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Continuing Education Conference at the University of Utah

The Utah Society of Professional Engineers, NSPE-UT, is pleased to announce the 2022 Continuing Education Conference for all Utah Professional Engineers (PEs).

This event is presented in partnership with Utah DOPL, University of Utah Engineering Alumni Association and GoEngineer. It is free to all licensed Utah PEs and will include informative engineering-related content from knowledgeable presenters in several discipline areas. PEs can receive PDHs toward re-licensure for sessions they attend.

For the first time, the conference will be broadcast via Zoom Webinar for those who cannot attend in person and to reach those who live away from the Wasatch Front – please register to receive a link to the broadcast.

We encourage you to take a moment to review the agenda and register for the conference and hope to see you there!



Date: Saturday, May 14, 2022
Location: University of Utah, WEB LL104 & Catmull Gallery
Warnock Engineering Building
72 S Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Cost: Free Attendance
Credits: Attendees will receive 1 CE credit for each hour of presentations attended
(PDH’s available)
Lunch: $10.00 at the door; USPE members eat free
We are grateful to the USPE 2022 Sponsors



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7:30am Check-In
8:00am Colonel (retired) Don Summit PE PhD – Lessons Learned from Combat Engineering Experiences in Iraq
9:00am Morgan Barron, Department of Defense Ground Vehicle System Center – The Role of Modeling and Simulation in the Electrification of Military Vehicles
10:00am Candice Hasenyager PE, Director, Division of Water Resources, Department of Natural Resources – State of the Water in Utah
11:00am Erik Neemann, GIS Analyst at UGRC– GIS Map Data, Resources, and Applications for Engineers
12:00pm Lunch Break

  • Box Lunches Available (Please RSVP)
    • Presenters and Active NSPE-UT members – Free
    • $10 (venmo or credit card only)
  • Order of the Engineer Ceremony
    • Ring cost and separate registration required to participate
1:00pm John A Palmer, Ph.D., P.E., C.F.E.I., Palmer Engineering and Forensics, Aging Power Distribution Infrastructure: Hazards and Management
2:00pm Blake Leonelli, Waste Management, Waste-streams in Utah, How Engineers Influence Sustainability
3:00pm Eric Llewellyn PE, Infinity Corrosion – Corrosion Engineering Basics and Project Considerations
4:00pm Dr. Ramesh Goel, University of Utah – Perfluorinated Compounds in the Environment: Sources, Implications and Management

For additional questions, please contact Chelsie Armstrong at