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(3 days)

Indian Hills Community College525 Grandview AveOttumwaIA52501U.S.

This 3-day hands-on laboratory is the capstone event for faculty who successfully complete OP-TEC's online photonics faculty development course by May 31, 2018.  The online course is offered in an open entry/open exit format available 24/7 with a recommended completion time of 6-12 weeks.  Interested faculty may obtain more information and apply online at www.op-tec.org/faculty.  For questions about the course, please contact op-tec@op-tec.org or call 254-751-9000.

(6 days)

Central Maine Community College, Jalbert Hall1250 Turner StreetAuburnME04210

Designed for the CNC machining teacher with an operational understanding of a Haas 3-axis CNC mill as well as a working knowledge of 4th axis CNC milling, this class will include both theory and hands on lab time. The theory portion of the class will include rotational axis, types of 5-axis CNC mills, 5-axis set-up considerations, programming changes, program editing, and 3+2 long hand programming. The lab portion of this class will include safety, 5-axis trunnion set-up, setting work offsets both manually and with a probe and tool setter, 5-axis work holding, tool clearance considerations, dry run techniques, and 5-axis machine operation. During the 5-day course participants will have the opportunity to program, setup and run a total of four 5-axis projects.

 

(4 days)

Columbus State Community College550 East Spring StreetColumbusOH43215

Columbus State Community College will offer a four-day (June 19-22, 2018) educators workshop that will provide a basic overview of  multidisciplinary supply chain management through STEM-based activities, trainings, and presentations.  The program is designed to better equip educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate multidisciplinary supply chain and logistics principles into their schools and classrooms. The program will focus on the infusion of robotics and new technologies throughout the logistics industry that is creating an abundance of high-paid job opportunities in Central Ohio. 

Program Benefits: Participants will receive CEU credits, a $400 stipend, and educational resources and activities. 

Target Participants:  Regional high school and middle school teachers, guidance counselors, and STEM educators  (Grades 8-12). A STEM or Computer Science background is not required to participate.

The AACC John E. Roueche Future Leaders Institute is a 4-day seminar designed for department chairs, deans, assistant/associate deans, or directors who look to advance into a senior leadership role.  The Roueche- FLI will provide participants the opportunity to hone leadership skills in critical areas such as change management, strategic planning and budgeting, shared governance and accountability, and understanding the reward and challenges of senior-level administrative positions.

The following items are required in order to complete your registration:

  • Current resume or vita (PDF)
  • A letter of recommendation from your college CEO or department’s vice president/chancellor (PDF)
  • Your professional headshot (at least 300dpi in one of the following formats: jpeg, jpg, tif, tiff, or gif)

Registration Fees

  • AACC Member Colleges: $1,500 | Non-AACC Member Colleges: $1,800

If you are unsure whether your institution is an AACC member college, please check the AACC Community College Finder. AACC Members are denoted as such with an AACC logo.

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and materials. Participants are responsible for their hotel and travel expenses – discounted hotel rates available.

All fees must be paid prior to the start of the institute.

Cancellation Fee – A fee of $250 will be imposed for ALL canceled registrations. No refunds will be given 30 days prior to the start of the institute.

(4 days)

Salt Palace Convention Center100 South West TempleSalt Lake CityUT84101

The only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering education...

We are committed to fostering the exchange of ideas, enhancing teaching methods and curriculum, and providing prime networking opportunities for engineering and technology education stakeholders such as: deans, faculty members, and industry and government representatives.

The conference features more than 400 technical sessions, with peer-reviewed papers spanning all disciplines of engineering education.

(5 days)

191 Community Education200 W Burnsville Pkwy Suite 100BurnsvilleMN55337

The STEM Guitar Project provides innovative professional development to faculty instructing from middle school  to college;  we focus our efforts at the high school and community college levels. 

Middle School through University faculty will take part in an intense five day guitar design/build project. Each faculty member will build his/her own custom electric guitar and will engage in student centered learning activities that relate the guitar design to specific math, science and engineering topics that are linked to national / state standards. 

Participants will leave this week long experience with their custom-made guitars, curriculum modules with  online short term assessments that can be immediately integrated into the faculty’s curriculum, and much more. This is an NSF funded institute with a value well over $2000 per person.  For full compensation/ institute fellowship value  visit our application pages on www.guitarbuilding.org.

(5 days)

Lane Community College4000 E 30th AveEugeneOR97405

As the Energy industry continues to grow at an exponential rate, so does the need for highly trained educators and trainers who possess both the technical skills needed to understand building sciences and the teaching skills to effectively teach the next generation of Energy practitioners. Each participant will be given resources that they can use in their own classes along with some hands on experience deploying dataloggers, analyzing energy usage, basic energy auditing and using calculations to document energy savings. Class size is limited to 15 people per year to encourage active participation and ensure plenty of opportunity for individual questions. We provide plenty of opportunities to ask questions of Lane Community College instructors. Instructors will include in their presentations how they run classes, sample projects, example materials, typical assignments as well as examples of what’s worked and what hasn’t.

(3 days)

Brookhaven College3939 Valley View LnFarmers BranchTX75244

Educators will leverage cross-curricular geospatial tools to increase student engagement and appropriately scaled inquiry-based lessons and demonstrations. 

Teachers will spend 3 days:

  •  Experiencing lesson resources prepared for classroom implementation from Esri’s GeoInquiries, ArcGIS books, and virtual Learn GIS site.
  • Exploring how to use spatial data to enhance lesson formats across many curricular topics.
  • Adding value to maps using meaningful multimedia integration for engaging students.
  • Becoming comfortable with types of analysis students can perform to more easily address questions student may have when learning from data. 
  • Designing  basic but engaging projects using geospatial technology as a means to teach and increase student engagement.

Production of mAbs in Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells is a common practice in pharmaceutical companies. This miniBIOMAN hands-on workshop will cover the downstream processing stage of the mAb manufacturing process. Participants will follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) and production batch records to perform each stage of the process, including tangential flow filtration, Protein A affinity chromatography, and ELISA assays.

At the conclusion of the mini-BIOMAN, participants will have a comprehensive, ready-to-insert curriculum module to utilize in their own classrooms. Curricular materials include PowerPoint slides and links to helpful resources and references, as well as hands on activities. Breakfast and lunch are provided each day of the conference, and transportation to off-site venues is included. Participation in all three days of the workshop is required.

* A limited number of $500 travel stipends are available for out-of-town participants.

** Individuals who have not previously received travel stipends for NBC2 events, and those incorporating materials & content into their programs will be given preference.

*** Registration will remain open until all participant positions are filled. 

Ongoing

Guest Speakers: 

  • Dr. Michael Grieves, Executive Director, Center of Advanced Mfg. in Florida IT
  • Mr. Joseph Lipman, Director, Medical Devices in the Hospital for Special Surgery

Workshops Include: 

  • Learn MIMICS Software for Medical Devices
  • Earn Certification in Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) - 4 days training

Other Details:  

  • Seats are limited to 20 students
  • $400 stipend if you attend the whole program

Requirements:  

  • Students must be US Citizens or Permanent Residents
  • Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Past

This series of two free workshops were created to provide post-secondary faculty and administrators with resources (labs, presentations, etc.) and guidance to effectively teach undergraduate nanotechnology courses. The workshops will also cover the strategies for conducting the NPDP-provided labs, as well as, equipment needs, costs and sustaining costs. The various modes in which institutions may choose to present this material and their labs will be examined varying from complete in-house to web-augmented joint offerings.

These workshops do not need to be taken in sequence, but both are required for participants to be eligible to attend one of four NPDP sites for a hands-on workshop.

The Nano Curriculum Materials I workshop will focus on: materials, safety and equipment overview; bottom-up manufacturing and bio-nanotechnology; and deposition. The workshop will be held on four consecutive Friday sessions beginning on April 6, 2018 (April 6, 13, 20, and 27) from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST. For more information, visit the workshop website (http://www.nano4me.org/workshops). Applications are due March 23, 2018 and can be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdw6gspEkKu3qxDYmuPGIvQyLIn9qnxpc3U632erdFuovIiKw/viewform.

The Nano Curriculum Materials II workshop will focus on: etching; patterning and lithography; and nanocharacterization. The workshop will be held on four consecutive Friday sessions beginning on May 11, 2018 (May 11, 18, 25, and June 1) from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST. For more information, visit the workshop website (http://www.nano4me.org/workshops). Applications are due April 27, 2018 and can be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdw6gspEkKu3qxDYmuPGIvQyLIn9qnxpc3U632erdFuovIiKw/viewform.

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This program is designed for the experienced geospatial user to learn how to do operations in the Esri ArcGIS Pro software.

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This program is designed to learn the basic principles of flight and image analysis.

Presented by: Wing Cheung PhD, GISP Professor of Geography and GIS, Assistant Director of National Geospatial Center of Excellence, Department Chair of Earth, Space and Environmental Sciences, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

(2 days)

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

Part 107 Certification Program (2 days) Instructor, include test prep materials – this program will provide a two day instructor lead learning of the requirements to pass the FAA Part 107 Certification Program which is required to legally fly a UAS.

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact: jf-geotech@kctcs.edu

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

(4 days)

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center415 Summer StreetBostonMassachusetts02210

The BIO International Convention is hosted by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), which represents more than 1,100 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations across the United States and in more than 30 other nations. 

The key benefits of attending the 2018 BIO International Convention are access to global biotech and pharma leaders via BIO One-on-One Partnering, exposure to industry though-leaders with over 1,500 education sessions at your fingertips, and unparalleled networking opportunities with 16,000+ attendees from 74 countries.

(4 days)

Central Maine Community College, Jalbert Hall1250 Turner StreetAuburnME04210

Designed for the CNC machining teacher with an operational understanding of a Haas 2-axis Slant Bed lathe, this class will include both theory and hands on lab time. The theory portion of the class will include rotational axis, types of live tooling holders, programming changes, program editing, and long hand live tooling programming. The lab portion of the class will include safety, live tooling holder set-up, C axis set-up, Y axis set-up, setting offsets manually and with a tool setter, dry run techniques and machine operation. During the 4-day course participants will have the opportunity to program, set-up and run three live tooling lathe projects.

 

Each year Bio-Link Fellows from across the nation travel to the Clark Kerr Campus (CKC) in Berkeley, CA to learn about the latest practices in biotechnology education. Come join us for our 20th Annual Summer Fellows Forum. 

At the Bio-Link National Summer Fellows Forum, participants learn new skills and techniques, examine and test exemplary curriculum models and course materials, discuss ethical, legal, and social issues in biotechnology and learn how to disseminate this information within their own regions. Fellows are expected to implement new strategies into their own programs, to lead regional staff development activities, and provide prompt response to follow-up surveys

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This program is for the geospatial user to gain knowledge and understand their strengths and weaknesses. The participant will be required to complete pre-assignments materials at least 10 day prior to the workshop. This program is designed for the experienced geospatial user.

Presented by: Ann Johnson, Associate Director and Co-PI GeoTech Center, Co-PI iGETT Project

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This program will assist the user in developing a basic skill set to use Python in Mapping (Esri ArcGIS Desktop)

Presented by: Vincent A. DiNoto, Jr. Director of National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, Dean of College and Systemic Initiatives, Professor of Physics, Astronomy, & GIS

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This workshop provides an analysis of different methods and techniques of representing geographic using QGIS. Attendees will learn:

  • Adding Data and Representing it in QGIS
  • Understanding Coordinate Systems and Projections in QGIS
  • Displaying Geospatial Data in QGIS
  • Creating Geospatial Data in QGIS
  • Basic Geospatial Analysis Techniques in QGIS
  • A Few Advanced Geospatial Analysis Techniques in QGIS

Presented by: Thomas R. Mueller, Ph.D., GISP, Department of Earth Sciences, California University of Pennsylvania

*No prior knowledge is needed. Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

The National Cyber Summit (NCS) is a preeminent event for cyber training, education, and workforce development aimed at protecting our nation’s infrastructure from the ever-evolving cyber threat. Held in Huntsville, Alabama, one of the nation's largest technological hubs, NCS attracts both government and commercial participants. Long known as the home to Department of Defense organizations and civilian departments and agencies including DHS, NIST, NASA, TVA, NSA and DOE, Huntsville also has many other industries represented. Companies are diverse and include healthcare, automotive and energy industries, academia, genetic research, and high technology.

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

This program will develop methods to collect field data using smart devices such as cell phones. The creation of the collection program will be covered which will include Survey 123 and Collector.

Presented by: Nicole L. Ernst, Associate Professor, Geospatial Technology Associate Director & Co-PI, National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, Chair, Committee on Committees, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. 

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

Review the suggested changes to the current GTCM by more than 200 individuals. This work group will work to clarify the changes. Registered attending individuals will be reviewed by the GeoTech Center before final tickets for this group will be confirmed.

Presented by: Rodney Jackson

Jefferson Community & Technical College-Southwest1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKY40272

Humanitarian Mapping will utilize Open Street Map to map features.

Presented by: Thomas R. Mueller, Ph.D., GISP, Advisor: Geography Major with GIS and Emergency Management Concentration, Co - Director: Pennsylvania View, Department of Earth Sciences, California University of Pennsylvania

Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only. For more information about the workshops or the stipend please contact jf-geotech@kctcs.edu.

*Lunch will be provided. More details may be posted on this page as it becomes available.

Inclusion Fusion Workshop for Employers: Learn how to recruit and retain qualified Professionals with Disabilities Create an Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Toolkitworkshop for employers.

Components of the workshop will be:

  • Keynote Speaker from Dow Chemical
  • Discussions and case scenerios highlighting various ethical and legal dilemma's Student panel comprised of qualified individuals with a disability

(3 days)

Central Maine Community College, Jalbert Hall1250 Turner StreetAuburnME04210

Designed for those with some basic CNC mill G-code programming, setup and operations experience. Subjects covered in the textbook include: workplace skills, safety, measurement, math, quality, metals, maintenance, drawings including GD&T, layout, hand tools, saws, offhand grinding, drilling operations, CNC basics, CNC mill setup and operation, basic CNC mill G-code programming, and an introduction to CAD/CAM. The skills covered in the online emulator training include CNC mill setup, programming and operation. The Haas CNC Mill Workbook also covers G&M-Code programming in much detail. The hands-on portion involves three 8-hour days directly on Haas CNC machining centers with 1 person to a machine. Class size is limited to 5 people for the highest quality training possible. The hands-on training includes safety, machine pre-checks, coolant management, startup, tooling and workholding, setting work and tool offsets manually, basic G-code programming, inputting and editing programs, adjusting wear offsets, machining parts and inspecting results with precision measuring tools.

For over twenty years, the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) has been a forum in which the members of the academic field of cybersecurity have gathered to present and discuss new ideas. CISSE was first established to provide a single place to conduct productive conversations between a variety of government, industry, and academic on the topic of cybersecurity education. Ideas arising from those discussions have led to new and improved content and curricula for cybersecurity teaching.

(5 days)

Boulder City High School1101 5th StBoulder CityNV89005

The STEM Guitar Project provides innovative professional development to faculty instructing from middle school  to college;  we focus our efforts at the high school and community college levels. 

Middle School through University faculty will take part in an intense five day guitar design/build project. Each faculty member will build his/her own custom electric guitar and will engage in student centered learning activities that relate the guitar design to specific math, science and engineering topics that are linked to national / state standards. 

Participants will leave this week long experience with their custom-made guitars, curriculum modules with  online short term assessments that can be immediately integrated into the faculty’s curriculum, and much more. This is an NSF funded institute with a value well over $2000 per person.  For full compensation/ institute fellowship value  visit our application pages on www.guitarbuilding.org.