Upcoming ATE Events

Upcoming

During this free, 60-minute webinar, AVL's Gerhard Schagerl and Milan Zivadinovic will explain how to use electric vehicle battery data analytics to support design decisions, optimize operation, and predict issues in the field. Key topics and takeaways include:

  • Learn how to analyze the vast amount of electric vehicle cell/pack test data.
  • Find out how to use connected vehicle data to identify the SOH in the cloud and extend the battery lifetime for each vehicle.
  • Discover how artificial intelligence can predict the risk of thermal runaway.

(3 days)

Colorado Convention Center700 14th StDenverCO80202

Geo Week is the premier event for increased integration between the built environment, advanced airborne/terrestrial technologies, and commercial 3D technologies, bringing together former stand-alone events:

  • AEC Next Technology Expo & Conference 
  • International Lidar Mapping Forum
  • SPAR 3D Expo & Conference,
  • ASPRS Annual Conference 

Geo Week was created as a response to the changing needs of built world and geospatial professionals, and to acknowledge the convergence of technology taking place currently. New technological innovations, the need for remote workflows, and hardware breakthroughs are redefining expectations across teams, organizations, and entire industries. Geo Week is at the center of it all. 

The latest updates, case studies, ideas, and predictions from a variety of experts: innovators, end-users, regulators, and more. What trends and technologies do they see coming? What new challenges and opportunities lie ahead? How can you and your organization prepare, anticipate, and benefit in a rapidly evolving environment?

Join the facilitators of this session for a discussion about being an LGBTQ+ ally on your campus and in your classroom. Learn about the community and how to develop safe spaces for students who identify as LGBTQ+. The session includes information sharing, reflective exercises, and interactive activities to help participants become more informed and effective allies.

Objectives: 

  1. Participants will articulate personal and professional experiences with the LGBTQ+ community.
  2. Participants will describe the LGBTQ+ community and discuss developing safe spaces for students who identify as LGBTQ+.
  3. Participants will identify effective strategies to demonstrate allyship towards the LGBTQ+ community.

(3 days)

San DIego Convention Center111 W Harbor Dr.San DiegoCA92101US

This conference offers ocean professionals the opportunity to take a deep dive into strategic, topical, technical, and scientific conference content. The plenary sessions and technical tracks have been designed to ensure attendees get the best possible insights and most up to date knowledge from representatives of government, academia, and industry.

Topics on the agenda include: the New Blue Economy, The Energy Transition, Science and Innovation, Ocean Observation, Uncrewed Vehicles, and much more.

During this free, 60-minute webinar, presenters will explain how PANTARIS enables automotive service developers to plan, build, code, and launch their innovative ideas efficiently. This webinar provides an A-to-Z introduction to PANTARIS and a live demo.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Understand the platform architecture and its essential components.
  • Discover how to use functions and features for faster deployment and updates.
  • Gain insights into a superhighway that enables pioneers to develop and operate their services efficiently.

Prerequisites:

  • Some basic knowledge of Linux shell, Git, Container/ Docker and SSH
  • Install Git (Link: https://git-scm.com/downloads)
  • (Optional) Install Docker CE (Link: https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/) or ask your system administrator to enable your access. Please ensure that the terms of use and licensing are compatible with your use case.

This free workshop will provide students, trainees, and employees with the knowledge, skills, support and clarity they need to effectively assess and successfully navigate any lab environment and achieve their professional and career goals.

All Community College Students, Faculty, and Alumni are welcome to attend. 

(2 days)

Macomb Community College, South Campus14500 E 12 Mile RdWarrenMI48088

The Ultimate 2.0 is a 10-in-1 educational robot kit based on Arduino Mega solution that has 550+ mechanical parts and electronic modules that allows you to build 10+ models from one set. This robot features advanced motion control that can drive multiple motors and servos at the same time.

At this event, users can enjoy the building process, patience, teamwork, and problem-solving. Build the robot, then program it to grip, lift, and deliver objects.

(4 days)

DoubleTree Universal5780 Major BlvdOrlandoFL32819

The state conference and competition may be the most exciting event of the Technology Student Assosiation (TSA) school year. Thousands of students arrive in Orlando near the end of February with the goal of a first place in their TSA event(s). Students compete over three days, and the culmination of all the hard work comes at the awards ceremony on Saturday evening. 

This webinar will cover recruiting strategies best practices.

(3 days)

Long Beach Convention Center300 E Ocean BlvdLong BeachCA90802

Mark your calendar for the 2023 Women in Aviation International Conference. You won't want to miss the inspiring keynote speakers, professional development seminars, education sessions, exhibit hall, scholarship awards, and 2023 Pioneer Hall of Fame inductions. There's no better place to be inspired, share your enthusiasm, and connect with others who share your passion for the aviation industry.

The diversity of students today requires individualized approaches to communication. Using examples from their own classes, the facilitators help others understand and communicate better with their students. The challenges that have occurred in the past and strategies available to overcome them are discussed. Each type has its own inherent strengths and potential weaknesses. 

(2 days)

North Mankato Campus, Heritage Hall1920 Lee BlvdNorth MankatoMN56003

This interactive farm transition program is focused on helping farm families dive deeper into conversations about

  • Family and business goals,
  • Job responsibilities,
  • Financial needs of farms and families,
  • Inheritance considerations, and
  • Mechanisms of transfer.

An emphasis of the sessions is how to transfer both the financial business and how to transfer the management and responsibility of the farm business. We provide time for hands-on planning and discussion for the farm family.

Macomb Community College MTEC Campus7900 Tank AveWarrenMI48088

The Center for Advanced Automotive Technology is pleased to host the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan (GSSEM) Engineering Day. Junior, cadette, and senior girl scouts and parents are invited to participate in the event at Macomb Community College's South Campus. Girls in 4th-12th grade will learn about the exciting world of robotics - from designing to building and showcasing robots. Women from various engineering fields serve as mentors and team leaders.

Girl Scouts receive hands-on experience to:

Stretch their science and technological skills Focus on problem-solving, innovation, and teamwork

(2 days)

Hyatt Regency11999 Harbor BlvdGarden GroveCA92840US

At this exhibition and conference, electric vehicle battery technology innovators will meet with leading automotive manufacturers to explore new battery technologies and battery management systems for use in next-generation electric vehicles. This event is intended for industry professionals and practitioners.

Attending this conference will enable participants to:

  • understand the current market dynamics of electric vehicles and their impact on your business;
  • learn how to develop strategies for successful battery integrations in electric vehicles;
  • hear the latest trends, with an overview of the year and projections for the years to come;
  • discuss new manufacturing innovations and technological developments; and
  • access different ideas and perspectives from different markets and allied industries combining regional experiences. 

This four-day summit, hosted by Granite Defense Technologies, showcases the use of emergency response robotics (air/ground/water) in public safety via presentations and field demonstrations from industry-leading vendors, scenario based, hands-on training provided by fellow public safety personnel.

Nanotechnology is called the “Next Industrial Revolution”. Biotechnology is called as “The Science of the Millennium”. When these two powerful disciplines blend into nanobiotechnology, one can only imagine the scope and opportunities that emerge. The industry has recognized the potential of this field and is already contributing several commercialized products generated using Nanobiotechnology. People use these products in their daily life, without realizing the nanobiotechnology connection. Despite the need, there is a severe deficiency of a nanobiotechnology trained workforce, and it is a matter of great concern. The origin for this concern lies in lack of awareness about the skills, education paths, and career options for nanobiotechnology in the K-12, as well as post-secondary education. Compounding the problem is the wide-spread myth that teaching nanotechnology is not possible without expensive instrumentation.

This webinar addresses this important matter. Dr. Pattarkine will share some strategies that enable low-cost, hands-on nanobiotechnology activities and projects that have been developed as a part of the workforce leadership activities undertaken through Capital Area Biotechnology Partnership (CABP) by the biotechnology program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (Harrisburg, PA).

(2 days)

St. Cloud Technical and Community College1540 Northway Dr.St. CloudMN56303

This interactive farm transition program is focused on helping farm families dive deeper into conversations about

  • Family and business goals,
  • Job responsibilities,
  • Financial needs of farms and families,
  • Inheritance considerations, and
  • Mechanisms of transfer.

An emphasis of the sessions is how to transfer both the financial business and how to transfer the management and responsibility of the farm business. We provide time for hands-on planning and discussion for the farm family.

(2 days)

Heritage Center of Brooklyn Center6155 Earle Brown DriveBrooklyn CenterMN55430

This conference is for aviation maintenance technicians, IA's, industry employers, aviation vendors, students, and you! The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be onsite to validate your IA certification training.

This 60-minute webinar will examine advancements in processing thin, laminated stator and rotor stacks and take a detailed look at examples of power-dense and high-efficiency motors that use high-performance, soft magnetic alloys. Topics include:

  • How using high-induction, high-permeability, and low-loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials can increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency current approach and consequences. 
  • Various options for realizing the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using these high-performance material solutions versus present technology.   
  • How these high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space.  

A Q&A session will follow the technical presentation.

(3 days)

Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center6700 N Gaylord Rockies BlvdAuroraCO80019

The WiCyS conference is the premier event to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. WiCyS brings together women in cybersecurity from academia, research, government, and industry.

Conference components include: Keynote Speakers, Technical Presentations, Workshops, Panels, Lighting Talks, Networking Socials, Résumé Clinics, Mock Interviews, Professional Headshots, Career Fair, Capture -the-Flag Competition, Early Career Breakfast and Networking, Mid-Career Breakfast and Networking, Senior Leaders Luncheon and more.

(3 days)

Weber's Boutique Hotel3050 Jackson AvenueAnn ArborMI48103

This event will focus on real-world issues and future challenges of automotive cybersecurity. The agenda will showcase case studies, lessons learned and hand-on experience from vehicle manufacturers, government bodies and standardization groups, Tier-1 suppliers, and a select number of Tier-2/3 suppliers

(3 days)

Florida A&M University1601 S Martin Luther King Jr BlvdTallahasseeFL32307

This conference proposes to take stock of the dramatic developments from the past two years to ask: Variants in Biology Education: What can we learn from pandemics?

Over the last two years, teaching and learning has grappled with the demands of change in response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic within a highly politicized landscape for which science is on the defense and misinformation is rampant. Never before have so many questions arisen about the implications for mainstream organismal biology education, and never before has the speed and scale of innovation been put into practice. The “pandemic” symbolizes change, resistance, immunity, adaptation, and opportunity at so many different levels – literally, in our personal lives, in education, and in mass culture. It compels us to consider the workforce needs of the future where pandemics are now ubiquitous among all living organisms: people, plants, and animals (domestic and wild).

This webinar will cover robots for AI and Industry 4.0.

This interactive farm transition program is focused on helping farm families dive deeper into conversations about

  • Family and business goals,
  • Job responsibilities,
  • Financial needs of farms and families,
  • Inheritance considerations, and
  • Mechanisms of transfer.

An emphasis of the sessions is how to transfer both the financial business and how to transfer the management and responsibility of the farm business. We provide time for hands-on planning and discussion for the farm family.

(4 days)

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront225 E Coastline DrJacksonvilleFL32202

The 2023 State Leadership and Skills Conference (SLSC23) is the premier CTE event in the state of Florida. The top students in over 100 different skill and leadership competitions gather to compete against their peers for a chance to advance to the National Leadership and Skills Conference. These competitions provide an opportunity for students to hone their technical skills, connect with business and industry, and become world-class workers, leaders, and responsible American citizens.

In addition to competitions, students are invited to participate in other conference activities to further their careers and connect them with potential future employers. The Meet the Employer Career Fair, where more than 50 local, state, and national companies are looking to recruit and hire students for immediate job openings. The CONNECTED Expo and Trade Show showcases business and industry partners and their products, services, and career opportunities. 

(4 days)

Minneapolis Convention Center1301 2nd Ave SMinneapolisMN55403

ITEEA's 85th Annual Conference. The annual ITEEA conference provides an unparalleled opportunity for technology and engineering educators to gain comprehensive professional development and networking experiences. ITEEA members pay a reduced rate to attend and can choose from dozens of interest sessions, workshops, and social events. This is a unique opportunity to learn from and share with other technology and engineering STEM education professionals in a variety of formats.

This symposium is hosted by the Association of Computer Science Departments at Minority Institutions (ADMI). This event is devoted to computing issues relevant to minority students, education, and institutions. This 2023 Symposium will be held in-person and virtually and will highlight undergraduate and graduate research with particular interest on innovations in the computing field.

Symposium includes:

  • Current Perspectives on Machine Learning & Related Topics
  • Student Papers & Oral Presentations
  • Faculty Papers & Presentations
  • HBCU Cybersecurity Competition
  • HBCU Computer Science Olympiad Competition
  • ADMI Symposium Social Media Competition
  • Workshops
  • Grad School/Career Fair

During this summit, participants will be taken through the process used to create the skill standard, so they can implement it for new programs. Also, learn to take the six skill standards created by ITSS and localize them to create or update your school's IT programs. 

(4 days)

Gaylord Texas Resort1501 Gaylord TrailGrapvineTX76051US

This event will explore innovation for all and bring rogether the entire intelligent transportation community for thought-provoking education, networking, and demonstrations exploring the technologies and solutions that will enable a better future.

(3 days)

Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center3405 Lenox Road NEAtlantaGA30326

This annual conference is specifically focused on professional development for WBL professionals across the United States at both secondary and post-secondary career and technical education programs and institutions. 

Sessions will offer insights, cover timely topics and high-quality CTE specific content areas, including agricultural education, business & marketing, counseling & career development, engineering & technologies, trade & industrial education and more. 

Attendees enjoy featured keynote speakers, hundreds of educational sessions, networking events & a massive CareerTech Expo.

(4 days)

Colorado Convention Center700 14th StDenverCO80202

Join a community of end users, technologists and policymakers working together to write the next chapter of autonomous innovation and assure its safe and seamless integration into everyday life. XPONENTIAL 2023 is an experience offering fresh insight across the full spectrum of unmanned innovation, from AI, to sensors, to cybersecurity. It’s more than an in-person gathering or a virtual event. It’s the best of both worlds.

(2 days)

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center415 Summer StreetBostonMA02210

The Robotics Summit and Expo brings together in one place, at one time, technical and business professionals from across the globe to share knowledge, experience and insights with the goal of driving robotics development and innovation forward. 

(4 days)

Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront1550 North Atlantic AveCocoa BeachFL32931

ETOP, Education and Training in Optics and Photonics, is a conference held every two years, that brings together leading optics and photonics educators from all around the world and from all levels and orientations to discuss, demonstrate and learn about new developments and approaches to teaching in these fields.

Through presentations, panel discussions, workshops and exhibits, it is the intent of this conference to inform professors, students, teachers and professional trainers on how to teach optics and photonics for the future.

NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, to be held May 27-30, 2023, in Austin, Texas, is the definitive gathering of community and technical college educators passionate about teaching and learning. Over the years, NISOD’s annual conference has provided faculty, administrators, and staff with the resources, ideas, and solutions that drive excellence in all areas of community and technical college campuses.

The NICE Conference is the annual convening of community members and thought leaders from education, government, industry, and non-profits to explore ways of developing a skilled cybersecurity workforce ready to meet the challenges of the future. This event provides an opportunity to share best practices from around the world and across sectors in order to build the workforce we need to confront cybersecurity risks today and in years to come.

This event is hosted by Florida International University and New America, supported by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the U.S. Department of Commerce.

(5 days)

Chattanooga State Community College4501 Amnicola HwyChattanoogaTN37406

The Non-Destructive Testing Module covers methodology to detect common metal defects and failure mechanisms, such as cracking and corrosion by utilizing different detection methods such as radiographic inspection, ultrasonic inspection and magnetic particle inspection.

What's included:
1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
4. Professional Development Hours: These courses will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance by the National Center for Welding Education and Training worth up to 40 professional development hours, 4 CEUs.

Participants are responsible for travel and all other meals.  There’s a maximum of 20 participants per location. If course enrollment is less than 7, the course will be cancelled with full refund of registration fee.

(2 days)

Suburban Collection Showplace46100 Grand River AvenueNoviMI48374

This conference will bring together the full automotive tech industry to immerse attendees in the future of automotive, by showcasing the newest tech and the latest vehicles. 

(3 days)

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center1601 Lake Robbins DrThe WoodlandsHouston77380

The Energy Drone & Robotics Summit is the largest event in the world for UAVs, Robotics & Data/AI/ML, exclusively focused on the business and technology of unmanned systems, automation and data/AI in energy & industrial operations. 

Over the last 5 years, it has grown to the most influential gathering of industrial, energy and engineering leaders from around the globe where the key challenges & solutions are addressed for operating drones, satellites, and robotics successfully and managing/making data actionable, from the stars to the sea floor. 

"Joining and Cutting Processes” course covers the basics and principles of major joining and cutting processes. Advantages, disadvantages, equipment, consumables, techniques and variables for each process are discussed. Applications, criteria for consumable selection and how to establish process parameters are emphasized. Laboratory work involves equipment set up and operating of the welding and cutting equipment for specific applications.

What's included:
1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
4. Professional Development Hours: These courses will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance by the National Center for Welding Education and Training worth up to 40 professional development hours, 4 CEUs.

Participants are responsible for travel and all other meals.  There’s a maximum of 20 participants per location. If course enrollment is less than 7, the course will be cancelled with full refund of registration fee.

Workshop Focus: Participants in this workshop will learn about the NSF Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program and how to most effectively apply for grant funding. Faculty must propose a specific project to improve an ATE-eligible technical program in a one page proposal. One-page proposals will be reviewed from October to April 1st or until all spaces are full. Proposals will be either accepted or sent back for corrections and the website will remain open until the workshop and a waiting list are full. Workshop activities will include presentations; planning and writing sessions with mentors who have had extensive experience with ATE and NSF; and networking with colleagues from similar institutions around the country. Two faculty from each college can receive stipend support. 

Eligibility: Full-time STEM discipline faculty involved in technician education programs from two-year colleges. Two faculty per college are eligible for stipends. Since this is an online format, colleges may also include a grant writer or additional team members that will make their team stronger. Teams of two or three are strongly encouraged.

Stipends and Support: Faculty participants (up tp two per team) will be eligible for a $500 stipend at the completion of the virtual workshop. An additional stipend of $250 will be available for the two faculty upon submission of an ATE proposal in the October 2023 competition.

(5 days)

North Dakota State College of Science800 6th St NorthWahpetonND58076

"Joining and Cutting Processes” course covers the basics and principles of major joining and cutting processes. Advantages, disadvantages, equipment, consumables, techniques and variables for each process are discussed. Applications, criteria for consumable selection and how to establish process parameters are emphasized. Laboratory work involves equipment set up and operating of the welding and cutting equipment for specific applications.

What's included:
1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
4. Professional Development Hours: These courses will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance by the National Center for Welding Education and Training worth up to 40 professional development hours, 4 CEUs.

Participants are responsible for travel and all other meals.  There’s a maximum of 20 participants per location. If course enrollment is less than 7, the course will be cancelled with full refund of registration fee.

(3 days)

Normandale Community College9700 France Av SBloomingtonMN55431

Learn how to teach rough vacuum technology using hands-on activities in effective, engaging ways in your classroom!

Join organizers in Bloomington, MN in 2023 for this on-site hands-on Professional Development Workshop in vacuum technology. At this Workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • review new educational resources developed as part of this NSF New-to-ATE project,
  • get familiarized with rough vacuum systems developed by Normandale Community College and SUNY Erie Community College, 
  • access resources and experience to build, run and troubleshoot rough vacuum systems, and finally  
  • have access to ready-to-use hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to add meaningful context for learning about rough vacuum technology in your classroom.

Intended audience for the workshop is community college faculty.   

This professional development workshop includes two linked events:

  1. Remote Zoom kick-off meeting with workshop participants:
    • Tuesday, May 23, 2023, 11am-12pm (ET) or 
    • Wednesday, May 24, 2023, 3pm-4pm (ET)
       
  2. On-Site Workshop at Normandale Community College:
    • Wednesday, June 21, 2023, 6 pm (CT) – welcome dinner
    • Thursday, June 22, 2023, 8am-5pm (CT) – day long on-site workshop (lunch provided)
    • Friday, June 23, 2023, 8am-1pm (CT) – half-day on-site workshop (lunch provided)
    • Friday, June 23, 2023, 2-3pm (CT) – optional industry site tour
    • Information on hotel accommodations in Bloomington, MN will be provided 
    • Stipend will be paid to participants after full completion of the Workshop.

The ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition is the only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering and engineering technology education. The premier event of its kind, the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition fosters an exchange of ideas; enhances teaching methods and curricula; explores how to manage engagement, retention, and return on learning experiences; and provides unparalleled networking opportunities for engineering and engineering technology education stakeholders, including deans, department chairs, faculty members, researchers, and industry and government professionals.

The conference features more than 400 technical sessions and thousands of authors and speakers, with peer-reviewed papers spanning all disciplines of engineering education; topical plenaries, including the main plenary; provocative panel discussions; award ceremonies and social events; Focus on Exhibit Events; and workshops on topics ranging from new tools and technologies to research-proven, practical tips for improving teaching, learning, and equity.

(3 days)

Madison Area Technical College2125 Commercial AvenueMadisonWI53704

At the Institute, you’ll use tools of the trade to install and commission a residential size solar photovoltaic array. You’ll review and practice necessary safety measures and electrical principles. Finally, you’ll perform (and take with you) ready to use hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to bring solar energy to life in your classroom.

  • Class morning and afternoon at Madison College’s Commercial Avenue campus and outdoor solar photovoltaic training yard
  • Hotel accommodations in downtown Madison for two nights provided, along with breakfast and lunch
  • $600 stipend paid to participants after full completion of the Academy
  • One graduate credit available (estimated cost $60)

(4 days)

Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Concord5400 John Q. Hammons Dr NWConcordNC28027

Get ready for the 9th Annual ASE Instructor Training Conference – live and in person! Get 20 hours of technical update training, connect with industry peers, and much more! Hotel booking link and registration opening early 2023.

Who: Any high school or college auto, collision, or truck instructor

(5 days)

Oregon Convention Center777 NE Martin Luther King Jr BlvdPortlandOR97232

The DeafTEC Resource Center is partnering with AHEAD to provide a unique professional development opportunity for faculty and disability services personnel on fostering equitable higher education experiences for students with disabilities. This professional development will allow participants to develop a network of colleagues with whom they can share ideas, and discuss issues and experiences in STEM programming for students who are deaf or hard of hearing as well as those students with other disabilities.

(4 days)

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center220 Marietta St. NWAtlantaGA30303

Supported by the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) program, HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technological education where secondary and postsecondary educators, counselors, industry professionals, trade organizations, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with preparing America’s skilled technical workforce, the event focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce for companies in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation’s economy.

"Joining and Cutting Processes” course covers the basics and principles of major joining and cutting processes. Advantages, disadvantages, equipment, consumables, techniques and variables for each process are discussed. Applications, criteria for consumable selection and how to establish process parameters are emphasized. Laboratory work involves equipment set up and operating of the welding and cutting equipment for specific applications.

What's included:
1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
4. Professional Development Hours: These courses will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance by the National Center for Welding Education and Training worth up to 40 professional development hours, 4 CEUs.

Participants are responsible for travel and all other meals.  There’s a maximum of 20 participants per location. If course enrollment is less than 7, the course will be cancelled with full refund of registration fee.

Join organizers for an intensive 3-day workshop to prepare community college faculty to submit papers to peer-reviewed journals. This online workshop is led by Peter Kazarinoff, MNT-EC co-PI and faculty at Portland Community College. Organizers will cover how peer-reviewed journals work, as well as how to write, submit, review, edit and publish in peer-reviewed journals to advance in your career. Stipends available for qualified faculty.

Agenda:

Day 1 Introduction: peer-reviewed journals, why publish, finding journals
Day 2 Peer-review journal process, writing
Day 3 Reviewing for journals, wrap-up, formation of writers and reviewers

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the peer-reviewed journal write/review/revise/publish process
  2. List at least one journal you can publish your work in
  3. Explain the parts of a peer-reviewed journal submission

(3 days)

Omni Shoreham Hotel2500 Calvert St NWWashingtonDC20008

The American Association of Community Colleges, with the support of the National Science Foundation (NSF), hosted the 29th National ATE Principal Investigators’ Conference as an in-person event with a virtual track participation option.

The conference brought together more than 800 NSF ATE grantees and their project partners to focus on the critical issues related to advanced technological education. Key people working on ATE projects across the country participated in the event. Conference participants represented community colleges, business and industry, secondary school systems, and four-year colleges covering projects in a wide variety of areas, such as information technology, engineering technology, micro- and nanotechnologies, chemical technology, biotechnology, and others. For more information, please see www.ATEPIConference.com.