1 Science, Engineering, &Technology (SET) Muhammad Kehnemouyi Interim Dean
2 Engineering Program Largest Transfer Program in the Country Encompasses Eleven Disciplines: Aerospace, Bioengineering, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Fire Protection, Mechanical, Nuclear, Materials Engineering, and General Over 1,500 students in program up from 1,124 five years ago
3 Total Number of Students Enrollment History of Engineering Transfer Program Academic Year
4 Computer Science and Information system Enrollment Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fully online program this coming Fall Cybersecurity and Networking Program the cybersecurity declared majors (AAS) as of Fall 2014 is 234.
5 Cybersecurity Enrollments Cybersecurity Enrollments FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 This data is taken from those courses which are required for the degrees and certificates: NWIT 127 Microcomputer Essentials NWIT 151 Introduction to Networking NWIT 173 Network Security NWIT 203 Microsoft Windows Server NWIT 245 Hardening the Infrastructure NWIT 246 Network Defense and Counter Measures NWIT 290 Information Security Capstone NWIT 252 Cisco Networking 2 NWIT 253 Cisco Networking 3 NWIT 254 Cisco Networking 4 NWIT 261 Managfing Network Security I NWIT 263 Introduction to Digital Forensics NWIT 275 Wireless Security
6 Engineering Majors Declared for Fall
8 Fall 2012 Transfers to UMCP Major Number of Students Aerospace Engineering 3 Computer Engineering 2 Chemical Engineering 8 Civil Engineering 4 Electrical Engineering 20 Fire Protection Engineering 1 Mechanical Engineering 27 Total number of transfers from MC 65 There were 29 transfers to UMCP in Spring This makes a total of 94 engineering transfers to UMCP for AY % of the junior-senior engineering students at UMCP are MC alumni.
9 Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Graduates with B.S. Community College Transfer Students 44% Native students 56%
10 Nationally, 44% of all engineering undergraduates start at community colleges Flexible curricula and programs Responsive to students Strong advising components Small class size Flexible schedules: Classes taught daytime, evening, and summer Affordable tuition and scholarships available through MC Foundation and NSF SSTEM Grants. Connected to the community (internships, mentors, HS partnerships, etc.)
11 New techniques: how to teach, ongoing assessment of learning, how to stop lecturing at the board and engage students Teaching Innovations Inquiry-based teaching and learning Designing inquiry-based activities for gateway courses
12 Student groups solving problems together on white boards
15 over 140 per Yr Transfer to the Top 20 Engineering Schools! MIT (11 so far), G.W (18 so far) Scholarship, Georgia Tech(56 so far) RPI (18, most on Full or Partial Scholarship) Plus: UMCP (>95per year) MC Presidential Scholar 3 of the last 5 awarded at Rockville Departmental Awards: Frank Verwiebe Award / Clifford Beck Award Rensselaer Transfer Award Donald Day and Karen Gruner transfer Scholarship
16 Joseph Kim, Fabien Durand, Shruti Mistry, Luis Gongales, Hyeon-Hui Cho, & Michael Varghese
17 Department of Education Grants Mobil Classroom Grant FIPSE Grant
18 CNC Router by Techno- Isel Dimension Elite 3D Printer
19 Hardware used in the digital lab: 1.Tektronix DMM4040 (6-1/2 Digital Precision Multimeter). 2.Tektronix AFG3021B Single Channel Function Generator. 3. Tektronix MSO2014 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope. 4. BK precision Triple Output Digital Power Supply Altera DE2-115 FPGA development board The equipment used in our circuit laboratory will provide students hands on experience on testing, measuring and programming of their digital circuits.
20 NIST SURF Program NSF / SRC RISE (UMCP) Haystack Observatory (MIT) Engineering Club WEST Club Robotics Club IEEE MC Student Branch EWB Engineers Without Borders
23 IEEE Regions 1&2 Student Activities Conference At the competition, MC s robot, McBot, was able to make its way around the center of the maze (shown to the left), which was unknown to it before the day of the competition MC was one of fifteen (15) colleges and Universities, including schools like Drexel University, Pennsylvania State University and Ohio, University that participated in this competition. MC was also the only two-year college among the twenty-nine (29) schools present at the conference.
24 MC Students Win Science Observation Award at National Student Solar Spectrograph Competition Above: Some preliminary solar data taken with the student built spectrometer. The dark lines visible in the spectrum are the Fraunhofer lines. Shop Manager Bill Schuster and student Michael Satinu machining the spectrometer box. Students Yoseph Feseha and Lampouguin Douti work on aligning the spectrometer optics. Left: Student Michael Satinu machines a piece for the sspectrometer. Montgomery College student team Lampouguin Yenkoidiok Douti, Yoseph Feseha, Michael Satinu, John Silk along with their faculty advisors, Dr. Carrie Fitzgerald and Dr. Ryan Fitzgerald won the Science Observations award, one of four awards in the National Student Solar Spectrograph Competition! This was a national competition where students competed not only against students at four-year universities, but also students who used this competition as part of their senior research projects. The judges noted the professionalism and knowledge of our team members, and, in particular, the rigor displayed in relating the spectrograph design to a scientific mission. Each of the students will receive a $3,000 scholarship and travel to the NASA IRIS launch. the Montgomery College Foundation provided the funds that allowed our students to travel to Montana.
25 Ngan Le, a bioengineering student, with the guidance of her research advisor and mentor, Dr. Eugene Li, studied the raindrop problem. Her research focused on the effect of external forces on a raindrops motion. Ngan s research resulted in a paper and presentations at three conferences the Joint Mathematics Meetings, the Beacon Conference at Northampton Community College and the American Association of Physics Teachers Conference
26 Eight students and a faculty member, Professor David Bern, from the Montgomery College Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) participated in the 2013 IEEE Student Activities Conference. The students participated in the First Energy s Project Showcase, the Ethics Competition and the Micromouse Competition.
27 U.S. Department of Energy Community College Internship Program EAS Mid-Atlantic - Civil Engineering NASA Internship Programs National Institutes of Health (NIH) Summer Internship Program Naval Research Enterprise Internship Programs
28 Saturday Academy Every Saturday, from October 19 th to Nov 23 rd, fifty students from several MCPS, including Rosa Parks, E. Brooke Lee, Montgomery Village, Neelsville and Argyle Middle Schools attend a STEM enrichment program known as Saturday Academy, hosted by Montgomery College Engineering Department, through a partnership with the DC chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority, Howard University and STEM Academy.
29 Source: PayScale College Salary Report Methodology Annual pay for bachelor's degree graduates without higher degrees. Typical early career salaries have zero to five years of experience; mid-career graduates have 10 or more years.
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