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The next ASME WorkSmart webinar is sheduled for Oct 16.
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ASME- Northern New England is looking for outstanding Mechanical Engineers to nominate for the New Hampshire Engineer of the Year award (PE licensed), and the New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year Award (PE or EIT.)
“The Engineer of the Year Award and Young Engineer of the Year Award are the highest awards given to individuals by the New Hampshire Engineering Societies. Each award is presented to an engineer who has made outstanding contributions to the engineering profession, the public welfare, and humankind.
This award provides the New Hampshire engineering community the opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals worthy of these honors.
For more information on the nomination process, please see the 2014 rules at http://www.nhspe.org/awards/
Engineer of the Year:
1. Member in good standing of his or her engineering society.
2. Citizen of the United States.
3. Licensed professional engineer in the State of New Hampshire or E.I.T.
Young Engineer of the Year:
3. 35 years of age or younger on December 31, 2013.
Nominees should not be informed of being considered for an award.”
For assistance in developing nomination packages for mechanical engineers, please contact:
Vice Chair of Awards & Honors
ASME- Northern New England
Nominations are due by the close of business on Wednesday, January 8, 2014.
Packages may be submitted to the New Hampshire Societies of Professional Engineers via:
Ted Setas, PE
2 Executive Park Drive
Bedford, NH 03110
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