Licensure Exchange February 2016

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  • Software update offers improved experience and expanded service
  • Zones prepare for 2016 interim meetings
  • Committee Focus: NCEES needs new perspectives to keep growing
  • From the President: Understanding history key to productive debate
  • Headquarters Update: Providing oversight for NCEES finances
  • MB Brief: We all must do our part to welcome new MBAs
  • Enforcement Beat: CBT reduces exam invalidations
  • NCEES hosts forum to strengthen future of surveying profession
  • Recruiting for the profession: Recognizing FE, FS achievement
  • NCEES funding available for first-time attendees to annual meeting
  • Upcoming events, member board news, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES annual report and Squared now available

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Licensure Exchange December 2015

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  • From the President—The fundamentals exam: Reaching a new normal
  • Volunteers needed to judge Future City regionals
  • Enforcement Beat—Land surveying vs. engineering measurements: When do measurements become a survey?
  • Committee Focus: NCEES committees and task forces begin work on 2015–16 agenda
  • NCEES publishes history of the organization
  • Member Board Brief: MBAs focus on best practices
  • Take the pledge and join Global Day
  • Service to member boards is at the center of staff activities
  • Remembering past presidents Stivers and Taylor
  • NCEES expands testing windows for CBT exams
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES publishes 2015 Engineering Award Book, opens 2016 competition

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Licensure Exchange October 2015

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  • From the President: Advancing licensure calls for embracing change
  • NCEES delegates debate the issues at annual meeting
  • Emerging Engineers and Surveyors Group meets with NCEES board of directors
  • The engineer: to be or not to be
  • Judges needed for 2016 Future City regionals
  • Headquarters Update: Occupational licensure at risk
  • NCEES recognizes long-standing service
  • Nominations open for NCEES service awards
  • NCEES installs 2015–16 board of directors
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach

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Licensure Exchange August 2015

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  • Marquette University wins 2015 NCEES Engineering Award
  • NCEES names winners of #PSnoboundaries competition
  • From the President: Filling in the unanswered questions
  • Committee Focus: NCEES committees address CPC requirements
  • Officer Q&A: Officer nominees and incoming vice presidents discuss vision for NCEES
  • Enforcement Beat: Law Enforcement Committee to present best practices for law enforcement and investigations at annual meeting
  • NCEES announces members of Emerging Engineers and Surveyors Group
  • Headquarters Update: Change is inevitable—and necessary
  • Cottinghams establish endowed professorship
  • NCEES zones honor distinguished service
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES app returns to help users navigate annual meeting

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Licensure Exchange June 2015

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  • Model Law Montana: From Concept to Legislation
  • Committee Focus: ACCA considers structural engineering regulation
  • From the President: Task force gets discussion started on future of surveying
  • 100 years of structural engineering licensure
  • Headquarters Update: Emerging leaders to provide perspectives on licensure
  • Enforcement Beat: Due process important even before charges filed
  • Member Board Brief: Model Law change brings timing of PE exam into focus
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES annual meeting registration open online until July 6

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Licensure Exchange April 2015

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  • Enforcement Beat: Which direction does your moral compass point?
  • Committee Focus: Model Law and Model Rules provide boards with a gold standard to follow
  • Focus on learning from others at NCEES annual meeting
  • From the President: Zone meetings lay the groundwork for actions in August
  • Headquarters Update: AAES nears completion of engineering competeny model
  • New Face of Engineering—College Edition nominees announced
  • Member Board Brief: Are we clear?
  • NCEES revises Engineering Education Standard
  • Past President Krebs named Vermont Engineer of the Year
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • Save the date for 2015 NCEES annual meeting

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Licensure Exchange February 2015

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  • It’s time to take a fresh look at state definitions of surveying
  • Zones prepare for 2015 interim meetings
  • NCEES celebrating Surveyors Week with #PSnoboundaries
  • From the President: Additional education initiative is not dead; it’s a work in progress
  • Enforcement Beat: Deception: It’s what they say—and don’t say—that matters
  • New exam development engineers join NCEES team
  • Member Board Brief: MBAs work to find solutions for reporting CPC requirements across state lines
  • NCEES funding available for first-time attendees to annual meeting
  • Lessons from the first year of computer-based testing
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • Latest NCEES publications tell story of 2013–14

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Licensure Exchange December 2014

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  • Wyoming’s Ph.D. pathway to licensure: an 18-month update
  • Committee Focus: NCEES committees and task forces begin work on 2014–15 agenda
  • Board presidents, administrators to hold biennial meeting in Atlanta
  • From the President: Beginning of term gives time to focus on past, present, and future
  • Headquarters Update: Board of directors authorizes contribution to Engineers Without Borders-USA
  • Enforcement Beat: Application experience highlights another use for Enforcement Exchange
  • Member Board Brief: Rethinking outreach for computer-based testing
  • Engineers Week 2015 challenges profession to engineer new horizons
  • NCEES publishes 2014 Engineering Award Book, opens 2015 competition
  • Exam News: Board of directors approves 2014–15 exam item costs
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES seeks mining and mineral processing engineers for online survey

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Licensure Exchange October 2014

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  • From the President: Looking forward to the fun that comes with hard work
  • Annual meeting delegates debate the issues
  • Seattle joins NCEES and Pacific Science Center to explore engineering and surveying professions
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES files brief with U.S. Supreme Court
  • Enforcement Beat: But that wasn’t really a disciplinary action in that other state
  • Member Board Brief: MBA Committee is ready to assist member boards and NCEES committees
  • Judges needed for DiscoverE Future City regional competitions
  • Nominations open for NCEES service awards
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES installs 2014–15 board of directors

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Licensure Exchange August 2014

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  • New CBT exams give opportunity to improve subject matter reports
  • President–elect nominee and incoming vice presidents discuss vision for NCEES
  • From the President: Focus on the basic questions of who, what, and where key to future of engineering and surveying
  • Headquarters Update: Decoupling experience—An evolution of the model
  • Enforcement Beat: Sharing critical information—The case for board compliance officers
  • Member boards news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES launches mobile app for annual meeting

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