NSPE seeks New Faces of Professional Engineering applicants

NSPE may nominate five candidates to represent eWeek's program. NSPE is looking for a successful engineer who has made contributions to the industry at a young age. The society is accepting applications until Nov. 9.

10/25/2007


As a sponsoring society of Engineers Week, the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) may nominate five candidates to represent the New Faces of Professional Engineering program.

 

EWeek’s New Faces of Professional Engineering program aims to promote engineering as an exciting profession open to everyone. The top candidates will be recognized in USA Today, the engineering trade press, the individual’s local press, eWeek’s Web sites, and sponsoring engineering societies.

 

To be considered for nomination, provide NSPE will a 200-word description of your achievements in design, research, construction, and/or management. Include information on activities outside of work, including participation in society activities, eWeek, and MathCounts. Send your completed application to awards@nspe.org . Include a color photo that is suitable for publishing. Applications must be received by Nov. 9.

 

NSPE is looking for members who fit the profile:

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For more information about the New Faces of Professional Engineering Program and to download an application for NSPE, click here .





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