Welcome to the Utah Engineers Council (UEC) Website! What is UEC? The UEC is an umbrella organization of 16 different local chapters and sections of engineering societies. The members of the council are the local sections and chapters. The purpose of the UEC is to advance the art and science of engineering and to provide a forum for communication between the varying engineering societies.
We would like to thank all those who attended our banquet on February 22, 2014. It was a great success and Dr. Warnock was a fascinating speaker. To view our award winners, click here.
UEC is currently involved in the following activities:
Publishes an annual Journal
Organizes an annual awards banquet for E-Week where outstanding engineers are recognized, as well as the MESA teacher of the year.
Provides an engineering scholarship to four deserving college students
UEC Member Societies: AAEE, ACEC-Utah, AIAA, ASCE, ASHRAE, ASME, ASPE, AWWA, IEEE, ITE, SAME, SEAU, SWE, UCEA, UCLS
Affiliate Members: EWB-GSL, GOED (Governor's Office of Economic Development)
The Utah Engineers Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
We would like to thank our sustaining partner, Van Cott, for their continued support of our organization. Please visit them on their website at http://www.vancott.com/
We would like to thank our banquet sponsor, Adobe, for their generous support of our 2014 Annual Awards Banquet.
We would like to thank Ferguson Enterprises for their support as a Gold Level Sponsor. Please visit them on their website at www.ferguson.com.
We would like to thank Varian for their continued support.
If you have any questions about UEC or would like to make a donation, please contact us. We are currently looking for sponsors for our scholarlship fund as well as ongoing support for the UEC. We have different levels of sponsorship and your company would be recognized as a sponsor. We would love to hear from you. Click below for more information:
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