2014 Survey Results
Download the Professional Engineers in Higher Education 2014 Survey Results. By PE magazine & PEHE.
The NSPE PEHE Professionalism Progress Award, is named to recognize actions in promoting licensure, ethics and professionalism. The award was established by action of the Professional Engineers in Higher Education in 2014. >>
As the demand has grown for a strong emphasis on ethics and best practices at the university level, PEHE's Best Practices Project provides teachers with a database and forum for discussion of these important issues.
The Sustaining University Program creates a mutually-beneficial connection between educators and the engineering community at large.
FE Assesstment Tool
The Professional Engineers in Higher Education interest group of the NSPE with the assistance of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, solicited engineering and engineering technology programs to share methodologies of use of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam as an assessment tool for ABET accreditation. These documents represents the details of how such programs use the FE data in their respective self-study reports. Download here (PDF)
Whether you're preparing for licensure, managing a career transition or simply seeking advice or information from a wide range of experienced engineers nationwide, NSPE's mentoring program provide a powerful resource that's available only to our members. >>
Products & Services
PEHE encourages licensure for all engineers through its popular Get Licensed/Get Ahead products. PEHE provides free web seminars for students and young engineers on topics such as Ethics and Professionalism. >>
PEHE Work Plan
PEHE supports the goals of NSPE by encouraging professional licensure of engineering faculty and encouraging professionalism and leadership within institutions of higher education.
Read the 2014–15 work plan (PDF)
Tools for Educators
Engineers working in the field of higher education play a vitally important role in attracting, training and mentoring the Professional Engineers of tomorrow. Here are some tools for educators. >>