List of Contributions

Contact Details

S.G. Walesh Consulting

Institute Ribbons and Badges

Contact information, job title, education, and license are populated by the ASCE Membership database. You can edit your account here. Please allow 12 hours for the changes to appear in ASCE Collaborate. 

Mr. Stuart Walesh, Ph.D., P.E., BC.WRE(Ret.), Dist.M.ASCE

S.G. Walesh Consulting

Contributions

1 to 5 of 50+ total
Posted By Stuart Walesh 05-28-2024 10:21 AM
Found In Egroup: Professional and Career Topics
\ view thread
Heidi: Please see the following summary of some of what I have learned from doing seminars, webinars, and workshops for internal educuation and training programs: http://www.helpingyouengineeryourfuture.com/roi.htm Hope this helps. Stu ------------------------------ Stu Walesh PhD, PE Consultant ...
Posted By Stuart Walesh 02-28-2024 10:58 AM
Found In Egroup: Professional and Career Topics
\ view thread
Some participants, like you Heidi Wallace, read Ressler's paper as suggested by Bill Hayden. I discovered that paper a few years ago while conducting research for my book Engineering's Public-Protection Predicament. Drawing on that article, and other similar ones, I included in my book a chapter (Chapter ...
Posted By Stuart Walesh 08-15-2023 10:30 AM
Found In Egroup: Professional and Career Topics
\ view thread
Mitchell and others: Sorry, the sentence is missing from the slide I sent. It is "Prune your text and it will yield more fruit." I am also trying to resend it. Stu ------------------------------ Stu Walesh PhD, PE Consultant - Teacher - Author 219-242-1704 www.HelpingYouEngineerYour ...
Posted By Stuart Walesh 08-14-2023 11:10 AM
Found In Library: Professional and Career Topics
Posted By Stuart Walesh 08-14-2023 10:58 AM
Found In Egroup: Professional and Career Topics
\ view thread
Mitchell: Thank you for raising the issue of how to prepare more effective slides. In my presentations, I try have many slides have two parts -- a declarative or similar statement and a supportive image. See the attached example. In effect, I have been using the assertion-evidence approach ...