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  • NSPE’s Statement on 60 Minutes’
    “The Storm After the Storm”

    NSPE applauds CBS’s recent news story on 60 Minutes that brought attention to the work of professional engineers and the need for competent and ethical engineering practice. Learn more.

  • NSPE Statement on
    US Supreme Court Decision

    The Supreme Court’s decision will have the unintended consequence of discouraging highly competent licensed professional engineers from serving on state engineering licensure boards. Learn more.

  • Federal Engineer of the Year Announced:
    Lt. Col. Patrick Miller, P.E., U.S. Air Force

    Congratulations to the 2015 FEYA winner, Lt. Col. Patrick Miller, P.E., with the U.S. Air Force, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, has been honored as the nation's top federal engineer! Learn more.

  • NSPE Annual Meeting
    Save the Date! July 15–19, 2015

    Join professional engineers from around the country for networking, continuing education, and discussions about "The Future of the Professional Engineer." Ranked by Forbes as the second coolest city in America, Seattle and the surrounding area offer a wealth of activities for the whole family. Go for a hike in the Central Cascades, take a boat tour of Lake Washington, view the surrounding area from the iconic Space Needle, visit the Pacific Science Center, and get a caffeine boost at the original Starbucks. Don't miss out! Save the dates and be sure to join NSPE at the Seattle Marriott Bellevue this coming July.

  • NSPE Supports Maryland Legislation on Engineering Practice by City, Local Employees

    On February 27, NSPE President Harve Hnatiuk, P.E., F.NSPE, sent a letter to the Maryland House and Senate formally endorsing legislation that “removes any implication that Maryland city or local government employees are exempt from the licensing requirement if they are practicing engineering.” Learn more.

  • Ethics Contest

    All current NSPE members through their NSPE state societies, including students, are invited to participate in the 2015 NSPE Milton F. Lunch Ethics Contest which provides an opportunity to match your wits with experienced P.E.s and engineering students throughout the country!