Dr. Barry Gump is the first holder of the Harvey R. Chaplin Eminent Scholar’s Chair in Beverage Management at Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. In this position he is developing new graduate and undergraduate beverage classes to expand the offerings of the Beverage Management curriculum. Dr. Gump is Emeritus Professor of Chemistry and Emeritus Adjunct Professor of Enology at California State University, Fresno. He has had a long association (over thirty years) with the wine industry, conducting research in analytical methodology applied to grapes, juices, and wines.
ATE Events — March 2020
The Innovations Conference, now in its 22nd year, is the foremost convening for professionals dedicated to improving and enhancing teaching and learning, leadership and management, and the community college experience. This international event provides a forum for collaboration among academic experts and thought leaders, while granting participants exclusive access to the most inventive and inspirational community college programs from around the world.
Join the 2nd annual industry event to:
- Gain knowledge of the latest design strategies for additive-built parts and repair techniques from renowned experts.
- Contextualize how advanced manufacturing is changing business models and enhancing business transformation.
- Drive technology adoption through knowledge dissemination, workforce development, standards development, and conformity assessment solutions.
- Network with experts in advanced manufacturing for gas turbines.
Who Should Attend?
- Gas turbine manufacturing and design engineers
- Equipment & process designers for advanced manufacturing
- Gas turbines service & repair professionals
- Gas turbine asset owners involved with maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO)
- Secondary service providers for the gas turbine industry
- Engineers supporting MRO of gas turbine machinery
- Advanced coatings and welding processes engineering professionals
- Academics and students involved with design for advanced manufacturing
Many academic programs, especially at the graduate level, include internship and externship requirements. Colleges and universities have a clear obligation to ensure access to those academic experiences for students with disabilities, but the process of identifying what is reasonable and the need to involve so many more players can complicate achieving it. Join for a refresher on your institution’s obligation, a review of pertinent cases, and a summary of implications for your work with students, faculty, and site supervisors.
Plan to attend to learn about the latest advances in automation. The National Center for Supply Chain Automation (SCA) focuses on increasing the number of highly skilled supply chain technicians to meet the growing national demand. There will be many exciting activities, speakers and interactive sessions that build capacity and further the work in technology education. Key themes will be Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality teaching tools and techniques, Update on industry validated Certified Technician-Supply Chain Automation (CT-SCA) certification, Networking with education colleagues from across the country and a tour of MODEX where 950 exhibits showcase leading industry automation innovations and technologies.
As the largest industry event east of the Pacific states, EWE is designed to provide Eastern U.S. and Canadian wineries, vineyards and suppliers with an easily accessible, low-cost professional meeting place, trade show and Eastern-focused conference. EWE features 35 Workshop & Conference sessions, an exhibit hall with over 190 exhibiting companies, co-location of the License to Steal Wine Marketing Conference, and numerous opportunities for meeting the experts; sharing wine, knowledge, tips & techniques; networking, learning, socializing, equipment purchasing and wine tasting.
Have you identified what is stopping your campus from growing an accessible/assistive technology (AT) program? The barrier might be an overdependence on accommodations or budget limitations. The presenters in this webinar will help you address and conquer those barriers and identify other challenges that may be at play. Best practices and strategic opportunities that will support your campus in expanding AT acquisition and use by everyone at your institution.
Providing access and equity for all PreK-12 students to become technologically and engineering literate through high-quality STEM instruction is imperative. Students who study technology and engineering through an integrative STEM education approach learn about the technological world that inventors, engineers, and other innovators have created. The goal is to produce students with a more conceptual understanding of technology and engineering and its place in society. These students must conceptualize and evaluate new technologies that they may have never before seen. By “doing and making,” children become “makers” for the future.
The time is now to develop newer, smaller, easy to site and construct nuclear power plants and let this high availability source of CO2 free power help us solve our climate dilemma. This information source business to-business conference will provide the opportunity for executive leaders in the SMMR nuclear technology industries to network with utility, regulatory, and financial organizations, to exchange ideas, to share lessons learned, and to establish strategic relationships.
The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program grant proposal writing process can seem daunting to those new to the ATE program. Each year, Mentor-Connect offers a detailed cost-free technical assistance webinar highlighting all aspects of the budget and budget justification for those building competitive grant proposals for ATE.
The purpose of this webinar is to help those who have not been funded by NSF to develop fundable proposals. Webinar Participants will learn:
- how to prepare a budget for their NSF ATE grant
- what to include in each budget category
- how to prepare a budget justification
- how to align the budget and project description
- how to avoid common errors
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a national organization whose mission is to inspire girls to recognize their potential and pursue opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). A yearly conference is held at Salt Lake Community College where girls, grades 6-10th, can register and participate in three hands-on, interactive workshops led by women mentors in the field.
All girls will need a waiver signed by a parent or guardian in order to participate.
AeroDef Manufacturing® is an aerospace manufacturing and defense manufacturing conference and trade show for the aerospace and defense manufacturing industry. Produced by SME, in partnership with industry OEMs, aiming to foster innovation across the extended enterprise to reduce costs, expedite production times and maintain manufacturing competitiveness in the global economy.
SAE AeroTech Americas 2020 stops in hotbed of aerospace engineering and manufacturing. Join hundreds of engineering professionals, regulators, and researchers at the cutting edge of aerospace to help create the aircraft of tomorrow.
This critically important, comprehensive event brings together all of the best minds and key stakeholders to share information on emerging and applied technologies, discuss industry issues, and connect with other aviation professionals.
Rounding out your experience, the accompanying exhibition features a technology-driven and vibrant showcase of suppliers, manufactures, tooling and material vendors both domestically and internationally.
Formed in 1998, SEMATA's founding principle is to create an environment that fosters communication and training among automotive teachers in southeastern Michigan. In 2018, SEMATA expanded to cover all of Michigan under the name MATA - Michigan Automotive Teachers Association. The organization holds two conferences each year, in the fall the conference is held in southeast Michigan, in the spring it is held elsewhere in Michigan. Each conference includes technical training, compliant with NATEF requirements, along with a tool and equipment show, to help keep our instructors current with the latest technical material.
The conference will include:
- Industry updates
- Technical training classes
- Trade show
- Live technical demonstrations
- Networking opportunities
This workshop will inspire and inform your work with students, whether you are an administrator, faculty member, or other higher education staff. Through a combination of interactive lecture and practical analysis, you will leave this workshop with the skills and knowledge needed to become a brain-based educator. Be warned, once you put on your brain-based glasses, the world will never look the same!
For many of us in education, accessibility guidelines can be confusing. Fortunately, they can be distilled into four core principles, as captured by the acronym POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust). Many of the learning materials educators use in classrooms and labs are self-created and understanding how to make them accessible to all students including those with disabilities is critical. Experts from the National AEM Center at CAST, in collaboration with the NSF funded ATE Central project, will offer practical, applied techniques that educators can implement right away. Instructors can build upon their higher-level understanding of the POUR core qualities to ensure their classroom materials “are accessible and work for all learners from the start, by design.”
The only convention dedicated to shining a national spotlight on community colleges and the trends and issues impacting the sector. Network with colleagues from more than 46 states, the District of Columbia, and five countries who care about advancing the community college mission.
Presenter - Dr. Barry Gump is the first holder of the Harvey R. Chaplin Eminent Scholar’s Chair in Beverage Management at Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. In this position he is developing new graduate and undergraduate beverage classes to expand the offerings of the Beverage Management curriculum. Dr. Gump is Emeritus Professor of Chemistry and Emeritus Adjunct Professor of Enology at California State University, Fresno. He has had a long association (over thirty years) with the wine industry, conducting research in analytical methodology applied to grapes, juices, and wines.