Page 1 of the T echnologist September 2004 The Technology Alliance of Central New York www.TACNY.org 3 2003-2004 Officers List and election results, Page 15 3 Upcoming Lectures, Page 15 3 Website of the Month, Page 16 3 Science Olympiad Info, Page 16 3 Organizational Spotlight: ISA, Page 17 3 SECME Update, Page 17 The Technology Alliance of CNY has been reporting on technical excellence since 1903. Vol. 7 No 1 September 2004 The Syracuse Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers www.ewh.ieee.org/r1/syracuse 3 Events and Local News, Page 2 3 Seeds For Science Info, Page 3 3 Online News, Page 4 3 Joint Meeting on Entrepreneurs, Page 5 3 Call for Abstracts: Workshop on Sensor Networks, Page 6 3 Sweet Lecture, Page 7 The Syracuse Section of the National Society of Professional Engineers www.CNYPE.org 3 President 9s Message, Page 8 3 Engineering Expo, Pages 8 - 11 3 So, You want to be an engineer?, Page 12 3 Website, Supporters, & Board meeting information, Page 13 The Central New York Association of Professional Geologists www.CNYAPG.org 3 Our President 9s Voice, Page 14 3 2004-2005 Board of Directors Info, Page 14 3 Calendar of Events, Page 14 SYRACUSE ... more. less.
AREA TECHNICAL SOCIETIES COUNCIL ACM - Association of Computing Machinery Gerry T.<br><br> Volger Chair 433-1904 ACS - American Chemical Society Steven Keller Chair AFE - Association of Facilities Engineers Nick Kochan Pres. 455-7061 AFS - American Foundryman's Society Kevin Walker Chair 477-5151 AIA - American Institute of Architects Jamie Wiliams Pres. 476-8371 AIAA - American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics John E.<br><br> LaGraff Chair AIChE - American Institute of Chemical Engineers Suresh Santanam Chair 655-8161 x 340 AIHA - American Industrial Hygene Association Tom McGiff Pres. 607-255-5835 ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers Matt Millias P.E. Pres.<br><br> 451-9560 ASHRAE - American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, & Air Conditioning David Wildrick Chair 446-1375 ASM - American Society for Metals Jeff Zerilli Chair 607-533-7000 ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers David Colangelo Chair 451-9560 ASPE - American Society of Plumbing Engineers Christopher De John Pres. 471-6061 ASQ - American Society for Quality Davis B. Smith Chair 652-5689-1024 ASSE - American Society of Safety Engineers Jerry Clark Chair 445-4536 CNYAIHA - CNY American Industrial Hygene Association Steve Valentine Chair 455-0224 CNYSLS - CNY Society of Land Surveyors Robert Green Conact 428-4358 CNYTEA - CNY Technology Education Association Thomas A.<br><br> Frawley Pres. 592-5791 FLSA - Finger Lakes Sanitarians Association Lary Duchaney Chair 445-1597 IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Joe Cuker Pres. 637-9755 IES - Illuminating Engineering Society Chad Loomis Pres.<br><br> 476-8311 ISMC - International Society for Measurement & Control Steve Burrell Pres. 445-5555 LCSEAA - LC Smith Engineering Alumni Association Kelly Thompson Contact 678-2171 NSPE - National Society of Professional Engineers Michael R. Hayes, P.E.<br><br> Pres 455 2000 NYSAPLS - NYS Assoc. of Professional Land Surveyors Robert S. Green Chair 428-4358 NYSATE - NYS Association of Transportation Engineers Mary Clements Pres.<br><br> 428-4627 SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers Angie Errico Chair 432-4363 SAS - Syracuse Astronomical Society Stu Foster Pres. 492-9118 SBE - Society of Broadcast Engineers Vincent Lopez Pres. 472-6800 SFPE - Society of Fire Protection Engineers Dennis McCarty Pres.<br><br> 716-599-4238 SME - Society of Manufacturing Engineers Sam Waite Chair 432-0700 SWE - Society of Women Engineers Susan Weaver Pres. 432-0506 Includes information for the Syracuse Sections of the IEEE, NSPE, and the CNYAPG . Page 2 of the T echnologist September 2004 SYRACUSE SECTION Meeting Information O ur Executive Committee Meetings are held on the first Friday of the month and are open to all members.<br><br> T he next meeting will be at the Genesee Inn at noon Friday 9/17 Minutes are available online at http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r1/syracuse/meet.htm Check out the all new Syracuse Section website: http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r1/syracuse/ IEEE CONTACT INFORMATION IEEE Operations Center http://www.ieee.org 445 Hoes Lane Piscataway NJ 08855-0331 Switchboard: +1 732 981 0060 IEEE Regional Activities BOOKMARK THIS! Check out our Section Calendar at http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r1/syracuse/cal.htm for additions, updates and directions to meetings. This includes meetings that we have not been able to add to the Technologist due to scheduling.<br><br> The Syracuse Section will add meetings for other organizations where IEEE members are invited and link to your web page. Don't have a web site for your organization? We will include the information on ours for related technical societies.<br><br> Contact Don Herres at email@example.com. Technologist Those members who need to CHANGE CONTACT INFO on file with the IEEE, including e-mail addresses, should do so at: <http://www.ieee.org/membership/coa.xml> September 17 noon IEEE Section open to all members Genesee Inn, Syracuse Executive Committee Meeting Don Herres ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) September 17 & 18 6:30 PM IEE IEEE Members invited Schenectady Museum Schenectady, NY "Empire District Elec- tricians" - a historical review Don Herres ( email@example.com ) October 19 through PE Exams in March 6:00 - 8:00 PM ASME Syracuse Section cosponsored by IEEE Section C&S Engineers 499 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd.<br><br> N. Syracuse Review Courses for PE Licensing Exams Fred Wenthen (firstname.lastname@example.org ) November 12 8:30 - 5:00 IEEE Rochester Section AES/COM Golisano Auditorium, RIT Rochester, NY 1st IEEE Upstate NY Workshop on Communications and Networking Wendi Heinzelman (email@example.com r.edu) November 15 8 AM - 5 M IEEE & ASCE, NSPE, ASME Holiday Inn Liverpool, NY CNY Engineering Expo 2004 Mike Hayes ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Page 3 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Page 4 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist The Institute Online 1. IEEE Honors Technology Innovators This year's IEEE Honors Ceremony celebrated at least four milestones.<br><br> For the first time, women received the IEEE Founders and John von Neumann medals, it was the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the IEEE Edison Medal, and the Eta Kappa Nu scholastic honor society, which counts many IEEE members among its ranks, reached its centennial year, as well. 2. Web Site Helps Choose the Right Publications Package Discover IEEE is a relatively new section of the IEEE Web site that helps you choose the best publications package for your needs from among the eight packages that the IEEE offers online.<br><br> After you answer three questions about your intended use of the technical papers, Discover IEEE will provide you with a list of up to four possible choices. 3. Grants Have Global Reach In June, the IEEE Foundation awarded three grants totaling US$36 950 for projects designed to provide engineers and engineering students across the world with information on the leading edge of technology.<br><br> 4. IEEE Foundation Receives US$100 000 Bequest IEEE Life Fellow and renowned power systems expert Charles Concordia bequeathed US$100 000 to the IEEE Foundation after his death on 25 December 2003. Concordia, who was known as an engineers' engineer, wanted the funds to be invested in education to advance his profession through academic study.<br><br> 5. Conference Takes On Global Military Communications The next generation of global military communications will capture most of the attention at this year's Military Communications Conference, better known as MILCOM. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, the meeting will take place from 31 October to 3 November at the Monterey Conference Center in California, USA.<br><br> 6. Proceedings from 2003 Military Communications Conference Now Available The proceedings of last year's IEEE military communications conference address topics that include overcoming communications complexity, satellite communications, sensor and mobile networks, communications security, ultrawideband communications, and networking protocols. 7.<br><br> Try IEEE Products and Services at Wescon Visit the IEEE booth at Wescon 2004, being held from 21-23 September in Anaheim, Calif., USA. IEEE staff will be demonstrating the Member Digital Library, Standards Online, and more. The IEEE Press will also have a large selection of Wiley-IEEE books offered at a 20 percent conference discount.<br><br> IEEE Sales and Marketing will give door prizes and gifts to those attending the demonstrations. 8. Call for Speakers at the 2005 IEEE Sections Congress The IEEE Sections Congress 2005 Program Committee is accepting nominations for session speakers.<br><br> The meeting is to be held 14-17 October 2005 in Tampa, Fla., USA. The theme of the event, "Promoting a World-Class Volunteer Community," will highlight three program tracks on membership, section operations, and relations between IEEE sections and internal and external organizations and the community. Submit nominations by 15 September.<br><br> To nominate a speaker, visit <http://www.ieee.org/sc2005>. Page 5 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Entrepreneurs So you want to be an entrepreneur? Come to this meeting to learn about some of the cins d and couts d of starting and running your own business.<br><br> Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 Topic: Entrepreneurship for Engineers and Innovators Speaker: Michael H. Morris, PhD Ms. Nola Miyasaki, JD Location: Genesee Inn 1060 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY Schedule: 5:30 P.M.<br><br> - cocktails 6:00 P.M. 3 dinner 7:00 P.M. 3 presentation Cost: $15.00 $5.00 3 IEEE Students plus one guest Reservations: Mike Hayes Phone: (315) 468-0182 3 home (315) 455-2000 3 office Email: email@example.com Reservations are requested by Monday, September 20, 2004 at noon.<br><br> Please specify choice of beef or vegetarian. Michael H. Morris, PhD, holds the Chris J.<br><br> Witting Chair in Entrepreneurship and leads the Department of Entre- preneurship and Emerging Enterprise at Syracuse University. Widely published and recognized for his teaching, Dr. Morris started two ventures and has received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.<br><br> Nola N. Miyasaki, JD, is executive director of the Michael J. Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship in the The Mar- tin J.<br><br> Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. In this role she takes the lead in outreach initiatives of the EEE (Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises) Program and works to commercialize opportunities for technologies developed at Syracuse. She brings to her role in the Falcone Center extensive experience in managing a highly successful incubator and in facilitating technology development and entrepreneurship.<br><br> Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting. JOINT MEETING Page 6 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Page 7 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist & Sweet Lecture Is your computer bugging you? Come to this meeting to hear the latest about personal computers from Mr.<br><br> Al Fasoldt, one of Central New York 9s foremost computer experts. Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 Topic: PC Update Speaker: Mr. Al Fasoldt Location: Verizon 201 South State Street, Syracuse, NY (use Fayette Street entrance, check in with guard) Schedule: 6:00 P.M.<br><br> 3 presentation Cost: FREE Reservations: Mr. Craig Cobb, PE Phone: (315) 448-2025 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reservations are required by Friday, September 24, 2004 at 5 PM. Mr.<br><br> Fasoldt is the computer columnist for the Syracuse Post Standard newspaper. Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting. Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers Life Member & Computer Chapters Page 8 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist CENTRAL CHAPTER NY STATE SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS President's Message - Mike Hayes, P.E.<br><br> As a reminder, please mark your calendars now. We will be offering a one-day seminar on Monday, November 15, 2004 (Engineering Expo 2004) at the Holiday Inn on Electronics Parkway in Liverpool that will provide 6 PDHs. There will be multiple tracks for the various engineering disciplines.<br><br> See the in- formation later in this newsletter for more details. Look for more information in future newsletters and on our website, http://www.cnype.org/ . We have tried to pick speakers and topics that will be of interest to you.<br><br> While this event is aimed at PEs, it is open to anyone who is interested. We are also looking for corporate sup- port for this seminar. We are asking companies to become exhibitors, sponsors, or patrons.<br><br> See the registra- tion forms later in the newsletter. We will be having our traditional meeting at Syracuse University explaining why people should become Pro- fessional Engineers and the procedures for doing so. We have invited Ms.<br><br> Jane W. Blair, PE, Executive Secre- tary, NY State Education Department, Office of the Professions to speak. See further information below.<br><br> The 2004 NYSSPE Fall Convention & Expo will be held November 12-13, 2004 at the Albany Marriott, Albany, NY. PDHs will be offered. Yes, it 9s unfortunately the weekend before our Central New York Engineering Expo 2004.<br><br> More details will be forthcoming. The Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE) web site (www.pie-cpc.org) is now up and running. This web site is still a work in progress, but there is some useful information there now.<br><br> It 9s being continually updated. Finally, there will be a cBuild 8em and Bust 8em d event at Syracuse University, probably on November 20, 2004. Students from 4 th through 12 th grades will build structures that will be evaluated for structural strength and design quality.<br><br> There will also be an on-site event. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE 2004 CNY ENGINEERING EXPO On November 15, 2004 your Chapter is presenting an engineering exposition covering topics from a variety of engineering disciplines which can earn attendees up to a total of 6 PDHs from the classes they select. Due to the voluntary donations of instructor 9s time, the cost is only $75 per person and includes a luncheon as well as vendor 9s exhibitions.<br><br> Cosponsors include ASCE, ASME, IEEE and NSPE. Details of the EXPO are given on the next three pages. For further information call Mike Hayes, PE at (315) 455-2000, email@example.com.<br><br> NEWSLETTER September, 2004 Page 9 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Monday - November 15 , 2004 - Holiday Inn, Electronics Pkwy & 7th North St., Syracuse, NY For more information, call Mike Hayes, PE at (315) 455-2000 Civil Mechanical Electrical Professional General Interest Sponsored by ASCE Sponsored by ASME Sponsored by IEEE Sponsored by NSPE Sponsored by (TBD) 8:15 - 9:15 Spill Prevention & Control - Bill Frye, C&S Engineers - 1.0 PDH 8:15 - 10:30 Basic Mechani- cal Failure Analysis - Neville W. Sachs, PE, Sachs, Salvaterra & Associ- ates - 2.0 PDH for PE 8:15 - 9:15 2005 NEC Up- date - Neil LaBrake Jr., PE, National Grid - 1.0 PDH 8:15 - 9:15 Forensic Engi- neering - John Buchta, JDR Systems - 1.0 PDH for PE 8:15 - 10:30 Building Code of NY State - Fire Protection Require- ments - Michael J. Klemenz, PE, Davis-Ulmer Sprinkler Co.<br><br> - 2.0 PDH for PE 9:30 - 10:30 Advancements in FRP Wraps - Dr. Riyad Aboutaha, Syracuse Univer- sity-1.0 PDH for PE 9:30 - 10:30 Transformer Fusing - Vincent J. Brown III.<br><br> V.J. Brown Co. - 1.0 PDH for PE 9:30 - 11:45 Ethics - Dick Simberg, PE (ret.) - 2.0 PDH for PE 10:45 - 11:45 Tunneling/ Deep Shaft Construction - AJ McGinn, Brierley Asso- ciates - 1.0 PDH for PE 10:45 - 11:45 Finite Element Analysis -"Joe Smith" - CADimensions - 1.0 PDH for PE 10:45 - 11:45 Photo-Voltaic Power Systems - Dr.<br><br> Gay Canough, ETMSolar 1.0 PDH for PE 10:45 - 11:45 Queuing Theory - Jim Alloway - 1.0 PDH for PE Networking Luncheon & Visit Display Booths (Convention Center) 1:15 - 2:15 Dynamic Pile Testing - Tom Cronin, PE, Atlantic Testing Laborato- ries - 1.0 PDH for PE 1:15 - 3:30 ASHRAE 90.1 - Tony Egan, "ABC Co." - 2.0 PDH for PE 1:15 - 2:15 Electrical Grounding - Mr. John How- ard, Lyncole - 1.0 PDH for PE 1:15 - 2:15 Engineering Law - Neal Illenberg, PE - 1.0 PDH for PE 1:15 - 2:15 RF/Microwave Trans- mission Lines at Higher Frequen- cies, Dr. Ercument Arvas, Syracuse University - 1.0 PDH for PE 2:30 - 3:30 Insulated Con- crete Forms - Saul Mazur, AH Harris - 1.0 PDH for PE 3:30 - 3:30 Harmonics & Mitigation Methods for AC Drives, R.<br><br> Hoadley, Rock- well Automation - 1.0 PDH 2:30 - 3:30 NY PE Regula- tions, Jane Blair, PE, NYSED - 1.0 PDH for PE 2:30 - 4:45 Physical Security, Chad Barnes C&S Engineers - 2.0 PDH for PE 3:45 - 4:45 Serviceability in High-Performance Con- crete, Dr. Levon Minnetyan, Clarkson University - 1.0 PDH for PE 3:45 - 4:45 Chiller Design, ? Feduik, Carrier - 1.0 PDH for PE 3:45 - 4:45 State of Computer Networking - Craig Cobb, PE, Verizon - 1.0 PDH for PE 3:45 - 4:45 NYS Building Code & Special Inspections - Tom Cronin, PE - Atlantic Testing Laboratories - 1.0 PDH for PE COST: $75 Per Person (reservations received not later than 11/1/04, $95 after) Page 10 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist CENTRAL NEW YORK ENGINEERING EXPO 2004 A Continuing Education Seminar for Engineers and Architects INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION & REGISTRATION Reminder: The Expo will be held on Monday, November 15, 2004 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.<br><br> Registration table opens at 7:30 AM. Holiday Inn 441 Electronics Pkwy Liverpool, NY 13088 Name of individual for registration: ________________________________________________ Organization: __________________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________________ Fax: _____________________________________ Email: ________________________________________________________________________ Please check appropriate box below. q Early Bird registration: $75 Must be postmarked not later than October 29, 2004 q Registration after October 29, 2004: $95 Please indicate which of the five tracks you are most interested in.<br><br> We will use this information to make room assignments. You may attend any individual session you choose. q Civil q Mechanical q Electrical q Professional q Other Payment : Please enclose check.<br><br> Make check payable to: Central Chapter NYSSPE 3 Expo 2004 Mail to: Ms. Alicia Kirkby, C&S Engineers, 499 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd., Syracuse, NY 13212.<br><br> Page 11 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist CENTRAL NEW YORK ENGINEERING EXPO 2004 A Continuing Education Seminar for Engineers and Architects EXHIBITOR & SPONSOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION Reminder: The Expo will be held on Monday, November 15, 2004 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Holiday Inn 441 Electronics Pkwy Liverpool, NY 13088 Name & Title of individual completing this form: Name of individual(s) for registration(s): Organization: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: Exhibitor Only: $200 , includes booth & 1 registration Sponsor Only: $250 , includes listing in program & 2 registrations Patron: $400 , includes booth, listing in program & 3 registrations Please check this box if you will require the use of an electrical outlet. An additional service charge of $30 will apply.<br><br> Please check appropriate box above. Booth set up may start at 6:00 AM on November 15, 2004. Booths are 6 9 x 10 9 including table, chairs, table cloth, and electrical outlet.<br><br> Booths are available on a first come, first served basis. Payment : Please enclose check. Make check payable to: Central Chapter NYSSPE 3 Expo 2004 Send completed registration form to: Ms.<br><br> Alicia Kirkby, firstname.lastname@example.org , C&S Engineers, 499 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd., Syracuse, NY 13212 Page 12 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist So You Want To Be an Engineer: The Ins and Outs of Getting Licensed In NYS A Panel Discussion Sponsored By: CNY State Society of Professional Engineers in cooperation with SU College of Engineering & Computer Science and IEEE Student Chapter ¨¨¨ Exact date not available at time of publication 4please go to www.cnype.org or call John Przepiora, P.E. : 315/479 9111 Pizza & Salad - 5:30 pm, Presentation 6:15 pm Room 369, Link Hall, Syracuse University (Parking will be available at no charge in the SU VIP lot (q4) on College Place adjacent to the Science and Technology Building.) Jane W.<br><br> Blair, P.E. Executive Secretary of the Engineering and Land Surveyor's Licensing Board, NYS Education Department will be our panelist for a discussion of issues relative to the licensing of engineers. Topics will include: Why be licensed?, the application process, the exams (including recent changes), professional discipline, and continuing education for engineers.<br><br> ¨¨¨ The price of $5 will be charged at the door to defray the cost of pizza, and soft drinks. No charge for panel discussion only. Please make a reservation to attend to: John Przepiora, P.E.<br><br> : 315/479 9111, email@example.com Students may also make reservations by contacting Kathy Pollard (443-5192) in the SU Engineering College Dean's Office by October 14. Page 13 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist WEBSITE Check us out at http://www.cnype.org/ . The site is kept up to date and includes the latest on meetings, continuing education and other details of our many professional activities.<br><br> IT IN- CLUDES A COMPLETE AND UPDATED SECTION ON CPC. As with everything else concerning your Society, your comments are most appreciated. THANK YOU We are still seeking donations for our Chapter 9s Scholarship Fund.<br><br> Please consider furthering our efforts to support future engineers. The Chapter scholarship fund is supported by contribu- tions from firms and individuals who take an active interest in the future of our profession. Current contributors include: .<br><br> " Blasland, Bouck and Lee " C&S Engineers Inc. " Clough Harbour " Klepper Hahn & Hyatt, PC " Watkins Environmental Sciences, P.E., P.C. Donations from firms and individuals are welcome and may be sent to: CNYSSPE, c/o Microwave Filter Company, Inc.<br><br> 6743 Kinne Street, E. Syracuse, New York 13057, Attn: Nancy Young. For additional information please contact Carl Fahrenkrug, firstname.lastname@example.org , 438 4 722.<br><br> BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS NSPE members are most cordially invited to attend all board meetings. Meetings are tenta- tively scheduled for noon on the first Thursday of each month. Those wishing to attend should contact Mike Hayes: (315) 455-2000 ext.<br><br> 384; email@example.com to confirm time and date. Page 14 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Our President 9s Voice 3 As the newly elected President I would like to encourage our members and interested guests to join us at our monthly meetings. Over the years I have enjoyed these monthly meetings because they offer me an opportunity to meet other geologists and interesting visitors and to hear interesting speakers.<br><br> Our meetings last year covered geology from Antarctica to Alaska and also covered non-geology subjects like Lewis and Clark 9s expedition. The current board will strive to continue to bring you opportunities to both learn and have a good social time at the monthly meetings. The monthly meetings regularly take place in the evening on the third Thursday of each month.<br><br> The 2004 - 2005 Board of Directors are as follows: Guy Swenson - firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff McKenzie 3 email@example.com Karen Peluso 3 firstname.lastname@example.org Joel Parratt 3 email@example.com Jum Mickam 3 firstname.lastname@example.org Maureen Whalen 3 email@example.com Bill McCune 3 firstname.lastname@example.org Kieran Hosey 3 email@example.com Nathan Pratt 3 firstname.lastname@example.org If you have questions, ideas, or concerns about CNYAPG please do not hesitate to contact us. Guy Swenson A different CNYAPG sponsor 9s ad will be posted in each issue of the Technologist. For more information regarding CNYAPG, please contact Guy Swenson, President (315.437-6100) or email@example.com Membership news 3 For those of you who have not yet renewed your membership, please do so now!<br><br> To renew your membership or become a new member, simply complete the membership form which is available on our website at www.cnyapg.org ! Membership is only $25 per year and all money received is used for these newsletters and our monthly meetings. Future programming 3 CNYAPG is lining up some great programs for 2004-2003.<br><br> If you know a someone who might be willing to be a speaker at one of our programs, please contact Jeff McKenzie (firstname.lastname@example.org 569-6074) or Guy Swenson (email@example.com 437-6100). September 16, 2004 CNYAPG Monthly Dinner Meeting, Speaker and location to be announced. October ?, 2004 CNYAPG Monthly Dinner Meeting, We are working with Syracuse Univer- sity to jointly bring the Geological Society of America Birdsall-Dreiss Lecturer to our meeting.<br><br> A different CNYAPG sponsor 9s ad will be posted in each issue of the Technologist. For more infor- mation regarding CNYAPG, please contact Guy Swenson, President (315.437-6100) or swen- firstname.lastname@example.org Page 15 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Page 16 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Page 17 of the T echnologist September 2004 Technologist Page 18 of the T echnologist September 2004 TIME SENSITIVE MATERIAL POSTMASTER, PLEASE RUSH Recyclable September 2004 T echnologist Distributed to over 1,175 professionals! 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