HI-TEC 2018 - PowerPoints and Photos

2018 PowerPoints and Photos

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Conference Photos

HI-TEC 2018 Registration and Hotel
HI-TEC 2018 Preconference
HI-TEC 2018 Opening Session Keynote Breakfast
HI-TEC 2018 Awards Luncheon
HI-TEC 2018 Main Conference
HI-TEC 2018 Exhibit Hall and Ten Year Anniversary Celebration

Wednesday Opening Session

Keynote: Josh Davies, Chief Executive Officer, The Center for Work Ethic Development
Work Ethic: The Must-Have Skills for the 21st-Century Workforce

Thursday Keynote Luncheon

Keynote: Rita Teutonico, Dean of Research, Florida International University
Career Pathways and Job Opportunities in Technology Today
Pathways to future high technology careers


Preconference Workshops

Critical Issues and Best Practices in Nanotechnology Education
Challenges and Opportunities for Nanotechnology Education and Educators
Preparing Military Personnel for Civilian Technical Positions
Robert Ehrmann
, Michael Lesiecki, Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK), University Park, PA

Using Arduino in an Interdisciplinary, Project-Based, Introductory Tech/Engineering Course
Marina Bograd, Guiseppe Sena, iCREAT, Wellesley, MA
Using Arduino Workshop
Using Arduino Introduction



Main Conference Sessions

An Assembly Language Simulator to Illustrate Computer Architecture Design
Marwan Shaban, Adam Rocke, Seminole State College, Sanford, FL

Bringing Data Analytics and Data Visualization into Your Classroom
Bruce Caraway, Rajiv Malkan, CTC, Lone Star College, Houston, TX

Building Partnerships with High Schools: Experiences from Two Colleges
Hunter Moore, Eric Bredder, Katie Thach, Piedmont Virginia Community College, Charlottesville, VA: Pamela Silvers, Jim Sullivan, Skilled Workers Get Jobs 2.0: Appalachian Impact, Asheville, NC

College Immersion: A Unique Experience for High School Students
Greg Kepner, MPEC, Ottumwa, IA

Creating One-Page Reports
Emma Perk, Lyssa Wilson Becho, EvaluATE, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Creating One-Page Reports Task Slides -1
Creating One-Page Reports Task Slides -2

Establish and Grow a Biomedical Engineering Technology Program
Brian Bell, Lara Sharp, St. Petersburg College Clearwater FL; Randy Libros, Community College of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

Evolution of a Program Capstone: From Project to Product
Drew Kjell, WCTC, Pewaukee, WI

How Li-Fi Network Technologies Will Change Our Lives
JB Groves, Wharton County Junior College, Richmond, TX

How to Increase Faculty Success for Free
Jennifer Gutierrez, CSU MERLOT-SkillsCommons, Long Beach, CA; Karen Cowell, MERLOT-SkillsCommons, Charlotte, NC

It Takes a Village: A cohort-based model for recruiting, retaining, and employing students in advanced manufacturing
Mary Styers, Magnolia Consulting, LLC, Charlottesville, VA

Low-Cost Manufacturing Trainer for High School Engineering and Mechatronics Programs
Alan Zube, Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL; Mike Tanner, Waukegan High School, Waukegan, IL

Mechanisms to Demonstrate Impact of Your Project or Program: Did They Do Better?
Michael Lesiecki, Luka Partners LLC, Phoenix, AZ; Emma Perk, EvaluATE, We4stern Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

MEMS Foundations Topics and Certification for Instructors and Students
Barbara Lopez, Matthias Pleil, Shamiso Olive Chirenda, Support Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), Albuquerque, NM

NEATEC Learning Module Use and Impact
Mary Ann Nickloy, Kelly Fahrenkopf, NEATEC, Albany, NY
NEATEC Learning Module Use and Impact Flyer
NEATEC Learning Module Use and Impact Presentation

Nine Ways to Maximize Business Relationships and Ensure Curriculum Aligns with Workforce Needs (Panel)
Ann Beheler, National Convergence Technology Center, Frisco, TX; Matt Glover, Le-Vel Brands, LLC, Dallas, TX; Tu Huynh, Comerica Bank, Dallas, TX; Glenn Wintrich, North Central Texas InterLink, Irving, TX; Kim Yohannan, Palo Alto Networks, Boston, MA

NSF ATE Grant Funding: ATE Information and the Mentor-Connect Helping Hand Presenters
V. Celeste Carter, Ph.D., National Science Foundation, Alexandria, VA; Elaine L. Craft, Florence-Darlington Technical College, Florence, SC

Preparing Military Personnel for Civilian Technical Positions Pre-Separation
Preparing Military Personnel for Civilian Technical Positions Pre-Separation
Panelist Contact Information
Bob Ehrmann
, NACK, University Park, PA; Kate Alcott, NEATEC, Albany, NY; Ned Young, National Center for Supply Chain Automation, Dayton, OH; Steve Kane, SpaceTEC, Cape Canaveral, FL; Lorrie Guler, Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program Fort Drum Army Base, Fort Drum, NY

Promising Solutions for the Challenges facing STEM Education in Rural Arizona
Caroline VanIngen-Dunn, Science Foundation Arizona, Scottsdale, Arizona; Jeff Bunkelmann, Central Arizona College, Coolidge, Arizona

Solving the Software Development Pipeline Crisis Using Apprenticeships to Develop IT Talent
Girish Seshagiri, Ishpi Information Technologies, Mt. Pleasant, SC.

Student Engagement Through Active Learning Strategies
Jim Sullivan, Amanda Whitt & Pamela Silvers, Skilled Workers Get Jobs 2.0: Appalachian Impact, Asheville, NC
Student Engagement Through Active Learning Strategies
Student Engagement- Tower of Pasta
Student Engagement - Tower of Cups

Successful Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Underserved Students and Proving the Strategies Work
Ann Beheler, Mark Dempsey, National Convergence Technology Center, Frisco, TX; Laura Berry, North Arkansas College, Harrison, AR; Chenchutta Jackson, Volunteer State CC, Gallatin, TN

Teaching Cybersecurity Across the Disciplines
Debasis Bhattacharya, Lorraine Lopez-Osako, University of Hawaii Maui College, Kahului, HI; Karina Bhattacharya, University of Houston, Houston, TX

Using Undergraduate Research as a Student Recruitment Tool for Biotechnology Programs
John Hatherill, Bridgette Kirkpatrick, Daisy Zhang, Carole Twichell, AC2, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX

Utilizing Geospatial Technology to Map Student Demographics and Prediction of Success
Vincent DiNoto, National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, Louisville, KY



Poster Sessions

Creating Synergy Through Maritime Mechatronics
Thomas Stout, Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, VA