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- Roberta Schlicher

Chair of the Utah Engineers Council

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Communicator Award – Excellence in Publishing

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MarCom Award – Excellence in Communications

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UEC Journal 2018

  • Governor’s Declaration
  • Chairman’s Message
  • Inspiring Wonder Engineers Week 2018
  • Featured Speaker Of The Engineers Week 2018 Banquet
  • Congratulations UEC 2018 Award Winners
  • Congratulations UEC 2018 Award Nominees
  • Congratulations UEC 2018 Scholarship Winners
  • 2018 UEC Awards Banquet
  • 2018 UEC Awards Banquet Photos
  • 2017 Salt Lake City Comic Con STEM Booth
  • Staying Fit in the Office
  • The Benefits and Components of Regional Transportation Corridor Plans
  • The Art of Science
  • Crossing Borders: ‘Engineers Without Borders’ Collaborate to Bring More Water to Navajo Mountain
  • Life at 12,800 Feet
  • Building the Future
  • Being Real
  • INCOSE Wasatch Chapter to Host the Western States Regional Conference
  • Calculating the Value of Arterial Safety Improvements Before and After Study Shows Safety Improvements Reduced Crashes by 40 Percent
  • Particulates: The Good and the Bad
  • The Status of Women on Utah State Boards & Commissions
  • Women, Confidence, and Leadership: What Do Utah Women Leaders Think?
  • The Re-monumentation of the Tri-State Monument for Arizona, Nevada, and Utah
  • USTAR: Building Utah’s Innovation Ecosystem
  • Pages From UEC History
  • Utah Engineers Council Roster
  • Utah Engineers Council Member Societies