WHO WE ARE
The Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE-WI) is the only society in Wisconsin which represents all branches of engineering. We are the only active, established organization devoting its entire effort to the professional, ethical, economic, political and social aspects of engineering.
When you join NSPE and NSPE-WI, and participate at the local "grass roots" level, you join forces with more than 65,000 fellow engineers across the country who have broadened their professional horizons from the narrow day-to-day confines of making a living to the wider and more rewarding concepts of the profession to which you belong.
HISTORY and TRADITION
For over fifty-five years, the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE-WI) has been a leading voice for Professional Engineers throughout Wisconsin Promoting excellence in engineering. As a state society of the National Society of Professional Engineers, NSPE-WI offers three key benefits to our members: Advocacy, Education and Networking.
A 90-page history of NSPE-WI celebrating the 50-year anniversary was compiled in 1994.
1994 Golden Anniversary 50 Years of Dedicated Service to The Engineering Profession in Wisconsin
During the year, our members have chances to renew friendships and celebrate their many accomplishments through our many networking opportunities. The Wisconsin Society operates within the state as an affiliate of the National Society, and is divided geographically along county lines into eight chapter regions. These chapters actively pursue the objectives of the society at the city, county and local district levels. Chapters generally meet once a month to discuss a wide range of engineering issues. For more information, visit Chapter Leadership.
Membership in NSPE-WI provides:
A strong involvement in legislative and government affairs at all levels.
Profession-wide leadership on selected professional issues of importance to all segments of engineering.
An exciting program of benefits and services that meets member needs.
Promotes public understanding and acceptance of the roles of engineers and engineering in our society.
A high level of professionalism and technical competence in the practice of engineering, with special emphasis on public health, welfare and safety