Licensure Exchange October 2012

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  • From the President: Beginning to address issues is the only way to achieve our goals
  • Annual meeting delegates debate the issues
  • Nominations open for NCEES service awards
  • 2012 NCEES award winners
  • Headquarters Update: Annual meeting sets the course for the coming year
  • Enforcement Beat: Is everything equal among firms?
  • Member Board Brief: CBT brings paradigm shift for FE, FS exam application and administration model
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES installs 2012–13 board of directors

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Licensure Exchange August 2012

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  • Florida Atlantic University wins NCEES Engineering Award
  • From the President: Volunteers have different roads to advance licensure
  • Headquarters Update: International licensure applicants are changing the paradigm
  • President-elect nominee and incoming zone vice presidents discuss vision for NCEES
  • Licensing boards face increased interest from foreign applicants as barriers to U.S. licensure are overcome
  • American Association of Engineering Societies: the Strength of a Million Voices
  • Enforcement Beat: Discipline for one can become a lesson for many
  • Exam news: April 2012 pass rates
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • Future City needs volunteer mentors

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Licensure Exchange June 2012

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  • Assessing deficiencies in credentials evaluations is not black and white
  • Recent webinars put CBT in the spotlight
  • New developments in aftermath of Deepwater Horizon disaster emphasize role of licensure in ethical engineering practice
  • Enforcement Beat: Honesty is the essential element of public trust
  • Headquarters Update: New technology, communication outlets help NCEES advance licensure
  • NCEES introducing new PE exam in software engineering
  • NCEES moving administration date, updating specifications for PE Industrial exam
  • NCEES emeritus member voted 2012-13 ABET president-elect
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • Register for the NCEES annual meeting by July 13

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Licensure Exchange April 2012

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  • NCEES past presidents to lead NAE technical session
  • Committee Focus: Task force considers NCEES public outreach efforts
  • Committee Focus: NCEES must encourage new member participation to develop its future leaders
  • NCEES amends Credentials Evaluations policy to expand service
  • From the President: Advancing licensure requires efforts of many
  • Enforcement Beat: Protecting use of the term “engineer” continues to demand attention
  • Headquarters Update: Promoting adoption of the Model Law is audacious but not impossible
  • ANSI recognizes NCEES Model Law Structural Engineer standard
  • NCEES judges emphasize surveying practices at Future City competition
  • Proposed Bylaws amendments available for review
  • Member board news, upcoming events, and NCEES outreach
  • NCEES seeks engineer volunteers for FE standard-setting study

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Licensure Exchange February 2012

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  • Enforcement Beat: Plan how to handle misconduct before you have to face it
  • From the President: NCEES participates in summit for engineering leaders
  • Zones prepare for 2012 interim meetings
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES continues to evolve in its efforts to advance licensure for engineers and surveyors
  • Online resource launched for FE, FS exam transition to computer-based testing
  • Exam Update: October 2011 pass rates
  • MBAs hold biennial meeting in Atlanta
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • New Faces of Engineering College Edition winners announced

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Licensure Exchange December 2011

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  • From the President: National Engineers Week prepares for February 2012 celebration and beyond
  • NCEES Engineering Award is important effort to promote licensure
  • Committee Focus: 2011–12 committees and task forces set agenda for Council action
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES addresses long-term issues
  • Enforcement Beat: Cooperation and learning from others key for effective law enforcement
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES approves 2012 calculator list
  • Board of directors approves exam item costs

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Licensure Exchange October 2011

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  • From the President: Listening and learning are part of leading
  • Annual meeting generates debate and decisions in Providence
  • Headquarters Update: Council business continues at annual meeting bookended by earthquake and hurricane
  • Member Board Brief: Idaho board retreat to prepare for annual meeting
  • Enforcement Beat: Conflicts of interest must be avoided, not just disclosed
  • Nominations open for NCEES service awards
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES installs 2011–12 board of directors

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Licensure Exchange August 2011

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  • From the President: The engineering world is getting smaller
  • University of New Mexico wins 2011 NCEES Engineering Award
  • Q&A: Nominees for president-elect, treasurer and incoming VPs discuss vision for NCEES
  • Headquarters Update: History of Council finances demonstrates importance of planning for the future
  • Enforcement Beat: Does forensic engineering require licensure?
  • NCEES wraps up first 16-hour Structural Engineering exam administration
  • Exam Update: April 2011 pass rates
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES uses My NCEES web portal to keep boards informed during CBT transition

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Licensure Exchange June 2011

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  • Social networking gives licensing boards new communication outlets
  • From the President: Council prepares for successful annual meeting
  • Committee Focus: Strengthening degree requirements for surveying licensure important for public protection
  • Headquarters Update: Looking to the past gives insight on today’s issues
  • Enforcement Beat: Licensing laws need active enforcement program to effectively protect public
  • National Engineers Week Foundation expands New Faces of Engineering program
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • Register for the NCEES annual meeting by July 15

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Licensure Exchange April 2011

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  • From the President: NCEES addresses licensure exemptions, professional ethics
  • New NCEES Speakers Kits now available
  • NCEES maintains strong financial position in 2010–11
  • Board sets replacement cost for SE exam items
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES moving forward with computer-based testing
  • Enforcement Beat: Engineering in energy savings performance contracting and building commissioning
  • Committee Focus: ACCA evaluates licensing exemptions’ impact on public welfare
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • NCEES reaccredited as ANSI standards developer

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