ATE Central

What is ATE?

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.

BIO International Convention
Jun 3 Philadelphia, PA
AACC Advocates in Action
Jun 10 Washington, DC
Laser Material Processing
Jun 10 Ottumwa, IA
GeoEd`19
Jun 10 Louisville, KY
Guitar Building Institute
Jun 10 Phoenix, AZ
Laser Materials Processing
Jun 10 Ottumwa, IA
Getting Started with Spatial Data
Jun 10 Batesville, AR
Designing for Accessibility
Jun 10
Design of Experiments Workshop
Jun 11 Oceanside, CA
Advanced Spatial Data and Analysis
Jun 13 Batesville, AR
AACC Future Leaders Institute
Jun 17 Washington, DC
Getting Started with Spatial Data
Jun 17 Morrilton, AR
RCNET Meeting
Jun 19 Nashville, TN
Seminar for EAST Facilitators
Jun 20 Little Rock, AR
Guitar Building Institute
Jun 24 Houston, TX
Electric Guitar Institutes
Jun 24 Fort Wayne, IN
Summer Energy Educator Series
Jun 24 Eugene, Oregon
Advanced Spatial Data and Analysis
Jun 25 Morrilton, AR
Intro to ArcGIS Pro
Jun 25 Newark, DE
Wisconsin STEM Educator Solar Institute
Jul 9 Madison, WI
Underwater Robotics & Engineering Design
Jul 9 Tucson, Tucson
WomenTech Educators Online Bootcamp
Jul 11
WomenTech Educators Online Bootcamp
Jul 12
Electric Guitar Institutes
Jul 15 New York, NY
ArcGIS w/ Anita Palmer & Roger Palmer
Jul 15 San Diego, CA
Quality in Biomanufacturing
Jul 16 Blue Bell, PA
Getting Started with Spatial Data
Jul 16 Stuttgart, AR
HI-TEC
Jul 22 St. Louis, MO
Advance Your Skills: The TriggerFish ROV
Jul 22 Tucson, AZ
Introduction to Facilitating GIS
Jul 23 Stuttgart, AR
ROV Building
Jul 28 Tucson, AZ
Automated and Connected Vehicles Summer...
Jul 29 Dayton, OH
Getting Started with Spatial Data
Jul 29 De Queen, AR
Community College Cyber Summit
Jul 30 Bossier City, LA
UAVs & FAA Part 107 Certification
Jul 30 Champaign, IL
AWS SENSE
Jul 30 Monroe, MI
Intermediate: The TriggerFish ROV
Aug 5 Newport, OR
Fundamentals of Photonics
Aug 5 Ottumwa, IA
CAR Management Seminar
Aug 6 Acme, MI
Delaware STEM Educator Energy Institute
Aug 6 Dover, DE

ATE Centers and Projects





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Join ATE at NISOD 2019 in Austin!

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Conferences and meetings play such an important role for all of us as we work to disseminate information about the valuable impacts and outcomes of our ATE projects and centers.

NISOD's annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence provides a wonderful opportunity to spread the word about ATE. The conference attracts educators from around the world and serves as a gathering place for community and technical college faculty, administrators, and staff seeking to engage in deep conversations about best practices and promising approaches crafted to improve student achievement.

Regular conference registration will be open until May 25th, or you can register onsite during the event.

We look forward to seeing you there – please stop by and visit us in booth 209!

2019 Decommissioning Strategy Forum Announces Second Co-Location Partnership with RCNET

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The Decommissioning Strategy Forum (produced by the ExchangeMonitor Publications & Forums) is partnering with RCNET for this year’s forum, which takes place June 17-18, 2019 at The Westin in Nashville, TN. RCNET will co-locate their annual professional meeting following the forum on June 19.

The second annual Decommissioning Strategy Forum allows attendees to learn how to capitalize on opportunities in the nuclear decommissioning market. This year’s program will explore the theme Driving Efficiency in Today’s Evolving Decommissioning Marketplace. Each session will include both a utility and supplier perspective.

“We are so excited that this partnership allows us to gain the perspective of RCNET as both attendees and speakers for the Forum,” said Nancy Berlin, Program Coordinator at ExchangeMonitor. “The decommissioning industry recognizes the necessity of reaching the next generation of professionals, and this co-location helps us to facilitate that connection.”

To learn more about the 2019 Decommissioning Strategy Forum and to register, view the official press release about the event.

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Workshop: Entrepreneurial Approaches to Sustaining and Scaling Educational Innovations

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This workshop, which will be held at HI-TEC this July, kicks off a two-week course that guides participants through the process of exploring innovative ways to solve problems that address the needs of your intended audience and/or market in the education sector.

This course is especially relevant to ATE PIs who are interested in learning how to sustain and scale educational innovations and network with education industry professionals. The kick-off workshop will be held at HI-TEC on July 22 with all subsequent courses held online throughout August 2019.

Those who participate in the course will learn how to explore project opportunities beyond federal funding, work through ideas while receiving direct feedback from instructors, and learn how to effectively network with the ATE community, among many other benefits.

For more information about the workshop and to register, check out the workshop’s informational flier and visit the HI-TEC registration site.

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Report: Equity and Inclusion STEM Thought Leaders' Summit

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This recently published report reflects the proceedings, presentations, and takeaways from the first ever Equity and Inclusion STEM Thought Leaders' Summit held in October 2018. This summit was funded through the ATE grant the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) received from the NSF and included a steering committee representing ATE projects and centers, in addition to AACC-affiliated councils. 

The summit entailed a series of workshop sessions revolving around a variety of issues concerning STEM education and the ATE program: equity gaps; recruitment and retainment strategies for underrepresented populations; and professional development, to name a few.

Summit sessions were attended by faculty and administrator teams from 15 colleges all new to the ATE program. The sessions were designed to be highly engaging, drawing feedback and insight from community college educators and leaders about these pertinent issues. 

Read the full report to learn more about the summit, in addition to projects and centers (including ATE Central) that were highlighted for ongoing support within the ATE Community. 

 

 

Great Minds in STEM Scholarship Opportunities

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Great Minds in STEM (GMiS) has announced that their scholarship portal for 2019 is now open. There are two types of scholarships available: a national scholarship open to all students (graduating high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students) pursuing a STEM degree, and the Artemio G. Navarro Scholarship, which is open only to graduating seniors attending Bishop Mora Salesian High School in Los Angeles. 

The deadline to apply is April 1, 2019, and the application requirements and instructions can be found on the GMiS website

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