Advancing the Practice of Structural Engineering
June 2019
Could an NCSEA Grant Kickstart Your SEA's Next Project?
The NCSEA Grant Program was developed in 2015 to award SEAs funding for projects that grow and promote their SEA and the structural engineering field in accordance with the NCSEA Mission Statement: NCSEA advances the practice of structural engineering by representing and strengthening its Member Organizations.
Any NCSEA Member Organization or member of a Member Organization is eligible to submit a grant application, as long as the application has been reviewed and approved by the Member Organization. 
Past Grant recipients have used their funds to support endeavors as hosting symposiums and networking events for members, ehancing mentoring programs, setting up Engineering for the Arts initiatives, and updating dated studies. Some SEAs used their grants to purchase items that could be used to enhance their outreach efforts.
Click here for more information about the 2019 Grant Program and to submit your proposal.
Join NCSEA for a special screening of the film   Leaning Out   and a  Q&A  with the World Trade Center’s lead structural engineer, Leslie E. Robertson, a man who oversaw the construction of the tallest building on the planet at the time, and is haunted by its collapse and the events of 9/11. Leaning Out is a film about innovation, wind engineering, and visionary collaborations. 

Registration  to this screening includes a Q&A with Les Robertson moderated by James Malley,  Degenkolb .

Attendees will earn 1 Diamond Review-Approved continuing education hour.
Your SEA Needs YOU for NCSEA's Public Outreach Challenge
The NCSEA Communications Committee invites you to participate in the very first Member Organization Public Outreach Challenge to inform and educate other industries, professions, and the general public about Structural Engineering! Your SEA can help improve the visibility and recognition of practicing structural engineers with outreach through news articles, videos, blogs, and any other creative content to spread the message about our profession and its critical role in society. Click here to learn more!
SEAOI recently sent out a call-to-action to their members, rally up your own members with a similar message!
Engagement and Equity in the Structural Engineering Profession
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 1:00 to 5:00pm | Anaheim, CA
This half-day program is the first Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3) symposium to be held in conjunction with a national engineering conference, the 2019 NCSEA Summit . This event is for engineers of all levels, business owners, human resource managers, and anyone within the AEC industry who is interested in promoting dialogue on engagement and equity in the structural engineering profession. Click here to learn more about this exciting event! Registration can be purchased separately or as an add on to your Summit registration.
NCSEA's 2019 Structural Engineering Summit
Your opportunity to mix fun, structural engineering & the magic of Disney!
The 2019 Summit is taking place at the  Disneyland Hotel  in Anaheim, California.  NCSEA has secured group rates at the Disneyland Hotel as well as Disney's Grand Californian. Rooms are available before and after the Summit  (per hotel availability) , giving you the option to fit in some leisure time.  Join us for education and networking, but also for a little fun in the sun!  Rooms are being reserved quicker than ever before, don't miss your opportunity   –  Book Your Stay at the  Disneyland®  Hotel

The complete schedule is online now. Visit www.ncsea.com to see what to look forward to at the 2019 Summit!
Call for Information
We'd love to hear about your SEA! Have you hosted an event recently that you'd like to share with the rest of the organization? Are you hosting an upcoming event that you would like featured in Structural Connection or NCSEA News? Please   let us know! 
As our mission statement states, we are here to represent and strengthen YOU and YOUR SEA. But in order to do so we need a little help. If you have any news, events, or accomplishments you'd like to share, please reach out to Dana Long at dlong@ncsea.com .
Also, remember to add your upcoming events to NCSEA's Calendar. Just visit this link   and fill out the details of your event, it is really that easy!
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Upcoming Webinars
All NCSEA live webinars, listed below, offer 1.5 hours of continuing education credits. Most NCSEA webinars are Diamond Reviewed and accepted for SE continuing education in all 50 states. Please review the webinar description to check the Diamond Review Status. To view other upcoming webinars, click here.

July 11, 2019
John Hochwalt, P.E.

July 18, 2019
Leslie Earl Robertson, P.E., C.E., S.E., D.Sc., D.Eng. and James Malley, Degenkolb

July 25, 2019
John Hochwalt, P.E.

August 6, 2019
Jeff Ellis, P.E., S.E., SECB
Subscribe to education with NCSEA's Live & Recorded Webinar Subscription. This recently improved plan includes:

  • 25+ live webinars a year featuring high-quality speakers.
  • Receive an unlimited number of free CE certificates for each webinar; multiple viewers at the same location can receive credit for every live webinar w/ no additional costs.
  • Unlimited 24/7/365 access to NCSEA's Recorded Webinar Library
  • NCSEA's Education Portal provides easy access to all of your education content, including:
  • Purchase history
  • Earned Certificates to track your PDHs
Recorded Webinars can be purchased here.