1957: 4th National Surveying Teachers Conference
Washington State College - Camp Welch Naches, Washington
August 4 to 9, 1957
Professor Elvin Ericson, General Conference Chair; Brother B. Austin Barry, Chair Program Committee.
The conference was attended by 54 delegates, and 34 family members accompanied them. A total of 22 formal papers on topics pertinent to surveying education were presented, and the delegates followed each with a discussion. Committee meetings and sessions devoted to preparing resolutions and reports completed the program. McNair (1974) distinguishes an interesting paper by Professor W. A. Heiskanen of Ohio State University on the challenging problems in geodesy that were developed as a result of World War II.
Bolkas, D., Olsen, M. J., & Ghilani, C. D. (2022). SaGES and the National Surveying Educator's Conferences: History of Surveying Education and Future Challenges. Surveying and Land Information Science, 81(2), 97-126.
Curtis, K. S. 1987. Fifty years of national conferences of teachers of surveying. Proceedings of the XIIth national surveying teachers conference. Madison, WI, July 5-10.
McNair, A.J. 1974. Surveying Teachers Conference: Past and Projected Future. Proceedings of the 8th National Surveying Teachers Conference. Mont Alto, PA, June 9-13.
Wolf, P. R. 1997. Sixty Years of Surveying Teacher Conferences. Surveying and Land Information Systems 57(3): 133-146.