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Live Autonomous Snow Plow Competition of Upper Midwest Colleges and Universities held at Dunwoody College of Technology





ATEA Announcement

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

and

Sussex County Community College









ATEA Best Practice Call

Thank you to Calhoun Community College, Decatur, Huntsville Alabama

“Next Level Transferability – from Technical Certificate to General Studies Utilizing Cooperative Education as the pathway to a degree”

Hosted by

Rachel Reid

Work-Based Learning Coordinator

Career Services & Cooperative Learning

 Calhoun Community College,

serving Decatur, Huntsville and northern Alabama.


Panelists:

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.



Questions?  Contact Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director, skrebsbach@dunwoody.edu 6112-381-3315

Join  ATEA for a year of programs that

engage and meet the needs of students, employers and the future

The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) was founded in 1928 for the purpose of communicating the role and importance of technical education. Today, we have a network of 2500 faculty, administrators and businesses from  46 states who connect through ATEA.  ATEA identifies technology trends that effect technical education both now and in the future.  We  create dialog for problem solving and innovation by bringing  together national experts, technical college members, and -industry partners to share their work in Best Practice Calls,  conferences-both on site and virtual, the ATEA Journal, and on the website.  With ATEA you will know:

what to look for,

who is implementing it

how to connect to them

and

what to monitor before choosing the innovation and making the investment in program and equipment.

Join ATEA

Here is our YouTube Channel  ATEA Channel--click below to experience an ATEA national conference

Interviews of ATEA Participants at 2017 National Conference in Nashville hosted by the TCAT's

 Watch for a March Symposium on

“The importance, status, and future of the optics and photonics industry in the United States.”

sponsored by Sussex County College, Newton, New Jersey


Thank you  Dr. Bryan Albrecht, and

Dr. V. Celeste Carter, NSF ATE 

Workshop for National Science Foundation ATE Grant

December 9 2021

Bryan Albrecht Biography 2021.docx

Presenter

V. Celeste Carter, Director Undergraduate Programs


Join ATEA if you are interested in working with us on a grant proposal

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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. 



Commitment of ATEA to Diversity Equity and Inclusion 

Board of

trustee TAsk Force Leadership


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

ATEA Announces the national conference


April 26, 27 and 28 2022

Programs 1:00-4:00 ET

ATEA Special Events 4:00-5:00 ET Daily


"The  Renaissance of Technical  Education" 

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

2022 national conference will focus on

Manufacturing, Allied Health, Agriculture and Transportation--EV, Battery Production and logistics

Opening Day Artificial Intelligence keynote with a look at AI In  each sector. 

Day 2 Focus on Allied Health and Transportation and Day 3 Agriculture and Manufacturing 4.0

Each day will close with an ATEA event--4:00-5:00 ET-

t 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. 

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.

Technology Trends

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

Management of Technology Masters U of M

Space launch https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/11/11/nasa-spacex-crew1-launch-space-station/

See Tech Trends

ATEA System level Members

100 members from your system, college or ecosystem-each receives the same conference discounts, ATEA Journal and ATEA members connections

ATEA INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS AT THE SUPPORTING LEVEL  

$1000 for 15 members


Land of Lincoln Community College

Springfield, Illinois


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ATEA Institution, organization or business membership

$500 for 6 members



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Host College membership


American Technical Education Association


A
premier association for the post secondary technical educator, with emphasis on professional development.


ATEA
818 Dunwoody Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Located on  the 
Dunwoody College of Technology Campus


Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director
612-381-3315
skrebsbach@dunwoody.edu

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