SES Standards Engineering
The November/December issue of Standards Engineering
will be released soon and will feature a variety of content including Standards and Innovation—There Ain’t No Fleas on This Dog
by Steve Lowell. Steve was the winner of the World Standards Day paper competition.
Also included in the November/December issue is a piece entitled Standards-Setting at the Consumer Product Safety Commission: an Ever-Evolving Dynamic,
a piece on CPSC by Robert Adler, one of the CPSC commissioners and Standardization in Action: A Critical Path for Translational STEM Education
by Sharon Tsai-hsuan Kuat which discusses a NIST grant furthering education about standards..
This issue is also a look back on the history of the SES. So on the 50th anniversary of the Standards Engineering
journal, the SES is pleased to republish the lead article from the very first issue in November/December of 1948, What are We Doing?
—by Irving L. Rosenheim, and excerpts from The Relationship between Industry and Company Standards
by L. D. Price of NEMA.
In this issue, look for the call for nominations for the 2019 Society Board elections and the Society awards program. This is a great opportunity to recognize your colleagues for all the work they do.
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