Welcome to the Panhandle Chapter of TSPE!
The Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) is a state society of the National Society of Professional Engineers. TSPE was founded in 1936 to serve the interests of the individual engineer in Texas across all branches of engineering. Composed of 25 local chapters and eight student chapters, TSPE is the only active, established organization devoting its entire effort to the professional, ethical, economic, social and political aspects of engineering in Texas. The Panhandle Chapter of TSPE is located in Region I.
Our mission is to promote the ethical, competent and licensed practice of engineering, and to enhance the professional, social and economic well being of our members through networking opportunities, political action at the state and local levels, and student outreach.
The Panhandle Chapter will be hosting our local MATHCOUNTS exhibition on Saturday morning, February 12th, 2022. This year's official competition being conducted virtually on February 17th, 2022.
Please plan on attending this spring's IEEE Seminar on Thursday, March 24th, 2022.
Fourth Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament tentatively scheduled for October 21st, 2022 at Tascosa Golf Club.
Congratulations to all of our newly elected 2021/2022 Current Officers!
Registration now open for the Third Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament at Tascosa Golf Club's La Paloma Course on October 22nd, 2021.
Congratulations to David Salas, P.E. and Matthew Shields, P.E. on being recognized as the 2021 EOY/YEOY.
$9,500 presented to Matt Jackson, Ph.D. for the WTAMU Engineering Endowment Scholarship Fund (Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament).
In all engineering disciplines, the professional engineer, (PE) license is one of the most important credentials an engineer can obtain. Since the path to licensure ideally begins in the final year of college, TSPE created a video explaining why you should start planning for licensure now and what steps are required to become a PE. This is a great video if you are a soon to be graduate of an engineering discipline, already an EIT, or just want to enjoy a short video about the importance of being a PE. Please feel free to share the video and enjoy!
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