Imagine if, guided by educators and mentors who understand emerging technologies, every student was prepared and excited to address challenges/problems by applying science and math concepts, using an engineering approach. What would that look like?
- Current Project. Identify partnerships to influence school outreach programs that bring engineers into classrooms to support the teaching of science and engineering curriculum.
Future of Consulting Engineering
Imagine that engineering firms are thriving in the future. What would that look like? This group will be looking at: increasing the interaction and collaboration with technology companies, engaging clients to further understand their perspective, advocating for procurement process changes, among other topics.
- Currently on hold.
New Model for Engineering Licensure
If we had to do it all again, what would it look like?
- Current Project. Working on interactive workshop to be presented at 2020 NCEES Annual Convention.
Mapping Technological Driving Forces Impacting the Engineering Community
Imagine that engineers lead the embrace and acceptance of integrated technologies to drive business. What would that look like? This group will be exploring disruptive technologies that might drive new forms of delivering the engineering community’s work and transform (or diminish) traditional business models and models of practice. Leading edges technologies could range from artificial intelligence and robotics to CRISPR biotechnology and digital social media technologies.
- Current Project. Planning for Innovation Summit to be presented in partnership with ACEC.
Engineers and Public Policy
Imagine if engineers used their knowledge and skills to have a positive impact on society through engagement in public policy… What would that look like?
- Current Project. Planning for Engineers in Public Policy Symposium.