Moraine Valley Adjunct Prof. Wins ASNT Fellow Award

Nondestructive Testing is the science of examining an object, structure or system to determine its integrity without impairing or destroying it. Successful technicians will be interested in conducting investigations as to why metal fails. Job security in the field is high. The American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) has presented an Award of Fellow to Ed Messmer (left), an adjunct faculty member in the Nondestructive Testing certification program at Moraine Valley Community College. The Award of Fellow recognizes members who have demonstrated outstanding professional distinction and have made continued significant contributions to the advancement of nondestructive testing. Only 15 awards […]
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