Submit An Event

Upcoming

(3 days)

Sheraton Dallas400 Olive StDallasTX75201

This year’s conference theme “Strengthening Ecosystems: Aligning Stakeholders to Bridge the Cybersecurity Workforce Gap” highlights the collective effort to strengthen the cybersecurity landscape. By joining forces with key partners, we can foster a more robust cybersecurity ecosystem to bridge the workforce gap.

(3 days)

San Diego Convention Center111 Harbor DriveSan DiegoCA92101

BIO 2024 is heading back West to San Diego, CA at the San Diego Convention Center. This conference features innovative programming around the current and future state of biotech. Including areas like therapeutic frontiers, the business of biotech, regulatory and policy outlooks, and human capital.

Also, take part in BIO One-on-One Partnering to find potential business partners and request meetings through our easy-to-use online system. You can expect to find senior biotech executives, business development leaders, and investors from premier firms participating.

Santa Fe College Ron and Norita Davis Center17500 SW Archer RdArcherFL32618

Rising 9th - 12th grade students can attend an 8-day summer STEM camp at one of the five Santa Fe College Academic Centers. The summer 2024 curriculum will cover hands-on learning for rocketry, where students can learn to design, build and launch rockets along with improving math skills. 

There will be no cost for this program for campers and GRRATE is excited about getting students thinking about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) technical fields after graduation.

This is an 8-day camp offered in five locations from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Andrews Center (Starke) - June 24 - July 5, 2024
  • Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) - June 17 - 27, 2024
  • Davis Center (Archer) - June 3 - 13, 2024
  • Perry Center (Alachua) - July 15 - 25, 2024
  • Watson Center (Keystone Heights) - July 15 - 25, 2024

(4 days)

Holiday Inn Portland-by the Bay88 Spring StPortlandME04101

The 2024 Postsecondary Disability Training Institute (PTI) Collaborative on Postsecondary Education and Disability Conference will be taking place from June 4th – 7th in Portland, Maine. The objective of the Training Institute is to assist concerned professionals to meet the unique needs of college students with disabilities. Participants can select sessions about a wide range of cutting-edge topics in variety of formats, including 3-day strands, single sessions, poster presentations and pre-institute sessions. All formats provide participants with in-depth information and adequate time for questions and follow-up activities. 

Participants also have opportunities to share information and network with each other at various activities throughout the week.

This summer MNT-EC is offering a three-day workshop in partnership with the University of Minnesota – Environmental Health Sciences Division. Topics currently planned for each day.

  1. Occupational Hygiene Principles Applied to MNT
  2. Measurement of Airborne and Colloidal MNT Particles
  3. Preventing Exposures to MNT Particles
  4. Practical Applications of MNT Health and Safety Principles

Offered by the University’s Environmental Health Sciences Division and its Nano Center, the MNT Health and Safety workshop will cover safety practices in the instructional laboratory, including understanding micro/nanoparticle properties, selecting and using personal protective equipment, and safely carrying out chemical syntheses of nanomaterials.

The exponential increase in nanotechnology research and equipment had led to a new level of understanding of the world around us. That understanding is resulting in new applications and products.

These include glaucoma detection based on the structure in a butterfly's wing, shark skin structures applied to airplane wings that reduces air friction and increases fuel efficiency and small stations that pull water out of desert air. The research and multiple applications rely on macro level traditional science concepts as well as phenomena that only occurs at the nanoscale. This workshop will investigate several examples of nature's applications of nanoscale phenomena and how researchers are applying that knowledge to new products and applications. Education content applicable for integration into traditional science courses will be presented.

Presenter: Deb Newberry

(3 days)

Online

Participants in this workshop will learn about the NSF Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program and how to most effectively apply for grant funding. Faculty must propose a specific project to improve an ATE-eligible technical program in a one page proposal. One-page proposals will be reviewed through April 1st or until all spaces are full. Proposals will be either accepted or sent back for corrections and the website will remain open until the workshop and a waiting list are full. Workshop activities will include presentations; planning and writing sessions with mentors who have had extensive experience with ATE and NSF; and networking with colleagues from similar institutions around the country. Two faculty from each college can receive stipend support.

City of Alexandria High School3330 King StAlexandriaVA22302

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these "makers" to show hobbies, experiments, projects. Referred to as the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth - this event is a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Glimpse the future and get inspired!

(3 days)

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center1601 Lake Robbins DrThe WoodlandsTX77380

The Energy Drone & Robotics Coalition Community Works Together to Improve Safety, Efficiency, ROI & Data Analytics in Energy Operations with UAVs/Robotics/AI.

The Energy Drone & Robotics Summit is the largest event in the world for UAVs, Robotics & Data/AI/ML, exclusively focused on the business and technology of unmanned systems, automation and data/AI in energy & industrial operations

2024 Summit Tracks:

  • Robotics/UAVs Inspection, Maintenance & Repair
  • UAV/Drone Ops: Surveying & Mapping
  • Marine Robotics
  • Methane/Emissions Strategies
  • Industrial Drone Delivery & Autonomous Cargo
  • Drone Geoscience
  • Energy DataOps: AI/ML
  • Energy Automation
  • Industrial Emergency Management/Public Safety: UAV & Robotics
  • Industrial Reality Capture & Digital Twins

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

(5 days)

Big Sandy Community & Technical College Prestonsburg Campus1 Bert Combs DrPrestonsburgKY41653

GenCyber: Appalachian Solutions Teacher Academy includes a one-week in-person session summer training that will assist 10 middle school and 10 high school teachers from any discipline to develop and integrate cyber modules into their classroom. The purpose is to spread awareness in Cybersecurity to students that normally do not have access. Academy participants will engage in hands-on explorations of the many aspects of security including ethics, networks, phishing, social engineering, ethical hacking, and password management/cracking. Academy participants will also develop lesson plans for delivering cybersecurity content in K-12 curricula. The 2024 academy will be open to 10 high school teachers and 10 middle school teachers within the Big Sandy Community & Technical College service area to include Floyd, Martin, Magoffin, Pike and Johnson counties.

Academy participants will explore the world of cybersecurity with experts in the field through fun, real-world learning experiences enhanced by close teacher-student interaction. Camp activities include hands-on exercises, interactive lectures, games, career exploration, and campus tours. To ensure a level playing field, GenCyber camps are open to all teacher participants at no cost. A stipend will be provided for full participation. The GenCyber program is financially supported by the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency.

(5 days)

Hillsborough Community College - Brandon Campus10451 Nancy Watkins DrTampaFL33619

Join the FLATE Summer Teach institute for a 4 1/2 day workshop of hands-on training in emerging technologies for Secondary and Post-Secondary Educators teaching manufacturing, engineering, and related courses. Specific topics that will be covered are TBD.

Central Community College, in partnership with the National Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, is cosponsoring four professional development opportunities this summer!

During each of these trainings, the facilitators and college instructors will build separate trainers from the beginning and go through lessons which are part of the web-based course. The goal of these trainings are that local community colleges will work with high schools to offer dual credit to the high schools. In Nebraska, the community college is providing the instructor of record for the college credit and the facilitator helps the students and provide classroom management, but your school may choose to use these trainers differently. Those interested are welcome to participate in one or all the classes and will receive a stipend for each course participated in. The courses must be taken in sequential order.

First Course: Concepts of Electronics

(3 days)

1000 Community College Dr.LouisvilleKY40272

The GeoTech Center will host an in-person GeoEd'24 conference in Louisville, KY, from June 11 to 13. There is no cost to attend GeoEd'24, but you do need to register.

Sessions include:

Day 1

Working with Arcade in ArcGIS Pro, Map Viewer, and Dashboards
Drones: What You Need to Know to Get Started
Getting Started with ArcGIS Pro
From Data Collection to a Dashboard to a Story Map, Part 1
Demographic Analysis
From Data Collection to a Dashboard to a Story Map, Part 2
Resources from the GeoTech Center to Support Your Program

Day 2

Introduction to Python & Notebooks
Exploring the Lewis & Clark Expedition with GIS
GIS & Artificial Intelligence
Using Geospatial Apps in the Classroom
National Geographic Map Maker & Using the Atlas Instant App to Create Map Collections
Incorporating Ethics into Geospatial Courses and Programs
Mapping the Underground Railroad

Day 3

Python, Part 2 Advanced Python and AI
Working with ArcGIS Dashboard
Working with Imagery in ArcGIS Pro
Open Street Map/Java Open Street Map
Exploring Climate Change Topics
Understanding Standard Occupation Codes (SOC)
360 Images/Video & Virtual Reality in GIS
Campus Mapping, (Scott Sires, Dallas College)

In addition to the workshops listed, there will be programs during lunch and in the afternoon. There will be stipends available for educators. 

(4 days)

Embassy Suites by Hilton, Knoxville, TN507 S. Gay StreetKnoxvilleTN37902

VESTA Comes of Age! VESTA has benefited from 21 years of grant funding from the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education program (NSF ATE), first as an NSF ATE Project, followed by two rounds of funding as a Regional Center of Excellence, two rounds of funding as a National Center of Excellence, and most recently as a National Resource Center.

Take this opportunity to learn about the VESTA of tomorrow while enjoying exciting informational presentations, a sensory walk through the wines of Tennessee, an engaging tour of Tsali Notch Vineyard surrounded by majestic mountain views in lush foothills of Tennessee, and delicious catered dinner.

(2 days)

BCTC Georgetown Campus200 Technology CtGeorgetownKY40324

Join Advanced Manufacturing: Girls Can, Too for one of two days of their Summer Day-Camp for middle and high school students to engage them with hands-on activities related to industrial maintenance. The overall goal of the project is to recruit and retain more women in Industrial Maintenance Technology by increasing awareness and providing learning opportunities and mentoring beginning in middle school. Girls and young women will gain access to relevant dual credit courses in high school and have high levels of contact with faculty and industry professionals who are women.

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from June 11-13 for a 3-Day Summer Session on the Fundamentals of Metallurgy, GMA Processes, & Welder Certification at Illinois Central College!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

(3 days)

North Dakota State College of Science800 6th St NorthWahpetonND58076

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from June 11-13 for a 3-Day Summer Session on the Fundamentals of Metallurgy, SMA Processes, Inspection, & Codes at North Dakota State College of Science!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

(2 days)

Moraine Valley Community College9000 College PkwyPalos HillsIL60465

Cybersecurity impacts everyone and every discipline. This is an opportunity to learn how cybersecurity intersects with your discipline.  Discover how to integrate new technologies into your classroom and gain a broader understanding of cybersecurity's role in different disciplines.

At the CyAD Conference, engage in specialized workshops designed to delve into the cybersecurity aspects relevant to your discipline. This conference will cover a wide range of topics, including securing business operations, protecting healthcare data, ensuring cybersecurity in automotive systems, protecting critical infrastructure, and much more.

 A travel stipend will be available to eligible faculty traveling from outside the area of the event to assist with transportation costs.

(3 days)

SUNY Erie County Community College6205 Main StWilliamsvilleNY14221

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.

The exponential increase in nanotechnology research and equipment had led to a new level of understanding of the world around us. That understanding is resulting in new applications and products.

These include glaucoma detection based on the structure in a butterfly's wing, shark skin structures applied to airplane wings that reduces air friction and increases fuel efficiency and small stations that pull water out of desert air. The research and multiple applications rely on macro level traditional science concepts as well as phenomena that only occurs at the nanoscale. This workshop will investigate several examples of nature's applications of nanoscale phenomena and how researchers are applying that knowledge to new products and applications. Education content applicable for integration into traditional science courses will be presented.

Presenter: Deb Newberry

Central Community College, in partnership with the National Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, is cosponsoring four professional development opportunities this summer!

During each of these trainings, the facilitators and college instructors will build separate trainers from the beginning and go through lessons which are part of the web-based course. The goal of these trainings are that local community colleges will work with high schools to offer dual credit to the high schools. In Nebraska, the community college is providing the instructor of record for the college credit and the facilitator helps the students and provide classroom management, but your school may choose to use these trainers differently. Those interested are welcome to participate in one or all the classes and will receive a stipend for each course participated in. The courses must be taken in sequential order.

Second Course: Intro to Instrumentation

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

This week-long program is a hands-on experience using multiple SONAR and ROV marine systems. Participants will log time on research vessels, and collect data using ROVs, sonars, and other sensors while learning multiple applications of these technologies.

This is an exciting opportunity for participants with little to no experience using this equipment. The Marine Technology Camp is designed to offer college-age students a chance to learn about and use several technologies and deploy the equipment to gather data applied to various subsea investigations. 

Activities and facilities:

  • Work aboard research vessels: 56 ft. Northwestern
  • Multiple shipwrecks, Ecosystem/Habitat, Geology/Glacial features investigations in Grand Traverse Bay
  • Pipeline and Infrastructure investigations in Grand Traverse Bay
  • Operate multiple ROV systems
  • Utilize marine data collection software
  • Mobilization, Calibration, and Operation of sonar systems including:
  • Side Scan Sonar, Scanning and Imaging Sonar, and Multibeam Sonar

(4 days)

Durham Technical Community College, Main Campus1616 Cooper St.DurhamNC27703

Participants of this week-long camp will discover career options and transfer pathways in Information Technologies, Electrical Systems Technology, Computer-Integrated Machining, Automotive, Biomedical Equipment Technology, and Welding, participate in hands-on activities, observe live lab demonstrations, and create projects using the latest technology and equipment in Makerspace. The camp’s objective is to provide exposure and generate interest in male-dominated fields to female-identifying youth. The camp is ideal for students to learn from our faculty and have conversations with industry leaders.

Open to: Rising 10th, 11th, or 12th graders.

Location: Durham Technical Community College, Main Campus. Newton (Building 4) and Ingram (Building 11), 1616 Cooper St. Durham, NC.

Dates: Monday, June 17 Thursday – June 20, 8:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. with a lunch break (a lunch is provided). Students must attend the entire week. The camp is free but participants must provide their own transportation.

Santa Fe College Charles L. Blount Center401 NW 6th StGainesvilleFL32601

Rising 9th - 12th grade students can attend an 8-day summer STEM camp at one of the five Santa Fe College Academic Centers. The summer 2024 curriculum will cover hands-on learning for rocketry, where students can learn to design, build and launch rockets along with improving math skills. 

There will be no cost for this program for campers and GRRATE is excited about getting students thinking about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) technical fields after graduation.

This is an 8-day camp offered in five locations from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Andrews Center (Starke) - June 24 - July 5, 2024
  • Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) - June 17 - 27, 2024
  • Davis Center (Archer) - June 3 - 13, 2024
  • Perry Center (Alachua) - July 15 - 25, 2024
  • Watson Center (Keystone Heights) - July 15 - 25, 2024

(3 days)

Embassy Suites by Hilton Alexandria Old Town1900 Diagonal RoadAlexandriaVA22314

In these free hands-on, interactive workshops, attendees will learn how to develop and leverage a future-facing set of skill standards for any technical discipline.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed via a stipend. Participating schools must send at least two people: one faculty member and one administrator.

"ITSS Summit" attendees will...

  • Understand the elements of the BILT (Business and Industry Leadership Team) Model and the skill standards development cycle
  • Discuss strategies for recruiting subject matter experts
  • Practice preparing and hosting SME meetings to prioritize in-demand job skills and KPIs
  • Convert the job skills into student learning outcomes
  • Workshop implementing the skill standard materials into curriculum
  • Develop mentored “action plans” for next steps

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

(3 days)

College of the Canyons26455 Rockwell Canyon RdSanta ClaritaCA91355

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from June 18-20 for a 3-Day Summer Session on the Fundamentals of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding at College of the Canyons!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

(3 days)

Kingsport Aquatic Center1820 Meadowview PkwyKingsportTN37660

The MATE ROV Competition uses remotely operated vehicles (a.k.a. underwater robots) to inspire and challenge students to learn and creatively apply science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to solve real-world problems and strengthen their critical thinking, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and innovation. 

The MATE ROV Competition challenges students from across the U.S. and around the world to engineer ROVs to complete a set of mission tasks based on real-world, workplace scenarios. The competition emphasizes and inspires a mindset of entrepreneurship and innovation by requiring students to transform their teams into “start-up” companies that respond to an RFP. In addition to their robots, the student teams also prepare technical reports, create a marketing (poster) display, and deliver engineering presentations.

MATE ROV is heading back to Kingsport, Tennessee for the 2024 World Championship! Where: Kingsport Aquatic Center, Kingsport, TN. Save the Date: June 20-22 for the 2024 World Championship, with June 18-19 reserved for team check-in and safety checks.

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

Central Community College, in partnership with the National Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, is cosponsoring four professional development opportunities this summer!

During each of these trainings, the facilitators and college instructors will build separate trainers from the beginning and go through lessons which are part of the web-based course. The goal of these trainings are that local community colleges will work with high schools to offer dual credit to the high schools. In Nebraska, the community college is providing the instructor of record for the college credit and the facilitator helps the students and provide classroom management, but your school may choose to use these trainers differently. Those interested are welcome to participate in one or all the classes and will receive a stipend for each course participated in. The courses must be taken in sequential order.

Third Course: Intro to PLC's

(4 days)

Oregon Convention Center777 NE Martin Luther King Jr BlvdPortlandOR97232

ASEE is excited to welcome their Annual Conference to Portland, Oregon this June. They anticipate a great program of papers, posters, and special sessions this year, with strong attendance from across the nation and the world. They have also substantially expanded their exhibit hall this year, knowing that it is a major attraction for attendees. 
 
The Annual Conference is the single largest gathering of the year for ASEE members. For many who attend the conference, it is their best opportunity to share their individual and collective work in engineering education. Whether as part of a formal session or by meeting friends in the hallway, the conference has opportunities for everyone to share with and learn from others. 

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

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 non-faculty.

CompTIA Security+ is the first security certification IT professionals should earn. It establishes the core knowledge required of any cybersecurity role and provides a springboard to intermediate level cybersecurity jobs.

Santa Fe College Guy Andrews Center209 W Call StStarkeFL32091

Rising 9th - 12th grade students can attend an 8-day summer STEM camp at one of the five Santa Fe College Academic Centers. The summer 2024 curriculum will cover hands-on learning for rocketry, where students can learn to design, build and launch rockets along with improving math skills. 

There will be no cost for this program for campers and GRRATE is excited about getting students thinking about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) technical fields after graduation.

This is an 8-day camp offered in five locations from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Andrews Center (Starke) - June 24 - July 5, 2024
  • Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) - June 17 - 27, 2024
  • Davis Center (Archer) - June 3 - 13, 2024
  • Perry Center (Alachua) - July 15 - 25, 2024
  • Watson Center (Keystone Heights) - July 15 - 25, 2024

(3 days)

St. Cloud Technical & Community College1540 Northway DriveSt CloudMN56303

The Immersive Learning Bootcamp is aimed at improving technical education at two-year colleges by incorporating immersive technologies such as virtual reality, AI, augmented reality and 360° photography. Online Asynchronous content will be made available to participants through a Canvas shell. You’ll be able to explore the basics and learn at your own pace. From June 24 – 26, 2024 the camp will gather for three days in St. Cloud, MN. This will be time to learn together, build relationships, and explore technology. Accommodations will be available. For those interested in developing curricula, Immersive Learning Bootcamp will support you with additional resources and online synchronous meetings after the in-person sessions. 

Cost: Free. Content and meals provided, as well as a $350 stipend for technician faculty.

(4 days)

University of Utah515 East 100 SouthSalt Lake CityUT84102

The All of Us Research Program aims to engage one million or more people across the US as research participants and partners. These individuals are providing data to build one of the largest, most diverse and broadly accessible datasets ever assembled.

Guided by the core values of diversity, transparency, and accessibility, the All of Us Research Program is making the data available to the public and researchers at all stages of their careers, including students, via the Research Hub. The goal is to build an inclusive, diverse and growing researcher ecosystem and to excite our future scientists.

Join to learn about how to access this rich source of data, experience a model process for educating students about the program and using the database to conduct authentic research about health in the United States, and learn about opportunities available to student researchers.

Appropriate for US community college instructors of: biology, genetics, anatomy, biotech, health or research methods courses.

Compensation:

  • $1,125 participation compensation
  • Round-trip air travel or ground transportation to Salt Lake City, UT
  • Hotel lodging (private room)
  • Breakfast and lunch during the Institute (provided by a non-NIH funding stream), all other meals are at your own expense

Central Community College, in partnership with the National Center for Next Generation Manufacturing, is cosponsoring four professional development opportunities this summer!

During each of these trainings, the facilitators and college instructors will build separate trainers from the beginning and go through lessons which are part of the web-based course. The goal of these trainings are that local community colleges will work with high schools to offer dual credit to the high schools. In Nebraska, the community college is providing the instructor of record for the college credit and the facilitator helps the students and provide classroom management, but your school may choose to use these trainers differently. Those interested are welcome to participate in one or all the classes and will receive a stipend for each course participated in. The courses must be taken in sequential order.

Fourth Course: Application of Industrial Sensors

This workshop is specifically designed for community college faculty who want to integrate AI and AI technologies into their existing network security and information technology programs. As modern organizations increasingly grapple with AI and cybersecurity threats, this workshop provides an essential understanding of how AI is revolutionizing the field of cybersecurity. Participants will delve into a comprehensive exploration of the current state of Artificial Intelligence and its expanding role in cybersecurity engagements, offering insights into the latest advancements and challenges in the domain.

(5 days)

Whatcom Community College - Heiner Theater237 W. Kellogg RdBellinghamWA98226

Whatcom Community College is excited to announce their upcoming GenCyber camp at Whatcom Community College on July 8-12 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm. This camp is designed for middle school and high school students who have an interest in technology and protecting information. 

Join a day of fun and learning to explore the world of cybersecurity. During the camp, you will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on activities that will explore a wide range of topics related to cybersecurity. You'll learn about different types of cyber threats, how to identify them, and how to prevent them from happening. The camp will also cover topics such as password security, online privacy, and safe browsing practices.

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn about cybersecurity and have fun with like-minded peers!

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from July 9-11 for a 3-Day Summer Session on the Fundamentals of GMAW waveforms, visual inspection, and ultrasonic testing at Penn College!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from July 9-11 for a 3-Day Summer Session on the Fundamentals of Welding Metallurgy - Aluminum & Welding Robotics - Cobots at Weber State University!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

(3 days)

Crowne Plaza Cleveland at Playhouse Square1260 Euclid Ave.ClevelandOH44115

The 48th Annual Conference of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture-Eastern Section (ASEV-ES) is July 9-11, 2024 in Cleveland, OH. The hotel for the ASEV-ES Conference is the Crowne Plaza Cleveland at Playhouse Square (1260 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115). See below for a tentative conference schedule.  

Tentative Conference Overview
Tuesday
Ohio Vineyard & Winery Tour

Wednesday
Technical Sessions, Student Presentation Competition and Flash Talks for Posters
Oenolympics with Wines of the East Reception

Thursday
Technical Sessions, Student Presentation Competition, and Flash Talks for Posters
Workshop on “Small Organisms, Big Impacts: Exploring the Role of Microbes in Vineyard and Winery Management”
ASEV-ES Grand Awards Reception and Banquet Featuring Ohio Wines

(3 days)

Commercial Avenue Campus2125 Commercial AveMadisonWI53704

Learn how to teach solar principles in effective, engaging ways in your classroom! Join CREATE in Madison, WI for the STEM Educator Solar Institute. 

At the Institute, you’ll use tools of the trade to install and commission a residential size solar photovoltaic array. You’ll review and practice necessary safety measures and electrical principles. Finally, you’ll perform (and take with you) ready to use hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to bring solar energy to life in your classroom. 

  • Class morning and afternoon at Madison College’s Commercial Avenue campus and outdoor solar photovoltaic training yard. 
  • Hotel accommodations in downtown Madison for two nights provided, along with breakfast and lunch. 
  • $600 stipend paid to participants after full completion of the Academy. 
  • Lab equipment award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in your classroom (valued at $1200). 
  • One graduate credit available (estimated cost $65).

(4 days)

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis1300 Nicollet MallMinneapolisMN55403

Get ready for the 10th Annual ASE Instructor Training Conference – live and in person! Get 20+ hours of technical update training, connect with industry peers, and much more! 

The workshop is designed specifically for community college faculty, focusing on the expansive capabilities of Microsoft Azure in the realm of artificial intelligence. This workshop is tailored to prepare participants for the Microsoft Certified: Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals exams, emphasizing hands-on experience with Azure's AI tools and services. The workshop curriculum is structured to cover a broad spectrum of AI topics, beginning with an overview of AI workloads and considerations, which form a significant portion of the course content. Participants will be immersed in the foundational principles of machine learning on Azure, gaining practical skills in building, training, and deploying machine learning models.

Santa Fe College Charles R. and Nancy V. Perry Center for Emerging Technologies14180 NW 119th TerraceAlachuaFL32615

Rising 9th - 12th grade students can attend an 8-day summer STEM camp at one of the five Santa Fe College Academic Centers. The summer 2024 curriculum will cover hands-on learning for rocketry, where students can learn to design, build and launch rockets along with improving math skills.

There will be no cost for this program for campers and GRRATE is excited about getting students thinking about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) technical fields after graduation.

This is an 8-day camp offered in five locations from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Andrews Center (Starke) - June 24 - July 5, 2024
  • Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) - June 17 - 27, 2024
  • Davis Center (Archer) - June 3 - 13, 2024
  • Perry Center (Alachua) - July 15 - 25, 2024
  • Watson Center (Keystone Heights) - July 15 - 25, 2024

Alfred B. Sr. and Agnes W. Watson Center4150 State Rd 21Keystone HeightsFL32656

Rising 9th - 12th grade students can attend an 8-day summer STEM camp at one of the five Santa Fe College Academic Centers. The summer 2024 curriculum will cover hands-on learning for rocketry, where students can learn to design, build and launch rockets along with improving math skills.

There will be no cost for this program for campers and GRRATE is excited about getting students thinking about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) technical fields after graduation.

This is an 8-day camp offered in five locations from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Andrews Center (Starke) - June 24 - July 5, 2024
  • Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) - June 17 - 27, 2024
  • Davis Center (Archer) - June 3 - 13, 2024
  • Perry Center (Alachua) - July 15 - 25, 2024
  • Watson Center (Keystone Heights) - July 15 - 25, 2024

(3 days)

Central Carolina Community College764 West StreetPittsboroNC27312

Are you a high school or community college instructor interested in learning new ways to incorporate effective and engaging renewable energy education in your classroom? If so, please consider applying to the 2024 NC STEM Educator Energy Institute and learn from a team of technical educators with over 50 years of renewable energy experience.

The Institute, put on in collaboration with Central Carolina Community College, the Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE), and the National Science Foundation, is designed to provide educators:

  • An opportunity to gain hands-on experience with tools of the trade
  • Complete classroom and lab activities that will bring solar energy to life in your classroom.
  • A chance to network with other STEM and Energy Instructors
  • Access to funds for materials to use in your classroom

(3 days)

Chattanooga State Community College4501 Amnicola HwyChattanoogaTN37406

Join Weld-Ed for a Summer Workshop from July 16-18 for a 3-Day Summer Session on Surface Inspection NonDestructive Testing at Chattanooga State Community College!

What's included:

  1. Training materials: Participants will receive a complete set of training materials for classroom use.
  2. Food: Lunch will be provided at the training site each day.
  3. Hotel: Lodging will be provided for non-local attendees or as needed.
  4. Professional Development Hours

Registration:
$49.00 – Affiliate Price

(4 days)

Sinclair Community College Automotive Building 20220 South Edwin C Moses BlvdDaytonOH45402

Faculty will apply to participate through an online registration page on the project website. To participate, faculty members must provide a letter of support from their home institutions certifying support of their participation and must:

  • Teach at an ASE Education Accredited postsecondary institution
  • Hold an ASE certification in an area affected by electric vehicle technology
  • Have at least two years of experience teaching automotive technology
  • Agree to integrate new concepts related to electric vehicles into their curricula as a result of attending the professional development activities
  • Agree to report student demographics and outcomes data regarding the effects of secondary school outreach activities and the use of new materials for project reports
  • Agree to participate in assessments of the project and focus groups conducted by the external evaluator to inform continuous improvements
  • Attend all three days of institute

(3 days)

Commercial Avenue Campus2125 Commercial AveMadisonWI53704

Join CREATE in Madison for the Solar Plus Storage Institute. You will be guided through hands-on lessons designed to teach students the fundamentals behind energy storage systems and how solar + energy storage works as a whole. Use the hands-on lessons provided during the institute in your classroom and give your students an introduction to this booming industry.

  • Class morning and afternoon at Madison College’s Commercial Avenue campus and outdoor solar. photovoltaic training yard.
  • Hotel accommodations in downtown Madison for two nights provided, along with breakfast and lunch.
  • $600 stipend paid to participants after full completion of the Academy.
  • Lab equipment award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in your classroom (valued at $1200). 
  • One graduate credit available (estimated cost $65).

(4 days)

Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center2345 McGee StKansas CityMO64108

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.

(5 days)

Harford Community College401 Thomas Run RdBel AirMD21015

This free Biotech Pathways: Summer Institute provides hands-on, minds-on laboratory experiences that allow participants to gain biotechnology skills and learn more about what a career in biotech has to offer.

This program is open to all current high school students who have taken at least one high school biology course.

(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.

(3 days)

Central Lakes College501 W College Dr.BrainerdMN56401

The 2024 MTTIA conference is being held on August 6-8 at Central Lakes College, in Brainerd, MN with evening activities at Cragun’s Resort. Secondary and post-secondary transportation instructors from around the Midwest meet at this conference to share best practices and update their skills. Attending this year’s conference will satisfy the yearly requirement of 20 hours of ASE Certified Automotive Technology training. This is a must conference for those who want to stay abreast of changing technology! Attendees will also receive a CEU certificate at the end of the conference.

Space Ag Conference seeks to explore the potential of advanced agriculture technologies to transform the AgTech industry in space, with the understanding that solutions to space-based challenges can often be applied to those on Earth.

Our world’s production system is undergoing a dramatic shift towards sustainable practices and greater food security. Space agriculture and the technology it provides could help farmers produce higher crop yields with less land and energy. This is our opportunity to dream big and envision a bold future for agriculture 

Goals of the Conference:

  • Encourage the next generation of innovators to dream
  • Explore agricultural possibilities through the lens of space
  • Showcase the challenges of space agriculture
  • Speed up collaboration and innovation
  • Highlight cooperation with NASA + space industry leaders

Submit An Event

Ongoing

(4 days)

Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center6700 N Gaylord Rockies BlvdAuroraCO80019

The Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC) is the premier international event that brings together the best in packaging, components and microelectronic systems science, technology and education in an environment of cooperation and technical exchange. ECTC is sponsored by the IEEE Electronics Packaging Society.

The technical program contains papers covering leading edge developments and technical innovations across the packaging spectrum. Topics include advanced packaging, modeling and simulation, Photonics, interconnections, materials and processing, applied reliability, assembly and manufacturing technology, components and RF, and emerging technologies.

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

Submit An Event

Past

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.

Attend this webinar to learn about volunteer opportunities with BioMADE’s new mentorship program. The program welcomes volunteers from both BioMADE member and non-member organizations. Please feel free to share this information with your colleagues who may be interested. The goal of the mentorship program is to inspire and provide guidance to community college and university students interested in learning about bioindustrial manufacturing careers and help build a diverse future workforce. The program is seeking mentors and/or volunteers in northern California for career development activities for three cohorts of students in the 2024/2025 academic year. Attend this webinar to learn how you can get involved. 

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.

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 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.

The goal of BioMADE’s mentorship program is to inspire and provide guidance to community college and university students in northern California interested in learning about bioindustrial manufacturing careers. The mentorship program welcomes learners with diverse levels of science knowledge, including undergraduates with limited science backgrounds, as well as recent graduates and those holding associate/bachelor’s degrees in both science and non-science disciplines. Attend this webinar to learn how you can get involved.

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.

(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.

Nanopore sequencing analyzes individual DNA molecules in real time, and is the “next big thing” in biology education, making real-time DNA sequencing accessible to bioscience teachers and faculty. The DNA Learning Center and Oxford Nanopore are adapting nanopore sequencing for use in education, and you can be among the first to test their integrated Oxford Nanopore MinION/DNA Subway system that can provide DNA sequencing and analysis any time, any place, by anyone, and at an affordable price. Workshop participants will each receive a $300 stipend.

The goal of BioMADE’s mentorship program is to inspire and provide guidance to community college and university students in northern California interested in learning about bioindustrial manufacturing careers. The mentorship program welcomes learners with diverse levels of science knowledge, including undergraduates with limited science backgrounds, as well as recent graduates and those holding associate/bachelor’s degrees in both science and non-science disciplines. Attend this webinar to learn how you can get involved.

ASMC brings together manufacturers, equipment and materials suppliers, and academia to solve manufacturing challenges with innovative strategies and methodologies. 

ASMC is the leading international technical conference for discussing solutions that improve the collective manufacturing expertise of the semiconductor industry. Solving the challenges presented by semiconductor manufacturing is a combined effort by device makers, equipment and materials suppliers, and academics. ASMC provides an unparalleled platform for semiconductor professionals to network and learn the latest in the practical application of advanced manufacturing strategies and methodologies. Technical presentations at ASMC highlight industry innovations with specific results, and select ASMC manuscripts are published in the ASMC Special Section of IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing.

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.

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

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.

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.

(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.

The exponential increase in nanotechnology research and equipment had led to a new level of understanding of the world around us. That understanding is resulting in new applications and products.

These include glaucoma detection based on the structure in a butterfly’s wing, shark skin structures applied to airplane wings that reduces air friction and increases fuel efficiency and small stations that pull water out of desert air. The research and multiple applications rely on macro level traditional science concepts as well as phenomena that only occurs at the nanoscale. This workshop will investigate several examples of nature’s applications of nanoscale phenomena and how researchers are applying that knowledge to new products and applications. Education content applicable for integration into traditional science courses will be presented.

Denying a student's request for a particular accommodation can be hard. This webinar will offer practical guidance regarding the process you should undertake before saying "no" to a request, how to word your response to the student, holding firm in the face of push-back from students and parents, and best practices for documenting your decision and communications. Whether you are in a one-person office or a large office setting, this webinar will offer helpful advice for navigating this sometimes sticky situation with sensitivity for the student's position and understanding of your role in the accommodations process.

Biomanufacturing uses biological systems, including plants and microbes, to create new materials or alternatives to existing everyday materials like plastics, chemicals, fabrics, and nutraceuticals. By some estimates, up to 60% of materials in the global consumer product supply chain could be produced biologically, resulting in domestic economic growth while lowering embodied carbon emissions and reducing environmental pollution. This webinar will review current trends in biomanufacturing with BioMADE, a non-profit Manufacturing Innovation Institute supported by the Department of Defense, which is working to enable domestic bioindustrial research, commercialization, and manufacturing at all scales. The presentation will cover how manufacturing institutes work, how small-medium sized manufacturers can evaluate opportunities for integrating biomaterials into their supply chains, and how faculty, startups, and K-12 schools can partner on projects intended to advance US bioindustrial product research, development, and education. A selection of BioMADE’s Technical and Education & Workforce Development projects will be featured as case studies.

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.

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

Water is essential for every function in living systems. Water is being impacted by multiple negative factors. True statements, and researchers are working to solve the issues with getting clean water to 8 billion people.

Nanotechnology concepts are being applied not only to detect toxins and measure the quality of water but also to purify polluted water and sources. The science and technology that is driving these developments is dependent upon multiple concepts from traditional physics and chemistry concepts. In this workshop, applications of nanotechnology for water sensing and purification will be explained and used as examples of how nanoscience concepts can be introduced into tradition high school and college level courses. Examples of activities and potential experiments will be covered.

This webinar is part of the InnovATEBIO 2024 series of virtual ATE project talks.  This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.  The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

Each talk will be 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for questions and discussion.

Talk 1: Effective Industry & Student Engagement with Speed Networking 

Talk 2: Module Development for Bioindustrial Manufacturing Workforce Readiness

Go beyond focusing solely on presenting yourself as the optimal candidate and utilize the interview to determine if an internship/job opportunity is a “Good Fit” for you. In this workshop you’ll gain strategies to clarify your career and educational goals and frame questions to obtain accurate information to assess if a workplace will support those goals, while also learning to recognize potential misalignments.

Learning outcomes:

  • Define what a ‘bad fit' or 'toxic work environment’ is
  • Outline and clarify your own goals before the interview
  • Use questions during an interview to determine whether a workplace is in alignment with your goals and values
  • Articulate strategies and practice language to frame questions
  • Describe examples of verbal and non-verbal red flags indicating the opportunity may not be a “Good Fit”
  • Describe factors that can make it difficult to recognize and weigh the potential impact of red flags during and after an interview

Join CREATE for their upcoming webinar, Two Lessons in Alternative Energy. In the first lesson students will each play a role as scientists, engineers, advertising agents and consultants for their company in an effort to convince the community that their source of alternative energy is the best. In the second lesson students will design and test blade shapes for a wind turbine, analyze data on wind capacity, experiment with a lux meter, determine the environmental impact of solar panels based on geography, and adjust parameters to change the effectiveness of solar panels.

Presenter: Greg Hogan, Middle School Science Instructor

(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.

(3 days)

Embassy Suites Seattle Downtown - Pioneer Square225 South King St.SeattleWA98014

In these free hands-on, interactive workshops, attendees will learn how to develop and leverage a future-facing set of skill standards for any technical discipline.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed via a stipend. Participating schools must send at least two people: one faculty member and one administrator.

"ITSS Summit" attendees will...

  • Understand the elements of the BILT (Business and Industry Leadership Team) Model and the skill standards development cycle
  • Discuss strategies for recruiting subject matter experts
  • Practice preparing and hosting SME meetings to prioritize in-demand job skills and KPIs
  • Convert the job skills into student learning outcomes
  • Workshop implementing the skill standard materials into curriculum
  • Develop mentored “action plans” for next steps

This workshop is funded and tailored specifically for community and technical college faculty members 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 participants.

Validate your expertise and get the leverage you need to move up in your teaching career. With a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification, you can do just that. CISA is world-renowned as the standard of achievement for those who audit, control, monitor and assess an organization’s information technology and business systems.

(4 days)

San Diego Convention Center111 Harbor DrSan DiegoCA92101

XPONENTIAL is a yearly gathering of global leaders and end users in the uncrewed systems and robotics industry. Founded on the belief that cross-pollination drives innovation, it features opportunities to connect and problem-solve with experts across markets and domains. 

At XPONENTIAL, more than 7,500 of the world’s top experts in autonomous technology come together to change the course of human progress. This event is proud to welcome technologists, users, buyers, policymakers, and strategists from over 20 industries and 60 countries. No matter your role, XPONENTIAL will help you stay competitive and take advantage of immediate business opportunities. 

XPONENTIAL is co-hosted by The Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and Messe Düsseldorf North America (MDNA). As the world's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of uncrewed systems and robotics and one of the world’s largest organizers of international trade shows, their teams are committed to ensuring that new autonomous technologies are implemented in safe and equitable ways — so that autonomy works for everyone.

(4 days)

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis1300 Nicollet MallMinneapolisMN55403

The ABRF Annual Meeting is an international program that provides timely updates on cutting-edge science and its execution in a shared resource/core facility setting. These meetings also offer informative and practical workshops as well as ample networking opportunities with academics, corporate, and technology partner colleagues.

Lexington Public Library, Central Library140 E Main StLexingtonKY40507

Join Advanced Manufacturing: Girls Can, Too for one of their Spring Saturday Workshops for middle and high school students to engage them with hands-on activities related to industrial maintenance. This Saturday the workshop will work on a 3D Printing Project.

The overall goal of the project is to recruit and retain more women in Industrial Maintenance Technology by increasing awareness and providing learning opportunities and mentoring beginning in middle school. Girls and young women will gain access to relevant dual credit courses in high school and have high levels of contact with faculty and industry professionals who are women.

Join KidWind for this hydropower virtual workshop to explore the science of water based power!

During this virtual workshop, educators will learn the foundations of water power including the science and technology of hydropower turbines. This workshop will also introduce activities for the classroom that engage students in dynamic, hands-on energy-based learning.

All teachers who pre-register will receive a $100 kit before the 3 hour virtual training and will go through how to use these materials in the classroom. This workshop has self guided and in-person components.

Some things to know:

  • This workshop and the materials used are geared towards middle school and high school teachers.
  • No prior knowledge of hydropower is required.
  • You will need a stable internet connection and dedicated space in which to work.
  • You will need access to a sink to do some basic hydropower experiments.
  • KidWind will ship you a box of material 4-7 days before the workshop.
  • Preservice and retired teachers are welcome!

Use discount code CREATEWK2024 to reduce the registration cost to $10. Register by April 10th to receive materials prior to the workshop.

The Sanford Center1111 Event Center Dr NEBemidjiMN56601

The mission of the GigaZone TechXpo is to spark excitement and create opportunities with technology by connecting students and job seekers with employers, educators and technology enthusiasts from across northern Minnesota. 

The event will be held concurrently with the GigaZone Gaming Championship, an arena-style e-gaming competition produced by Paul Bunyan Communications. Last year’s event attracted more than 4,000. 

The TechXpo will allow businesses that are creatively leveraging technology the opportunity to demonstrate their innovations to a large group of tech-savvy, potential employees. Educators and educational institutions can have their tech-oriented students show off projects and promote technology training programs they offer to their students.

The upcoming Red Team Competition from Bay Area Cyber League is an opportunity for high school and community college students to showcase their cybersecurity skills. This event is open to all students with a passion for technology and security.

As part of the competition, work in teams to identify vulnerabilities and exploit weaknesses in simulated networks, systems and more. Winning teams will receive recognition and prizes. Join this thrilling experience to learn, grow, and collaborate with other like-minded individuals.

In this webinar, a student project is presented in which undergraduate Mechatronics students conducted a scientific research to solve a common everyday problem, and designed and built a system for that purpose.  The goal of the project is to seek to solve the issue of the heat in parked vehicles in the summer through the use of a solar-powered cooling system.

This webinar is part of CREATE's Innovation series and runs approximately 30 minutes.

Presenter: Dr. Khalid Tantawi is an Assistant Professor of Mechatronics Engineering Technology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

GIS instructors worldwide are invited to join this session to learn more about the Blue Marble Academic Program. In this hour-long webinar, Blue Marble will explain how the program works and demonstrate how instructors can benefit from using the free Global Mapper Academic Curriculum.

Blue Marble’s academic licensing program provides complimentary access to both Global Mapper and Geographic Calculator for accredited schools and colleges in the United States, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, and Italy. Discounted licensing is also available to academic institutions in other parts of the world. Register today to find out how to bring Global Mapper to your classroom!

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.

This webinar offers an opportunity to hear from disability professionals from a variety of school types and office sizes describing how they evaluate and implement accommodations that require interaction with faculty. When offices have to say no to students who request this accommodation, how do they do it? What other accommodations or supports may be offered to those students? When the accommodation is approved, how is the communication structured? How do understaffed offices find the time for required negotiation with faculty? Are there templates or tricks to help facilitate and expedite the work? Join this conversation to hear how other offices are handling this complicated issue. This webinar will be two hours long, to allow plenty of time for discussion and Q&A.

(3 days)

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront225 E Coastline DrJacksonvilleFL32202

The State Leadership and Skills Conference is the premier CTE event in the state of Florida. The top students in over 100 different skill and leadership competitions gather to compete against their peers for a chance to advance to the National Leadership and Skills Conference. These competitions allow students to hone their technical skills, connect with business and industry, and become skilled professionals, career-ready leaders, and responsible community members.

In addition to competitions, students are invited to participate in other conference activities to further their careers and connect them with potential future employers. During the Meet the Employer Career Fair, more than 50 local, state, and national companies are looking to recruit and hire students for immediate job openings. The CONNECTED Expo and Trade Show showcases business and industry partners and their products, services, and career opportunities.

Would you like to learn how solar PV works & develop lesson plans for your classroom? Join CREATE for the STEM Educator Virtual Solar Institute.

Included with the course: 

  • Six complete solar PV lesson packages (and access to many more!). 
  • $200 in solar PV equipment to implement CREATE’s lessons (classroom solar module, electrical meters, solar power meter) at no cost to you! 
  • Lab equipment award application to request student sets of solar PV equipment to support teaching solar in your classroom (valued at $1200). 
  • Professional instruction using CREATE’s lessons and equipment in your classroom. 
  • Opportunity to win up to $1000 through Teaching Innovation competitions by demonstrating effective use of your lesson plan in the classroom. 


Schedule: 

  • Saturday, April 13, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm CST  
  • Wednesday, April 17, 6:00-7:00 pm CST  
  • Saturday, April 20, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm CST  
  • Wednesday, April 24, 6:00-7:00 pm CST  
  • Saturday, April 27, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm CST

Meet with Dr. Sandy Porter, co-founder of Biotech-Careers.org, a website built for exploring biotech/bioscience careers, especially those coming through community college programs. Learn how to effectively utilize this extensive resource to learn about career areas, Bay Area companies, future job opportunities and more.

Join CREATE for this webinar to learn about a lesson co-created by STEM educators in NC that invites students to examine how current and future energy sources and systems impact people and communities. This collaborative lesson introduces students to the concept of energy justice by fostering learning about how energy sources, their production, distribution, and associated waste (e.g., coal ash), along with the generation and distribution of electricity, affect communities. The lesson features real-life energy stories and relevant online mapping tools, such as the EPA’s Environmental Justice Screening and Mapping Tool, support inquiry by enabling students to ask about and examine relationships between energy infrastructure and community demographics. Students use an adaptation of the Energy Justice Scorecard (Baker, et al. 2019) published by Initiative for Energy Justice as a tool to evaluate the extent to which a relevant energy story promotes energy justice. Ultimately, this lesson prepares students to be able to describe the features of a “just transition” to a clean energy future.

(2 days)

Northampton Community College3835 Green Pond RdBethlehemPA18020

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: The granddaddy and foundation of the 3CS program that has welcomed those interested in experiential cybersecurity education for over a decade. Presentation sessions in classrooms with support for hybrid sessions about practice improvements for cybersecurity education Included with General Admission.
  • Cybersecurity Science and Practice Symposium: Poster and classroom presentation sessions with support for hybrid attendance about evidence-based professional and instructional cybersecurity practices -- the human factors of cybersecurity.
  • Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Symposium: Cybersecurity skill development workshops on specialized topics not typically taught in higher education courses but required to develop the skills needed to advance in the cybersecurity profession.
  • Cyber Technology and Careers Symposium: Open spaces supporting an exhibit hall with demonstration sessions and a career fair - combining a job fair and a talent fair. 
  • Cyber Games, Simulations, and Competition Symposium: Individual and team-based interactive challenges and opportunities for hands-on experience with or observation of demonstrations of skills in the Cyber Ready Arcade, including the new Community College Collegiate Defense Competition (3CDC) 

Over the past few years, it seems there has been an increase in the number of disabled students coming to disability offices with a history of having received “extra time for assignments” as an accommodation. Students who seek this accommodation are often either students with disabilities affecting focus or reading, including ADHD, LD, Autism, and TBI, or students with chronic health conditions who may miss assignment deadlines due to an exacerbation of their condition. Many received this accommodation in high school and expect it to continue in postsecondary education. However, is this accommodation always reasonable in college settings? This webinar will broadly explore when this accommodation is--and is not--reasonable, relative to our institutional responsibilities of equal access, equal opportunity, and nondiscrimination. It will also touch on the college’s significant obligations to work with faculty and students to implement it, when it is approved. This is the first of a two-part series: the second webinar will include a panel of disability professionals from a variety of school types and office sizes describing how they evaluate and implement accommodations that require interaction with faculty.

Northland College Aerospace Site13892 Airport DriveThief River FallsMN56701

Brought to you by Northland Community and Technical College and the National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT), this event is open to all students (grades 7-12) and teachers, and offers a variety of 50-minute hands-on learning activities directly related to Northland Aerospace programs. Schools/students can choose to attend one session or make it a day-trip and attend all of the sessions throughout the day. All sessions are 100% cost-free! 

There will also be a general public open house event in the evening. The evening open house will be open to students & children, educators, parents, and community members of all ages. The evening open house times are TBD & all updates & information will be posted on the NCAT website.

(3 days)

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center2800 Opryland DrNashvilleTN37214

The WiCyS conference is the premier event to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. WiCyS brings together women and allies in cybersecurity from academia, research, government, and industry.

Conference components include: Keynote Speakers, Technical Presentations, Workshops, Panels, Lightning Talks, Networking Socials, Résumé Reviews, Mock Interviews, Professional Headshots, Career Fair for organizations to hire professionals and students, Capture-the-Flag Competition, Breakfast to honor military and more.

(2 days)

Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, Biscayne Bay Campus3000 N.E. 151st StreetNorth MiamiFL33199

Join the 2024 Wine Chemistry Workshop in North Miami, FL hosted by VESTA at the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, Biscayne Bay Campus from April 6-7th, 2024. The cost is $200 and open to the public - must be 21+ years old.

Day 1 topics include:

  • Malolactic Fermentation: Monitoring by Paper Chromotography
  • Soluble Solids: Determination by Refractometry
  • Soluble Solids: Sugar per Berry by Refractometry
  • Hydrogen Ion Concentration: pH Meter Measurement
  • Titratable Acidity: Titrametric Procedure & Nitrogen: Estimate of YAN by Formal Titration
  • Sugars: Reducing Sugars by Visual Rapid Estimation

Day 2 topics include:

  • Ethanol: Ebulliometric Analysis
  • Sulfur Dioxide: Aeration/Oxidation
  • Distillation and Titration Procedure
  • Sulfur Dioxide: Ripper
  • Titration Procedure
  • Acetic Acid: Steam Distillation of Volatile Acid Using Cash Still

John D. Odegard UND Aerospace3980 Campus RoadGrand ForksND58202

Tour the facilities and stamp your Aerospace Passport at various hands-on stations, fly spacecraft and aircraft simulators, and experience the thrill at UND Aerospace. A day full of fun and prizes, it's bound to be a good time!

This webinar is part of the InnovATEBIO 2024 series of virtual ATE project talks.  This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.  The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

Each talk will be 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for questions and discussion.

Talk 1: The NOBLE Project

Talk 2: Catalyzing Creativity Through Antibody Engineering Hackathons

Don't miss out on this upcoming webinar, where presenters delve into the vital role of energy education in today’s climate-challenged world, especially focusing on engaging the next generation early on. Join CREATE as they explore the transformative impact of the Academy of Green Technology program, revolutionizing education through the integration of cutting-edge drone technology in the energy industry.

The competencies you built in prior work experiences are the bridge to a career in biotechnology. In this workshop, presenters will help you strategically position yourself within your internship application, drawing on the strength of your transferable skills through a tailored competency model informed by the insights of community college alumni and their mentors who have adeptly navigated biotech career transitions.

(5 days)

Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC)221 S 4th St.LouisvilleKY40202

AACC hosts one of the most significant professional development events for leaders in community colleges and providers engaged with the two-year college sector. This event includes high-energy keynote presentations and breakout sessions addressing the sector's most pressing issues and opportunities, disruptive technology showcases, deep-dive problem solving work sessions, and unparalleled networking opportunities.

This webinar is part of the InnovATEBIO 2024 series of virtual ATE project talks.  This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

Each talk will be 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for questions and discussion.

Talk 1:  Final Outcomes of Dual Credit High School-Community College DNA Sequencing and Genomics Project, NSF-ATE Award #2055607 & International Opportunities for Biotechnology Education from Japan, Spain, and Iceland

Talk 2:  Expansion, Curriculum Evolution and Enhancement during BioTechnician Training (ExCEEd BTT)

Meet with Dr. Ron Susek, Biotechnology Industry Consultant with decades of experience, to learn how to effectively craft your resume and prepare for interviewing for an internship or job in the biosciences.

MN State Capitol Rotunda75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr BoulevardSt PaulMN55155

The Minnesota STEM Ecosystem and SciMathMN invite you to join a morning of STEM exhibitions, demonstrations, and networking! They will be showcasing a wide array of STEM-based programming across Minnesota through hands-on, interactive and student-focused learning innovations at the 2024 STEM Day at the Capitol.

(2 days)

Heritage Center of Brooklyn Center6155 Earle Brown DrBrooklyn CenterMN55430

This conference attracts aviation maintenance professionals, including college and university students, from Minnesota and around the country for continuing education credit, networking, and Inspection Authorization renewal. The conference offers 11 hours of training over one and a half days. Attendees can earn their eight hours of FAA-required annual accredited training toward their IA certification. There are concurrent sessions that provide aircraft maintenance related topics. The FAA will be on-site to answer your questions. The annual aviation technician conference also showcases over 50 industry exhibits featuring the latest and best in aviation projects, technology, and services, along with career recruiting opportunities. 

(3 days)

EPRI Charlotte Office1200 West WT Harris Boulevard Building 1CharlotteNC28262

ASME's Conference for Advanced Reactor Deployment (CARD) connects executive leaders and engineers in the small modular reactor (SMR) and micro reactor nuclear technology industries with utility, regulatory, and financial leaders to discover opportunities in the nuclear supply chain and advance clean energy solutions. The program is designed to not only showcase the latest reactor technology but also encourage meaningful dialogue in a comfortable setting.

Symposia is the plural form of symposium. 3CS includes a symposium in each of the five areas below:

  • Community College Cyber Summit: Presentation sessions in classrooms with support for hybrid sessions about practice improvements for cybersecurity education Included with General Admission.
  • Cybersecurity Science and Practice Symposium: Presentation sessions in classrooms with support for hybrid sessions about evidence-based professional and educational cybersecurity practices -- the human factors of cybersecurity. Included with General Admission.
  • Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Symposium: Cybersecurity skill development workshops in computer labs. Additional cost to attend.
  • Cyber Technology and Careers Symposium: Open spaces supporting an exhibit hall with demonstration sessions and a career fair - combining a job fair and a talent fair.  Included with General Admission, but can be purchased separately.
  • Cyber Games, Simulations, and Competition Symposium: Individual and team-based interactive challenges and opportunity for hands-on experience with or observation of demonstrations of skills in the Cyber Ready Arcade, the regional final of the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (MACCDC), and the new Community College Collegiate Defense Competition (3CDC) Included with General Admission.

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

With the expansive list of operations in Global Mapper Pro, even experienced long-time program users often discover functionality they were unaware of. Join this hour-long GeoTalks Express session to investigate some of the lesser-known features in Global Mapper Pro and some best practice tips and tricks in the program.

(3 days)

Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI) Technology Development Center (TDC)6410 Langfield RdHoustonTX77092

The Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit (RFIM) is back March 19-21, 2024, at the PRCI Technology Development Center in Houston, TX, the energy capital of the world! Don't miss this opportunity to experience live demonstrations of the latest in robotics equipment and join in dynamic conversations driving the future of robotics forward. The RFIM Summit is also an opportunity to network and make meaningful connections with industry leaders, equipment manufacturers, influencers, practitioners, and the sharpest minds in the industry.

ASME's RFIM Summit brings together a cross-industry community of asset owners, robotic inspection service providers, robotic maintenance providers, robotic and drone OEMs, sensor OEMs, and data analytic/software providers. Experts involved in all facets of the robotics industry will share valuable insights on the latest robotic and data analytics technologies to help businesses optimize inspection, maintenance, and repair while improving safety and lowering costs. 

(4 days)

Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center2450 Galleria ParkwayAtlantaGA30339

MEEd THEME: Emerging Trends and Technologies in Mechanical Engineering
The ASME Mechanical Engineering Education Summit (MEEd), which launched in 1989, is the only conference specifically for mechanical engineering and related Chairs/Deans/Department Heads and other leaders that address issues affecting the current and future state of engineering education.

(4 days)

Hyatt Regency Orange County11999 Harbor BlvdGarden GroveCA92840

The Innovations Conference, now in its 27th 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.

Conference Tracks:

  • Leadership and Organization
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Student Support and Development
  • Workforce Preparation and Development

Join KidWind for a three-hour virtual workshop to explore the science of the power grid!

During this virtual workshop, educators will learn the foundations of energy and the how the power grid works. This workshop will discuss the history of the power grid and the role of different forms of power in producing energy, as well as the consequences for the future of energy generation in the U.S. It will also introduce activities for the classroom that engage students in dynamic, hands-on energy-based learning.

All teachers who pre-register will receive a $100 kit before the 3 hour virtual training and will go through how to use these materials in the classroom. This workshop has self guided and in-person components.

Some things to know:

  • This workshop and the materials used are geared towards middle school and high school teachers.
  • No prior knowledge of hydropower is required.
  • You will need a stable internet connection and dedicated space in which to work.
  • You will need access to a sink to do some basic hydropower experiments.
  • KidWind will ship you a box of material 4-7 days before the workshop.
  • Preservice and retired teachers are welcome!

Use discount code CREATEWK2024 to reduce the registration cost to $10. Register by March 6th to receive materials prior to the workshop.

A career conversation with your mentor-manager is essentially a negotiation. It's a time to discuss your career path, what types of support your mentor-manager is willing and able to offer, and the level of productivity they'll need to see to continue to support you.

Using best practices from Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most (Stone, Patton, Heen and Fisher), participants will go through the steps of preparing for a negotiation (including identifying conversational goals and concerns about the conversation, assessing their research mentor's position and preferences, etc.), brainstorm different conversational tactics for each stage of a negotiation (including opening the conversation, negotiating different issues, coming to agreement and ending a conversation) and consider steps post-conversation.

Workshop participants will come away with strategies to:

  • Identify the steps to prepare for a career conversation
  • Consider how your mentor-manager would prefer to have this conversation
  • Develop talking points to keep the conversation on track
  • Discuss how to open, have and exit the conversation
  • Identify strategies if a conversation becomes contentious
  • Describe next steps post-conversation(s)

The 2024 Nebraska Research and Innovation Conference — Diamond Quantum Sensing: Challenges and Opportunities — will take place Thursday, March 14, at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Lincoln. This all-day meeting includes invited speakers and poster sessions with student and post-doctoral researchers from Nebraska’ EQUATE project. The cost to attend this event is free, however pre-registration is required.

(2 days)

West Valley College14000 Fruitvale AveSaratogaCA95070

This conference is designed for educators at all levels, but others are welcomed to register for the event.

Day 1 - March 14th

  • Keynote Speaker: Nicole Bonk-Skydio Director of Flight Testing
  • Morning Presentations: ESRI-Skydio
  • Afternoon Workshops include: Drone2Map, Pix-4D Cloud, Drone Deploy, Flight Demos, and Flight Experience

Day 2 - March 15th

  • Keynote Speaker: TBD
  • Presentations and Workshops include: Emergency Response (Fire and Police), Utilities- (TBD), Transportation- (TBD), Agriculture- (TBD), and Drone Delivery (TBD)

Corporate Participants:

  • Esri Drone2Map Team
  • Skydio Team

Join the Clemson University Center for Workforce Development and Trident Technical College as they discuss a new electric vehicle maintenance and manufacturing curriculum that can be used in technological education beginning in Fall 2024. The webinar will provide an overview of the curriculum and how to deploy it within the existing automotive and mechatronics courses. Participants will also learn about industry involvement as subject matter experts in this content and the future of EVs in the Southeast.

(4 days)

Palm Springs Convention Centers277 North Avenida CaballerosPalm SpringsCA92262

Join your global developer community at the Esri Developer Summit—an event designed to show you how to build cutting-edge apps using advanced mapping technology. Explore hundreds of hours of technical workshops and sessions and learn development best practices from GIS experts.

The National Cybersecurity Training and Education Center (NCyTE) and the Washington State Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (CCoE) are funding a limited number of $600 scholarships for one of the following virtual workshops to eligible community college faculty as part of their mission to support cybersecurity instruction and to encourage faculty who want to teach cybersecurity.

They will offer 3 different workshops that run on Saturday mornings from March 9 - April 6, 2024 for 2 hours each from 8-10AM PST. The topics include:

  • CCNAv7: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE)
  • CCNP Advanced Routing and Services [ENARSI]
  • Cyber Security Operations Associate

A limited number of scholarships are available. Applicants will be placed on a waitlist after the workshop is full. Complete the registration and scholarship application by February 25, 2024.  Applicants will be notified of their approval status via email.

Welcome to the InnovATEBIO 2024 series of virtual ATE project talks.  This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.  The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

Each talk will be 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for questions and discussion.

Talk 1:  Bio Blend 1.0: Using Self-Assessment to Stay on Track

Description: Bio Blend 1.0 Project Team and Evaluators, Cosgrove and Associates, will share grant background information and a self-assessment tool created by the Cosgrove’s to monitor grant progress and evaluate: partnerships, activities, challenges, actions taken to address challenges and outcomes.

Talk 2:  Social Dogs

Description: This project will create a mobile version of DNA Subway.

While feedback is a valuable tool for guiding professional development, its full potential is often untapped. Learn to transform feedback into actionable, practical and impactful development strategies by adopting a shared competency language with your teammates and to create a focused learning roadmap during your internship.

The ITEEA Annual conference is an unparalleled professional learning opportunity for technology, engineering, and STEM educators featuring dozens of special interest sessions, ITEEA’s renowned STEM Showcase, and exciting social and networking events.

Illinois Conference Center111 St Mary’s Rd.ChampaignIL61820

Join in this summit to explore how technology solutions are addressing some of the most significant challenges facing agriculture today – and learn about what is on the horizon. One of the premier AgTech hubs in the nation, Champaign-Urbana is uniquely positioned to bring together entrepreneurs, investors, academics, and industry for learning, networking and advancing this sector.

This interactive conference offers participants the opportunity to learn and share knowledge about the current state of agtech and looking into the future through dynamic panels, inspiring keynote presentations, and networking opportunities. This event is free thanks to the generous sponsors.

Designed for high school students and families, these workshops are held throughout the year and provide those interested in biotech an opportunity to explore the career path. The 2024 workshops will be taking place at multiple high schools in Maryland! 

2024 WORKSHOPS
MAR 4  |  6—7:30 PM  |  Havre de Grace High School
MAR 6  |  6—7:30 PM  |  Joppatowne High School
MAR 7  |  6—7:30 PM  |  North Harford High School
MAR 11  |  6—7:30 PM  |  Aberdeen High School
MAR 13  |  6—7:30 PM  |  Edgewood High School 

(3 days)

Collin College Heritage Hall9700 Wade Blvd.FriscoTX75025

In these free hands-on, interactive workshops, attendees will learn how to develop and leverage a future-facing set of skill standards for any technical discipline.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed via a stipend. Participating schools must send at least two people: one faculty member and one administrator.

"ITSS Summit" attendees will...

  • Understand the elements of the BILT (Business and Industry Leadership Team) Model and the skill standards development cycle
  • Discuss strategies for recruiting subject matter experts
  • Practice preparing and hosting SME meetings to prioritize in-demand job skills and KPIs
  • Convert the job skills into student learning outcomes
  • Workshop implementing the skill standard materials into curriculum
  • Develop mentored “action plans” for next steps

BIOTECH Pathways is holding it's annual Teaching Academy with three half-day workshops taking place on March 2nd, April 6th, and May 4th! Participants may attend one, two, or all three workshops. RSVP by: FEB 21 for all events

Are you a high school life science educator interested in integrating biotechnology content and laboratory skills that align with curriculum standards? Then the BIOTECH Pathways Teaching Academy is the professional development series is for you! 

These half-day workshops are held at Harford Community College and include laboratory activities and discussion about implementation strategies that best fit participants’ classes. Participants will receive a $200 stipend for each half-day workshop they attend. 

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 InnovATEBIO on Friday, Mar 1st to talk about Diversity, Engagement & Recruitment Strategies

Meeting or exceeding expectations is a defining metric of success in the workplace. There are multitudes of expectations, many of which often go unsaid. How do you clarify what is expected of you and obtain regular actionable feedback so that you can progress steadily towards those expectations? In this session presenters will outline tools you can use to define the many expectations inherent in any work situation, assess for gaps in your knowledge and build the language to ask for and obtain the information and feedback you need to succeed.

Workshop participants will come away with tools to:

  • Assess what expectations have been made clear, and which still need further clarity.
  • Identify gaps in expectations, how you’ll be evaluated, assessed and trained.
  • Language to obtain expectation clarity and actionable feedback.
  • Proactively manage-up to promote actions that support your success

This hands-on workshop will introduce faculty to an entry level Mechatronics course (Concepts of Electronics) taught to high school students at a distance in Nebraska and Minnesota. It is the first of 4 courses being designed to deliver to high school students. Attendees will learn best practices for delivering technical course work online, assemble a trainer and perform lab exercises designed for high school students.

All participants will take their finished trainer (valued over $300) home and be asked to create a lab with the trainer to share with other workshop attendees and the iMEC community. A bill of materials and curriculum will also be made available. Teams of a high school instructor and State/community college faculty are encouraged to attend as a team. The workshop is FREE, lunch will be provided, and attendees will take their trainer home to use in their own classrooms. 


Workshop Topics:

  • Overview of the iMEC projects
  • Dual enrollment strategies
  • Share good practices working with high schools
  • Building trainers from components
  • Review web curriculum
  • Labs and videos
  • Complete the trainer

The Community College Innovation Challenge is led by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is a national competition where community college student teams, working with a faculty or administrator mentor, use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to innovate solutions to real-world problems; receive full travel support to attend an Innovation Boot Camp held in Washington, D.C.; and compete for cash awards of up to $3,000 per team member. Up to 12 finalist teams will be selected to attend the Innovation Boot Camp and receive coaching designed to build strategic communication and entrepreneurial skills. Finalist teams also participate in a Student Innovation Session and engagement opportunity with STEM leaders and Congressional stakeholders, and a pitch presentation in front of a panel of industry professionals. Join AACC, a CCIC judge, and a student finalist team member from the 2023 competition to learn about the CCIC, why you should apply, and how to do so by the April 2 deadline.

Global Mapper Pro offers numerous advanced geospatial tools, explicitly focusing on lidar and point cloud management and analysis. In this session, explore the latest additions to Global Mapper Pro version 25.1, which complements the core functionality of the standard version.

(2 days)

IRSC Pruitt Campus, William and Helen Thomas STEM Center500 N.W. California BoulevardPort St. LucieFL34986

The National Electric Vehicle Consortium (NEVC), funded by the National Science Foundation, promotes the interaction of a critical mass of academic, agency, and industry experts across all EV disciplines to help secure the nation's EV workforce pipeline. 

  1. Share best practices (curriculum, recruitment, certifications, resources and more) across all EV sectors.
  2. Discuss gaps and funding opportunities to address those gaps.
  3. Identify opportunities for tours, presentations, and partnerships.
  4. Support the development of an entry level attainable industry recognized certification across all EV sectors.

From small performances to large commencement ceremonies, and all the guest lectures and hackathons in-between, higher education institutions strive to ensure events held on campus are accessible to anyone who wants to attend. However, coordinating among the multiple entities responsible for putting on events and determining who should be responsible for the various aspects can be challenging. This webinar will address multiple aspects of event access, including communication needs, physical spaces, digital mediums, and more. Focus will be placed on reducing the institution's reliance on the disability professionals to create access, and will provide actionable tools and processes for other campus entities to increase their comfort and ability to create events with meaningful access for all attendees, no matter their disabilities.

As technical educators, we all understand how internship opportunities can be a pivotal part of any technical education program.  But sometimes establishing and implementing Internships for students can be daunting.  Please join us for the next Energy Educator Coffee Hour and share your experience (or lack thereof) with providing internship opportunities to your students. Success stories, lessons learned, best-practice ideas, or general questions are all welcome.

Join this webcast from CCPI-STEM to learn more about NSF ATE Labor and it's Economic Impact!

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 InnovATEBIO on Friday, Feb 23rd to talk about Increasing Work-Based Learning Opportunities

To establish a successful working relationship with your mentor-manager, it's important to assess and understand key factors including their priorities, goals and workstyles as well as your own. In this interactive session, presents will discuss best practices using real-life examples and explore how good intentions without proactive communication strategies can lead to misunderstandings in the workplace. You will learn what to pay attention to from the start, tangible actions you should take, and how to measure the success of your working relationship with your mentor-manager in order to set yourself up for success.

Workshop participants will come away with strategies to:

  • Clarify and assess you and your mentor-manager’s goals, priorities, and values.
  • Assess your workstyle and that of your mentor-manager (and other colleagues)
  • Scope your situation: Utilize an investigative (proactive) approach to assess the 4 key factors in your workplace: the work, your boss, the team, and the organization

Has your college been an ATE grantee? Did you have a New-to-ATE grant? Keep the momentum going! Take advantage of what ATE funding can do for your college's technician education programs and students by "Moving Up” with additional ATE funding. A checklist will be provided along with tips for what will make your proposal more competitive, how requirements and reviewer expectations change when you take the next step, and where you can get help to make your proposal more viable. This session offers strategies, insider tips, and mistakes to avoid in seeking your next ATE grant . . . and gets you started! 

Successfully diversifying STEM education requires a deep understanding of the lived experiences of underrepresented students as they navigate systems that were often not created with them in mind. Numbers only tell part of the story of the challenges these students face while pursuing higher education and thus hold a limited understanding of the solution to diversifying STEM education.

This webinar focuses on how inclusive qualitative data gathering methods can honor the complexity of the challenges in diversifying the STEM workforce. Webinar participants will better understand the power that qualitative insights hold in identifying challenges in access to quality education, patterns in utilization of services, and potential solutions that students self-formulate to navigate educational environments. These insights can then be harnessed to create more equitable learning environments where underrepresented students can thrive. Participants will learn to identify opportunities when qualitative evaluation can be advantageous in promoting the success of underrepresented students in STEM education.

Presented by EvaluATE.

Blue Marble product managers and software developers are busily planning and writing lines of code that will eventually evolve into Global Mapper Standard Version 25.1. Each release brings a plethora of new and improved functionality throughout virtually all aspects of the software. This session will introduce and demonstrate some of the highlights of version 25.1, including enhanced capabilities for working with vector, raster, and terrain data.

(3 days)

Online

Axe-con is the world’s largest digital accessibility conference that welcomes developers, designers, business users, and accessibility professionals of all experience levels to an accessibility conference focused on building, testing, and maintaining accessible digital experiences. Building accessible digital experiences requires a team effort, across design, development, management, testing, accessibility experts, and of course, legal. Axe-con is the first of its kind, dedicating topics to each of these key players. This is not an assistive technology convention.

Talks at axe-con will include case studies from enterprise companies leading in large-scale accessibility efforts, as well as best practices and updates from technology leaders around the world. Attendance of axe-con sessions can also be used towards continuing education (CE) towards IAAP certification.

Topics of focus will include accessibility in development, accessibility in design, organizational success with accessibility, and a wildcard track. Join to learn how to build, test, monitor, and maintain digital accessibility.

(6 days)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center900 Convention Center Blvd.New OrleansLA70130

Every two years, the Ocean Sciences Meeting unifies the oceans community to share findings, connect scientists from around the world, and advance the impact of science. The Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024 is co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union, the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), and The Oceanography Society (TOS). Through the combined power of these three organizations, affiliated partners, and working with the broader conservation-focused community, this meeting provides attendees the opportunity to bridge disciplines, connect communities, and make lasting partnerships. 

Join KidWind for this solar-focused virtual workshop to explore the science of solar power!

During this virtual workshop, educators will learn the foundations of solar power including the science and technology of solar PV and thermal energy. This workshop will also introduce activities for the classroom that engage students in dynamic, hands-on, energy-based learning.

All teachers who pre-register will receive a $100 kit before the 3 hour virtual training and will go through how to use these materials in the classroom. This workshop has self-guided and in-person components.

Some things to know:

  • This workshop and the materials used are geared towards middle school and high school teachers.
  • No prior knowledge of hydropower is required.
  • You will need a stable internet connection and dedicated space in which to work.
  • You will need access to a sink to do some basic hydropower experiments.
  • KidWind will ship you a box of material 4-7 days before the workshop.
  • Preservice and retired teachers are welcome!

Use discount code CREATEWK2024 to reduce the registration cost to $10. Register by February 7th to receive materials prior to the workshop.

High Tech Kids delivers fun, hands-on STEM programs and events that inspire Minnesota youth to BUILD confidence, CREATE opportunities and THRIVE as the next generation of innovators, during this event there will also be a Discovery fair for students to learn about STEAM and take part in hands-on activities. 

High Tech Kids is a Minnesota 501 (c)(3) nonprofit and collaborates with FIRST as the Minnesota Program Delivery Partner for FIRST LEGO League Explore, FIRST LEGO League Challenge and FIRST Tech Challenge. High Tech Kids supports all Minnesota teams and volunteers by offering training, tournament opportunities, volunteer coordination and community outreach.

This session will review and provide an opportunity to try out formative credentialing assessments that are part of the upcoming CyberWatch Microcredentials for Secure Computing. The BAR acronym stands for Behaviorally Anchored Rating. Much evidence shows that when BAR scales, based on the tasks that must be performed to excel in a career position, are used to evaluate capability maturity, the results are less biased and more accurate predictors of future job performance. The previous Raise the BAR assessments have been used by companies, such as IBM, to identify the most qualified candidates for open positions. This year's program will also include the Core Concept Readiness Inventories which assess your stock of knowledge in four fundamental domains of information security: 

  1. C-I-A Triad
  2. Controls, Threats & Attacks
  3. Cryptography
  4. Security Testing, Engineering, and Operations

The Information Security Fundamentals Readiness Assessment will provide a proficiency profile and opportunity to earn badges in recognition for demonstration of conceptual understanding of the prerequisite knowledge for a career in information security and readiness to fully benefit from an information security fundamentals course. The  Information Security Fundamentals Readiness Assessment is therefore ideal for a student who is in the beginning or middle of their educational program but can be of value to any student who wishes to demonstrate to prospective employers that they possess the knowledge required to apply information security concepts in information technology and networking job roles that are the feeders into cybersecurity specialist jobs. The complete Information Security Readiness Assessment takes about 30 minutes to complete.

Do you have an idea for applying to the Community College Innovation Challenge (CCIC)? Do you have questions on the application process? Join the AACC for an idea vetting and discussion session and talk with a former CCIC judge and student participant as well as representatives from the National Science Foundation and the American Association of Community Colleges. Come share your project ideas and receive informal feedback as well as have the opportunity to ask questions about the CCIC application process.

Join the Community College Presidents Initiative - STEM to participate in the second Community College Thought Leaders’ Dialogue.

Northland Aerospace Campus13892 Airport DriveThief River FallsMN56701

The Aerial Drone Competition offers an exciting educational drone sporting event that focuses on hands-on, student-centered learning. Teams learn about drones, flight principles, programming, documentation and communication skills while expanding their understanding and building interest for Drone-related workforce and career opportunities. Recommended for students grades 5-12, teams will compete in local and national competitions where students work together to complete four missions.

Ready to fully develop a cybersecurity program at your institution? According to Cyberseek.org, there are over 570,000 cybersecurity job openings nationwide. A cybersecurity program at your institution could attract new students, expand employer connections, and open new opportunities for grant funding.

Instructional deans and faculty who want to start a cybersecurity program will learn step-by-step how to create a program at their college or university. The workshop is based on successful cybersecurity program efforts from colleges and universities across the nation. The program standards set by the National Security Agency. 

Workshop Topics: 

  • How to utilize national standards (NICE, CAE) to develop or improve a cybersecurity program.
  • Steps to develop a cybersecurity program including cost estimates and curriculum resources.
  • Funding sources for proposed or existing cybersecurity programs.
  • Tips and resources for a successful grant proposal.
  • Overview of the National Security Agency (NSA) Program of Study (PoS) validation and CAE designation application process. 

The Community College Innovation Challenge is led by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is a national competition where community college student teams, working with a faculty or administrator mentor, use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to innovate solutions to real-world problems; receive full travel support to attend an Innovation Boot Camp in Washington, D.C.; and compete for cash awards of up to $3,000 per team member. Up to 12 finalist teams will be selected to attend the Innovation Boot Camp and receive coaching designed to build strategic communication and entrepreneurial skills. Finalist teams also participate in a Student Innovation Session and engagement opportunity with STEM leaders and Congressional stakeholders, and a pitch presentation in front of a panel of industry professionals. Join AACC and team mentors from the 2023 competition to learn about the CCIC, and why you should support a student team from your institution to apply by the April 2 deadline.