When a surveyor retires, a wealth of knowledge goes with them. Mix that reality with the fact that there is not necessarily a sufficient stream of incoming surveyors to replace their aging predecessors and it becomes clear that action must be taken.
I came to know David Griffin in 1997, when I moved my family from Tampa to Birmingham to join a national engineering and surveying firm that had opened its first office east of the Mississippi just the year before.
Henry Nass loves numbers, especially prime numbers. He’s also an advocate for teaching math skills, and he keeps finding creative ways of calling attention to the numbers around us in hopes of kindling more interest in the study of mathematics.
Your article from [GeoDataPoint, December 2016] elicited a couple of comments.
From your article, Shannon Doyle, GISP, highlighted a number of different ways one might go about defining a professional of any kind.