American Technical Education Association
End to End Digitization November 7-9 hosted by Dassault Systemes, Waltham MA
Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser,( 3rd from the left) gave the keynote presentation.
L-R, Al Bunshaft SVP for Global Affairs, Dassault Systemes; Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, ATEA Executive Director; Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser; Sue Smith VP Ivy Tech Community College Indiana, School of Advanced Manufacturing and Technical Sciences and ATEA 1st VP; Mary Kaye Bredeson, Executive Director of the Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Aerospace, Everett Washington, ATEA 2nd VP; Bryan Albrecht, President and CEO Gateway Technical College, Racine/Kenosha Wisconsin, and ATEA President of the Board of Trustees
Secretary Peyser's Keynote
American Technical Education Association Region 1 Conference Committee
"End to End Digitization" November 7-9
Hosted by Dassault Systemes Americans Site, Waltman, MA
November 9 tour of Olin College of Engineering
This special conference on the digital thread that will change the way you think and respond to the future workforce needs of your students. On behalf of the committee chaired by ATEA Board member, Al Bunshaft, SVP for Global Affairs, Dassault Systemes, we look forward to seeing you there as we learn and grow the importance of technical education in America.
Keynote: Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Mr. James Peyser
Conference Schedule Region 1 ATEA Dassault Conference One Page - v9.docx
Dassault Waltham Massachusetts Executive Briefing site and Solid Works and Cativa US Offices
Committee Chair, Al Bunshaft SVP, Dassualt Sytemes Americas Global Affairs
Dr. Jon Connolly, President Sussex County Community College, Newton, New Jersey
Dr. Alex Clifford, VP and Provost, Maine College of Health Professions, Lewiston, Maine
Dr. James Sherrard, Chair, Nuclear Programs, Three Rivers Community College, Norwich, CT
ATEA Executive Director, Dr. Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, presented a plenary keynote at the 2018 China Education Association for International Exchange, in Beijing October 18, 2018 and signed an MOU with the organization. There will be another signing at the 2019 ATEA national conference in Indianapolis, IN
L-R Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, Ph.D. ATEA Executive Director Ms. Shen Xuesong, Deputy Secretary-General, CEAIE
ATEA tour at the Kansas City Kansas Speedway and Amazon Fulfillment Center
Updates from ATEA Region 5 Conference hosted by Kansas City Kansas Community College October 4 and 5
Thank Kansas City Kansas Community College for the outstanding professional development conference with tours of "state of the art" industries and keynotes from Governor Jeffery Colyer, Mayor David Avery, Kansas Board of Regent Chair, Dr. Blake Edwards and Wesley Stith, Clark Construction.
Thank you to the Kansas City Kansas Conference Committee and to the Kansas City Kansas Community College Culinary Arts students.
Left to Right back row: Alicia Hooks, Cliff Smith, Kristin Povilionis, Lori Chaffin, Charles Knapp, Carly Eastling, Sheridan Smith
Front row: Paul Hancock and Rich Piper
ATEA Board President, Dr. Bryan Albrecht, Kansas Governor, Jeff Colyer, and Kansas City Kansas Community College President, Dr. Greg Mosier
Governor Colyer spoke to the Region 5 ATEA conference on Thursday October 4. His comments will be in the fall ATEA Journal.
ATEA National Board of Trustees held their fall meeting in conjunction with the Region 5 Conference, "Racing to Success"
L-R backrow: Dr. Rich Wagner, President of Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis MN; Al Bunshaft Senior Vice President for Global Affairs Dassault Systemes Waltham MA; Dr. Bryan Albrecht, President and CEO Gateway Technical College, Racine/Kenosha WI; Ryan Purdy, President Mid-Plains Community College, North Platte NE; Dr. Mark Englert Vice President Gillette College,Gillette WY; Brooks Jacobsen Supervisor of Robotics and Electronics Lake Area Tech Watertown South Dakota
L-R front row: Dr. Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach Executive Director American Technical Education Association; Cliff Smith Associate Chief for Facility Services, Kansas City Kansas Community College; Dana Wolff, instructor of Financial Services Sioux Falls South Dakota; Dr. James Sherrard, Chair of Nuclear Programs, Three Rivers Community College, Norwich CT; Sue Smith, Vice President of Technical and Applied Science, Ivy Tech Community College, Indianapolis, IN. Attend but left prior to the photo Ken Potthoff, Deputy Director, CTECS , Atlanta Georgia
ATEA National Conference April 3-5, Indianapolis, IN
"Racing Through Industry 4.0"
ATEA AWARD nomination forms available September 1--must be a member to nominate
ATEA system Members in the news!
The photo below is of the Gateway Technical College ground breaking for expansion of SC Johnson Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Center ( iMET). The center supports education ad training for Gateway Technical College in the areas of advanced manufacturing, engineering, IIoT, industrial analytics, supply chain management, and additive manufacturing. It also hosts the Racine Engineering High School Academy.
Left to right
Ray Koukari, Gateway Technical College, Matt Kirchner, Lab Midwest ,Matt Janisin, Gateway Technical College ,Kent Powell, Amatrol, PAUL Aiello, Fanuc America, Van Wanggaard, State Senator, Dave Degrout, Mt Pleasant Village President, Alan Yeung, Foxconn, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Bryan Albrecht, Gateway Technical College, Fisk Johnson, SC Johnson and Sons, Ram Bhatia, Gateway Trustee, Michael Cook, Rockwell Automation and Andy Lobo, Snap on Tools
Racine Journal Times coverage: https://journaltimes.com/business/local/gateway-partners-mark-imet-expansion-start/article_168fce90-e099-561a-985e-b003b241cb8a.html
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
News that effects technical education
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.