ATE Events — May 2024

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(9 days)

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas650 S Griffin StDallasTX75202

The 2024 VEX Robotics World Championship, presented by the Northrop Grumman Foundation, will be held April 25 through May 3 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas. The annual event brings together the top VEX IQ Robotics Competition, VEX Robotics Competition, and VEX U Robotics Competition teams from around the globe to celebrate their accomplishments and be crowned champions.

ASME's 2nd Annual Aerospace Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference (SSDM) gathers aerospace structures, structural dynamics, and materials engineers and researchers from industry, academia, and government agencies to discuss technical advancements in this growing sector. The program is designed to not only showcase the latest research but also encourage meaningful dialogue in a dynamic setting.

Attend SSDM to:

  • Meet your next R&D partner: Connect with government agencies.
  • Advance your products: Choose among hundreds of technical presentations to discover new ways to build, test, and develop aerospace technologies
  • Facilitate product advancement: Participate in sessions focused on applied technological design and development
  • Expand your knowledge in specialized topic areas: Discover new avenues in aerospace structures, structural dynamics, or material
  • Promote your company: Connect with aerospace industry decision makers in person to stay ahead of your competition

This workshop is intended for community college faculty wishing to expand their knowledge, earn an industry certification, and strengthen their ability to incorporate new cybersecurity content in their community college curriculum. This workshop is not intended for students or other non-faculty.

Earning the CISSP proves you have what it takes to effectively design, implement, and manage a best-in-class cybersecurity program. With a CISSP, you validate your expertise and become an (ISC)² member, unlocking a broad array of exclusive resources, educational tools, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities.

(3 days)

Penn State Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization114 Lubert BuildingUniversity ParkPA16802

These workshops present overviews of the world of nanotechnology. Participants will learn about the growing applications of nanotechnology in many areas and the basics of nanofabrication processes. The three-day workshops are broken down into daily lectures by CNEU staff and lab sessions on nanofabrication in the CNEU teaching cleanroom. Additional workshop details, hotel information, and finanical support details will be included in a confirmation email.

Target audience: Post secondary and secondary science and technology educators with a desire to create additional learning opportunities for their students.
Possible Topics: Cleanroom safety, Vacuum, Evaporation, Metrology, Lithography, SEM, AFM, Etching, CVD, and ideas on how to implement these into your lessons, courses, and programs.

This workshop is intended for community college faculty interested in becoming cybersecurity faculty or faculty wishing to expand their knowledge, earn an industry certification, and strengthen their ability to incorporate new cybersecurity content in their community college curriculum. This workshop is not intended for students or other non-faculty.

ISACA’s Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification indicates expertise in information security governance, program development and management, incident management and risk management. If you are a mid-career IT professional aspiring to senior management roles in IT security and control, CISM can get you the visibility you need.

This webinar covers all the Forms that make up an NSF ATE final proposal submission. Topics include: (1) the purpose of various forms associated with NSF ATE proposals; (2) what data to enter into each form. The forms included are: cover sheet, project summary, project description, references cited, senior personnel forms (current and pending support, biosketches, collaborators and other affiliations), facilities, equipment and other resources, data management plan, project data form, and other supplemental documents.  As a note, budget and budget justification are covered in a separate webinar. Upon completion you will know the importance of providing consistent information on all forms and recognize common errors to avoid.

Five symposia provide the opportunity to learn, experience, and discuss the latest tools, techniques, and technologies for Teaching, Practicing, Demonstrating, and Showcasing Cybersecurity Capabilities.

 3CS includes a symposium in each of the five areas below:

  • Community College Cyber Summit
  • Cybersecurity Science and Practice Symposium
  • Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Symposium
  • Cyber Technology and Careers Symposium
  • Cyber Games, Simulations, and Competition Symposium

In response to community requests, InnovATEBIO will be holding a series of community meetings organized by topic. All meetings will be Fridays from 12:30-2:00 pm Eastern time. Join presenters Friday, May 10th to talk about Program Development, Articulations, Policy, and Advocacy.

(3 days)

Argonne National Laboratory9700 S. Cass AvenueLemontIL60439

This engaging workshop will introduce educators to national laboratory research in bioenergy. Participants will explore how the Bioenergy Research and Education Bridge (BRIDGES) Program, a case study-based bioenergy education curriculum, can be effectively incorporated into the classroom and help to educate students on this clean energy STEM pathway.

The case study-based bioenergy education curriculum is intended to be taught in diverse settings including community colleges, technical colleges, universities, and upper-level high school classrooms. Created by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory and Idaho National Laboratory, BRIDGES provides background and foundational materials for students and instructors with no prior bioenergy knowledge.

The agenda will include presentations by scientists, tours, discussions, and training on teaching the Bioenergy Research Education and Bridge (BRIDGES) Program case studies developed by DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory and Idaho National Laboratory. Each BRIDGES case study toolkit includes guides for students and instructors, with a focus on careers in biofuels, plastics upcycling, sustainable aviation fuel, and more!

The workshop will take place at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois, and participation is by application only. Space is limited. College faculty from across the nation are invited, with priority going to applications from instructors from community colleges and technical colleges. Travel support is available for those located more than 50 miles from Argonne National Laboratory’s physical address.

Join technologists and industry experts from around the world for a one-day live virtual technology conference. Register for a full day of technical workshops, talks, and career networking sessions on the latest industry trends and opportunities to connect with other professionals to help you thrive in your career.

This workshop is intended for community college faculty interested in becoming cybersecurity faculty or faculty wishing to expand their knowledge, earn an industry certification, and strengthen their ability to incorporate new cybersecurity content in their community college curriculum. This workshop is not intended for students or other non-faculty.

The Ethical Hacking workshop is an in-depth and comprehensive course that delves into the common tactics employed by hackers to breach systems. From SQL injection and spear phishing to buffer overflows, this workshop equips you with the knowledge and skills needed to defend against these attacks. By immersing you in the hacker mindset, you will gain a better understanding of how to anticipate and protect against potential threats.

This webinar will introduce accessibility techniques and approaches to help livestream event producers plan and design their virtual, hybrid, or in-person events that get broadcasted. 

This webinar will look at examples of different types of livestreams, basic equipment and software that's needed, and how to manage human-written live captions and sign language interpretation.  

In addition to accessibility, this webinar will touch on low-carbon producing as well as using commons-based, open-source software for livestreaming.

This webinar covers all aspects of the budget and budget justification for NSF ATE proposals. Topics include: how to prepare a budget for your NSF ATE grant, what to include in your budget category, how to align the budget and project description, how to prepare a budget justification, and how to avoid common errors. Upon completion you will know how to build a budget and budget justification for a competitive grant proposal for NSF ATE.

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.