Dear fellow members,
Our annual shrimp boil and membership drive is now history. The shrimp and their companions in the boiling pot were all expertly prepared and served. We met some new members and potential student members. Again, we are indebted to Ram Ramachandran and his volunteer helpers for their dedication in presenting this much anticipated event. He even arranged ideal weather for the evening.
We’re back on schedule starting in November. Our customary first Tuesday meeting will be held on 1 November. This year we do not have to compete with election day as occurs more often than not every four years.
We are pleased to have Steve May, who is a past president of the section and who is president of CPU, LLC, as our speaker. Please see p.1 of this newsletter for a synopsis of his presentation as well as his complete list of credentials. The subject matter, The Virtual Flow Computer (VFC) for Regulatory Compliance, qualifies for the section to award one PDH to registered professional engineers. Please request a certificate when you sign in.
Membership in ISA is not required to attend our meetings. Nor is Society membership required to receive a PDH. So, consider attending this meeting.
Also, should any member readers want to become active at the Executive Committee level, then feel free to attend the meeting from 5:00–6:00 p.m. at the same place and date as the general meeting.
If you’re not a member of the Society, then consider joining. You can become a member at the ISA web site. Click on this link https://www.isa.org/membership.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. See p.1 for information to RSVP and, if you so desire, pay in advance using the PayPal link. They’re both an easy click away.
Finally, check out our web site. There’s a link to it at the top of p.1.
José Suarez, President
ISA New Orleans Section, Inc.