As part of our celebration of Engineering Week in February the PSEC holds an annual banquet where we present our Engineering of the Year awards. Awards are presented in the following categories:
• Academic Engineer of the Year
• Government Engineer of the Year
• Industry Engineer of the the Year
• Kenneth W. Porter Award
• K-12 STEM Engineering Teacher of the Year
• Young Engineer of the Year
• Professional Engineer of the Year
In addition to the awards presentation, we offer a keynote address on an engineering related topic. The awards and speakers are normally announced in December/January. Please come back here around then to get more information and to purchase tickets.
- 60th Annual Engineer of The Year Awards Banquet
Puget Sound Engineering Council held the 60th Annual Engineer of the Year Awards Banquet will Saturday, February 3, 2018, at the Museum of Flight skyline room.
Our Speaker was Dale Thompson from the Museum of Flight who will speak on the Museum Of Flight’s B-17F and B-29 restoration. After the speech the Engineer of the year Awards were handed out to:
Academic Engineer of the Year – Professor Marc O. Eberhard, Ph. D., University of Washington, (SEAW)
Government Engineer of the Year – Jeffrey A. Lundt, PE, Wastewater Treatment Division of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, (ASCE)
Kenneth W. Porter Award – Dana Day, The Boeing Company, (SWE)
K-12 STEM Engineering Teacher of the Year – Elana Slagle, Starfish Education, (AIAA)
Young Engineer of the Year – Grace Lefebure, The Boeing Company, (SWE)
Professional Engineer of the Year – David B. Swanson, PE, SE, Reid Middleton, Inc., (ASCE and SEAW)Continue reading →
- 60th annual Engineer of the Year Awards Banquet
The Museum of Flight will be open to attendees at 5pm-6pm. The Social hour will be from 6:00pm-7pm, with the speaker and awards ceremony later.
Our Speaker is Dale Thompson from the Museum of Flight who will speak on the Museum Of Flight’s B-17F and B-29 restoration.
Dale Thompson graduated from the University of Washington. He worked at the University of Washington as an electronic technician in the Physiology and Biophysics Department and in the Regional Primate Research Center. He then worked for 28 years for Pacific Northwest Bell, retiring as an Engineering Manager.
Mr. Thompson was in ground radio installation in the Air Guard for six years. He has had an Amateur Radio License since the age of 14. He is currently the Crew chief for the Museum of Flight’s B-29 Superfortress and B-17F Flying Fortress.
Tickets may be purchased online at our Eventbrite site.Continue reading →
- 2018 PSEC Awards Nominations Open
It is time to recognize members of your organizations. Below are the Awards Nomination Forms and instructions for completion for the seven awards to be presented at the February 10, 2018 PSEC Engineering Awards Banquet at the Museum of Flight.
Please identify deserving members of your organizations and submit nominations to the Awards Committee by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 15, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
Below are the nomination forms for each award a Guide for Preparation of Engineer-of-the-Year-Nominations is also shown below. Please provide the required information completely and concisely and follow the posted instructions . Limit nomination packages to 8 pages.
- Nomination Instructions
- Academic Engineer of the Year
- Government Engineer of the Year
- Industry Engineer of the Year
- K-12 STEM Engineering Teacher of the Year
- Kenneth W Porter Award
- Professional Engineer of the Year
- Young Engineer of the Year