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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Licensure Exchange February 2011

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Licensure Exchange February 2011 (PDF)

  • Global economy requires global view on accreditation
  • From the President: Willingness to work together has improved communication and cooperation
  • Two task forces added for 2010–11
  • Enforcement Beat: Sound investitgations are critical to enforcement program’s effectiveness
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES prepares for Board Presidents Assembly
  • Future City helps students turn ideas into reality
  • Georgia requires NCEES Record for comity licensure
  • October 2010 exam pass rates
  • Member board news and upcoming events
  • Spotlight On: Surveying now airing on PBS stations

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Licensure Exchange December 2010

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Licensure Exchange December 2010 (PDF)

  • Enforcement Beat: Education, outreach are key to effective enforcement
  • Committees, task forces begin addressing Council issues for 2010–11
  • How are we providing leadership continuity?
  • Board of Directors approves exam item costs
  • From the President: Thanks to professional engineers, surveyors who volunteer to write exams
  • NCEES prepares for first administration of new Structural Engineering exam
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES staff works to be good stewards of environment and Council resources
  • Ontario removes citizenship, residency requirements for P.Eng.s
  • New editions of PE exam study materials published

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Licensure Exchange October 2010

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Licensure Exchange October 2010 (PDF)

  • From the President: Managing change is our ongoing charge
  • Annual Meeting generates important debate and decisions
  • Headquarters Update: Council decisions define activity for coming year
  • D.C. National Mall to host first USA Science and Engineering Festival
  • Nominations open for NCEES service awards
  • NCEES urges P.E. seals for crane foundation designs
  • FE, FS exams begin gradual move to computer-based format
  • Enforcement Beat: In combating unlicensed practice, boards should put NCEES tools to use
  • NCEES installs 2010–11 Board of Directors

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Licensure Exchange August 2010

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Licensure Exchange August 2010 (PDF)

  • From the President: Recent events emphasize need for competent, ethical practice
  • Latest NCEES publication celebrates professional engineering in the classroom
  • Headquarters Update: IEA meeting brings focus to engineering education qualifications used across the globe
  • FE Other Disciplines module: not the easy option
  • April 2010 exam pass rates
  • Council to elect president-elect and induct new zone vice presidents at Annual Meeting
  • Enforcement Beat: Setting approximate corners puts short-term client satisfaction above long-term public protection
  • Professional engineers provide the needed link between industry and public welfare
  • NCEES dedicates funding to surveying promotional campaign

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Licensure Exchange June 2010

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Licensure Exchange June 2010 (PDF)

  • NCEES recognizes 2010 Engineering Award winners
  • From the President: NCEES meets with EAC members to discuss engineering education
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES plans for the unlikely to ensure business continuity
  • From the Treasurer: NCEES continues to protect strong financial position
  • Key changes ahead for NCEES exams
  • Committees continue exam oversight in 2009–10
  • Task force investigates ways to increase licensure of engineering faculty
  • Enforcement Beat: Weighing the impact of criminal convictions on licensure
  • NCEES updates FE exam white paper
  • New NIEE movie stresses engineering ethics

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Licensure Exchange April 2010

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Licensure Exchange April 2010 (PDF)

  • Four-year degree becoming the standard for surveying licensure
  • Enforcement Beat: Get to know Enforcement Exchange
  • From the President: Moving toward a more uniform licensure process
  • Headquarters Update: ANSI standards give NCEES another path for public protection
  • CBT Task Force recommends move to computer-based testing for FE and FS exams
  • Krebs appointed to Vermon General Assembly
  • Task force explores alternatives to “master’s or equivalent” requirement for engineering licensure
  • Task force recommends best practices for evaluating licensure applications
  • UPLG Committee proposes adding resident professional requirement to Model Law
  • My NCEES tailors online experience for NCEES audiences
  • NCEES judges emphasize surveying practices at Future City Competition

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Licensure Exchange February 2010

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Licensure Exchange February 2010 (PDF)

  • The President’s Message: NCEES hosts summit for engineering leaders
  • From the Treasurer: Careful review of budget necessary to protect Council assets
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES gets a fast start to the new year
  • Examinee management system set for October 2010 administration
  • NCEES supports EWeek outreach activities
  • Teaching engineering design may boost learning of science and math
  • NCEES renames FE exam module
  • October 2009 exam pass rates
  • Enforcement Beat: Registrant responsibility extends beyond our own work
  • Jury prepares to judge NCEES Engineering Award

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Licensure Exchange December 2009

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Licensure Exchange December 2009 (PDF)

  • Comity without concessions: A look at foreign credentials evaluations
  • The President’s Message: Member Board administrators prove invaluable to fulfilling NCEES mission
  • Headquarters Update: The next big project always seems bigger than the last
  • ANSI approves surveyor standard
  • Committee Focus: 2009–10 committees, task forces set agenda for Council action on licensure policies
  • Enforcement Beat: NCEES encourages uniformity in CPC guidelines
  • In Memorium: Walter LeFevre, Ph.D., P.E.

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Licensure Exchange October 2009

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Licensure Exchange October 2009 (PDF)

  • The President’s Message: Computer-based testing, faculty licensure among agenda items for 2009–10
  • NCEES Engineering Award winner recognized
  • Headquarters Update: NCEES enjoys strong financial position, reputation
  • Highlights from the 2009 Annual Meeting
  • Enforcement Beat: Training, technical expertise essential to successful enforcement programs
  • Nominations open for NCEES service award
  • Member Board News
  • NCEES Board of Directors approves new PE exam in software engineering

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