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Indiana Professional Engineer (IPE) Journal

The current issue of the Indiana Professional Engineer is available to the public free of charge!

IPE Journal - September/October 2014

Past issues of the IPE are available at no cost as a benefit to ISPE members, but will cost $25 per issue for non-members.
If you are not an ISPE member and wish to obtain a copy of a particular issue listed below, please send a check for $25.00 made payable to ISPE, to P.O. Box 20806, Indianapolis, IN 46220. Your issue will be mailed promptly to you upon receipt of your check.

The following table of contents highlights the main articles and columns from past issues of the publication.

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

July/August 2014

  • P.1 - Registration Board News
  • P.2 - President's Message
  • P.3 - The Softside of Engineering Column, The Awareness-Understanding-Commitment-Action Cascade, by Stuart Walesh, Ph.D., P.E.
  • P.4 - Getting Better Column, Meeting the Proposed CO2 Reduction Requirements, by Ray W. Wilson, P.E.
  • P.5 - Code Corner, by Michael R. Fink, P.E.-L.S.
  • P.5 - Central Indiana Chapter Upcoming Meetings
  • P.7 - Fire Safety - What You Should Know About Performance-Based Fire Protection Design, Chris Jelenewicz, P.E.
  • P.8 - NSPE National Meeting in DC
  • P.11 - Blue Ribbon Panel on Transportation Infrastructure
  • P.14 - Walker Designs Two Award Winning Parking Garages
  • P.15 - Author of PE Thriller Speaks on Engineers in Popular Entertainment, PE Leadership
  • P.16 - What is a Racing Engineer?

May/June 2014

  • P.1 - Registration Board News
  • P.2 - President's Message
  • P.3 - The Softside of Engineering Column, A Way to Look at the Organization in Which You Want to Effect, by Stuart Walesh, Ph.D., P.E.
  • P.4 - Getting Better Column, The Most Important Problem in Human History, by Ray W. Wilson, P.E.
  • P.5 - Code Corner, by Michael R. Fink, P.E.-L.S.
  • P.6 - Central Indiana Meeting - Dig It, Digging an 8-Mile Tunnel 250 Feet Underground to handle Indianapolisí Combined Sewage Problem
  • P.7 - Fire Safety - Understanding How Humans Behave during Emergencies is Important, Chris Jelenewicz, PE,
  • P.12 - PSPE Update
  • P.13 - ISPE Educational Foundation Request for Contributions
  • P.14-15 - ISPE Announces 2014-2015 Executive Board

March/April 2014

  • P.1 - Registration Board News
  • P.2 - President's Message
  • P.3 - The Softside of Engineering Column, Resistance to Change, by Stuart Walesh, Ph.D., P.E.
  • P.4 - Getting Better Column, Energizing Indiana, by Ray W. Wilson, P.E.
  • P.5 - Code Corner, by Michael R. Fink, P.E.-L.S.
  • P.7 - Fire Safety Column - Survey Shows Americans Recognize Risk of Fire to Older Adults Chris Jelenewicz, P.E.
  • P.7 - 15 FREE PDHs
  • P.8 - PSPE Update
  • P.8 - Central Indiana Tours ZIPP
  • P.9 - FE & PE Exam Prep
  • P.9 - UPS Discount for ISPE Members
  • P.10 - Business News for PEs
  • P.11 - Attention All Young Engineers - Getting Involved
  • P.11 - Society of Women Engineers Celebrates Women's History Month
  • P.12 - ISPE Educational Foundation Request for Contributions

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