The NSPE Fellow Program is a national program intended to recognize deserving professional engineers who have demonstrated long term professional service at the chapter, state and national levels of NSPE.  The NSPE Board of Directors established the Fellow recognition program to honor those licensed members who have demonstrated exemplary service to the profession, the Society, and the community. A complete listing of NSPE Fellows is available .
Involvement in NSPE must include holding at least one elected office at the chapter, state, or national level and must also include service at the national level of NSPE in order for nominees to be considered. National level service can include a number of activities such as regional service, committee/task force chair or member. While it is desirable to have held an office at the National level, importance is placed on long term active involvement. The Council of Fellows Executive Committee endeavors to treat each nomination on its own merits and tries not to restrict itself by generating a list of activities that would qualify. However, it is recommended that the nominee have ten (10) years or more of active service and involvement at all levels, i.e., national, state chapter/local.
NOTE: This is the most critical information about the nominee to be included on the nomination form. The Council of Fellows Executive Committee looks for service at all levels (chapter/state/national) and this service needs to be clearly detailed on the nomination form. To this end, Part 1 of the nomination form must include a detailed list of the nominees service at the chapter, state and national levels, including dates of service.
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