American Technical Education Association
ATEA Fall Regional Conferences, Region 1 and Region 5
"End to End Digitization"
hosted by Dassault Systemes, at their Executive Briefing Center, Waltham MA.
This special conference on the digital thread will change the way you think and respond to the future workforce needs of your students. I look forward to seeing you there as we learn and grow the importance of technical education in America.
It is open to Region 1 community and technical institutions, if you are from Region 1 the Northeast please call or email ATEA for the code, and open to all ATEA members. The registration is $250 covering food and tour to Olin College of Engineering.
Space is limited to 100.
612-381-3315 or skrebsbach@Dunwoody.edu
Region 5 Conference hosted by Kansas City Kansas Community College, October 4-5--"Racing to Success" and Region 5 Presidents' Roundtable October 3
to register, click
Standing,left to right – Alicia Hooks, Cliff Smith-Chairperson, Kristin Povilonis, Lori Chaffin, Charles Knapp, Carly Eastling, Sheridan Smith Front, left to right – Paul Hancock and Rich Piper
News that effects technical education
Next ATEA conference is
"Racing to Success" Oct. 4 and 5, 2018
hosted by Kansas City Kansas Community College, Kansas
registration opens in June!
Region 1 Member Conference fall 2018
hosted by Dassault Systemes
"End to End Digitization"
in Waltham, Massachusetts
2019 ATEA National Conference
April 3-5 2019
"Racing to Industry 4.0"
hosted by Ivy Tech Community College
2019 ATEA Region 5
Dunwoody College of Technology
ATEA member graduations
Three Rivers Community College, Norwich CT
Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis MN
Dr. Lin Zhou, President of Bates Technical College, Tacoma WA, presiding at her first commencement ceremony as president.
Lamar State College Port Arthur, Port Arthur, Texas. Dr. Betty Reynard, President
Northeast State College, Blountville, Tennessee, ATEA Past President, James King, President of Northeast, speaking at the graduation ceremonies.
ATEA Slide Show --members are invited to send slides of your events
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 Tesla for joining ATEA as a business member. We appreciate you interest in a skilled workforce and the contribution of technical education to innovation.
Thank you Dunwoody College of Technology for renewing at an ATEA System level of $5000 for 100 members.