The Summit brings together the researchers and practitioners in educational equity to build capacity, knowledge, and skills to transform education, enrich classrooms, and improve student success as well as share best practices and build a learning community of professionals. The conference offers workshops and sessions that engage participants in learning about new research, tools, and strategies for improving policies and practices to close achievement, participation, and interest gaps.
ATE Events — May 2019
This webinar focuses on the various forms associated with NSF ATE grant proposals. Forms can make up 2/3 of a final proposal submission and impact the quality and accuracy of a proposal. The webinar will cover:
- the purpose of various forms associated with NSF ATE proposals
- what data to enter into each form associated with NSF ATE proposal
- the importance of providing consistent information on forms and other components of a proposal
- common errors that can be avoided
In this 3-hour workshop, participants can train and test pipetting skills, in addition to receiving a certificate of completion. Get to know the latest pipetting technology and train with biotechnology professors! The event is open to all who seek to master this in-demand skill and only $15 to attend. Current students of Santiago Canyon College, Fullerton College, Santa Ana College, and Irvine Valley College receive free admission.
The 2019 Summer Institutes are open to all STEM subject area educators, primarily focused in the 9-12 High school grade levels, community college levels, and freshman/sophomore university instruction. This project is designed to help faculty increase student interest and engagement in the study and learning of STEM principles, practices, and careers through guitar design and building. As a participant, you will receive a $300 stipend, a completed guitar, and a support package at the institute.
The conference is targeted to automotive industry representatives and secondary and post-secondary automotive educators, counselors, and administrators. Representatives from automotive-related government and professional organizations are also encouraged to attend. Industry and state leaders will talk about:
- the automotive industry's continued focus on electric vehicles (EVs)
- the current status of market acceptance of EVs
- the EV charging network, fast charging, charge rate, and range anxiety
- the MiSTEM Network, the Michigan STEM Advisory Council, and the state's STEM programming that is helping to make the state a world leader in STEM education
- the many STEM activities in Michigan that focus on developing skills that will help students gain proficiency in collaboration, questioning, problem-solving, and critical thinking that will better prepare them for the many jobs that are currently, and will continue to be, available to meet the needs of industry
- the Michigan Workforce Development Agency's efforts to work directly with federal, state, and local partners to implement workforce and education programs, and develop policies that align with and support the state's key workforce strategies
This is a mini-symposium to inform the audience about the opportunities in Biological sciences.
Are you interested in continuing your education and exploring careers in Health care and the Biological Sciences? Don't miss your chance to meet with industry leaders and learn about hiring trends and new job opportunities.
Bring your resume and dress professionally.
AutoSens is a 3-day workshop, conference and exhibition – providing a backdrop for the continuation of technical discussion concerning the future of vehicle perception technology. Fusing leading academic research, industry R&D and OEM insights, AutoSens in Detroit is a practical learning tool for engineers as well as a first-class networking experience. The conference dives into the US automotive market delivering invaluable updates for an international audience of 450+ technical experts and engineers.
This workshop will benefit winemakers, cellar workers, winery staff, and wine enthusiasts who seek a deeper understanding of these topics and their impact on a winery’s success. In addition, workshop attendees will be guided through sensory test methods to access perceived differences and preferences in wine.
Topics include: Welcome and Introduction to Tasting, White Sensory Standards, Red Sensory Standards, and Evaluating Palate Attributes: Alcohol, Acid, and Tannin Wine Defects, Descriptive Wine Analysis of White Wines, Descriptive Analysis of Red Wines, Laboratory Investigating, Wine Competition Methodology and Professional Wine Rating Systems. A certificate will be awarded after the completion of this workshop.
The Oceans of Data Institute (ODI) will be at the PCATT IT Symposium 2019 running this pre-conference workshop. Essential questions covered during the workshop include: Who are data workers and what are they expected to do? How can we assess what skills data workers are expected to perform? How can faculty work with employers to determine if the school's data program is addressing employer's skills demands? What key elements should drive program design? What actions need to be taken now?
To ensure high-quality evaluation, evaluators and project staff must collaborate on evaluation planning and implementation. Whether at the proposal stage or the official start of the project, setting up a successful dialog begins at the very first meeting between evaluators and project staff and continues throughout the duration of the evaluation. Intentional conversations and planning documents can help align expectations for evaluation activities, deliverables, and findings. In this webinar, participants will learn about innovative and practical strategies to improve communication between those involved in evaluation planning, implementation, and use. We will describe and demonstrate strategies developed from our own evaluation practice for：
- negotiating evaluation scope
- keeping project staff up-to-date on evaluation progress and next steps
- insuring timely report development
- establishing and maintaining transparency
- facilitating use of evaluation results
NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence 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. Come and be inspired by thought-provoking sessions and pre-conference seminars designed specifically for community and technical college educators committed to improving student achievement. With more than 300 sessions in a variety of focus areas and formats presented by your colleagues from across the nation and internationally, you’ll walk away with dozens of ideas you can implement immediately!
The CT College of Technology and the Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing would like to invite you apply for the Smart Manufacturing Workshop that will be hosted at Tunxis Community College in partnership with Motlow Community College and Tennessee Tech. This workshop is made possible through funding from the National Science Foundation. Participants will get to build a programmable drone!
- Learn about Smart Manufacturing Technologies, Status, and Applications
- Learn how to implement Smart Manufacturing technologies.
- Build your own programmable drone
- Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
- Each workshop participant will receive a $400 stipend and a programmable drone.
- For technical college, community college, and high school instructors of STEM fields
- Dr. Khalid Tantawi, Motlow State Community College, PI & Project Manager
- Dr. Ismail Fidan, Tennessee Tech University, Co-PI
- Dr. Karen Birch, Tunxis Community College, Co-PI
The NDG NetLab+ environment has established a large national adoption by schools teaching cybersecurity courses. The environment provides a safe sandbox environment for students to experience and use cybersecurity tools and techniques. The NetLab community has built and distribute and extensive library of exercises that are freely available. This two-day course presents the basics of creating and managing courses in the NetLab+ environments. The course will include an overview of the NetLab+ environments and features. The participants will learn to create PODs, manage users, extract assessment data and implement and deploy pre-packaged labs.