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ATE Events — June 2017

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(6 days)

Wild Dunes Resort1 Sundial CircleIsle of PalmsSouth Carolina29451

The 2017 VESTA National Summit brings together industry members, VESTA instructors and VESTA Management Team members to review, revise and refine the expansive VESTA grape, wine and entrepreneurship curriculum. In addition to a thorough review of the curriculum, the focus this year will be directed on integration of the VESTA Virtual Reality program; Grape and Wine Industry Occupational Competencies; and online instructional strategies and best practices.  

Recent trends have seen a rise in the use of monoclonal antibody therapeutics (Mabs) as the medical community strives towards a more personalized approach to treating diseases such as cancer and autoimmune disorders. This workshop for two or four-year college faculty will teach Mab production Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cell culture in spin flasks and bioreactors, sampling and monitoring growth parameters including cell viability, optical density, glucose and lactate levels, as well as performing ELISA for active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) detection.

(2 days)

TransAlta Commons Conference Center, Centralia College600 Centralia College BlvdCentraliaWA98531United States

The Summit, now in its 12th year, will feature Dr. Mark Taylor, an award-winning speaker recognized internationally as an educator, expert, and consultant on the forefront of transformations in educational practice and workplace management. As an authority on generational relations and the traits, developmental issues, and learning outcomes of today’s young people, he is dedicated to helping colleges, universities, and professional programs better understand and serve our students for learning, development, persistence, and successful integration into the “after college” world through keynotes, seminars, and workshops. He is founder and President of Taylor Programs.

The Summit is intended for energy/construction educators, industry, organized labor, and economic and workforce development representatives.

This 4 hour Exploratorium will show the use of precision GPS equipment and will include this use with Trimble handheld units. In attending this Exploratorium, you will also use Collector on smart devices with Trimble Antenna’s for Data Collection and downloading of the information will be collected into ArcGIS Desktop and AGO. A brief discussion of GPS accuracy and the history of the technology will be included. Field Data Collection using high accuracy GPS and downloading in other application software will be demonstrated.
 

Jefferson Community and Technical College1000 Community College DriveLouisvilleKY

This hands on exploration will show how Python can be used to automate processes in GIS software. The emphasis will be on Esri ArcMap Desktop, but other software will be discussed. The participants in this Exploratorium should be solid GIS users. Scripts will be provided as well as data so that the participants can continue the learning process after this four-hour event. The learner will be provided with the GeoTech Center complete course on Map Programming. The purpose of this event is not to make the learner an expert programmer but to see how processes can be automated in mapping software. Those in this workshop should complete the first two chapters in GeoTech Center Map Programming course prior to attending the session and this knowledge will be assumed.

 

Jefferson Community & Technical College1000 Community College DriveLouisvilleKY

Please join Stephen Chino, PLS, for an instructional exploratorium that will introduce participants to parallel workflows for working with LiDAR data in both ArcGIS and QGIS. Participants will receive instruction on how to find and acquire data into their GIS and produce various raster and vector datasets for use in their GIS environment. Some familiarity with ESRI products is recommended and will help to insure that all classroom time is used efficiently. A working knowledge of ArcGIS is needed as this Exploratorium is not for beginners.
 

Metadata: What is it and why is it important?

  • What does it do for us?

  • Are there metadata standards &€“ why or why not?

Querying: What is it and why is it an important skill?

  • Examples of querying in ArcGIS

  • How can we apply it?

Data Management - What is it and why is it important in geospatial technologies?

  • File management basics

  • Examples of why we need to manage data correctly

  • Demo in ArcGIS

A Touch of Statistics & Why are stats important?

  • What can we learn from statistics?

  • What is the difference between statistics and analytics?

The GeoTech Center will once again be hosting the annual GeoEd Exploratoriums and Conference.  The Exploratoriums will be June 5th and 6th and will open shortly.  The conference will be June 7th.  To register for the conference go to the GeoTech Center main page http://geotechcenter.org  and click GeoEd’17.  If you are interested in presenting please send me an email.  Stipends will be available for Educators.  

(5 days)

Lansing Community College - West Campus5708 Cornerstone DriveLansingMichigan48917

Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute offers cutting-edge, cost-effect professional development opportunities to current high school and community college faculty that is often only available through expensive commercial training. Working Connections makes the newest technologies and industry trends available to attendees, as well as encourages the kind of networking and collaboration among educational and business leaders that can strengthen any IT educational program.

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.

(4 days)

Clark Kerr Campus2601 Warring StreetBerkeleyCalifornia94720

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.

This workshop will introduce remote sensing concepts behind imagery analysis so that you can use a free application on your browser to access imagery and carry out space-time change detection and analysis.
 

This hands-on exploration will demonstrate how high resolution Pictometry can be integrated with ArcGIS desktop to address a wide range of real-world scenarios. Participants will learn how to navigate and use oblique and orthographic Pictometry imagery in both the ArcGIS environment and the Pictometry Online web interface and how to integrate the two for analysis and presentation. Exercises covering topics ranging from environmental assessment, E-911, land use classification, and facilities management will be presented and provided to attendees for their use in the classroom. Participants are encouraged to bring GIS data with them that they are currently using in the classroom so that they can produce material for future use.
 

Jefferson Community & Technical College1000 Community College DriveLouisvilleKY

All educators are invited to meet in discuss geospatial technology issues. This forum will provide an opportunity to explore commonalities including but not limited to: course organization, exercises, contextual examples and case studies. In addition those present will have the opportunities to discuss the changing nature of mapping and geospatial topics. Enrollment, recruitment, retention and institutional usage of geospatial technologies as well as other items of interest to those attending will be discussed. This session is open to all educators and those interested in education.
 

The National Cyber Summit 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, the summit attracts commercial companies; the healthcare, automotive, and energy industries; academia; Department of Defense organizations; and civilian departments and agencies including DHS, NIST, U.S. Army, NASA, TVA, NSF, and DOE.

Presentations and workshops are organized into three tracks: "Management," "Technical," and "Workforce Development & Education." Highlights of the event include the NSA/DHS Reception honoring academic institutions that are being designated as National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAEs); a Cyber Job Fair; and the 2017 Cyber Cup Competition.

(2 days)

The Suburban Collection Showplace46100 Grand River AvenueNoviMichigan48374

With 150 speakers, 300 booths and 3000 attendees, TU-Automative is the world's biggest conference & exhibition dedicated to automotive technology innovation. Topics include AI Changes the Game, Embrace Cybersecurity, Smart Car Meets Smart World, Ready for Robot Drivers?, The Auto 'Access Economy', and more, 

Jefferson Community and Technical College1000 Community College DrLouisvilleKentucky40272

GeoEd '17 registration is now open as well as seeking presenters for the conference and workshops which will occur on June 5th, 6th, and 7th. If you would like to present a paper or workshop please complete the form. Paper/workshops form. Stipends will be available for two-year college educators only.

(2 days)

IRSC Main Campus3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFL34981United States

The role of this committee is provide advice and advocacy to the mission and goals of our Center.  Every member of this committee brings a unique perspective from his/her professional experience.  The presence of all these different perspectives in the same room discussing the mission and goals of LASER-TEC brings great value to the NVC.

(5 days)

Dauphin Island Sea Lab102 Bienville BoulevardDauphin IslandAlabama36528

Educators will learn about ROVs, remotely operated vehicles, and how they are used to explore, research, and work in ocean waters too deep or dangerous for humans. Fun field experiences include a trip aboard the R/V Alabama-Discovery and seeing a fully functional ROV at work. Educators will be provided with ROV materials to take back to their school, where they will assemble a team of students to build and improve a basic ROV. Teams will return to the Sea Lab the following spring for an ROV competition! Two teachers per school required, and must have administrative support for team component. 

(3 days)

JW Marriott Las Vegas221 N Rampart BlvdLas VegasNevada89145

The Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) supports cybersecurity educators, researchers, and practitioners in their efforts to improve curricula and foster discussion of current and emerging trends. At this three-day event in June, academic partners share innovative curriculum, courseware, and hands-on techniques that their colleagues can take back to their programs.

(5 days)

Sinclair Community CollegeDaytonOH

The 5-day institutes, combined with additional instructional activities comprising 80 hours, provide faculty training on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for middle, high school, and post-secondary faculty. The institutes present and teach participants hands-on, applied learning techniques to help engage students and spark excitement for learning STEM subject matter.

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This course is designated for Professional Development of Welding Educators teaching secondary and post-secondary welding programs. “Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)" is testing and evaluation that does not destroy the test object. NDT is vital for constructing and maintaining all types of components and structures. Non-Destructive tests are done to detect internal or external imperfections, to determine structure, composition, or properties, or to measure geometric characteristics without affecting the form, fit, or function of the test object or material. To detect different defects such as cracking and corrosion, there are different methods of testing available, such as X-ray (where cracks show up on the film) and ultrasound )where cracks show up as an echo blip on the screen.

Delgado Community College is hosting the Protein is Cash workshop and Introduction to Biomanufacturing.

This is a hands-on laboratory workshop for High School Science Teachers.

Presented by Dr. Bill Woodruff of The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2), a National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education regional center that has been in existence since 2005.

This 4 day hands on workshop includes:

  • Transforming cells with foreign genes
  • Maximizing protein production and purification
  • Quality control
  • Biomanufacturing career pathways
  • Tour of a local biotechnology facility
  • Continental breakfast & lunch each day
  • $55.00 per day stipend

(2 days)

Embassy Row Hotel2015 Massachusetts Ave NWWashingtonDC20036United States

Join community college leaders in the nation’s capital to advocate for the federal community college agenda – to preserve and expand funding for key programs such as Pell Grants, improve the Higher Education and Carl Perkins Acts, and shape infrastructure and tax policies.  Participate in interactive sessions with key executive branch officials and senior Congressional staff.
 
Community colleges and students need you to make your voice heard on Capitol Hill at this critical time.
 
In addition to the joint advocacy effort, briefing topics will include:

  • Assessing the new political landscape
  • Separating fact from fiction in federal budget priorities and politics
  • Understanding how members of Congress view your institution

Featured high-level speakers will share insights about current dynamics and issues surrounding key legislation. The meeting also will offer networking opportunities with members of AACC’s Advocacy Advisory Group and other community college leaders.

(5 days)

IRSC Main Campus3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFL34981United States

  • Discover: Light, optics, lasers, laser systems, fiber optics, integrated photonics, sensors and more!
  • Design, Build, & Take Home: Your own laser-enabled museum security system with integrated photo alarm system!
  • Employ: Mirrors, lenses, lasers, electrical circuit board, and photo sensors.
  • Operate: Soldering iron, 3-D printer, mechanical tools.

Crown Plaza Downtown Convention Center1441 NE 2nd AvePortlandOR97232United States

A seminar combining port public relations and maritime economic development interests, with a focus on collaborations and strategies that can help ports gain favor with customers, community members, government officials and other important stakeholders.

ICUAS'17 is a four-day event. June 13 will be a Workshop/Tutorial day, followed by a three-day technical Conference on June 14-16. Judging from the interest ICUAS has drawn over the past years and its growth, ICUAS'17 is again expected to continue on the same path and attract the highest number of participants from academia, industry, federal and state agencies, government, the private sector, users, practitioners and engineers who wish to be affiliated with and contribute technically to this highly demanding and rapidly evolving and expanding field.

The theme of ICUAS'17 will focus on the very challenging and timely topic of networked unmanned systems. National and international organizations, agencies, industry, military and civilian authorities are working towards defining roadmaps of UAS expectations, technical requirements and standards that are prerequisite to their full utilization, as well as legal, policy and ethical issues. The next generation of UAS is expected to be used for a wide spectrum of civilian and public domain applications. Challenges to be faced and overcome include, among others, see-and-avoid systems, robust and fault-tolerant flight control systems, payloads, communications, levels of autonomy, manned-unmanned swarms, network-controlled swarms, as well as challenges related to policies, procedures, regulations, safety, risk analysis assessment, airworthiness, certification issues, operational constraints, standardization and frequency management, all of paramount importance, which, coupled with 'smart', 'environmentally friendly' cutting edge technologies will pave the way towards full integration of UAS with manned aviation and into the respective national airspace.

ICUAS'17 aims at bringing together different groups of qualified military and civilian representatives worldwide, organization representatives, funding agencies, industry and academia, to discuss the current state of UAS advances, and the roadmap to their full utilization in civilian and public domains. Special emphasis will be given to current and future research opportunities, and to 'what comes next' in terms of the essential technologies that need to be utilized to advance further UAS.

(3 days)

Century College3300 Century Ave NWhite Bear LakeMinnesota55110

If you are a girl currently in 8th grade through 11th grade and would like to pursue science or engineering studies in college, the Digital Fabrication Camp and Engineering Lab is an opportunity for you to keep busy this summer toward your life goal.

This camp includes “hands-on” projects using digital tools available in the FAB LAB of Century College. Through this workshop, you will learn how to use the LAB digital software, 2D- Laser print, 3D- print while doing these self-projects. Furthermore, you will learn about manufacturing engineering, which is fast-changing and has tremendous job opportunities for you in the market place right now.

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Join us for a 2-part series about the federally funded ManufacturingUSA Institutes! These multi-million dollar public-private partnerships are focused on moving cutting edge technologies from research labs through production into our hands. Each of the 14 currently funded institutes is working with the best research organizations in their technology domain. More importantly to technician educators, each institute must invest in the "K-gray" education and workforce development.

Part 2 of this series will host a number of NSF ATE funded projects and centers that currently have working relationships with one or more of the ManufacturingUSA Institutes. This panel will present opportunities for community colleges as well as funded projects and centers for working directly with the Institutes to learn about and better understand the future technician workforce skill needs. 

Join FLATER and the FLATE team at Central Florida College's FANUC Training Center this summer for FLATE's 2017 Advanced Manufacturing Summer Institute for robotics. This day-and-a-half hands on training workshop will be 100 percent basic training on Fanuc Robots (preference will be given to educators who have FANUC robots at their school.) Travel reimbursement available.

This webinar will offer insights into developing an effective recruitment strategy that encompasses Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) coupled with other methods to reach your goals. Proven approaches will be shared for recruiting special underrepresented populations such as minority groups, specific age groups, Native Americans, those with disabilities, and the socioeconomically disadvantaged. Practical and proactive strategies for increasing recruitment and decreasing drop outs will be highlighted

(5 days)

IRSC Main Campus3209 Virginia AveFort PierceFL34981United States

  • Discover the world of computer coding using an Arduino microcontroller.
  • Create computer code to interact with electronic circuits that can automate your world.
  • Find out if you have a knack for computer coding.

The faculty and staff of Madison College and City College of San Francisco are pleased to announce this exciting summer professional development opportunity designed for high-school and two-year college science and technical education instructors.  This year Madison College and CCSF have partnered to bring comprehensive curriculum in both human and mouse stem cell systems.  The course will be taught three times, at two different locations in an effort to make it available to as many instructors as possible.

The EMERGING STEM CELL TECHNOLOGIES Academy is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project (DUE 1501553) designed to provide hands-on experiences and instructional training necessary for teachers to incorporate stem cell technologies into their own classrooms. The Academy will be taught by a team of nationally recognized biotechnology educators led by Dr. Thomas Tubon and Dr. Robert DelVecchio

(5 days)

Florida State College at Jacksonville, Advanced Technology Center401 W State StJacksonvilleFlorida32202

Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute offers cutting-edge, cost-effect professional development opportunities to current high school and community college faculty that is often only available through expensive commercial training. Working Connections makes the newest technologies and industry trends available to attendees, as well as encourages the kind of networking and collaboration among educational and business leaders that can strengthen any IT educational program.

IBTE is a two week, 80-hour program developed for teachers who are, or will be, teaching courses within Florida’s Biotechnology Program (#8736000), Project Lead the Way’s Biomedical Program, or for any teacher wanting to integrate the biotechnology concepts and techniques into their curricula. 

The primary aim of this course is to provide experience with the skills, techniques and knowledge within the biotechnology curriculum in the context of working in the industry. In addition, there will be guidance and practice with the preparative steps necessary for the hands-on components of the program.  Completion of this course earns “district certification” for existing Biology and Chemistry teachers, enabling them to teach the CTE components of the program. Industry experience will include the design, development, testing, and manufacture of a biopharmaceutical drug. Participants will develop an understanding of the departmental roles, and careers, as well as the criteria associated with working in this highly regulated environment. The Biotility Education and Training Center is located in the heart of Alachua’s Progress Corporate Park, home to a variety of start-up and established biotechnology companies.

Highline College in Des Moines, WA, will host the first International Collegiate Cyber Defense Invitational (ICCDI) June 20-22. The ICCDI will bring together approximately ten student cyber defense teams, along with at least two faculty members each, from nations around the world to participate in a cyber competition modeled after the U.S. National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). Invitations have been extended to institutions in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Highline College is a U.S. National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense –Two-Year (CAE2Y) that has successfully hosted the Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (PRCCDC) for the past seven years. For the 2016 season, the Highline team designed, hosted, and operated the competition; thirteen colleges and universities from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho participated. Highline College is also a long-standing member of Community Colleges for International Development (CCID).

If you or your company are interested in sponsoring the event or providing volunteers, please contact Dr. Amelia Phillips at aphillips@highline.edu

(3 days)

Icicle Village ResortLeavenworthWA

We invite you to join us in looking at ways the ComGen project can expand the role of undergraduate research in the classroom to courses taken by non-majors and pre-allied health students. Last year, a group of faculty met to brainstorm new projects that would work in non-major’s classes.  We would like to expand on that work with a workshop this summer. We would like to discuss the progress made so far on the projects identified last year as well as discuss ways to further enhance the ComGen pedagogy to incorporate reading scientific articles and scientific journaling. We also wish to use this time to continue to foster and strengthen a sustainable community of faculty that can support each other in this effort of providing authentic research experiences to students. We hope you will join us and provide your invaluable insight and experience.

Century College3300 Century Ave NWhite Bear LakeMinnesota55110

If you are currently in 8th grade through 11th grade and would like to pursue science or engineering studies in college, the Digital Fabrication Camp and Engineering Lab is an opportunity for you to keep busy this summer toward your life goal.

This camp includes “hands-on” projects using digital tools available in the FAB LAB of Century College. Through this workshop, you will learn how to use the LAB digital software, 2D- Laser print, 3D- print while doing these self-projects. Furthermore, you will learn about manufacturing engineering, which is fast-changing and has tremendous job opportunities for you in the market place right now.

Century College is offering four workshops to all genders:

Workshop June 21-23
Workshop June 28-30
Workshop July 5-7
Workshop July 12-14

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The NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources is hosting a free webinar.

Administrators, faculty, researchers, evaluators, and other STEM leaders are invited to learn more about funding opportunities at the NSF specifically target- ing underrepresented groups in STEM and Minority Serving Institutions as well as other funding opportunities.

NSF Program Officers will be presenting and answering questions in real-time.

The second annual California Cyber Innovation Challenge (CCIC), a statewide high school cybersecurity competition, will be held at the California Cyber Training Complex in San Luis Obispo. The challenge will allow high school – level cybersecurity competition teams to demonstrate their expertise, while encouraging the formation of new cybersecurity teams for future statewide challenges.
 
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and California Polytechnic University are leading this event on behalf of the CyberCalifornia coalition. CyberCalifornia is an ever-growing coalition of businesses, academic institutions, and state agencies, all of whom understand the need to proactively address the cybersecurity concerns and opportunities associated with next-generation technologies. 

(2 days)

Clinical and Translational Science Institute2004 Mowry RoadGainesvilleFL32610United States

Biotility at the University of Florida is offering an opportunity for secondary and postsecondary instructors to learn and apply bioinformatics and molecular modeling techniques that can be implemented in the classroom.  Bioinformatics is the acquisition, storage, analysis, modeling, and distribution of information defined in DNA and protein sequence data.  As such, it serves as the perfect vehicle for connecting complex topics in the biosciences, such as DNA analysis and cloning, protein structure, expression, and function, as well as mutations, disease, and drug discovery.

(4 days)

Columbus Convention Center400 N High StColumbusOhio43215

ASEE is 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. 

This Institute is geared for secondary STEM and CTE educators, college faculty, guidance counselors, career coaches, and secondary and college-level administrators as well as maritime and transportation industry employees who would benefit from interacting directly with local educators for workforce development.

(4 days)

Montgomery County Community College340 Dekalb PikeBlue BellPennsylvania19422United States

BIOMAN Academies are four-day, hands-on workshops for high school students entering grades 10-12. Hosted during the summer at the NBC2 hub schools, BIOMAN Academies are FREE and all necessary supplies and laboratory PPE are provided. 

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Mohawk High SchoolMarcolaOregon

The 5-day institute, combined with additional instructional activities comprising 80 hours, provide faculty training on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for middle, high school, and post-secondary faculty. The institutes present and teach participants hands-on, applied learning techniques to help engage students and spark excitement for learning STEM subject matter.

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Lane Community College101 West 10th AvenueEugeneOregon97401

The Summer Energy Educators Series (SEES) is a 5-day training in Energy Efficiency, Energy Management and Building Science, created through a grant from the National Science Foundation. 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.

The faculty and staff of Madison College and City College of San Francisco are pleased to announce this exciting summer professional development opportunity designed for high-school and two-year college science and technical education instructors.  This year Madison College and CCSF have partnered to bring comprehensive curriculum in both human and mouse stem cell systems.  The course will be taught three times, at two different locations in an effort to make it available to as many instructors as possible.

The EMERGING STEM CELL TECHNOLOGIES Academy is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project (DUE 1501553) designed to provide hands-on experiences and instructional training necessary for teachers to incorporate stem cell technologies into their own classrooms. The Academy will be taught by a team of nationally recognized biotechnology educators led by Dr. Thomas Tubon and Dr. Robert DelVecchio

(5 days)

North Dakota State College of Science800 6th St NWahpetonNorth Dakota58076

This course is designated for Professional Development of Welding Educators teaching secondary and post-secondary welding programs. “Welding Metallurgy and Weldability of Commercial Alloys” course covers the concepts and fundamentals of atomic structure, grain structure, heat flow, phase transformations, welding metallurgy, and the weldability of ferrous and non-ferrous commercial alloys. Laboratory work consists of welding metallurgy investigation on the welded samples and weldability testing for specific applications.

Blackfeet Community College504 SE Boundary StBrowningMT

The Missoula College Energy Technology Summer Practicum provides students with a hands-on field experiences in developing novel energy technologies. Students work in teams to design, build, and test renewable and sustainable energy technologies with a focus on solar, wind, geothermal, microhydro, efficiency, or a technology of their choosing with faculty approval. In addition to promoting creativity and task completion, this course increases students'™ occupational awareness and professionalism by exposing them to local energy industry leaders. Scientific method and engineering analysis will be used extensively. At the conclusion of this intensive two-week course, students present their findings to their peers, the faculty and the community in an open forum.

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Prince George's Community College301 Largo RdLargoMaryland20774

In advance of the 2017 Community College Cyber Summit, a cybersecurity job fair will be held at Prince George's Community College, MD. Faculty are invited to email info@3CS.nationalcyberwatch.org if they would like to bring students to the job fair.

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(3 days)

Prince George's Community College301 Largo RdLargoMaryland20774

The Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) is organized and produced by six Advanced Technological Education (ATE) centers funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and involved in cybersecurity. 3CS is the only national academic conference that focuses exclusively on cybersecurity education at the community college level.  Faculty, administrators, and other stakeholders in community college cybersecurity education are invited and encouraged to attend.

Madison College, Truax Campus1701 Wright St.MadisonWI53704United States

This workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to: 

  1. Learn about grant programs of interest to community colleges and Universities at the National Science Foundation – Division of Undergraduate Education,
  2. Hear from current Principal Investigators on tips and strategies for planning and developing a proposal, and 
  3. Participate on a mock review panel using a currently or previously funded proposals.

With an emphasis on two-year colleges, the National Science Foundation's ATE (Advanced Technological Education) program focuses on the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.