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Thursday, November 17th "Engineering Ethics and New Developments in PE Certifications"

ASME South Texas Sections welcomes back George Hartmann from the Texas Board of Professional Engineers to talk about changes in Professional Engineering Licensing and provide Ethics Training which satisfies the annual one-hour trtaining resuirement to maintain you PE certification. This is always one of our most popular presentations every year, and we are strictly limited to 90 people in attendance by the venue, so please register early..

George Hartmann has been on the Texas Board of Professional Engineers for 13 years. Prior to joining the Board, he served on the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. He has worked at Huntsman in Austin and served on the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. He was employed at Southwestern Laboratories, Huntingdon, Maxim Technologies and served on the Texas Department of Water Resources / Texas Water Commission. He began his career at Espey, Huston Associates. George has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering from State University of New York (SUNY), and a Bachelors of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College.

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$50 Regular Reservation : $60 at the Door : $15 for Students Only.

Thursday, December 15th "Houston TransStar - Traffic Management, Emergency Management & Much More"

Houston TranStar is a unique partnership of representatives from the City of Houston, Harris County, METRO and TxDOT who share resources and exchange information under one roof to keep motorists informed, roadways clear and lives safe in the fourth most populated city in the United States. Established in 1993, TranStar manages the region's transportation system and is the primary emergency coordination site for state, county and local agencies when responding to large-scale man-made and natural emergencies.

Ben Gillis has volunteered for Houston TranStar since 2009. He hosts guided tours of the Houston TranStar facility, as well as provides Community Outreach and information by representing Houston TranStar via presentations to local public/professional organizations such as ASME. Ben is married and a resident of the Houston area. He is retired following an active career in commercial real estate, and is an Engineering graduate of Texas A&M, College Station. .

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