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    • MSPE CONVENTION 2018 - JUNE 17-20 @ CAMDEN ON THE LAKE, LAKE OZARK, MO

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    PE Review Courses Available

    St. Louis Chapter Offers Refresher Course

    - Deadline Jan. 24

    St. Louis Chapter annually hosts PE Refresher Course at St. Charles Community College.  See their BROCHURE for more information.  Deadline is Jan. 24.

     

    MnSPE  Can Help You Prepare for Your Upcoming PE Exam

    MSPE is again partnering with the Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers (MnSPE) to offer PE exam prep courses to help you prepare for the April 2018 PE exam. Choose from civil (construction, geotech, structural, transportation or water resources/environmental), electrical power or mechanical (HVAC, machine design or thermal & fluids systems). Courses meet mid February through early April. Attend via live webinar from your location - students can be anywhere (not just MN). Courses are relevant for students and PE exams throughout the country and use books and other course materials published by PPI, provider of the popular Lindeburg books. A free retake is GUARANTEED if you take this course but do not pass the April 2018 PE exam.  Registration deadlines vary but are in early February. Learn more or register at http://www.mnspe.org/?page=PE_FE_Exam_Courses

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    2018 Missouri Legislative Session Began Jan. 3 and Goes to May 18

    ONLY MSPE REPRESENTS PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING INTERESTS IN THE STATE CAPITOL. 

    With the 2018 Missouri Legislative Session beginning Wednesday, January 3, MSPE also begins monitoring and supporting/opposing legislation in the Capitol.   Take a look at the weekly Legislative Updates as we start tracking legislation of interest to professional engineers in Missouri. 

     

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    Future City Competition Judges Needed

    For the first time ever, Missouri will be hosting a STEM event called Future Cities.

    The Future City competition (STEM related activity for teams from various Middle Schools - 6, 7, 8 graders) for Missouri will be held on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at MS&T in the Butler Carlton Building.  This is the first year that the Missouri competition will be held in a Missouri location.  Previously, Missouri was a part of the Great Plains Region which consists of Missouri and Kansas.  Historically, the competition has rotated between the K-State Campus and the KU Campus.  Missouri has been recently approved as a sub-region.

    With the change in location for Missouri participants, arrangements are being made to set up the competition similar to what has been done at the Kansas locations.  One of the most important components of the competition is the judging of the various Scale Models and Student Presentations of their Future City.  This year's theme is designing an "Age Friendly City".  Please refer to futurecity.org site for a full explanation of the competition and all of its components including the judging rubric.

    MSPE supports this engineering educational activity and solicits your participation as a judge in the January competition.  It is a one day activity of judging.  Please spread the word of the need for judges in the engineering community.  The participation by you in this competition, will signify once again how the professional engineering community is dedicated to providing an opportunity for students to pursue careers in engineering.

    The contact in Rolla is Martina,  missouri@futurecity.org.  She needs to know of your intent as soon as possible so that this portion of the competition can be finalized.

    John T. Conway, PE

    Engineer Mentor

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