PSLS Reaching New Heights and National Surveyors Week

  • 18 Feb 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online

Registration

  • Not currently a member of PSLS
  • Member of another Professional Association such as PSPE, ACSM, NSPS, etc.
    Registrant may contact PSLS for registration code at psls@psls.org or (717) 540-6811.
  • Current member of PSLS

Online registration is now closed. If you wish to attend and have not yet registered, contact Laurie at psls@psls.org.

Webinar Wednesday: PSLS Reaching New Heights and National Surveyors Week

Date: February 18, 2015

Time: 12:00 PM

Cost:
PSLS Members - Free
Non Members - $50
Other Professional Association members - $35

CE Credits: This webinar is not expected to be acceptable for Continuing Education credits. Attendees will receive an attendance certificate for participating.

Description: Last year PSLS launched an ambitious campaign known as PSLS Reaching New Heights (PRNH) during National Surveyors Week (NSW). PRNH is an all-volunteer effort organized by PSLS to prepare for the upcoming GRAV-D datum and is currently focused on a GPS on Bench Mark campaign. This webinar will discuss the short-term and long-term goals of PRNH as well as report on the progress made over the past year. We will also review PSLS’ public relations accomplishments during NSW in 2014. We will discuss changes for this year’s campaign and review the OPUS and OPUS Shared Solutions processes.

PSLS will join surveyors across the country celebrating National Surveyors Week March 15-21, 2015. Attend this webinar to learn what PSLS has planned for this year and how you can participate.

Instructor: Brian Naberezny, PLS, GISP

Mr. Naberezny is an Instructor in Surveying Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University and his diverse work experience includes traditional boundary and land development surveying; software development for several Departments of Transportation; serving as a Geospatial Analyst and Operations Manager for a U.S. Department of Energy funded research project on the potential impacts of shale gas development on surface water quality; working as a self-employed consultant developing and implementing technological solutions for surveying and mapping applications; and teaching numerous surveying and mapping  courses and workshops at the undergraduate level as well as for practicing and aspiring professionals. 

Mr. Naberezny is a graduate of the Surveying Program at the Pennsylvania State University, received his M.S. in Spatial Information Science and Engineering from the University of Maine, and is a doctoral student in Civil Engineering with a Surveying emphasis at the University of Maine.  Mr. Naberezny is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in the State of Maine and a certified GIS Professional.  Mr. Naberezny serves on the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors Board of Directors, chairs the Geospatial Committee, served as the PSLS Reaching New Heights Coordinator and Technical Manager, and serves on the Education Committee.  



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