The Delaware Engineering Society (DES) has over 180 individual members from all engineering disciplines and practices. We represent civil, chemical, electrical and mechanical engineers who practice in industry, construction, private practice, education and government.
DES is a state society of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) with over 60 years of service to our members and the people of Delaware.
The mission of NSPE and DES is to promote the ethical and competent practice of engineering, to advocate licensure, and to enhance the professional, social and economic development and well-being of our members.
The Delaware Engineering Society is pleased to congratulate our 2013 Engineer of the Year, Gregory V. Moore, P.E. of Becker Morgan Group, Inc., and our 2013 Young Engineer of the Year, Shanté A. Hastings, P.E. of DelDOT.
Event photos from our 62nd Annual E-Week banquet of 2013 have been posted.
Some of our past and present Engineers of the Year met with Governor Markell for a photo opportunity.
Dear NSPE Member,
As a professional engineer who has been involved with NSPE for almost 20 years, one of the main benefits of my membership has been a supportive network and a connectedness to my fellow professionals throughout the country and around the world. This may come as no surprise because connectedness and community are really at the heart of any association.
The National Society of Professional Engineers was founded on this very idea. Seventy-five years ago when David Steinman and his colleagues formed this Society, they did so in the spirit of community. It was a community dedicated to individuals whose common interests were those of the licensed professional engineer and the engineering profession. “Through membership and active participation in NSPE,” Steinman said, “the individual engineer renders his contribution toward making engineering a better and more satisfying profession than he found it.”
Today, NSPE continues Steinman's work and remains the only association dedicated exclusively to licensed professional engineers and those on the path to becoming licensed. Our reputation for and focus on the ethical and competent practice of engineering remain as strong as ever.
Over the past year, NSPE has diligently worked to build a stronger community and put together a benefits portfolio based on your needs to stay connected and stay informed.
- NSPE members is connecting with members via our new social networking sites on Twitter (http://twitter.com/NSPE), Facebook (http://tinyurl.com/nspefanpage), and YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/NSPEvideo).
- NSPE is keeping you informed about the profession through top-notch publications like PE magazine, Daily Designs, NSPE Update, and our new blogs.
- NSPE is making your voice heard on professional issues at the state and federal levels, in the legislatures and in the courts.
- NSPE is helping you grow professionally through free Web seminars, free access to our salary survey, opportunities to build your network through our interest groups, and online courses.
The NSPE community is a strong one because of you and over 40,000 engineers like you. Thank you for being part of that community.
Samuel W. Grossman, P.E., F.NSPE
National Society of Professional Engineers
1420 King Street, Alexandria, VA, 22314
Get Involved! Currently seeking committee members for the following upcoming events:
If you are interested, please contact Stacy Ziegler at: sziegler AT duffnet.com for more information.
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Website last modified on March 19, 2013..