Segment 1: NSPE News
- Registration is now open for the 2017 Professional Engineers Conference, July 19–23 in Atlanta!
- Explore the three new advocacy and outreach tools available for download and printing.
- Get ready to celebrate the second annual Professional Engineers Day on August 2.
Segment 2: Advocacy News
- Read the letter NSPE recently sent to the Office of Personnel Management urging revisions to requirements for “Professional Engineering Positions.”
- Catch up on NSPE’s work on autonomous vehicle regulations, including a recent public comment in response to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Read about NSPE’s latest advocacy efforts to protect licensure in Oregon, Nevada, and to protect QBS in Florida.
- See all of the threats to licensure across the country via NSPE’s interactive map.
Segment 3: Worrisome Workplace - Sexual Harassment and Bias
- Access the feature package from PE magazine, including articles on sexual harassment and bias in engineering, and the potential of Title IX to open up engineering to more women.
- Learn more about the research of Cassidy Ortman, Tennessee Tech mechanical engineering student, on social factors affecting female engineers’ career decisions and satisfaction.
- Learn more about Hanson Professional Services Inc's “Grow Our Own” Minority Participation Program, designed to help introduce students of color to STEM fields and provide mentorship/internship opportunities.
Segment 4: Communities
- Read the discussion thread on the Worrisome Workplace feature package in the NSPE Communities and then share your thoughts on these or other topics.
Segment 5: Engineering Pop Culture—Hidden Figures
- Read about free screenings offered across the country.
- Access more information about the book, the women featured, and author Margot Lee Shetterly.
- Read the PE magazine article about the National Society of Black Engineers’ “Be 1 of 10,000” initiative to increase the number of African-American engineering bachelor’s recipients, and learn more on the NSBE website.