu/joyjohnson/

 

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