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

May 30, 2017
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The podcast team addresses workplace bias in engineering issues and research, along with a review of current NSPE advocacy efforts, upcoming NSPE events, and discussion of the movie "Hidden Figures."

March 7, 2017
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The podcast crew discusses Eweek activities, introduces the 2017 Federal Engineer of the Year Award winner, and highlights the work of NSPE members through Engineers Without Borders.

March 1, 2017
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NSPE Advocacy Update with Arielle Eiser, NSPE Senior Manager of Government Relations

January 9, 2017
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What are your professional resolutions for 2017? Plus, a special anniversary, and a new segment on engineering in pop culture.