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Penn State students headed to San Diego


March 23. 2014 11:25PM
By John DiMaria

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Two Penn State Wilkes-Barre students will travel to San Diego, Calif., where the National Society of Professional Surveyors will be hosting a California Land Surveyors Association and Nevada Association of Land Surveyors conference April 12 until April 16.


Matthew Boozer, of New Bethlehem, and Brian Halchak, of Nanticoke, both surveying engineering students, will participate in a student competition called The American Land Title Association and The American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. They will survey a piece of property to fabricate a map, paper and oral presentation afterwards.


The goal of such conferences is to promote and enhance the profession of surveying, to promote the common good and welfare of its members, to promote and maintain the highest possible standards of professional ethics and practice, and to elevate the public’s understanding of the profession.




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