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PE Electrical and Computer: Electronics, Controls, and Communications Exam -What you Need to Know

Oct 07, 2021

The Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam tests for a minimum level of competency in a particular engineering discipline. It is designed for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years’ post-college work experience in their chosen engineering discipline. Beginning this year, the PE Electrical and Computer: Electronics, ...

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October 2021 PE Exam Administration Updates

Sep 22, 2021

All INFORMATION TAKEN FROM NCEES.ORG October 2021 exam administration updates The exam administration will take place over two days—Thursday, October 21 and Friday, October 22.* All exam site locations are currently proceeding with reduced capacity restrictions in place. Changes to state and local requirements that further reduce capacities for groups ...

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An Engineers’ Role in Hurricane Disaster Prevention and Relief

Sep 02, 2021

Hurricane Ida, a powerful category 4 storm, left all of New Orleans and southeast Louisiana in the dark when it completely destroyed the electric grid. The true scope of the destruction is just beginning to come to light as six people have lost their lives and more than one million ...

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PE Exam Prep Resources

Aug 25, 2021

2021 Examination Dates: October 21 -22, 2021 The exams offered in October are: Agricultural and Biological Engineering Control Systems Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Industrial and Systems Engineering Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Mining and Mineral Processing Nuclear Engineering Petroleum Engineering The exam administration will take place over two days—Thursday, October 21 ...

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Why is Diversity in Engineering Important?

Aug 18, 2021

Has a lack of diversity in engineering limited the profession’s success thus far? Engineering and STEM fields, in general, tend to be primarily occupied by white males. As a professional engineering society, we recognize that diversity within our industry is so important. Professional engineers across the country are working to ...

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How to Obtain a PE License Without an Engineering Degree

Aug 10, 2021

Updated for 2021 Exams. If you received a bachelor’s degree in a non-engineering field, it may still be possible for you receive your PE license! Follow the steps below to learn how to make it all the way to the PE exam without having an ABET-accredited engineering degree. Steps to ...

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The History and Celebration of Professional Engineers Day!

Aug 04, 2021

Today, August 4th, is the sixth annual Professional Engineers Day!  Professional Engineers Day is a day to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Licensed Professional Engineers (PE) in all industries and arenas. The goal is to raise public understanding of the crucial work licensed Professional Engineers complete as well as ...

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Preparing for the October PE Exam

Jul 22, 2021

2021 Examination Dates: October 21 -22, 2021 The exams offered in October are: Agricultural and Biological Engineering Control Systems Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Industrial and Systems Engineering Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Mining and Mineral Processing Nuclear Engineering Petroleum Engineering The exam administration will take place over two days—Thursday, October 21 ...

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Engineers Piece Together Champlain Towers Probable Collapse Sequence

Jul 02, 2021

Structural engineers have compiled the probable sequence and speculated over the initial trigger of the fatal collapse of the 12 story Champlain Towers in Surfside Florida. The fatal collapse has claimed a dozen lives and left 149 individuals unaccounted for. Allyn Kilsheimer, a veteran engineer and founder of KCE Structural ...

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NJSPE New Continuing Education Course Available: How the Towers Fell, Lessons Learned from the 1993 and 9/11 Attacks

Jun 17, 2021

A new continuing education course is available at NJSPE.org Course Title: How the Towers Fell, Lessons Learned from the 1993 and 9/11 Attacks Speaker: Joseph M. Englot, PE. Accreditation: 3 NJ PDH credits Presentation to the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers To understand “How the Towers Fell” we first ...

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