HI-TEC 2016 - Conference Proceedings

HI-TEC 2016 CONFERENCE PHOTOS

2016 Conference Presentations

Conference Photos

Preconference photos
Pittsburgh sights
Keynote luncheon
Exhibits
General conference photos
Awards Luncheon
Producers Dinner
Opening Session
Babushka and Steel Heritage Tour

Sessions will also be available in the conference E-proceedings that will come out in a couple of months.

Preconference Workshops

Trends in Wireless and Mobile Computing—Incorporating New Technologies in Your Classroom
  Wireless-Trends-Protocols-Securing-Lans.pdf
  Wireless-Trends-Protocols.pdf
  Wireless-Trends-Meraki-Cloud.pdf
Bill Wolfe, William H. Wolfe II, Senior Network Consulting Engineers - Cisco Center of Excellence, Moraine Valley Community College - CSSIA

 


Main Conference Sessions

A Pathway from High School to a Manufacturing Career
Sharon Gusky, Tara Jo Holmberg

Biomedical Engineering Technology
Brian Bell, St. Petersburg College

Bioscience Industrial Fellows Program
Russ Read, National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce, Winston-Salem, NC
Allison Nestor, Forsyth Tech, Winston-Salem, NC

Build Your Own Recruitment Video-ATETV Customization Tool Now Available
Elaine Craft, Emery DeWitt, SC ATE, Florence, SC
Anthony Manupelli, Mary Ellen Gardiner, Pellet Productions, ATETV, Reading, MA

Building and Leveraging Supportive Industry Partnerships: A Case Study
Gary Beasley, Central Carolina Community College, Lillington, NC

Creating an Online Bachelor's Degree in Software Development with a Major Research University.
Craig Tidwell, Seminole State College, Sanford, FL

Creating Sustainable Pathways is Creating Successful Students
Jennifer Puniello, Jennifer Dekkers-Mitchell, Bristol CC, Fall River, MA

How Can Academia and EMC Partner to Help Prepare Students for IT Careers?
Kim Yohannan, EMC Corporation, Franklin, MA

Increasing Female Enrollment in STEM
Pamela Silvers, Jim Sullivan, Rachael Tipton, A-B Tech, Asheville, NC

Integrated Photonics for Technicians
Dr. Anca Sala, Baker College, Flint, MI
Taylor Jeffrey, OP-TEC, Waco, TX

The LEAN Internship Project: Add Value, Reduce Waste
Teresa Guy, John Floyd, and Debbie Daniels, Eastern Shore Community College, Melfa, VA

Learning Biology Through 3D Printing
Brian Roach, Model 3D, Raleigh, NC
Our grant's website can be found at 3d.waketech.edu
Our social media accounts are on Twitter & Instagram @waketech3D

NEATEC Learning Modules: Use and Impact
Mary Ann Nickloy, Kelly Fahrenkopf, NEATEC, Albany, NY

Norco College's ACE Program Prepares Students to Become Supply Chain Technicians in Six Months
Colleen Molko, Nat'l Center for Supply Chain Technology Education (SCTE), Norco, CA

NSF ATE Funding-Increase Your Odds of Success with Grant Proposal Development Help from Mentor-Connect: Get a Mentor…Become a Leader
Charlotte Forrest, Elaine Craft, Mentor Connect, SC ATE, Florence, SC
Dr. Celeste Carter, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C.

Open Badges: The Devil is in the Details
Bruce Emerson, Central Oregon Community College, Bend, OR

The Road to Autonomous Vehicles
Bob Feldmaier, Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (CAAT), Warren, MI

STEM and Entrepreneurship Engagement Through Wearables
Michael Lesiecki, MATEC Networks, Phoenix, AZ
      STEM-and-Entrepreneurship.pdf
      STEM-and-Entrepreneurship-Resources.pdf

Sustainable Technologies in Advanced Transportation and Energy (STATE)
     
Sustainable Technologies in Advanced Transportation and Energy (STATE) PDF    
      Sustainable Technologies Presentation in Powerpoint format

Ken Mays, Central Oregon CC, Bend, OR
John Frala, Rio Hondo CC, Whittier, CA

Teaching Cybersecurity Across the Disciplines with a Focus on Minorities and Women
Debasis Bhattacharya, University of Hawaii Maui College, Kahului, HI

Teaching The Internet of Things (IoT) using universally available Raspberry Pi and Arduino Platforms
Gary J. Mullett, Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield, MA

Transfer Pathways in Cybersecurity Education: Challenging Routes, Promising Practices
John Sener, Sener Knowledge
Don Brady, Middlesex CC

Using Best Practices in Social Media to Increase Your Program's Student Enrollment.
    Using-Best-Practices-in-Social-Media
    Using-Best-Practice-Social-Media-Planning-Guide
Joe Ippolito, Education Development Center, Waltham, MA
Ann Beheler, CTC, Frisco, TX
Gordon Snyder, OP-TEC, Waco, TX

Using Python for Problem Solving
Vincent A. DiNoto Jr., GeoTech Center, Louisville, KY