ATE Events — July 2022

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CyberCamp is hosted by Bay Area Community Colleges. This virtual summer camp will teach online hygiene and safety, technology ethics, infrastructure administration, security audits, cryptography, digital and network forensics, and web application exploitation. Ideal CyberCampers include 8th-12th graders and community college students with basic computers skills and little to no cybersecurity experience.

This workshop will be focussed on the application of basic Biotechnology techniques in Biotechnology 2, Biomanufacturing, student research, and planning for advanced pathways.

CyberCamp is hosted by Bay Area Community Colleges. This summer camp will teach online hygiene and safety, technology ethics, infrastructure administration, security audits, cryptography, digital and network forensics, and web application exploitation. Ideal CyberCampers include 8th-12th graders and community college students with basic computers skills and little to no cybersecurity experience.

CyberCamp will be held July 18-22 at Solano College, De Anza College, Merritt College, Santa Rosa Junior College, and Evergreen Valley College.

CyberCamp is hosted by Bay Area Community Colleges. This summer camp will teach online hygiene and safety, technology ethics, infrastructure administration, security audits, cryptography, digital and network forensics, and web application exploitation. Ideal CyberCampers include 8th-12th graders and community college students with basic computers skills and little to no cybersecurity experience.

CyberCamp will be held July 11th-15th in Contra Costa COE (DVC), Solano College, De ANza College, Merritt College, Santa Rosa Junior College, and Evergreen Valley College.

(3 days)

Madison College1701 Wright StreetMadisonWI53704United States

At this institute, participants will use tools of the trade to install and commission a residential size solar photovoltaic array. Necessary safety measures and electrical principles will be reviewed and practiced. Participants will also perform (and take with them) ready to use hands-on classroom lab activities that will bring solar energy to life in the classroom.

(4 days)

Pierce College6201 Winnetka AvenueWoodland HillsCA91367United States

This workshop is a comprehensive introduction to experiments in polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and DNA sequencing. Three experiments are included: Alu insertion Polymorphism, Bitter Taste Receptor Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP), and Mitochondrial (Mt) Control Region DNA Sequence Variations. This workshop introduces a new method to produce affordable Taq polymerase and to introduce biotech workforce skills into the classroom.

No other conference is quite like the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE). This community-driven, virtual event is a one-stop shop for undergraduate educators in the biological and microbial sciences to network, learn and share the latest updates in education. 

2022 ASMCUE will provide you with a platform to share your successes and amplify your work with peers who understand your day-to-day work. This year’s theme, Empowering Undergraduates with Science Literacy, will dive into the importance of developing the next generation of scientists who are armed with the critical skills needed to navigate their lives. 

This summer, the Connecticut College of Technology’s National Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, a National Science Foundation Center of Excellence, will present the 2022 Summer Teachers’ Workshop. This program will be held through an online platform.

The four-day workshop provides the opportunity for you to connect with your peers from across the United States in an online workshop. This program is highly rated by teachers and faculty who have participated in the previous in-person and virtual versions of the program. The workshop will help you learn how to instruct your students in developing essential teambuilding skills as well as providing technology related experiences to help you integrate your learning into your STEM classroom and lab environment. The teambuilding, professional, and technical skills presented in the Program are designed to be directly applicable to your classroom. 

Workshop Dates & Times 

  • Thursday, July 14th - 9:00am – 5:00pm EST
  • Friday, July 15th - 9:00am – 5:00pm EST
  • Monday, July 18th - 9:00am – 5:00pm EST
  • Tuesday, July 19th - 9:00am – 5:00pm EST

Additional Workshop Details

  • Earn Professional Skills and Technical Skills Microcredentials.
  • Manuals, workbooks, Behavioral and Emotional Intelligence assessments, and related technical materials will be provided.
  • A one-year online educational license for SolidWorks CAD Software will also be provided.
  • Participants will receive a Robo-Link CoDrone kit.
  • Participants will be eligible to receive up to $750 in stipends ($500 for participation in workshop and completion of evaluation materials; $250 upon submission of curriculum for use in classroom)

Participants bring their own experiment for this workshop. This 3-day event is an exploration of Nanopore DNA sequencing. During this pop-up training attendees will be actively testing protocols as part of a concerted effort to make Nanopore sequencing accessible for biology educators. 

(5 days)

The Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland300 Lakeside Ave EClevelandOH44113United States

AHEAD is excited to announce its 45th annual conference, Equity & Excellence: Access in Higher Education, as an in-person professional development and networking event. Presenters and participants from diverse fields, including education, technology, law, scholarship, and government, will gather in Cleveland in July.

Join industry leaders as they provide best practices and solutions in overcoming the hottest automotive cybersecurity pain-points. With thought presentations on countering zero day vulnerabilities, utilizing and securing OTA updates, methods to achieving time & cost effective vulnerability analysis, tackling supply chain insecurity and ensuring system resilience.

This conference will focus on real application case studies to optimize cost efficiency, driving range, battery health, and vehicle performance. Participants can examine the latest OEM and Technology perspectives on:

  • strategies for integrating thermal management systems in EV platforms,
  • advanced thermal interface materials to protect EV batteris/battery cells,
  • thermal management for solid-state and beyond Li-Ion batteries,
  • strategies to prevent and limit thermal runaway incidents,
  • powertrain thermal management, and more.

(3 days)

Association of Controls Professionals5617 Stonehaven DrStone MountainGA30087

BEST Center and Association of Controls Professionals (ACP) are partnering to offer a BAS workshop for instructors new to building automation systems or those still learning to teach BAS fundamentals. Those accepted to the workshop should be committed to implementing new curriculum or re-vamping an existing course to incorporate a significant amount of BAS content.

This workshop is specifically designed to empower new BAS instructors and programs to deliver strong BAS foundational skills instruction which graduates can build upon as they advance in their careers.

Some topics to be addressed:
    •    BAS program development
    •    Input / output wiring
    •    Problem-based learning instruction
    •    Troubleshooting

This workshop will teach participants how to lead students in metabarcoding analyses using affordable biochemistry and online tools developed by DNALC, leveraging next generation sequencing (NGS) to analyze thousands of DNA barcodes from complex mixtures of DNA - representing microbes (microbiomes) or organisms in environmental DNA (eDNA).

Faculty who participate will receive a $500 stipend and will receive year-round and support as they implement in their classrooms. 

(4 days)

The Grand America Hotel555 S Main StSalt Lake CityUT84111United States

Supported by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) program, HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technological education where secondary and postsecondary educators, counselors, industry professionals, trade organizations, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with preparing America’s skilled technical workforce, the event focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce for companies in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation’s economy.

CyberCamp is hosted by Bay Area Community Colleges. This virtual summer camp will teach online hygiene and safety, technology ethics, infrastructure administration, security audits, cryptography, digital and network forensics, and web application exploitation. Ideal CyberCampers include 8th-12th graders and community college students with basic computers skills and little to no cybersecurity experience.

NCyTE is offering free workshops that will cover the CMMC 2.0 and the new Department of Defense (DoD) requirements which include: moving from a five-level compliance model to a three-level model, shifting most auditing requirements to the DoD, and revising the program to mirror NIST 800-171 more closely.

Cybersecurity faculty, small business IT, or cybersecurity personnel should attend the workshop.

2MTEC is a three-day, high-impact conference specifically designed for career and technical educators. The goal is to increase knowledge and preparedness for secondary and post-secondary educators. This event will provide leading-edge industry knowledge and educational techniques for teaching in-demand CTE skills. Topics will include machining, mechatronics, tool and die, employability skills, welding, and MORE!

Universal Design for Learning is founded on, and committed to, the fight for educational equity, until learning has no limits. CAST believes true equity must involve the power of the voices of our learners. This year’s Symposium is designed to amplify those voices, particularly those who have been most marginalized by traditional educational systems. Learners’ voices must be lifted and made central to how we engage, teach, and assess learners, because each and every voice enriches learning for all.