September in Review: Celebrating History, Looking Forward to Conferences
A look at the top headlines of the month.
As we prepare to flip the page on the calendar, we take a look at the top headlines on POB for the month of September.
- GEIC Gives Attendees Chance to Expand Business Knowledge: Networking and session speakers highlight the conference on Nov. 13-14 in Alexandria, Va.
- Intergeo 2013 Focuses on Economic, Political Issues: Organizers expect 16,000 people from 80 countries to attend the event in Essen, Germany, on Oct. 8-10, with approximately 500 exhibitors displaying 600 products.
- David Widmer Chosen President-Elect of NCEES: The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying delegates chose David Widmer, PLS, as the organization’s president-elect.
- United Nations Honors Jack Dangermond: The Esri co-founder received the 2013 Champions of the Earth award from the U.N.
- Charles Mason Receives Memorial Stone at Burial Site: The Surveyors Rendezvous dedicated an original boundary stone from the Mason-Dixon Line in his memory at Christ Church Burial Ground in Philadelphia.
In addition, check out all the articles in the September 2013 issue of POB.