ATE Central

ATE Events — November 2017

Upcoming

(3 days)

Morial Convention Center900 Convention Center Blvd.New OrleansLA70130US

The International WorkBoat Show is part of the Diversified Communications portfolio of commercial marine events, publications and e-media products. WorkBoat has been connecting qualified buyers with leading suppliers for more than 70 years. In print, online, and face to–face, WorkBoat delivers high quality information to all segments of the marine industry in North America.

(4 days)

Austin Community College1218 West AvenueAustinTexas78701

This colloquium is designed to provide community college students who are conducting undergraduate research the opportunity to share research, develop professional meeting skills and network with students from across the country. 

This two day colloquium will be hosted at Austin Community College by CCURI and the Austin Community College Bio-Link Regional Center and will include student poster sessions and various sessions on undergraduate research at community colleges.​

Thursday November 30 - Austin Community College East View Campus

Friday December 1 - Austin Community College Highland Campus

Wednesday November 29th and Saturday December 2nd are considered travel days.

Past

The Shores Spa and Resort2637 S Atlantic AvenueDaytona Beach ShoresFL32118United States

Florida Educators of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (FEDHH) Pre-conference Workshop: 

Project Access and Writing in the Disciplines (WID) and Promoting Success in Math

Please join us for this one-day training, which will provide information to increase success for students included within mainstream classrooms.

Writing in the Disciplines  and Promoting Student Success in Math workshops are designed to help teachers adapt their teaching style to foster better learning for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as all other students, particularly those with language difficulties. These strategies are based upon research conducted by the Rochester Institute of Technology and the National Institute of Technology for the Deaf (RIT/NTID), the largest mainstream college in the world for deaf or hard of hearing individuals.

The primary audience includes:

general education STEM and ELA teachers
inclusion specialists
local assistive technology specialists
Note: Teams are welcome to attend this training from a school or district. Suggested team members to include are; an ELA general education, a STEM general education, and a Teacher of the Deaf or an Inclusion Specialist.

This workshop will:

Assist in mastering strategies to meet the goals of Universal Design in education so students are college and career ready.
Provide information on designing writing assignments that address “writing to learn.”
Prepare students for STEM career writing that is expected by industry employers.
Provide information on responding to writing errors/skills development within the context of the STEM classroom.
Provide information on effective instructional approaches including cooperative learning, online tutorials, and new strategies for engaging deaf and hard-of-hearing students in learning math.
Guidance for participants to develop an individual “Plan for Change” for writing and mathematics that can be used locally to meet professional development follow-up requirements.

Presenters: Sue Clark, Lauren Fox, Billie Joe Mayo, Brent Bechtold, and Harry Wood

Florida State College at Jacksonville9911 Old Baymeadows RoadJacksonvilleFL32256

The Writing in the Disciplines workshop includes:

  •  an introduction to the research that supports the Writing in the Disciplines approach and "writing to learn"
  •  the role of low stakes writing
  •  developing appropriate writing assignments
  • responding to student writing especially in the context of a STEM classroom

Each workshop participant will leave with a plan for developing a writing assignment that provides students with writing practice and with the tools to provide constructive feedback.

Students need to be prepared for the changing environment around them. Industry tours allow the student to see all the opportunities that exist – past and present. The world premiere of the Ford Piquette Plant documentary explores the creativity of visionaries who paved the way for our current industries. The conference will also discuss these and other tools available to students and parents to explore various career path options.

Thomas Nelson Community College99 Thomas Nelson DrHamptonVA23666US

A bringing together of STEM guitar faculty we are helping create a community of practice by providing a forum for middle school, high School and college/ university faculty to present topics relating to STEM guitar.  

 

Hands on demonstrations and exposure of a variety of STEM related activities are accomplished.  Our youtube channel (STEMguitarproject)  has last years presentations recorded.

 

This Summit is is coordination with the M-STEM conference.

(4 days)

HamptonVA

M-STEM brings together students, faculty and business to strengthen understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) principles, especially relating to materials science, and to enhance K-20 technology education integration. A unique feature of MSTEM is hands-on, interactive learning which presents information in a way that engages students and teachers.

(4 days)

McCormick Place2301 S King DrChicagoIllinois60616

FABTECH brings a wealth of innovation and technology solutions to Chicago November 6-9, 2017. More than 40,000 attendees and over 1,700 exhibiting companies are expected to gather once again to celebrate metal manufacturing at its best. The event also provides educational sessions and expert-led presentations covering the latest trends and technology in the metal forming,  fabricating, welding and finishing industries.

Cybersecurity has emerged as one of the leading creators of jobs and opportunity for all economic sectors. The demand for cybersecurity positions in both the public and private sector is large and growing, but the talent pool of cybersecurity workers is not yet able to keep up.

The NICE 2017 Conference and Expo will feature timely, topical, and thought-provoking presentations, bringing together cybersecurity workforce, training, and educational leaders from academia, business, and government for two days of focused discussions.

This year’s theme, "Challenging the Status Quo: Building a Robust and Sustainable Cybersecurity Ecosystem," aims to help shape the way in which the nation identifies, educates, trains and builds our 21st-century cutting-edge Cybersecurity Ecosystem.

Presentations will focus on ways to promote and energize employers, government, businesses, educators, and the workforce to offer new opportunities to build a lively community full of ideas that solve one of our biggest challenges ... building a capable and robust cybersecurity workforce.

The annual National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Conference and Expo features timely, topical, and thought-provoking presentations, bringing together cybersecurity workforce, training, and educational leaders from academia, business, and government for two days of focused discussions. 

The theme of the 2017 conference, "Challenging the Status Quo: Building a Robust and Sustainable Cybersecurity Ecosystem," aims to help shape the way in which the nation identifies, educates, trains, and builds our 21st-century cutting-edge Cybersecurity Ecosystem.

This SAE Standards Webinar provides an overview of the key standards in the automated vehicle sector: SAE J3016™ (Taxonomy and Definitions); SAE J3018 (Safe Testing of Highly Automated Vehicles on Public Roads), and SAE J3131 Automated Driving Reference Architecture. 

As the recognized leader in life science education, the National Association of Biology Teachers represents and supports teachers, students, scientists, and allied professional organizations to enhance and improve biological literacy for all. We are committed to the professional growth and development of biology and life science educators.

Come join us at the 2017 Professional Development Conference(link is external)!  Join other leaders in biology and life science education for four days of renowned speakers, hands-on workshops, informative sessions and special events that you can't get anywhere else!

The NABT Professional Development Conference will begin with workshops and field trips followed by the opening session speaker scheduled from 3:00PM on Thursday, November 9th. Educational sessions will be scheduled all day on Friday, November 10th and Saturday, November 11th. Saturday will conclude with the closing speaker at 5:00PM followed by a special evening event. Workshops and field trips will resume on the morning of Sunday, November 12th as space allows. 

The automotive sector is asking more than ever from plastics engineers for innovations that reduce vehicle weight.

 

This 60-minute Webinar presents up-to-the-minute trends and advances in automotive lightweighting-related plastic/composite formulations, as well as processes to expand applicability for high-volume manufacturing.

 

An audience Q&A follows the technical presentations.

Monroe Community College1000 E Henrietta RoadRochesterNY14623United States

GeoFest will consist of a welcoming ceremony with refreshments starting at 8:30 AM, followed by three workshop sessions on a variety of topics. Many sessions will be centered on the Bicentennial of the Erie Canal and on the Geography Awareness Week Theme of Civil Rights. The New York Geographic Alliance hopes to have representatives of several museums and national parks in attendance as exhibitors or workshop presenters. There will be an optional afternoon activity with lunch included. 

Registration will be available in early September. If you are interested in presenting a workshop, please contact Tim McDonnel. 

Annually, members of the National Technical Honor Society meet at the State Leadership Conference.

The conference is an opportunity for members to meet members from across the state, be engaged in leadership building activities and promote academic excellence.

Attendees hear from dynamic speakers and participate in fun and educational workshops arranged on a variety of topics.

Don't miss out on this great opportunity.

(2 days)

CenturyLink Field Event Center800 Occidental Ave S.SeattleWA98134United States

Pacific Marine Expo is the largest and longest running commercial fishing and commercial marine tradeshow on the West Coast, held annually in Seattle, WA, serving all aspects of the Pacific market, including commercial vessel owners, commercial fishermen, boat builders, workboat operators and seafood processors, tug, tow and marine patrol, and crew. 

Attend industry education on safety, management, regulatory matters and technological advancements, plus live demos, Fisherman of the Year Contest, the Fisher Poets, and daily happy hours.

 

 

Timonium Graduate Center2034 Greenspring DriveTimoniumMaryland21093

Industry, government, and university representatives will be on hand to discuss how best to attract and prepare graduates for careers in the bioscience industry and how to prepare students to be job-ready by graduation. Representatives from several companies, government agencies, private sector, and colleges and universities will also be available to answer questions regarding workforce projections, career choices, degree options, and internships. Opportunities for one-on-one meetings with industry representatives will be available during our Bio Buzz networking event from 4 – 6 p.m. This conference is an excellent opportunity to network with some of the top industry and government professionals in the BioHealth Capital Region.

Cybersecurity is critical to producing the connected vehicles that consumers demand. With threats evolving as rapidly as the technology integrated into today's vehicles, the industry, academia, and government must take a unified approach to secure our vehicles and the future of our field. 

 

Join SAE International and our panel of esteemed industry leaders representing wireless technology, government, law, and automotive cybersecurity for an informative discussion on the events and technologies that have brought the mobility industry to this crucial point in its evolution.

 

Topics of this 60-minute Webinar will include: 

  • Strategies for driving organizational awareness
  • The recent BlueBorne vulnerability
  • Government's regulatory response
  • Future of interdisciplinary collaboration and workforce development

  

An audience Q&A will follow the technical presentations.