Mentoring For Stem Faculty That
Transforms Technician Education

  • 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.

  • Buffy Quinn with a quote from her story on a topographical map background

    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.

  • The New-to-ATE Two-Year STEM Faculty Mentorship Application is now Available

    The New-to-ATE Two-Year STEM Faculty Mentorship Application is now Available

    Apply to participate in Cohort 11; deadline to apply is Oct. 7, 2022
  • Webinar: NSF ATE Program Opportunities & Mentor-Connect Orientation Webinar

    Webinar: NSF ATE Program Opportunities & Mentor-Connect Orientation Webinar

    Acquire the knowledge needed to prepare competitive proposals to the NSF ATE program! This webinar features personnel from both the National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program and the Mentor-Connect program. The webinar offers an overview of both programs and of the grant proposal process. Information includes: ATE program funding options, the Mentor-Connect cohort structure, tips for grant funding success and Mentor-Connect application instructions.

  • Community College Daily features the HSI ATE Hub2: Culturally Responsive Technician Education project.

    Community College Daily Features HSI ATE Hub2

    Community College Daily features the HSI ATE Hub2: Culturally Responsive Technician Education project and implementation of asset mindset instructional practices at SUNY Westchester Community College (SUNY WCC) in a June 29 article.

  • Bridgette Kirkpatrick, professor of biotechnology and biology at Collin College in Frisco, Texas.

    Professor Praises Mentor-Connect

    Bridgette Kirkpatrick, professor of biotechnology and biology at Collin College in Frisco, Texas, uses Mentor-Connect’s free online Resource Library when she prepares grant proposals to the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education program.

  • Buffy Quinn with a quote from her story on a topographical map background
  • The New-to-ATE Two-Year STEM Faculty Mentorship Application is now Available
  • Webinar: NSF ATE Program Opportunities & Mentor-Connect Orientation Webinar
  • Community College Daily features the HSI ATE Hub2: Culturally Responsive Technician Education project.
  • Bridgette Kirkpatrick, professor of biotechnology and biology at Collin College in Frisco, Texas.

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Mentor-Connect Welcomes its Tenth Cohort of Mentees

Mentor-Connect Welcomes its Tenth Cohort of Mentees

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