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About Florida Engineers in Education (FEE)

The Florida Engineers in Education or FEE is one of the six practice sections of the Florida Engineering Society representing those members who are engaged in teaching, research, or administration in the field of education. Any member of FES may participate in the activities of this section subject to the FEE Rules of Government and Operations.

The objectives of the section are to provide for professional engineers in education a forum for effective discussion, exploration, and analysis, and provide for FES and NSPE a vehicle for obtaining advice by professional engineers in education with respect to:

  1. Improvement of undergraduate, graduate, continuing education, and technician programs for accomplishing the engineering effort of our nation.
  2. Stimulation of professional concepts, including registration among engineering educators and students.
  3. Cooperation with the American Society for Engineering Education, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology and other engineering societies in matters affecting educational policies and practices.
  4. Promotion of an atmosphere for engineering educators conducive to the highest quality of engineering education.

FEE Administrative Committee

Name Position
Claudius A. Carnegie, PhD, PE, EdD Chairman
Mark A. Tumeo, PhD, PE, JD Vice Chair
Antonio Nanni, PhD, PE Treasurer
Matthew Trussoni, PhD, PE, AIA Secretary
Michelle Roddenberry, PhD, PE Big Bend Chapter Liaison
Jeffrey H. Greenfield, PhD, PE, BCEE, D.WRE, F.NSPE Broward Chapter Liaison
Amanda Hudson Staff Liaison

Chapter Liaison Representatives

Name Position
Eric Munoz, EI     Broward       
Claudius A. Carnegie, PhD, PE, EdD     Miami       
Mark A. Tumeo, PhD, PE, JD     Northeast Florida       
Huihui Wang, EM     Northeast Florida       
Michael D. Finch, PE     Ridge       
Colt Schwerdt, PE     Treasure Coast       

Annual Conference and Other Activities

FEE shall meet annually at the time and place established for the annual conference of FES. The venue is a breakfast with official business as the first part of the agenda followed by a more informal gathering of peers and friends.