ATCE attendees who've worked in the E&P business for at least 25 years are invited to share their experiences at the Share Your Story History Studio in Room 350A, on Level 3 of the convention center. The stories collected will be included in the Engineering and Technology History Wiki, a multi-society collaboration created to archive oral and written histories of the engineering profession. Participants will also receive a copy of their interview to share.
Engineers have long been leaders in technological innovation and invention. Recording the circumstances that led to those advances can give us a roadmap for future inspiration.
The resulting interview will be recorded, preserved, and shared on the Engineering and Technology History Wiki (ETHW) for posterity. You will also be given a copy of the interview to keep.
Check out this list of interview tips to help you jog your memory and familiarize yourself with the interview process.
Pick three questions from this list (pdf), and bring them with you to your interview appointment.
Your experiences of working in the industry are valuable and important. Don’t allow them to be lost to future generations.
Listen to this audio interview with Nancy Musick, a former reservoir engineer, as she relates her experiences working in the industry in the 1980s and 1990s.