Western Chapter MSPE and Eastern Chapter KSPE - Virtual 70th Annual Engineer's Week Celebration

  • 25 Feb 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual - See event details for link


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MSPE Western Chapter & KSPE Eastern Chapter, Co-Sponsors
Cordially Invite You and Your Firm to VIRTUALLY join us at the
70th Annual Engineers Week Celebration

Date and Time:

11:30 AM, Thursday, February 25, 2021


Click here for access to webinar.

Passcode: 214448

Or Telephone:

Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

US: +1 346 248 7799

Webinar ID: 890 2429 6355

Passcode: 214448

Cost to attend:

Free - PDH's will be provided for Keynote Presentation

Cost to sponsor:

$ 500 Platinum Sponsor (Limit 8)*

$ 250 Gold Sponsor (Unlimited)*

Additional Scholarship Donation Available

*Sponsor sign-up after February 12th may not be included in the presentation.


Online or via Mail in Registration Form

Payment & attached form (checks Payable to: "WC MSPE Education Foundation") mailed to:

WC MSPE Education Foundation

PO Box 8724, Kansas City, MO 64114-0724



MSPE-Western Chapter President Eric Strack, P.E.

KSPE-Eastern Chapter President Kurt Rotering, P.E.

Student Awards Ceremony:


- Bridge Building

- Future Cities

Engineer of the Year from KSPE Eastern Chapter:

Announcement and Recipient’s Presentation

Young Engineer of the Year from MSPE Western Chapter:

Announcement and Recipient’s Presentation

Keynote Speaker:

Astronaut Jack Fischer - Jack D. Fischer (Colonel, U.S. Air Force) was selected by NASA in July 2009. The Colorado native served as a Flight Engineer aboard the International Space Station of the Expedition 51/52. During his 2017 mission, he logged 136 days in space with two spacewalks. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Astronautical Engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy, and a Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Colonel Fischer is an Air Force Command pilot with over 3,000 flight hours in more than 45 types of aircraft.


Imagining Tomorrow: COVID-19 has laid bare the critical work of engineers in creating a world safe from pandemics, climate change, cyber-attacks, and other daunting global challenges. Engineers Week is a time to celebrate their important work and engage the next generation of innovators. Even with social distancing, you can make a difference.


Going virtual allows us to spread the reach of our celebration much further. Links to the virtual E-Week celebration will be provided to schools throughout the metro if classes are able to join in live. Recordings will also be made available after the luncheon for viewing as best fits a teacher or students schedule.

Business Journal Supplement:

The Kansas City Business Journal Supplement is also going virtual this year. If you would like to submit an article for publication, please contact:

Cody E. Porter, P.E.

E-week Committee



More Information:

E-Week Celebration:

Kurt Rotering, P.E., krotering@olsson.com

Eric Strack, P.E., estrack@HNTB.com


As there will be no cost to putting on the 2021 Engineers Week Celebration, 100% of all sponsorships will go directly to help fund Engineering Scholarships and STEM Grants through MSPE’s Scholarship Program and the Engineering Foundation of Kansas. We thank you for your support of these important initiatives.

Platinum Sponsor (Limit 8) - $500

As a Platinum Sponsor, your company will have your logo prominently displayed on a virtual background to be used in the program, your company will be thanked throughout the program, and you are able to submit a 1-minute video to be played between program items. This video shall be submitted no later than February 12th. The videos content should not be an advertisement but shall be about STEM outreach and follow the theme of E-Week: “Imagining Tomorrow.”

Gold Sponsor (Unlimited) - $250

As a Gold Sponsor, your company will have your logo displayed on a virtual background to be used in the program and be thanked throughout the program.

Additional Scholarship Donation

We welcome any additional scholarship donations that you or your firm would be generously able to provide to go directly to the MSPE Scholarship Program and the Engineering Foundation of Kansas. Thank you in advance.

Office: 573-636-4861
Fax: 573-636-5475
308 E. High St., Ste 100
Jefferson City, MO 65101

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