NSPE Speaks

NSPE SpeaksNSPE Speaks is the podcast of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the only national organization dedicated to the professional concerns of licensed PEs. Earning a professional engineer license means a commitment to hold the public health, safety, and welfare paramount as well as adherence to the highest standards of ethics and professional practice. NSPE Speaks provides news of importance to the professional engineer, updates on advocacy and outreach from NSPE and state societies, ethics cases to ponder, interviews with PEs and others, and off-the-beaten-path engineering-related topics.
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Most Recent Episodes

February 7, 2019
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The latest episode of the NSPE Speaks podcast features a conversation with Karl Feldman, a partner with Hinge Marketing, on how firms can attract and retain top professional engineering talent in a competitive environment—starting with maximizing the employer brand.

December 4, 2018
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This episode of NSPE Speaks features an interview with NSPE Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel Arthur Schwartz and Stephanie Hamilton, NSPE’s Manager for Government Relations and Advocacy, on the recent deadly gas explosions in Massachusetts, the NTSB’s investigation and report, and what NSPE is doing to improve public safety.

November 19, 2018
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Our annual November episode focuses on giving and giving back. We discuss gift ideas for engineers as well as for kids to get them interested in engineering. We also highlight some ways that listeners can give back during this holiday season.

April 27, 2018
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This episode starts the new format for NSPE Speaks and features a one-on-one interview with NSPE Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel Arthur Schwartz on the recent litigation surrounding the company Tire Engineers, what it means for NSPE and professional engineers, and how PEs can lend their voice and support to this, and future, cases.