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Boost Your Professional Development this Spring
Posted by Tasha Weiss on May 3, 2012 at 3:27 PM.

Spring has sprung! As you make your plans this season, here are some upcoming AISC educational opportunities you’ll want to mark on your calendar:


  • On May 10, you won’t have to leave the office to earn continuing education credits for AISC’s live webinar, “Proper Application of the Uniform Force Method,” presented by Larry S. Muir, P.E., a consultant specializing in connection design, structural steel fabrication and construction in Atlanta. In this hour-and-a-half presentation, Muir will discuss the Uniform Force Method procedure as detailed in the 14th Edition Steel Construction Manual and its practical use for the design of braced connections. Click here for registration and pricing information. Learn more about AISC’s live webinars at



  • Your kids aren’t the only ones who can go to camp! AISC’s Steel Camp is heading to Long Beach, Calif., May 17-18, offering two days of valuable continuing education and the opportunity to earn 15 PDHs. Top design professionals in the structural engineering field will present on various topics, including Seismic Moment Frame Design, Effective Steel Design: Step-by-Step Design for Commercial Buildings, Steel Plate Shear Walls and more. Click here for a full agenda, session descriptions and registration details.



  • There are still plenty of seminar opportunities to attend as part of AISC’s 2012 Spring Seminar Series. This season, leverage your knowledge with the 14th Edition Steel Construction Manual or delve into design concepts and connections for seismic braced frames; seminars on these topics are being offered in numerous cities around the U.S. until August. You can search seminars by state at to find an event near you. For more information on these seminars, speakers, registration details and pricing, visit



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