Don’t miss the NMSPE – Albuquerque Chapter August Luncheon! New Day – Second Tuesday of each month
The PRC in Action!
Learn what energy regulations in New Mexico encourage and inhibit New Mexico’s ability to be a leader in energy production.
Guest Speaker: Bruno Carrara, Electrical Engineering Bureau Chief, New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Utilities Division
When: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 11:45 a.m.
Where: Albuquerque Marriott (Uptown at I-40/Louisiana; 2101 Louisiana Boulevard NE)
Please RSVP by Thursday, August 7, 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate if you would prefer a vegetarian lunch.
You can register online and pay by credit card at http://nmspealbuquerque.org/shop/ ($26.00 for Members or $31 for Non-members) or you can email email@example.com and pay with cash or check ($25.00 for Members or $30 for Non-Members) on the day of the luncheon.
Your RSVP is your commitment to pay unless cancellation is received by Thursday, August 7, 2014 by 5 PM.
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Ethics for the Practicing Engineer – Dr. Kristy Mills (Online Video)
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer - Dr. Kristy Mills
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer from Dr. Kristy Mills Parts 1 & 2. Recorded during E-Week 2010 - February 12, 2010.
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer from Dr. Kristy Mills Parts 1 & 2. Recorded during E-Week 2010 – February 12, 2010.
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To be the premier New Mexican Society providing leadership in advancing engineering professionalism.
In order for the engineering profession to achieve its responsibilities to protect the public health, safety and property, the NMSPE is dedicated to:
- the promotion of the practice of engineering to properly qualified and licensed persons,
- the maintenance and observance of high ethical standards of conduct,
- the support of high standards of formal educational preparation for the practice of engineering,
- the continuing professional development of members of the engineering profession,
- the focusing of appropriate public attention upon engineering responsibilities and engineering accomplishments for the purpose of attracting qualified persons to the practice of engineering, and
- the providing of appropriate assistance to its members to facilitate the pursuit of their professional careers.