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American Technical Education Association

National Conference Chair

President of ATEA Board of Trustees,

President of Gateway Technical College

Bryan Albrecht Biography - ATEA.doc

 

National Conference Honorary Chair

Chancellor, 

University of Wisconsin-Stout, 

Menomonie, Wisconsin

 

 

Bob Meyer Professional Bio (short) 2017.docx


The 2018 Gateway Technical College ATEA National Conference Committee

Invites you to Kenosha and Racine Wisconsin March 21-23, 2018

Conference trade show and general sessions at the Double Tree, Pleasant Prairie WI

just off of Interstate 94

fly into either O'Hare (1 hour south of the
Double Tree ) or Milwaukee (20 minutes north of the Double Tree) 

.

ATEA conference registration is all inclusive, meals, tours with transportation, keynotes, receptions--and a trade show.

Gateway Technical College, in conjunction with ATEA, has

5 specially designed workshop lab experiences with certification options

 and conference graduate credit option

through the

University of Wisconsin-Stout

 

The Conference opens at the Double Tree on Wednesday March 21

with "Strolling Lunch" in the trade show and afternoon  Industry tours 

5:00 the official Wisconsin Welcome Reception!

Dinner with Welcome from Lt. Governor

Rebecca Kleefisch 

 

Welcome from Wisconsin Technical College System,

 

President Dr. Morna K.Foy  

and

  ATEA National Award Presentations

Outstanding Technical Student, Technical Teacher, Program, and Silver Star Business Award presented jointly with National Technical Honor Society

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Thursday March 22

 

President Albrecht's  Panel: "Pathways and Partnerships" 8:00-9:00

Beth Ormseth, Principal Lakeview Technology Academy, http://lakeview.kusd.edu/

Clark Coco, Dean Washburn Tech, Kansas, http://www.washburntech.edu/

Bob Meyer, Chancellor UW Stout, WI http://www.uwstout.edu/
 
 

10:00 to 4:00  5 Industry Pathway  Workshops--content, transportation, box lunch and opportunity

for certification and graduate credit

Workshops sponsored by: Starrett, MSSC, FCA, NIDA, Dremel, Festo, Trance, NOCTI and PMPA

Transportation Pathway--Horizon Center,--tour and participate in hands-on certification training in partnership with Snap-on, Starrett, FCA

Mechatronics--SC Johnson Center iMET Center,tour and participate in hands-on industry certification training in Dremel 3D, NIDA, CerTec,Festo Automation.

Health and Protective Services--Inspire Center, tour and participate in health training simulation (HPS) nursing, surgical tech, dental and law enforcement/personal safety

Sustainable Energy Systems Pathway--Center for Sustainable Living/Trane Energy Labs participants will explore systems including solar and geo technology employed at Gateway and participate in hands on industry certification training in building automation, gas meter technology

Information Technology Pathway Racine Campus tour and participate in hands on industry certification training in areas of cyber security. networking, telecom installation systems.

Transportation provided to

  

4:30 to 6:30 reception at Snap-on Incorporated Headquarters

and Keynote

 

 

 

 

Nicholas T. Pinchuk, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

of Snap-on Incorporated

 

"The Dignity of Technical Education"

 

 

transportation back to hotels

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Friday March 23

ATEA Regional Meetings

Closing Keynote with brunch 9:00 am

Dr. Daniel Phelan, President of Jackson Community College Michigan,

Past President Association of America Community Colleges and author of

"Unrelenting Change, Innovation and Risk: Forging the Next Generation of Community Colleges"

ATEA annual meeting 10:00 to 10:30  

all with Wisconsin hospitality

watch for registration to open

 

 

 


Committee members back row L-R:  Mike O'Donnell - Dean, Allied Health & Veterinary Sciences; Larry Hobbs - Divisional Chair, Automotive Diesel Technology, Horticulture & HCAV/R Facilities Maintenance Instructor; Dr. Matt Janisin -  NC3 Coordinator/Instructor; Dr. Bryan Albrecht - Gateway President & Chief Executive Officer / ATEA President; Eric Doherty - Director, IT User Experience; Scot Eisenhauer - Director, Law Enforcement Training; Ray Koukari - Dean, Racine Campus Affairs, Business & Information Technology

Front Row L-R: Mary Harpe - Assistant to President; Stephanie Sklba - Vice President, Community & Government Relations; Marv Campbell - Technology Support Coordinator; Jayne Herring - Director, Marketing & Communications; Kelly Bartlett - Assistant to President

Committee members not able to be in the photo:

 

 

Committee members back row L-R:  Mike O'Donnell - Dean, Allied Health & Veterinary Sciences; Larry Hobbs - Divisional Chair, Automotive Diesel Technology, Horticulture & HCAV/R Facilities Maintenance Instructor; Dr. Matt Janisin -  NC3 Coordinator/Instructor; Dr. Bryan Albrecht - Gateway President & Chief Executive Officer / ATEA President; Eric Doherty - Director, IT User Experience; Scot Eisenhauer - Director, Law Enforcement Training; Ray Koukari - Dean, Racine Campus Affairs, Business & Information Technology

Front Row L-R: Mary Harpe - Assistant to President; Stephanie Sklba - Vice President, Community & Government Relations; Marv Campbell - Technology Support Coordinator; Jayne Herring - Director, Marketing & Communications; Kelly Bartlett - Assistant to Presiden

Deborah Davidson,  Vice President of Business and Workforce Solutions



Benjamin McFarland, Welding Instructor 


Gregory Herker, Manager Fab Lab 


 Dr. Sylvia Tiali, UW- Stout


Pat Hoppe, Electrical Technology Instructor 


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