Dr. Bruno O. Weinschel, of Weinschel Engineering in Gaithersburg, has been chosen as president-elect of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. His term begins on Jan. 1, 1985, and he will assume the duties of president for the institute on Jan. 1, 1986.
Weinschel is the founder, chairman of the board and president of Weinschel Engineering, a firm that manufactures precision radio and microwave components.
IEEE is a professional society with a membership of about 250,000.
Weinschel has been a fellow with the IEEE national and international engineering communities since 1966. He served as the institute's secretary in 1980 and was its vice president for professional affairs in 1978 and 1979.
Weinschel has said he believes in the importance of continuing education for all engineers, especially older engineers who were not trained on computers. Weinschel also has said that engineers should shift their focus away from research and should concentrate instead on consumer product design in the future. "Engineers can and should play an important role in introducing improved manufacturing technologies and productivity to all industries worldwide," he said recently. TRADE
The Virginia Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. has selected Jim Newland, senior vice president of Eugene Thomas Construction Co. Inc., as its president for the 1985 season.
Newland, who has served several terms on the association's board of directors, was its first vice president in 1984. He also was the chapter's leading new member recruiter last year. Other newly elected officers are Mike Hunter, C. M. Hunter Inc., first vice president; Larry Smith, L. F. Jennings Inc., second vice president; Tony Coder, Davenport Insulation Inc., secretary; and Clint Smith, Golden Construction Inc., treasurer.
Arthur A. Hemmings Jr., a former deputy director of transportation for the United States Air Force, has been appointed vice president of the National Air Carrier Association.
The Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Association has moved its headquarters from Phoenix to Washington. FASA represents more than 200 facilities across the country that provide surgery on an outpatient basis.
The Construction Management Association of America has selected Hauck & Associates Inc. of Washington to provide association management services and headquarters for CMA. PROFESSIONAL
The American League of Lobbyists has chosen Robert M. McGlotten, the associate director of the AFL-CIO Department of Legislation, as its president. McGlotten succeeds Walter A. Hasty Jr., vice president of national government relations for Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Co.
McGlotten served as vice president of the Negro Trade Union Labor Council from 1962 to 1978, and currently is a member of the Urban League, the NAACP, the Industrial Relations Research Association and the Cornell Institute for Research and Development in Career Education.
The league, which was formed in 1979, represents the legislative interests of business, government, academic and public interest groups.
Roy H. Millenson, director of education and library affairs for the Association of American Publishers Inc. for the past decade, has retired. Millenson, a registered lobbyist and former staff member for the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, plans to work as a government affairs consultant.
The National Association of State Savings & Loan Supervisors in Washington has promoted Barbara A. Bittner, formerly assistant administrator, to director of administration.
Anne Ryan, vice president for finance of Ryan Advisors Inc. in Gaithersburg, has been elected regional director of the American Academy of Medical Administrators, based in Southfield, Mich.
The National Council of Savings Institutions has restructured several staff positions and will integrate the council's New York affiliate into its Washington headquarters, according to National Council President Saul B. Klamen.
NCSI was formed in 1983 from the consolidation of the National Savings and Loan League and the National Association of Mutual Savings Banks.
The staff changes, effective Jan. 1, 1985, are: James J. Butera, now vice president/legal and governmental affairs, will become group vice president/legislative and regulatory policy; Peter E. Knight, now director/mortgage finance, will become director of the new Mortgage Finance Department; James A. Eberle, now associate director/communications, will become vice president/public relations; and Marjorie Van Vort, now director/meetings, will become vice president and director/meetings.
The Council's New York subsidiary, American Financial Services Inc., will combine with the Washington office in March.