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2019 NASCC: The Steel Conference Features Daily Keynotes; Register Today

Left to Right: Ozan Varol, Jon D. Magnusson, Ronald D. Ziemian 

If you're involved in the design or construction of steel buildings or bridges, NASCC: The Steel Conference is the premier opportunity to immerse yourself in the latest design concepts, construction techniques and cutting-edge research while engaging with thousands of industry professionals. The 2019 educational and networking event takes place April 3-5 in St. Louis and offers nearly 150 sessions of topics ranging from properly specifying welds to connection design to tackling the skilled trade shortage.

The conference also features an extraordinary keynote speaker on each day of the conference.

  • On Wednesday, April 3, Ozan Varol, from Lewis and Clark Law School will talk about "The Power of Contrarian Thinking." Ozan Varol's articles and keynotes on contrarian thinking have been a smash hit with everyone from Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to New York Times bestselling authors. In this talk, Ozan will explain how you can cultivate extraordinary thinking to produce extraordinary results in your life and business.
  • On Thursday, April 4, Jon D. Magnusson from Magnusson Klemencic Associates will speak about "The Joy of Steel...So Many Possibilities." The most important discovery of this personal journey is that while it may appear to be about steel, it is really about people. People working together to create incredible structures.
  • On Friday, April 5, Ronald D. Ziemian from Bucknell University will be giving the T.R. Higgins Lecture: "Structural Stability -- Letting the Fundamentals Guilde Your Judgment." The primary objective of this lecture is to show how most stability problems can be understood by focusing on the big picture rather than on the details of the seemingly complex mathematics.

Click here to register for the NASCC: The Steel Conference 2019. And to learn more about the conference, click here for the Advance Program brochure (and see pages 10 and 11 for more information on our keynote speakers).

Register today, and remember: The sooner you register, the more you save!


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