Dunwoody College of Technology and Minneapolis-St.Paul welcome ATEA (pdf)
CONFERENCE PROGRAM (pdf)
Bill Symonds -
Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century.
Bill Symonds is the director of the Pathways to Prosperity Project, which is based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The Pathways Project was created in 2008 to find promising solutions to our national failure to prepare many young adults for success. In February, 2011, the Pathways Project released a major report summing up its research and recommendations in Washington, at an event that included keynote remarks from Education Secretary Arne Duncan and other key officials. The report is entitled, pathways to prosperity: meeting the challenge of preparing young americans for the 21st century. ATEA 2011 Keynote Presentation
Jim BrazellThe Future is Here: STEM Mainstreaming Community College Technical ProgramsJim Brazell is a technology forecaster, public speaker and strategist focusing on innovation. Between 2008 and 2010, Jim delivered over 100 speeches to audiences ranging from the 2009 inaugural NSF High Impact Technology Exchange Conference -- Educating America’s Technical Workforce to the 2008 and 2009, International Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation on energy policy in Norway and solutions to the financial crisis in Portugal. Jim has keynoted and been a spot light speaker at conferences for community colleges including: the 25th Annual Career Conference, National Council on Workforce Education, and the Community College Futures Assembly. To learn more about Jim Brazell please visit www.jimbrazell.com.
Rachel LundRachel Lund is the owner of Motiv84All, a professional speaking and leadership business, and a principal instructor at Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis, Minn. She has had the opportunity to speak in Russia, Mexico, Belarus, Puerto Rico and around the United States. She was named Women of the Yearundefined2010, by the National Association of Professional Women. She was also named one of the eleven Women of Distinction and Master Presenter - 2010 at the National Institution for Staff and Organizational Development by the University of Austin-Texas. Rachel recently retired from the position of City Commissioner, Brooklyn Center, Minn., Planning and Zoning which she held for the past six years.
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