National Institute of Ceramic EngineersPublished on October 6th, 2013 | By: firstname.lastname@example.org
ACerS/NICE is the premier ceramic engineering professional organization. All members may join NICE at no additional cost. Not a NICE Member yet? Contact customer service at email@example.com and they can add NICE to your membership.
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ACerS/NICE is the lead organization for accreditation of collegiate programs in glass and ceramic engineering through the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). This includes working with TMS to evaluate materials science and engineering programs with specialties or emphasis in ceramics. ACerS/NICE holds a seat on the ABET Board of Directors and has a representative on the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC).
The American Ceramic Society’s National Institute of Ceramic Engineers (ACerS/NICE) appoints a liaison to the TMS Professional Engineering Exam Committee, which writes and administers the Professional Engineering examination in metallurgical and materials engineering. The exam is offered through NCEES, the organization responsible for professional licensure for engineers in the United States. Download a list of Professional Engineers. If you are a registered Professional Engineer and would like to be added to this list, contact Marcia Stout.
|2013-14 ACerS/NICE Officers||
Past President (’13-’14): Kristen Brosnan
Past President (’12-’13): Olivia Graeve
Past President (’11-’12): Geoff Brennecka
Past President (’10-’11): Alex Cozzi
Past President (’09-’10): Beth Judson
Past President (’08-’09): Kathleen Richardson
Past President (’07-’08): Edmund Moore
President: Kathy Lu
NICE Rules: updated September 2014
Order of the Engineer
NICE members are eligible for awards given out during the Annual Meeting. Learn more about The Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture, Greaves-Walker Award and Schwartzwalder-PACE Award in the Awards section.
Engineering and Science Hall of Fame: Nominations Due April 30th
Would you like to nominate someone for enshrinement in The Engineering and Science Hall of Fame, an international non-profit organization honoring persons who have made outstanding contributions to our field. If so, please check out the attached letter and nomination form.
ABET – EAC Commissioner
ABET Board Member
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