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    ATE PI Chris Delahanty Joins NSF as Rotator

    Christine Delahanty, a Bucks County Community College (Pennsylvania) physics, engineering, and engineering technology professor, is excited to begin work on January 16 at the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a temporary program director, also known as a rotator. 

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    Mentor Connect Welcomes 11th Cohort of Mentee Teams

    Mentor-Connect has selected its 11th cohort of mentee colleges. During a December 6 video conference Principal Investigator Elaine Craft praised the mentee teams from 24 colleges for choosing to do “such important work for your students, your college, and your employers, and for this country."

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    FDTC SCATE Center and Mentor-Connect Project receives $4.8 M National Science Foundation ATE grant award

    Florence, S.C. (August, 2022) – The South Carolina Advanced Technological Education (SCATE) Center at Florence-Darlington Technical College has received a $4,796,313, five-year National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) grant award to strengthen community and technical colleges across the nation by providing guidance on NSF ATE grant funding opportunities, mentoring to develop competitive grant proposals, faculty leadership development, real-time technical assistance, an online searchable database of NSF ATE-specific resources, and structured guidance for new grantees.

  • Mentor-Connect Mentor earns spot on Fulbright Specialist roster

    One of our great Mentor-Connect mentors, Sharon Gusky, accepted a prestigious spot on the Fulbright Specialist Roster.

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    ATE Impacts features Buffy Quinn, 2019 Mentee

    In an ATE Impacts Blog article Buffy Quinn explains how Mentor-Connect helped her obtain Onondaga Community College’s  first Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grant from NSF. She also talks about the fabulous support within the ATE community, her new role with the GeoTech Center, and how lessons learned from Working Partners helped her attain a promotion to assistant dean at Onondaga.

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    Microcredential Program Ensures Workplace Success

    A new microcredential program offered by Monroe Community College (MCC) in Rochester, New York, enhances students’ skill sets with specialized training.

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