The Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers will honor an engineer of the year and young engineer of the year Feb. 21 in Breinigsville.
The engineers will be recognized at the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council’s annual banquet, which wraps up National Engineers Week activities in the region. The banquet begins with a social hour at 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Conference Center Lehigh Valley at the junction of Route 100 and Interstate 78 in Breinigsville.
The featured speaker at the banquet is Clinton J. Andrews of Rutgers University, a distinguished Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers lecturer. His topic is climate change and the innovations that are helping.
To register for the banquet, visit www.lvpspe.org/events.
The Lehigh Valley Engineering Council is an umbrella organization for 14 professional societies representing many fields of engineering in the Lehigh Valley.
Council chairman Christopher Blechschmidt and other board members can be contacted through the LVEC website at www.lvengineer.org, which contains other information about the activities of engineering organizations in the Lehigh Valley.