Registration for 2017 Christian Engineering Conference (CEC) is now open! Our conference immediately follows the ASEE Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio. We seek to deepen our insights and strengthen our collective outreach and witness as we engage in structured conversations about the engineering profession from a Christian perspective.
Registration fees are $75 per person for the entire conference for CES members or $100 per person for nonmembers. Costs go up after May 15, so please plan to register by then. Registration is now open at:
More detailed information about the conference can be found in the attachment (or click here).
The officers of the formally organized Christian Engineering Society have determined our membership guidelines, which are posted on the CES website.
The guidelines provide for individuals to become members of the society and for institutional membership. We will continue to publish the website and newsletter for anyone interested, even if not an official member. However, we hope you will prayerfully consider joining the society in a formal way to show your commitment and interest to this important subject. In order to encourage this, we have set the membership dues at a very low amount compared to most other professional societies. We now have two options for you to make the membership purchase. You can send a check to our treasurer, or you can subscribe via PayPal.
US citizens can also make a tax-deductible donation to the society, either by sending a check, or by using the Pay Pal link on the main page.
Questions or comments? Feel free to contact any of the four officers.
If there is a project or activity at your institution/organization that relates engineering with faith, missions and/or service, we’d like to include it in a future CES newsletter. Please contact Ted Song (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Steve VanderLeest (Steven.H.VanderLeest at gmail dot com) with a description of the project/activity. Thanks!
This newsletter is a publication of the Christian Engineering Society , distributed no more than once per month. You can sign up to receive an email notification when a new newsletter is available. Ted Song of John Brown University is the moderator and editor of the newsletter. Sometimes email filters will block mass distributions like the newsletter announcement, so be sure you whitelist the address "email@example.com" to allow the newsletter announcement to get through.
If you have questions about the newsletter, send an email to Ted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Society members are encouraged to submit announcements and contribute articles! (Editor reserves the right to make final decision on inclusion of all content.)
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