The American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC Colorado) is hosting its Annual Ethics Seminar “Professional Ethics in the 21st Century: Meaning & Challenges” Presented by Eli Wald on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015 from 7:30 a.m. – Noon at Merrick & Company. In a day and age in which many consider business to be a morality-free zone, what is the meaning and content of professional ethics? Should we dismiss professional ethics as antiquated rhetoric and replace it with market-based principles and legal standards of professional competence? And, if not, what should rules of professional ethics consist of? This seminar will explore these and related questions offering participants practical insights on how to do well by doing right by touching on the ASCE Code of Ethics and NSPE Code of Ethics and whether they set the standards for behavior of engineers. Click here for additional event details.
NSPE-CO members can attend the seminar registration at member pricing ($149/person).
Click here to register online and enter promotion code ETHICS2015 on the final payment page to receive member pricing. Alternatively, if you wish to register via email, please email Julie Ann Dill, ACEC Colorado | Education Services Coordinator.
NSPE-CO recognized Excellence in the Colorado Engineering Community at the 2nd Annual NSPE-CO Awards.
The 2015 NSPE-CO Awards recognized:
Lisa Troung (Alliant Engineering) -Young Engineer of the Year
Kristi Evans, P.E. (US Bureau of Reclamation) -Project Manager of the Year
Richard Ziernicki, P.E. (Knott Laboratory LLC) - Manager of the Year
Connie King, P.E., Esq. - Woman Engineer of the Year
Casey Bartels (Rampart High School) - Educator of the Year
Martin/Martin Inc. Colorado State Capitol Dome Restotation - Project of the Year
Our thanks to our Gold Sponsor
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And our thanks to our Bronze Sponsors:
Merrick & Company
Ramey Environmental Compliance
The Law Office of James Nelson, Esq.
Contact the NSPE-CO state office at (303) 480-1160 to get information on how your company can sponsor the 2016 NSPE-CO Awards.
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Dynetics' team in Colorado Springs is currently looking to add a talented engineer interested in developing, supporting, and executing tests for ballistic missile systems. The Simulation Developer/Analyst role will support exercise and training activities using deployed simulation software at the customer facility in Colorado Springs. Click here for more details.