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Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3): 2020 Survey Results

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In the Spring of 2020, the SE3 Committee conducted its third nationwide survey of structural engineers across the profession. The survey is an ongoing effort to identify trends, and to initiate industry-wide conversations. With an effort to focus on both racial and gender equity , the committee streamlined its core questions regarding career satisfaction, compensation, and work-life balance. New to the survey were questions regarding challenges in retention and recruitment of engineers, work flexibility before and after COVID-19, and perception of the profession compared to other STEM careers among other topics.

This presentation will review the latest survey findings and highlight the work being done by the SE3 committee as informed by the results of the 2020 survey. Attendees will gain an understanding of the current challenges facing the profession as well as actionable information to help improve both their firms and the profession as a whole.

  • Course will award 1.25 hours of continuing education
Please note: This webinar is part of the SE3 Spring Series and is not included in the NCSEA Webinar Subscription.


  • Sabrina Duk, P.E.

    Sabrina Duk is the founding principal of Verahaus Structural, LLC. Originally from New England, Sabrina's career has taken her to all four corners of the country working on various projects ranging from post-disaster investigations to new construction and historic restorations. Her goal is to elevate a client's experience working with a structural engineer and thrives on guiding young engineers along their career. Sabrina is an active member of her local NCSEA member organization and is currently the Chair of the SE3 committee,

  • Rose McClure, S.E.

    Rose McClure is a senior engineer in Simpson Gumpertz & Heger's Chicago office. Rose is very active within the SE community through her work with NCSEA and ASCE/SEI. She is the co-founder of the SE3 Project and past chair of the NCSEA Structural Engagement and Equity (SE3) Committee.

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March 24, 2021
Wed 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 15M

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