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  • EVERYONE Invited to '21 SEA Leadership Retreat

    This year's Virtual SEA Leadership Retreat is open to everyone! Join us April 20–22 for this one-of-a-kind event that features a customizable schedule of 21 sessions over 3 days to help you, and leaders of your SEA. This event is open to all! Registration is free; click here to register for the sessions you wish to attend, skip the ones you don't!

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  • 2019-20 NCSEA Annual Report

    NCSEA has released its 2019-2020 Annual Report. Click here to view a snapshot of our recent success, including membership by the numbers, news and updates from the past year, and a look back at the conferences and events NCSEA was a part of in 2020.  NCSEA continues to partner with our Member Organizations to support practicing structural engineers to be highly qualified professionals and successful leaders.  

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  • NCSEA Past President Susan A. Jorgensen

     Dedicated to SE Licensure & Remembered For Her Infectious Smile NCSEA Past President Susan (Susie) A. Jorgensen, P.E., SECB. F. SEI, F. ASCE, passed away Saturday, November 14, 2020. Susie served on the NCSEA Board of Directors from 2014 to 2020, assuming the President role from January to April 2020. At the state level, Susie helped establish the Structural Engineers Association of Nebraska (SEAON) and …

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  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Webinars

    In accordance with the Call to Action released earlier this year, NCSEA is working to identify and eradicate behaviors that perpetuate racism and inequality within our profession. We recognize that in order to create change, we must provide useful tools to our members. To that end, NCSEA has partnered with a strategic diversity and inclusion practitioner to develop a series of webinars to introduce …

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  • CALL TO ACTION

      As leading professional institutions of the structural engineering profession, we unequivocally denounce the senseless death of George Floyd.  This and other tragic events of recent weeks have brought forth numerous stories from our members who have suffered discrimination, injustice, or intimidation, or have feared for their safety. We must identify and eradicate behaviors that perpetuate racism and …

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  • NCSEA Response to COVID-19

    As the nation responds to the challenges presented by the current COVID-19 pandemic, maintaining health and safety is paramount.  NCSEA is relying on local, state, and federal officials to provide requirements and recommendations for structural engineers to follow as they conduct their professional activities during these unprecedented conditions.  While respecting such limitations, the position of the NCSEA Board of …

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  • NCSEA Forms an Ad Hoc Committee on Sustainability

    The NCSEA Board has voted and approved the formation of an ad hoc Sustainable Design Committee.  Proposed by Kelly Roberts, P.E., Principal at Walter P. Moore’s Atlanta offices, the committee’s main mission will be to promote sustainable design practices within the profession of structural engineering through leadership, advocacy, outreach and education.  With her level of interest and commitment to the …

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  • SUBSCRIBE TO KNOWLEDGE

    Enhanced Benefits. Expert Speakers. Unlimited Attendees. NCSEA's newly enhanced yearly Webinar Subscription is the most user- & wallet-friendly plan to date! This Live & Recorded Webinar Subscription* offers all the same benefits as before, but now includes even more. With this annual plan, you get: At least 30 live webinars per year featuring the highest-quality speakers available.  Check out the upcoming …

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  • How Structural Engineers Can Assist in Natural Disaster Relief Efforts

    The recent Hurricanes that have devastated the Gulf Coast of the U.S. and the Caribbean, and the Earthquake that hit central Mexico, have affected millions of lives. The National Council of Structural Engineers (NCSEA) expresses deep concern and sympathy for those devastated by these natural disasters. NCSEA is ready to help and support the first responders, second responders and volunteers who are answering the call to help their …

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