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Ethics Seminar Oct. ‘08 The Memphis Chapter of the Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers is sponsoring a two hour seminar on the topic of ethics. Ethical Leadership: Where have all our hero’s gone will be presented on Tuesday, November 11, in the classroom of EnSafe, Inc. 5724 Summer Trees Drive, Memphis. The Benchmark In Ethical Leadership: Where have all our hero’s gone Dr. Bevalee B. Pray will: The Memphis Chapter of Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers • Examine what happens when ethical principles conflict. • Explore dilemmas which pit two principles against each other. • Study techniques for categorizing and prioritizing conflicting values and leave with tools October Meeting Announcement for making sound ethical decisions. Dr. Pray is the director of the center for ethical leadership at Christian Brothers University. She manages all corporate training and professional development programs and is the Director of the When: Tuesday, October 14, 2008, Lunch at 11:30 am, Program 11:45 am – 1:15 pm Cost: $12.00 Master of Arts and Executive Leadership program at CBU. She is also the director of the Master of Arts in Executive Leadership program, a service-based leadership program for executives in Where: Christian Brothers University, East Lounge of the Thomas Center, across the hall the profit and non-profit, religious, education and governmental sectors of the ...

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The Benchmark
The Memphis Chapter of
Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers
Oct. ‘08
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IF YOU ARE RECEIVING THIS NEWSLETTER VIA U.S. MAIL AND WOULD
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October Meeting Announcement
When:
Tuesday, October 14, 2008, Lunch at 11:30 am, Program 11:45 am – 1:15 pm
Cost:
$12.00
Where:
Christian Brothers University, East Lounge of the Thomas Center, across the hall
from the cafeteria. A map can be found at
http://www.cbu.edu/Resources/map/
RSVP:
RSVP by Noon, Monday, 10/13/08 to Tom Needham at
tneedham@ssr-inc.com
or 901-683-3900
Program:
Presentation of New P.E. Certificates by Philip Lim &
Riverfront Development Presented by John Conroy
In 2000, the Riverfront Development Corporation (RDC) was established as a non-profit entity designed to
create a public / private partnership focused on development of the Memphis Riverfront. RDC has a
management contract with the City of Memphis to operate its riverfront parks and open spaces, which
include Mud Island River Park and 10 other downtown parks, construct publicly-funded capital projects
within the riverfront area and act as an agent for the City in facilitating private development on available
public land. Completed projects include Cobblestone Walkway, Martyrs Park, Riverside Drive, Bluff
Stairs, and Riverwalk Extension. John Conroy, Vice President of RDC, will present the significance and
engineering design of the newest RDC project, Beale Street Landing.
Ethics Seminar
The Memphis Chapter of the Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers is sponsoring a two
hour seminar on the topic of ethics
.
Ethical Leadership: Where have all our hero’s gone
will be
presented on Tuesday, November 11, in the classroom of EnSafe, Inc. 5724 Summer Trees Drive,
Memphis.
In
Ethical Leadership: Where have all our hero’s gone
Dr. Bevalee B. Pray will:
Examine what happens when ethical principles conflict.
Explore dilemmas which pit two principles against each other.
Study techniques for categorizing and prioritizing conflicting values and leave with tools
for making sound ethical decisions.
Dr. Pray is the director of the center for ethical leadership at Christian Brothers University.
She
manages all corporate training and professional development programs and is the Director of the
Master of Arts and Executive Leadership program at CBU.
She is also the director of the Master
of Arts in Executive Leadership program, a service-based leadership program for executives in
the profit and non-profit, religious, education and governmental sectors of the Mid South.
She is
nominated to the Shelby County Tennessee Ethics Commission.
Morning and afternoon sessions will be presented on Tuesday, November 11
th
.
Registration for
the morning session will begin at 8:00 am.
The program will begin at 9:00 and will conclude at
11:15.
Lunch will be provided between 11:15 and 12:45 for both sessions.
Registration for the
afternoon session will begin at 11:30.
The afternoon session will begin at 12:45.
Ethical
Leadership: Where have all our hero’s gone
will conclude at 3:00 pm.
The registration fee is $100 per person.
Discounts are available.
Pre-registering employees of
member firms of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee will receive a
reduced registration of $85 per person.
Pre-registering members of TSPE/NSPE will receive a
reduced registration of $75 per person.
Pre-registration deadline is Thursday, November 6.
No
discounts are available after November 6.
Pre- registration is strongly encouraged.
Class size is
limited to 60.
For information contact Mr. Timothy J. Herndon, P.E. (901) 385-6499 or
tjherndo@bellsouth.net
Do you have news or comments to include in The Benchmark?
Please email Josh Holtgrewe:
jholtgrewe@allenhoshall.com
TO RECEIVE THE BENCHMARK AT A DIFFERENT EMAIL ADDRESS, PLEASE
CONTACT JOSH.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
http://www.cbu.edu/engineering/mspe/
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The Memphis Chapter of
Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers
Return To:
Josh Holtgrewe, E.I.
80 Clear Spring Dr.
Oakland, TN 38060
John Conroy Biography:
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A registered professional engineer in the states of Tennessee and Mississippi
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Served 24 years in the Civil Engineer Corps of the United States Navy,
retiring with the rank of Commander in 1988
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In 1988, he was appointed as the City of Memphis Deputy City Engineer for
Building Design and Construction, serving in that capacity for seven years.
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In 1996, he was appointed as City Engineer for the City of Memphis,
retaining his previous responsibilities, while adding responsibility for the
management of the design and construction of roads, drainage, and sewers,
traffic engineering, and land development.
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He retired from the City of Memphis in 2002 and is currently the Vice
President for Project Development for the Riverfront Development
Corporation
Meeting announcement –
One PDH available
10.14.08
Come meet West TN’s newest P.E.s!
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