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View Resource Team-Building Approach in a Multi-Campus Institution

This presentation discusses preliminary results of a team-building approach across two campuses of DeVry University; Orlando, FL and Atlanta, GA. The Internet has been used as the major communication tool. The approach is meant to motivate students in carrying out small-scale applied research and build a working team across geographically separated locations. An outcome example is discussed; it...

View Resource MONOGRAPH - Recruitment & Retention of Engineering Technology Students

Identifying strategies to assist with recruitment and retention of engineering technology students particularly women and minorities was the focus of a 1998 Retention Forum, held in Columbia, SC, and sponsored by the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education (SC ATE) Center of Excellence. The Center is funded by the National Science Foundation and the South Carolina State Board for...

View Resource Tech Stars Scholarship Program

Seek grant funding for scholarships that target engineering technology. Unique scholarships and associated benefits will help differentiate your program from others. The Tech Stars program at Florence-Darlington Technical College is a successful example of this strategy. The loan-to-own laptop computer feature of this scholarship program is resulting in higher enrollments and more full-time...

View Resource Learning That Works: Work Ready Electronics Workshop

Work-Ready Electronics (WRE) is a unique project that prepares students and technicians for the demands and dynamic nature of the electronics industry. The American Electronics Association and a grant funded by the National Science Foundation support WRE. The project works directly with industry to close the gap between knowledge and skills needed by employers and those that are acquired by...

View Resource National Information and Materials Resources For Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Education

Two-year college educators have shown strong interest in upgrading content and pedagogy for their curricula and individual courses. National Information and Materials Resources for Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Education describes several methods of providing these educators with information and materials resources from which to obtain useful approaches and specific teaching materials....

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