Welcome to the PSEC Website

Published: March 5, 2014
by Stan Dyck


Welcome to the Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) web site. We hope this web site will be useful for member societies or others trying to get information about engineering activities in the Puget Sound area.


PSEC is an organization comprised of the local chapters of national or international engineering and scientific societies in the Puget Sound area. PSEC exists to increase public awareness and appreciation of engineering, science and technology.

The overall goals of PSEC are to:

  • Inform the public on technical matters
  • Advance the interests of the member societies it represents as well as those of the larger engineering and scientific community
  • Reflect the technical concerns of these societies and of this community

To help foster the mission and goals of PSEC, the organization sponsors several annual events including:

Please feel free to contact me directly, if you have any questions regarding PSEC. We also encourage you to download our PSEC Overview presentation for more information on PSEC.

Luis Leon – PSEC President (2014-2015)

e-mail: president {at} pseconline [dot] org

Latest Posts

  • Webmaster Report: July 2015

    Yes it’s summer and the PSEC is in repose, but that doesn’t mean your webmaster is. I have made a few changes to the site. The major update is that we have added a Awards page to display all the latest award recipients from this year’s banquet. Let me know what you think. Other Changes I’ve been looking into calendar displays. I posted an example that pulls from the PSEC calendar that you should look at. I made some site software upgrades to some of the plugins and a minor update to the Wordpress software. I’ve seen no issues so far but let ...
  • Self-registration has been Re-enabled

    After installing some spam protection plugins on the PSEC site, I have re-enabled the self-registration feature. If you have not previously registered on the site, you can now do so by going to the Registration page. The possibility exists that the new spam protection may effect your access to the site or your ability to login. If you find any problems, please let me know by adding a comment to this post or by sending me an email at webmaster@pseconline.org. I will be monitoring the site fairly closely over the next week or so to keep track of the effectiveness of ...
  • 2014-2015 Year in Review

    Celebrating the 70th Years Anniversary   Awards Nominations: John Schaufelberger Had the largest count of awards – 7. Introduced the new ‘K-12 STEM Engineering Teacher of the Year’ – Awarded to Karl Ruff, Roosevelt High School Engineering Banquet: Sam Gheesling This was the 57th Annual Banquet, Keynote Speaker: Paula Hammond, Senior Vice President, Parsons Brinckerhoff spoke on ”Engineering a lasting legacy for Puget Sound” Had 96 in attendance at the Museum of Flight, Boeing Field Engineering Fair: Chris Roberdeau Successful Event; 25 booths, ~600-700 students Static display of the P8A as part of the event, Museum of Flight, Boeing Field Mentor Nights: Jason Salazar Six colleges had Mentor Nights this school year. Seattle Pacific ...
  • A Word About E-Mail Aliases

    I have adjusted the email aliases to reflect the new slate of Council officers. They are as follows: president@pseconline.org goes to Sam Gheesling secretary@pseconline.org goes to Stan Dyck treasurer@pseconline.org goes to Chris Roberdeau webmaster@pseconline.org goes to Stan Dyck What is an email alias? It is a regular email address, just like any other address. The difference is that behind the scenes, a message sent to the alias gets automatically forwarded to a second, hidden address. That second address can be changed at any time while the alias address never changes. If you want to contact one of the people in the list above, I suggest you use ...

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