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Live Autonomous Snow Plow Competition of Upper Midwest Colleges and Universities held at Dunwoody College of Technology
Dr. Bryan Albrecht, President Gateway Technical College, Racine/Kenosha Wisconsin, announced his retirement
Dr. Albrecht served as ATEA President 2017-2019 and is on the ATEA Past Presidents Council.
To Dr. Albrecht,
You have had a truly remarkable career. Your contributions to our sector will last for decades.
Jon H. Connolly
ATEA Board of Trustee President
Sussex County Community College
Thank you to Calhoun Community College, Decatur, Huntsville Alabama
Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Career Services & Cooperative Learning
Calhoun Community College,
serving Decatur, Huntsville and northern Alabama.
Co-Op Employer: Rebecca Evans, Branch Manager, Calhoun Community College– Schools Program at Redstone Federal Credit Union. RFCU is one of the 25 largest federal credit unions in the country originated on Redstone Arsenal.
Co-Op Student Graduate: Sara Anderton, Human Resources Associate at YKTA. YKTA is a manufacturer supplier for Mazda-Toyota Manufacturing U.S.A. in North Alabama.
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Dr. V. Celeste Carter, NSF ATE
Workshop for National Science Foundation ATE Grant
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Thank you Ocean County College and UNEX Manufacturing
Best Practice Call--Decembr 2, 2021--
"Enabling Jobs & Other Experiential Learning Opportunities throughout the Education Pathway"Call featured
Experiential learning initiative developed by the Engineering & Industrial/Technical studies program by Pam Bogand with Cassidy is an engineering intern at UNEX manufacturing and Rich Varenick, HR UNEX.
Cassidy Wojcik with Jordan Minetti, and Max Schippe, examining a part to verify the program worked correctly and holes are in the correct places.
Anthony Landis, Director of Postsecondary Education for the Ohio Department of Higher Education
Dr. Shawn Mackey Deputy Executive Director of Programs and Accountability, Mississippi Community College Board
Chelle Travis, Executive Director of Skills USA
Dr. Lin Zhou, President, Bates Technical College, Tacoma WA
It is the digital transformation of the sectors that is driving the renaissance. The open positions are becoming increasingly technical with basic skills requirements of data analytics, IT, and cyber security. Computers, cell phones, and tablets are tools. As the technical nature of positions continues to increase there will be increased need for post-secondary training and credentials to not only develop the future workforce but upskill the current workforce.
Sue Smith, Conference Moderator and Co-chair of the Manufacturing 4.0 Sector
Welcome to new and renewing members!
ATEA is proud to announce the addition of new business members, supporting members, institutional members, library/media members and individual members.
Thank you Dunwoody College of Technology, Ivy Tech Community College, and Gateway Technical College for renewing at an ATEA System level of $5000 for 100 members.
ATEA strategically analyzes trends in technology and technical education.
For technical education leaders and raising industry leaders a masters program that combines courses from the College of Science and Engineering and the Carlson School of Management to make decisions on investing institional and business resources in emerging technologies
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