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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.
To prevent PEs from being placed at serious legal risk, NSPE has filed a “friend of the court” brief in a case that could require them to independently test and verify the materials they specify. Learn more.
On March 19, NSPE participated in the 2015 Society of Women Engineers Capitol Hill Day to discuss issues of importance to professional engineers, such as the Educating Tomorrow’s Engineers Act (H.R. 823) and the looming deadline for federal infrastructure funding. NSPE Legislative and Government Affairs Vice Chair Karen Moran, P.E., F.NSPE, met with Senators and Representatives to express the importance of these issues and to convey NSPE’s strong commitment to promote the value of the professional engineer at all levels of government. 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. Don't miss out! Save the dates and be sure to join NSPE in Seattle this coming July.
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.
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!