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ATE Events — August 2017

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This course is an introduction to the Arduino microcontroller, computer processing, and basic sensors used in the underwater environment. This course consists of 10 modules that are each approximately three hours in length. The modules include videos, lab activities, and quizzes. A discussion board is used to address questions and share participant comments. This course is self-paced; participants can work through one - two modules per week or work through all of the modules one week.

(4 days)

Grand Traverse Resort100 Grand Traverse Village BoulevardAcmeMichigan49610

CAR MBS delivers thought-provoking sessions which provide a vision of where the global automotive industry is headed. Executive management from automakers and suppliers along with representatives from the financial community, academia, labor, government and business and automotive press gather to connect and focus on the issues impacting the industry and the pathways to success.

(5 days)

Moraine Valley Community College, T Building9000 College PkwyPalos HillsIllinois60465

The USCC-sponsored Cyber Quests are a series of fun but challenging on-line competitions allowing participants to demonstrate their knowledge in a variety of information security realms. Each quest features an artifact for analysis, along with a series of quiz questions. Some quests focus on a potentially vulnerable sample web server as the artifact, challenging participants to identify its flaws using vulnerability analysis skills. Other quests are focused around forensic analysis, packet capture analysis, and more. The quests have varying levels of difficulty and complexity, with some quests geared toward beginners, while others include more intermediate and ultimately advanced material.

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(5 days)

Community College of Rhode IslandLincolnRI

The 2017 STEM Guitar Summer Institute is funded through a National Science Foundation NSF project; LEAD with GUITARS in STEM - ATE DUE #1304405. This project is designed to help faculty increase their students' interest and engagement in the study of and learning of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) principles, practices, and careers through guitar design and building. The 2017 Summer Institute is open to all STEM subject area educators, primarily focused in the 9-12 High school grade level, community college levels and freshman/sophomore university instruction. Participants selected for this summer’s institute will join the existing cohort of STEM Guitar Institute Fellows. The Institute Fellows are made up of educators from around the country who are teaching their STEM content using the guitar as a focus. The Fellows contribute to the project’s curriculum and assessment and help each other with project implementation.

This course is designated for Professional Development of Welding Educators teaching secondary and post-secondary welding programs. “Cutting and Joining 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.

(5 days)

University of Massachusetts100 Morrissey BoulevardBostonMA02125United States

This workshop will introduce participants to the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and micro:bit single-board computer and microcontrollers, inexpensive platforms that can do amazing things. Each device has its own capabilities and the projects will demonstrate the array of activities that can be integrated within your classroom.  Additionally, we will discuss how these devices platforms can be enrich outreach activities to drive interest in your educational programs, and to introduce students to STEM areas. Participants will be able to get access to all materials (slides, labs, etc) presented during the workshop, and will be able to use it under a Creative Commons license.

(6 days)

Macomb Community College14500 East 12 Mile RoadWarrenMichigan48088

In its sixth year, the 2017 SAE Battelle CyberAuto Challenge is a five-day practicum-based workshop where teams comprised equally of students and professionals, including automotive engineers, government engineers, and ethical “white-hat” hackers, work on real cars to find real answers to the challenges posed by cybersecurity in automobiles. Teams work to identify automotive cybersecurity trends and develop talent in a new technical discipline in a high-tech industry.

(3 days)

Shoreline Community College16101 Greenwood Ave NShorelineWashington98133

Learn how to teach solar principles in effective, engaging ways in your classroom! For High School STEM teachers with an interest in applied science, technology, engineering, and career/vocational training.

Santa Fe Community College6401 Richards AvenueSanta FeNM87508United States

- Understand hearing loss

- Best instructional practices

- Importance of STEM

- Universal design

- Effective use of support service

- Student and faculty panels

459 Phil RoadElmiraNew York14903United States

The New York Geographic Allliance will be bringing the B-WET Upper Susquehanna Program to Elmira, NY to study the very important tributary in this system, the Chemung River. This is a partnership with the Greater Southern Tier BOCES Teacher Center and the Friends of the Chemung River. This is a FREE professional development opportunity for teachers and informal educators of the Susquehanna Valley (other teachers are welcome if room is available). 

Burlington Rotary Community Meeting Room, Burlington Public Library820 E. Washington AvenueBurlingtonWA02125United States

CyberWatch West is organizing three information sessions in northwest Washington in late August 2017 to introduce high school students, parents, and teachers to the CyberPatriot program, the largest high school cyber defense competition in the United States. Dr. Dan Manson of Cal Poly Pomona will present on how high schools can form teams and get started. 

Seating at these free events is limited; please register online in advance by following this link: s.cyberwatchwest.org/competition.

Syre Student Center (SSC) Room 104, Whatcom Community College237 W. Kellogg RoadBellinghamWAUnited States

CyberWatch West is organizing three information sessions in northwest Washington in late August 2017 to introduce high school students, parents, and teachers to the CyberPatriot program, the largest high school cyber defense competition in the United States. Dr. Dan Manson of Cal Poly Pomona will present on how high schools can form teams and get started. 

Seating at these free events is limited; please register online in advance by following this link: s.cyberwatchwest.org/competition.

Room 166 in Grey Wolf Hall, Everett Community College2000 Tower StreetEverettWAUnited States

CyberWatch West is organizing three information sessions in northwest Washington in late August 2017 to introduce high school students, parents, and teachers to the CyberPatriot program, the largest high school cyber defense competition in the United States. Dr. Dan Manson of Cal Poly Pomona will present on how high schools can form teams and get started. 

Seating at these free events is limited; please register online in advance by following this link: s.cyberwatchwest.org/competition.

Learn how to enroll up to 25-50% female students in STEM in less than a year in this 4-Day online bootcamp. Participants will take away an easy-to-implement recruitment plan to increase the number of women in STEM classrooms, a retention plan, the knowledge and confidence to put these plans into action, and a final presentation to highlight successful outcomes. There is a 1-week orientation and then a live 4-day bootcamp August 30-31 and September 14-15.