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Save the Date: Have a
Fantastic Fourth with NSPE!
On July 1–6, 2014, join PEs from around the country for networking, continuing education, and a fantastic Fourth of July celebration in the nation's capital! Conveniently located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with easy access to museums, the National Mall, and all Independence Day festivities, the NSPE 2014 Annual Meeting is one you and your family won't want to miss. See the preliminary schedule. Registration opens April 1.
On March 6, NSPE members and staff participated in the 2014 Society of Women Engineers Capitol Hill Day to discuss issues of importance to professional engineers, including STEM education, investment in national infrastructure, and qualifications-based selection. There is growing interest and commitment to NSPE's issues and these visits served to bring these matters to the forefront. Learn more about this topic.
NSPE is presenting an all-new set of webinars this spring. The seminar "How Effective Leaders Manage Conflict" has been rescheduled for March 20 and discounted to $69! As engineering professionals, we have responsibilities when managing conflict. If you have ever experienced conflict in your career, you will want to join us on March 20 to become better prepared for tomorrow's conflict.
How you respond to today's trends will determine the winners and losers of tomorrow. During this March 10 webinar, you'll get a synopsis of the current and emerging construction trends the industry is facing. This presentation provides insights into some of the construction industry's complex business challenges and will highlight what the general contractors, construction managers, architects, and engineers of the future will be doing. Register today!
Captain Timothy Callahan, P.E., with the U.S. Air Force, has been honored as the nation's top federal engineer. As director of the Air Force Civil Engineer Basic Course, Captain Timothy Callahan, P.E., leads 30 civil engineering school faculty and 28 guest instructors. This role has integrated 176 officers into the career field’s first “total force” initial skills courses, while simultaneously orchestrating the development of distance learning content for future editions of the course. Learn more.
The Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee has released the 2014 edition of E-500. E-500 is a comprehensive standard contract for engaging an engineer to provide design services and related construction-phase engineering and administrative services. E-500 is drafted with the intent that it can be used without major editing, or be readily customized. NSPE members, order today and save 50%!