The Table Top show will be held Thursday, April 23 at the Lake Jackson Civic Center from 3PM until 7PM.
Come out and visit with our vendors and see the latest in Instrument, analyzer and Process Control Technology.
*** Free Bar-B-Que dinner and Door Prizes ***
Zero Leakage Control Valve Stem Seal Technology for VOC / HAP Containment Presented by: Joseph R. Dufresne of Samson Process Controls Thursday, September 11th from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM *** Lunch will be provide for all *** Cherotel Hotel, 925 Hwy 332 / Lake Jackson This will be the Topic to be presented: […]
Applications for Brazos Section College Scholarship are now being accepted. The deadline for Class of 2014 is 31March2014. See the Scholarship page for more details.
Greetings All, January 31, 2014
We have had very good attendance at our luncheons this year. I would like to encourage everyone to continue coming and please feel free to bring a guest.
Reminder: Luncheons are on the first Thursday after the first Wednesday of each month.
Our January luncheon Guest Speaker was Charles Pennington from the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. This was our annual “Engineering Ethics” presentation, providing an overview and update of engineering ethics and related topics. Mr. Pennington has been with the Texas Board of Professional Engineers since February 2002…. (click ‘Letter from the President’ for complete letter)
Technical Luncheon’s for the fall will begin on 26-September @ 11:00 at the Cherotel on Hwy 288/332 in Lake Jackson.
Feb 13, 2014 @ 11:00 – 7 Key elements of Analyzer Reliability
Mar 06, 2014 @ 11:00 – TBA
Apr 03, 2014 @ 11:00 – Instrumentation Troubleshooting
The scholarship winner have been selected and we would like to congratulate the following winners
Samantha Blackmar – graduates this spring, plans to attend Texas A&M in Chemistry
Paul Gebbert – graduates this spring, undecided on his university
Zachary Moses – Attending Texas State Technical College
Hunter Reagan – Attending Texas A&M
Gabriel Sibley – Attending Northwestern State University, Louisiana
The scholarship will be $2000 distributed over 2 years to support career studies that apply to the automation & instrumentation fields.
For more info on how to apply please vist our Scholarships Page.