Congratulations to Cohort 7 Mentees

Written by Tynisha Ferguson , on Sunday, May 17, 2020.

Grantee News

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Congratulations to Cohort 7 Mentees on their new NSF ATE funding award to support their college technician programs! We are so proud of the faculty who took part in our successful mentorship from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE), Mentor-Connect project.

 

Clackamas Community College

Clackamas Community College

This college team (DUE# 1955139) will implement the "Water and Environmental Technology Education for Rural Small Water Systems" project. Pictured from left to right are: Cynthia Risan, Technology, Applied Science & Public Services Division, Dean/Administrator; James Nurmi, Principal Investigator; Amy Cannata, Institutional Effectiveness & Planning, Grants Administrator; and Jeff Ennenga, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Chatbot-Las Positas Community College District

This college team (DUE# 2000573) will implement the "Building Biobadges Into a Traditional Biology Program to Fulfill Workforce Needs and Support Program Equity" project. Pictured from left to right are: Nan Ho, Principal Investigator and Michal Shuldman, Grant Writer. Not pictured, Darcy Ernst, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Metropolitan Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000547) will implement the "Distance Learning in Computer Integrated Machining and Manufacturing to Engage Rural Communities" project. Pictured from left to right are Tina Langston, Grant Writer; David Grady, Principal Investigator; and Jennifer Butler, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000073) will implement the "Training Technicians for Connected Technologies in Businesses and Smart Homes" project. Pictured from left to right are: Gayle Brown, Grant Writer; Brian Donegan, Co-Principal Investigator; and Robin Hayes, Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Niagara County Community College

This college team (DUE# 1954806) will implement the "Modernization of a Technical Welding Program to Better Serve Non-Traditional Students" project. Pictured from left to right are: Lydia Ulatowski, Co-Principal Investigator; Joe Schmidt, Co-Principal Investigator; Brian Michel Grant Writer; and Mark Voisinet, Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

North Georgia Technical College

This college team (DUE# 2000444) will implement the "Modernizing Agriculture Technician Education in Appalachian Northeast Georgia" project. Pictured from left to right are: Christine Ta, Grant Writer; Craig Thurmond, Horticulture Instructor; Leslie McFarlin, Administrator; and Kevin Peyton, Co-Principal Investigator. Not pictured, Wayne Randall, Principal Investigator.

 Okaholma Community College  

Oklahoma State University

This college team (DUE# 1955896) will implement the "Advancing Technology, Access, Diversity, and Inclusion Through Curriculum Redesign of the Power Plant Technology Program" project. Pictured from left to right are: Terry Hanzel, Principal Investigator, and Bob Pope, Co-Principal Investigator. Not pictured, Anna Dinsmore-Hearn, Grant Writer.

 Clackamas Community College  

SUNY Onondaga Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000086) will implement the "Integrating Unmanned Arial Vehicle Data Analysis Credentials into a Geospatial Science and Technology Degree Program" project. Pictured from left to right are: Justin Fiene, Co-Principal Investigator; Buffy Quinn, Principal Investigator; and Daria Willis, Grant Writer.

 Clackamas Community College  

Quinsigamond Community College

This college team (DUE# 1954577) will implement the "Designing and Implementing an Industry-aligned Robotics Technician Certificate Program" project. Pictured from left to right are: Hao Loi, Co-Principal Investigator and Jacob Longacre, Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

River Parishes Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000440) will implement the "Advanced Industrial Instrumentation Control Technician Education" project. Pictured from left to right are: Bruce Waguespack, Administrator; Melba Kennedy, Administrator; Esperanza Zenon, Principal Investigator; and John L. Sluder, Co-Principal Investigator. Not pictured, Ernest Carrier, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Riverside Community College  

Riverside Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000563) will implement the "Preparing Cybersecurity Technicians with the Technical and Entrepreneurial Skills Required to Work as Independent Contractors” project. Pictured from left to right are: Don “Ajene” Wilcoxson, Co-Principal Investigator; Jeannie Kim-Han, Grant Writer; and Skip Berry, Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Tulsa Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000841) will implement the "Developing an Industrial Maintenance Technician Pathway to an Advanced Technology Degree" project. Pictured from left to right are: Thomas Henderson, Principal Investigator; Barbara Waxman, Grant Writer; and Don Crall, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

Valencia Community College

This college team (DUE# 2000242) will implement the "Improving the Biotechnology Internship Experience to Better Prepare Student Technicians for the Modern Workforce" project. Pictured from left to right are: Anitza San Miguel, Co-Principal Investigator; Susan Ingersoll, Principal Investigator; and Nancy Mallison, Grant Writer. Not pictured, Dheeraj Verma, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College

 Victor Valley College

This college team (DUE# 2000462) will implement the "New Pathways and Partnerships to Prepare Highly Skilled Automotive Technicians" project. Pictured from left to right are: Harry Bennett, Jr., Principal Investigator and Steven Coultas, Co-Principal Investigator.

 Clackamas Community College  

*Moving-Up from Cohort 2 Monroe Community College

This college team (DUE# 1955256) will implement the "Meeting Workforce Needs for Skilled Geospatial Technicians through Virtual Geospatial Information Science Technology Education" project. Pictured from left to right are: Jon Little, Principal Investigator; Daniel Robertson; and Remegia Mitchell, Grant Writer.