This organization is formed for the betterment of the students at the Wilkes-Barre Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. The club is organized and managed by student members.
I have to say that when I started in this program almost three years ago I really didn't know what to expect, especially being one of three "older" students. But after spending six semesters at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, I really cannot imagine being in the company of a better group of people! It truly has been a privilege working with everyone and I would like to thank all of the Surveying Faculty for their time and effort, especially in answering my endless list of questions... Dr. Ghilani and Dr. Seybert have been priceless mentors to me, Dr. Parks taught me great lessons about the art of boundary surveying, Dr. Derby instructed me in the basics and advanced techniques of GIS and Dr. Marsico educated me in the true value of being a professional. I would like to thank Matt Boozer and Matt Sharr for their tireless efforts in making the Surveying Society an incredible institution over the past year, Alex Wood for his unbelievable drive in managing the Society's finances, Joe Johnson for his creative Meeting Minutes literature, Logan Mack for creating a merchandise department that has been second to none, Brian Halchak for his PSLS communication and support, Shane Dalton for his work in bringing in guest speakers to instruct us and Heather Nicholson for her instructions during Surveyors' Week, help on homework and projects I have completed (I really hope that I have not forgotten anyone)! Most of all, I want to thank everyone who voted for me as the "2012-2013 Surveying Society Outstanding Club Member of the Year", it is an honor that I will always cherish. Additionally, it is with great appreciation that you all have entrusted me with the privilege of creating a website for this great Club that will hopefully live on forever and only be improved by more talented individuals than myself in the years to come... Rich Cebrick, Class of 2014
Deadline: April 18, 2014
Each year, through the National Society of Professional Surveyors Foundation, thousands of dollars in scholarships funded by a variety of individuals, companies, and organizations are made available to encourage and support college education in geospatial sciences. These scholarships are a great opportunity for college students enrolled in surveying, mapping, geographic information systems, and geodetic science programs.
Surveying Society member winners of the Foundation Scholarship received their awards at the PSLS Surveyors’ Conference in January. We extend congratulations to these recipients:
We are proud to announce that every winner of the 2014 PSLS Student Paper Competition was a Penn State Surveying Engineering Student!
Coastal Monitoring Read
Profile: The American Surveyor Read
Using GIS to Develop a Control Map and Database Read
The Use of GIERS in Disaster and Emergency Management Read
The Fundamentals of Surveying exam will be changing to an Electronic Version beginning January 2014.
Having your resume posted on the Surveying Society website is a great way to display your experiences, skills and hard work to potential employers! To have your current resume posted, please email it in PDF format to Jeff Johnson - email@example.com and be sure to include a short message as to which section you would like it presented in.
Head on over to the PSU Wilkes-Barre and PSLS websites to check out all of the latest job postings for Surveying Engineering and Surveying Technology. New jobs are posted continuously so be sure to check back often!
The Struthers Family Career Services Center offers a variety of career planning and employment services to students. Career planning begins in your first year and continues throughout your lifetime. Contact Jill Laing - firstname.lastname@example.org to answer all of your questions concerning future employment.
Struthers Family Career Services Center
|Dr. Frank Derby|
|Dr. Salvatore Marsico|
|Dr. Thomas Seybert|
|Chairman: John Fuehrer|
|Secretary: Adam Crews
We are currently looking for students to volunteer to write for our Blog. Entries should pertain to relevant surveying topics and can be research paper exerpts, article reviews or similar items.
There is a Tutorials page on our website. It includes Software and Procedures, Video Lessons and Information Sheets.
Access software anytime, anywhere. All you need is an Internet connection. Apps include: ArcGIS Desktop, JMP, Mathematica, MatLab, Microsoft Office, Minitab, SAS and SolidWorks.
Access your PSU Account Storage Space (PASS) anytime, anywhere.