American Technical Education Association
Register now for ATEA's 2019 National Conference "Racing Through Industry 4.0" April 3-5, hosted by Ivy Tech Community College at Crowne Plaza Union Station, Indiana.
Conference Chair, Sue Smith
Sue Smith, Ivy Tech Community College Vice President, Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering & Applied Science, invites you to attend the 2019 ATEA National Conference on Technical Education, April 3 -5, 2019 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Union Station,Indianapolis, Indiana
This premier conference will empower you to implement the current and future changes needed in technical education to address the workforce skills sets needed in the fourth industrial revolution and beyond. Industry participants and educators will leave the conference with new ideas, strategies and a certification to train and educate in these exciting times where automation, robotics, digitization, and artificial intelligence span and unite sectors and programs. The future is coming. Join us in Indianapolis and let's get to the future first!
The conference registration includes keynote speakers, a trade show, breakout sessions, industry tours, and an opening night reception at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. An unforgettable dinner will be provided at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 4th; home of the Indianapolis Colts. Sue Smith
Titan Gilroy is the CEO of TITANS of CNC. He inspires and empowers educators and industry partners to build networks that employ new ways of teaching, connecting students with workforce. You will want to send a team to hear Titan!
Wednesday April 3, 2019
James Wall,is Executive Director of Smart Automation Certification Alliance, SACA. Jim will share best practice for implementing assessments, curriculum, and acquiring equipment... all the information you need to know to become an Industry 4.0 certification site
Thursday April 4, 2019
John McDonald is the award winning CEO of ClearObject; a company named fastest growing IT company in Indiana for the past four years. McDonald works on the cutting edge of the IT sector. He will share his expertise on how to harness the data and skillsets necessary to meet the ever changing demands of the IT sector
Friday April 5, 2019
Dr. Randy Swearer, Vice President Educational Experiences, AutoDesk. Randy brings his passion for higher education leadership and strategy to address the complex global challenges on our era. He will transform the way you think of education and the workforce of the future.
Thank you Paul Perkins, President and CEO of Amatrol, Jeffersonville, Indiana
Platinum sponsor of "Racing Through Industry 4.0"
President and CEO of Amatrol, will speak at the Lucas Oil Stadium Dinner on April 4, 2019.
Paul is an ATEA Board member and recipient of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year Award for 2018
Congratulations Paul on your service and support of technical education. Thank you for being a platinum sponsor of the 56th ATEA national conference on technical education.
Award Presentation to 2019 Outstanding student, faculty, program and business
Tribute to ATEA Trustee, Dr. Harry Bowman, 1938-2018.
China Education Association International Exchange CEAIE and ATEA's
reenactment of the MOU signing on October 18, 2018 in Beijing
ATEA October and November events 2019
End to End Digitization November 7-9 hosted by Dassault Systemes, Waltham MA
Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser,( 3rd from the left) gave the keynote presentation.
L-R, Al Bunshaft SVP for Global Affairs, Dassault Systemes; Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, ATEA Executive Director; Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser; Sue Smith VP Ivy Tech Community College Indiana, School of Advanced Manufacturing and Technical Sciences and ATEA 1st VP; Mary Kaye Bredeson, Executive Director of the Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Aerospace, Everett Washington, ATEA 2nd VP; Bryan Albrecht, President and CEO Gateway Technical College, Racine/Kenosha Wisconsin, and ATEA President of the Board of Trustees
Secretary Peyser's Keynote
MOU signing in Beijing between ATEA and CEAIE October 18 2019
ATEA Executive Director, Dr. Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, presented a plenary keynote at the 2018 China Education Association for International Exchange, in Beijing October 18, 2018 and signed an MOU with the organization. There will be another signing at the 2019 ATEA national conference in Indianapolis, IN
L-R Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach, Ph.D. ATEA Executive Director Ms. Shen Xuesong, Deputy Secretary-General, CEAIE
"Racing to Success" hosted by Kansas City Kansas Community College, October 4-5
Thank Kansas City Kansas Community College for the outstanding professional development conference with tours of "state of the art" industries and keynotes from Governor Jeffery Colyer, Mayor David Avery, Kansas Board of Regent Chair, Dr. Blake Edwards and Wesley Stith, Clark Construction.
Thank you to the Kansas City Kansas Conference Committee
Left to Right back row: Alicia Hooks, Cliff Smith, Kristin Povilionis, Lori Chaffin, Charles Knapp, Carly Eastling, Sheridan Smith Front row: Paul Hancock and Rich Piper
ATEA tour at the Kansas City Kansas Speedway and Amazon Fulfillment Center
ATEA Board President, Dr. Bryan Albrecht, Kansas Governor, Jeff Colyer, and Kansas City Kansas Community College President, Dr. Greg Mosier
ATEA National Board of Trustees held their fall meeting in conjunction with the Region 5 Conference, "Racing to Success"
L-R backrow: Dr. Rich Wagner, President of Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis MN; Al Bunshaft Senior Vice President for Global Affairs Dassault Systemes Waltham MA; Dr. Bryan Albrecht, President and CEO Gateway Technical College, Racine/Kenosha WI; Ryan Purdy, President Mid-Plains Community College, North Platte NE; Dr. Mark Englert Vice President Gillette College,Gillette WY; Brooks Jacobsen Supervisor of Robotics and Electronics Lake Area Tech Watertown South Dakota
L-R front row: Dr. Sandra Gehlen Krebsbach Executive Director American Technical Education Association; Cliff Smith Associate Chief for Facility Services, Kansas City Kansas Community College; Dana Wolff, instructor of Financial Services Sioux Falls South Dakota; Dr. James Sherrard, Chair of Nuclear Programs, Three Rivers Community College, Norwich CT; Sue Smith, Vice President of Technical and Applied Science, Ivy Tech Community College, Indianapolis, IN. Attend but left prior to the photo Ken Potthoff, Deputy Director, CTECS , Atlanta Georgia
Board member Ken Potthoff attended but had to leave prior to the photo.
Board members on a conference call were: Dr. Shawn Mackey, Dr. Jon Connolly, Dr. Betty Reynard, Dr. Paul Young, Roger Tadajewski, Chelle Travis, Adirian San Miguel, Lin Zhou
Not able to be on the call were: James King, Bob Wallace, Paul Perkins, Victor Branch.
Remember the ATEA National Conference April 3-5, Indianapolis, IN
"Racing Through Industry 4.0"
ATEA AWARD nomination forms due December 4 email by midnight or postmarked December 4
Here is the program
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The photo below is of the Gateway Technical College ground breaking for expansion of SC Johnson Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Center ( iMET). The center supports education ad training for Gateway Technical College in the areas of advanced manufacturing, engineering, IIoT, industrial analytics, supply chain management, and additive manufacturing. It also hosts the Racine Engineering High School Academy.
Left to right
Ray Koukari, Gateway Technical College, Matt Kirchner, Lab Midwest ,Matt Janisin, Gateway Technical College ,Kent Powell, Amatrol, PAUL Aiello, Fanuc America, Van Wanggaard, State Senator, Dave Degrout, Mt Pleasant Village President, Alan Yeung, Foxconn, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Bryan Albrecht, Gateway Technical College, Fisk Johnson, SC Johnson and Sons, Ram Bhatia, Gateway Trustee, Michael Cook, Rockwell Automation and Andy Lobo, Snap on Tools
Racine Journal Times coverage: https://journaltimes.com/business/local/gateway-partners-mark-imet-expansion-start/article_168fce90-e099-561a-985e-b003b241cb8a.html
2019 ATEA Region 5
Dunwoody College of Technology
October 2-4, 2019
News that effects technical education
Welcome to new and renewing members!
ATEA is proud to announce the addition of new business members, supporting members, institutional members, library/media members and individual members.
Thank you Tesla for joining ATEA as a business member. We appreciate you interest in a skilled workforce and the contribution of technical education to innovation.
Thank you Dunwoody College of Technology for renewing at an ATEA System level of $5000 for 100 members.