The College of Southern Maryland. WOMEN & STEM programs Dr. Brad Gottfried, President

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "The College of Southern Maryland. WOMEN & STEM programs Dr. Brad Gottfried, President"

Transcription

1 The College of Southern Maryland WOMEN & STEM programs Dr. Brad Gottfried, President Bernice Brezina, Professor, Business & Technology Shadei Jones, Pre-Engineering Coordinator

2 THE CSM VISION Transforming Southern Maryland through service and lifelong learning

3 WALKING THE TALK Andrea Ronaldi- Chair of Math & Physical Sciences Division Bernice Brezina- Robotics Coordinator Wendy Hume- Cybersecurity Coordinator Sandy Poinsette- NSF Grant/STEM Scholars Coordinator Shadei Jones- Pre-Engineering Coordinator

4 The College of Southern Maryland CURRICULUM

5 STEM Education at CSM Arts and Sciences: Applied Sciences Biological Sciences Biotechnology Mathematics/Physical Sciences Pre-Engineering Computer Electrical Mechanical Engineering Technology Drafting Electronics Manufacturing Environmental Studies Information Services Technology Information Services Technology MCSE Web Developer Information Systems Security Mechatronics Technology: Robotics Nuclear Engineering Technology Electrical Instrumentation and Control Mechanical

6 MECHATRONICS = ROBOTICS Robotics Certificate Robotics Letter of Recognition

7 The College of Southern Maryland PROGRAMS FOR CSM STUDENTS

8 STEM Scholarships Please visit /scholarships.html for CSM s STEM scholarships.

9 STEM SCHOLARSHIPS Chiaramonte Hope Scholarship Energetics Scholarship International System Safety Society National Science Foundation SMECO Future Engineers Scholarship The Patuxent Partnership Engineering Scholarship Wigberto Martinez Scholarship William D. Bauer Memorial Scholarship

10 CSM STEM Scholars Funding from the National Science Foundation Scholarships to CSM students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM). Objective: Provide educational opportunities to financially needy and academically talented students through scholarships that promote full-time enrollment and degree achievement. Provides a learning community Support through twice monthly activities that include guest speakers and field trips Tutoring, mentoring, and professional guidance

11 CSM STEM Scholars Fourth year of the program Over 75 students to date Two of our former STEM scholars who have moved onto four year colleges

12 Women In STEM Club Faculty Advisor: Sandy Poinsett

13 College Robotics CSM Talons Team Provide technical expertise for robotics outreach programs Refereeing, Judging, Scorekeeping, & Match Control Assist teams in troubleshooting during VRC league sessions and championship Volunteer at the State Championship Host Scrimmages & workshops for middle school, high school, and college teams College Robotics Challenge, Feb. 6, 2015 Regional Championship (tentative) Robotics Club Volunteer for Robotics Outreach programs

14 College Robotics Awards VEX U Toss UP Programming & Robot Skills Finalist, VEX U World Championship 2014 VEX Online Challenge Finalist, STEM Educational Video 2/7/14, Judges Award, CSM VEX U Challenge 11/9/13, Excellence Award, Tournament Finalist, Purdue VEX U Fall Challenge VEX Sack Attack Programming Skills Finalist, VEX U World Championship 2/15/13, Tournament Champion, CSM Winter Robotics Challenge - Collegiate Division 1/26/13, Tournament Champion & Excellence Award, Purdue Robotics Challenge 11/3/12, Tournament Champion, CSM Fall Robotics Challenge - Collegiate Division VEX Gateway 11/18/11, Tournament Champion, VEX Collegiate Challenge, California, PA 14

15 Night of Engineering JOIN US! Wednesday November 12, :30 PM Leonardtown Campus Auditorium Building A Shadei Jones, Pre-Engineering Coordinator

16 The College of Southern Maryland COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

17 Women and Math All Day workshop Work with successful women Emphasize careers that draw heavily on math: health science, computer science, architecture, engineering, physics, meteorology and cyber security. Workshops One-on-ones with women in their fields of interest Hands-on workshops Career panel discussion Keynote address

18 Women and Math This year s event is scheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2015, at the La Plata campus of CSM

19 Pretty Brilliant Reminding girls that they aren t just pretty but they are PRETTY BRILLIANT One day program Exposes girls to STEM career opportunities Let s them know that they have what it takes to pursue a career in the STEM field May 23, 2014 Open to girls in grades 9-12

20 Engineer Like A Girl One week summer program Increases awareness and familiarizes high school girls in Southern Maryland with career opportunities in the field of engineering Objective = Eradicate the negative stereotypes commonly associated with women s ability to pursue careers in math and science related fields Monday July 27-Friday July 31, 2015

21 CSM has taken the pledge! Join Million Women Mentors Increase the interest and confidence of girls and young women to persist and succeed in STEM programs and careers through mentoring

22 Destination College Fifth grade visits Title I Schools Encourage more students to attend college STEM orientation College acceptance

23 CSM Robotics Outreach Programs October 1, 2014, WAG STEM Information Exchange Bernice Brezina, Professor Industrial Studies 23

24 CSM Robotics Outreach Programs CSM Hosts Championship Events for Southern Maryland Students (Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary s Counties) Elementary School Middle School High School College Division 24

25 Elementary & Middle School CSM LEGO Robotics Challenge 48 teams No registration or entry fee for teams Challenge Kits provided to over 90 teams NEW THIS YEAR: Teams will first play in qualifier competitions hosted by the schools. 15 teams from each county and 3 non-public school teams will advance to the CSM Championship Championship Competition, April 11,

26 Elementary & Middle School FIRST LEGO League (FLL) & Junior FLL Qualifier Tournament 16 FLL Teams Grades 3-8 NEW THIS YEAR: 5 Jr. FLL teams Grades K-3 Qualifier Tournament, Dec. 6, 2015 at Leonardtown Campus 26

27 Elementary & Middle School VEX IQ Challenge Competition was introduced last year 16 teams Team Registration Fee Paid, no entry fee for teams Game Object Kits provided to teams Qualifier Tournament, Jan. 24,

28 Middle School and High School VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) Leagues NEW THIS YEAR: Separate leagues for both middle and high school teams Middle School, 19 teams, largest MS league in the state High School, 34 teams Team Registration Fees paid, no entry fees CSM manages the Southern MD VEX Leagues, MS & HS Divisions Teams play November January in qualifier tournaments at host schools to determine rankings. Championship Tournament, Feb. 7,

29 Participation No. of Teams No. of Students Grade Level CSM LEGO Championship, 4/5/ Elem. - Middle CSM VEX IQ,2/8/14 (first year) Elem. - Middle CSM Southern MD VEX (VRC) League - 3 League Play Sessions & 2/8/14 Championship - Middle School Qualifier, 1/25/ Middle - High CSM VEX U Collegiate Robotics, 2/7/ College CSM Talons Robotics Team 1 9 College CSM Talons Robotics Club n/a 24 College CSM FLL Qualifier Tournament, 12/7/ Elem. - Middle TOTAL

30 STEM SPONSORS Game kits for teams VRC and VEX IQ team registration fees Trophies, medals, and prizes Competition fields, game pieces, and electronics to host events Breakfast & lunch for volunteers 30 and many more

31 Volunteer Opportunities VOLUNTEER SIGNUP FORM: 31

32 more information on our STEM

33 The College of Southern Maryland WOMEN & STEM programs Dr. Brad Gottfried, President Bernice Brezina, Professor, Business & Technology Shadei Jones, Pre-Engineering Coordinator

Background. Require more than HS Diploma but less than a graduate degree

Background. Require more than HS Diploma but less than a graduate degree Background Northern VA faces a critical shortage of scientists, engineers and technicians NOVA region continues to be an employment center over the next 10 years Mid-tier jobs will account for more than

More information

Northrop Grumman Corporation STEM Support

Northrop Grumman Corporation STEM Support Northrop Grumman Corporation STEM Support Scott Stewart Northrop Grumman's Corporate Lead Executive for NAVAIRSYSCOM scott.stewart@ngc.com Northrop Grumman s STEM Vision Northrop Grumman recognizes the

More information

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics Program FAQ A partnership of the Y of Central Maryland and City Schools

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics Program FAQ A partnership of the Y of Central Maryland and City Schools What is FLL Robotics? FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics brings science theory and engineering practices together in a revolutionary program where inquiry and hands-on experimentation are encouraged. Kids

More information

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre Multi-Purpose Room June 1-2, 2015

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre Multi-Purpose Room June 1-2, 2015 Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) We are pleased to bring you this exciting workshop series on Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). In 1996, the National Sciences

More information

STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES

STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES The principal objectives of the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers (LACBPE) shall be to endeavor to enhance the educational and employment opportunities of minority

More information

Northrop Grumman. Foundation. Annual Report

Northrop Grumman. Foundation. Annual Report 2014 Northrop Grumman Foundation Annual Report A Message From the President On behalf of the Northrop Grumman Foundation and its Board of Directors, it is my pleasure to present our 2014 annual report.

More information

Competition is the whetstone of talent - Traditional proverb. Presented by Rick Tyler NW Regional Manager, RECF

Competition is the whetstone of talent - Traditional proverb. Presented by Rick Tyler NW Regional Manager, RECF Competition is the whetstone of talent - Traditional proverb Presented by Rick Tyler NW Regional Manager, RECF RECF and VEX Robotics The Robotics Education and Competition Foundation (RECF) is a 501(c)(3)

More information

Washington, DC - Tentative Competitive Events Schedule 2014

Washington, DC - Tentative Competitive Events Schedule 2014 Middle School Agriculture and Biotechnology Design Career Prep Saturday, June 28, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Submit materials National Harbor 1 Monday, June 30, 1:00 PM Semifinalists report for interview time National

More information

Student Extracurricular Opportunities List All dates are approximate and likely out of date! Please check websites for exact information

Student Extracurricular Opportunities List All dates are approximate and likely out of date! Please check websites for exact information Student Extracurricular Opportunities List All dates are approximate and likely out of date! Please check websites for exact information (click to follow) Seminars and personal field trips... 3 UPMC Hamot

More information

From K-12 Engineering Outreach to Community Engagement A Roadmap

From K-12 Engineering Outreach to Community Engagement A Roadmap From K-12 Engineering Outreach to Community Engagement A Roadmap Tanja Karp Toby Klameth Electrical and Computer Engineering J.T. Hutchinson Middle School Texas Tech University Lubbock ISD Richard Gale

More information

STEMM Programs: Next Steps Daniel J. Meixner, President Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School Dayton, Ohio

STEMM Programs: Next Steps Daniel J. Meixner, President Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School Dayton, Ohio STEMM Programs: Next Steps Daniel J. Meixner, President Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School Dayton, Ohio Our Model: CJ STEMM attempts to foster literacy in STEMM subjects, exposure to STEMM careers,

More information

Kerry Kidwell-Slak and Kate Phelps Assistant Directors, Professional Practice UMBC Shriver Center

Kerry Kidwell-Slak and Kate Phelps Assistant Directors, Professional Practice UMBC Shriver Center Kerry Kidwell-Slak and Kate Phelps Assistant Directors, Professional Practice UMBC Shriver Center } Science: Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Environmental, Physics, Psychology, Atmospheric Sciences

More information

The Changing Face of Virginia Higher Education

The Changing Face of Virginia Higher Education The Changing Face of Virginia Higher Education Ángel Cabrera, President George Mason University Bob Templin, President Northern Virginia Community College 625,000 more people will be living in Virginia

More information

TOPKIDS. Arcadia. Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math

TOPKIDS. Arcadia. Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math TOPKIDS www. TOPKIDS.com (626) 359-2000 Arcadia Center ( 526 W. Huntington Dr., Monrovia, CA 91016) Arcadia Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math Reading - Writing - Math Common Core Pre-Learn

More information

Securing Networks, Securing Futures

Securing Networks, Securing Futures CP_08_20150414 CyberPatriot is the premier national youth cyber education The National Youth Cyber Education Program program created to inspire high school and middle school students toward careers in

More information

The National Society of Black Engineers 40 Years of Excellence. Karl W. Reid, Ed.D. Executive Director

The National Society of Black Engineers 40 Years of Excellence. Karl W. Reid, Ed.D. Executive Director The National Society of Black Engineers 40 Years of Excellence Karl W. Reid, Ed.D. Executive Director Outline Introduction Our pipeline, our challenge What is NSBE doing to address the challenge? Partnership

More information

From Community College to 4-yr Institution: Assisting Underrepresented Ethnic STEM Students in Making the Transition

From Community College to 4-yr Institution: Assisting Underrepresented Ethnic STEM Students in Making the Transition From Community College to 4-yr Institution: Assisting Underrepresented Ethnic STEM Students in Making the Transition Maia Randle, Ph.D., Columbus State Community College Kenneth Simonson, B.A., University

More information

National Instruments Investments in School, University & Community Outreach Programs

National Instruments Investments in School, University & Community Outreach Programs National Instruments Investments in School, University & Community Outreach Programs As an engineering company, National Instruments is uniquely positioned to advance engineering and science education

More information

Report Regarding College Readiness Activities. October 2015

Report Regarding College Readiness Activities. October 2015 Report Regarding College Readiness Activities October 2015 Planning for Higher Education Senior Parent Nights September 14, 2015 Nikki Rowe HS September 15, 2015 Memorial HS, Achieve ECHS & IB/Lamar September

More information

ADVANCing Women in STEM at Florida International University. Caroline Simpson Assoc. Professor Dept. of Physics

ADVANCing Women in STEM at Florida International University. Caroline Simpson Assoc. Professor Dept. of Physics ADVANCing Women in STEM at Florida International University Caroline Simpson Assoc. Professor Dept. of Physics About FIU Large urban public research university located in Miami, FL. Founded in 1965 4th

More information

STEM in the Classroom and Beyond Kansas City Region July 31, 2015 Laura Loyacono, Executive Director

STEM in the Classroom and Beyond Kansas City Region July 31, 2015 Laura Loyacono, Executive Director STEM in the Classroom and Beyond Kansas City Region July 31, 2015 Laura Loyacono, Executive Director KC STEM Alliance Source: KC STEM Alliance Source: KC STEM Alliance By 2018, a larger percentage of jobs

More information

CIRC/METS: A Scholarship Program To Assist Engineering Transfer Students To Graduate And To Attain A Graduate Degree

CIRC/METS: A Scholarship Program To Assist Engineering Transfer Students To Graduate And To Attain A Graduate Degree CIRC/METS: A Scholarship Program To Assist Engineering Transfer Students To Graduate And To Attain A Graduate Degree Mary R. Anderson-Rowland 1, Donna M. Zerby 2, and Paul C. Johnson 3 Abstract The CIRC/METS

More information

NSF S-STEM Scholarship Grant for Engineering and Applied Technology Majors to Increase Enrollment and Retention

NSF S-STEM Scholarship Grant for Engineering and Applied Technology Majors to Increase Enrollment and Retention Paper ID #10662 NSF SSTEM Scholarship Grant for Engineering and Applied Technology Majors to Increase Enrollment and Retention Dr. Kenan Baltaci, University of Wisconsin, Stout Kenan Baltaci is an Assistant

More information

Igniting young minds. Teaching life skills. Practicing Gracious Professionalism. FOR INSPIRATION AND RECOGNITION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Igniting young minds. Teaching life skills. Practicing Gracious Professionalism. FOR INSPIRATION AND RECOGNITION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization) Igniting young minds. Teaching life skills. Nurturing passions for science and technology. Practicing Gracious Professionalism. Introductions Mark Edelman / Jill

More information

45.2% 51.3% 51.2% 50.9% Board of Education. FY2012 Actual FY2013 Adopted FY2014 Adopted. FY2012 Actual FY2013 Adopted FY2014 Adopted

45.2% 51.3% 51.2% 50.9% Board of Education. FY2012 Actual FY2013 Adopted FY2014 Adopted. FY2012 Actual FY2013 Adopted FY2014 Adopted Summary Fringe Benefits $156,851 $288,300 $336,300 $268,400 ($19,900) -6.9% Operating Costs 112,997 241,800 255,800 255,800 14,000 5.8% Agency Funding 156,668,900 166,380,000 191,437,200 172,071,100 5,691,100

More information

Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools

Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools 2015 SUMMER CAMP In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is

More information

Memphis School of Excellence

Memphis School of Excellence Memphis School of Excellence Tuition-Free Exemplary College Preparatory School Excellence & Equity in Science & Education www.sememphis.org Mission: The mission of the Memphis School of Excellence (MSE)

More information

Courtney Pinnell. Dr. Can (John) Saygin. Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering http://www.depts.ttu.edu/coe/stem/gear/

Courtney Pinnell. Dr. Can (John) Saygin. Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering http://www.depts.ttu.edu/coe/stem/gear/ How to Start a LEGO MINDSTORMS Robotics Program for Elementary and Middle School Students Jointly Presented by The University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas Tech University Dr. Can (John) Saygin College

More information

Diversity Plan. College of Engineering

Diversity Plan. College of Engineering Diversity Plan College of Engineering Date Original Plan Completed Here (Format: March 18, 2005) Date of Most Recent Revision Here (Format: November 1, 2011) Page 1 Table of Contents Diversity Committee

More information

Region 2 K-12 STEM Activity Report. Prepared by Joseph F. Burns. Date: Feb 22, 2014 Galloway, NJ

Region 2 K-12 STEM Activity Report. Prepared by Joseph F. Burns. Date: Feb 22, 2014 Galloway, NJ Region 2 K-12 STEM Activity Report Prepared by Joseph F. Burns Date: Feb 22, 2014 Galloway, NJ K-12 STEM This report contains an update on the Region 2 K-12 STEM activities by Section. In calendar year

More information

LAB NOTES. February 6, 2015 BCPS IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS

LAB NOTES. February 6, 2015 BCPS IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS Steve Buettner, Principal Phone 410-887-7800 LAB NOTES February 6, 2015 Joanne Chapline, Assistant Principal Fax 410-887-7804 BCPS IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS Focused on Success For Each Student February

More information

Environmental Science/ Environmental Geology M. S.

Environmental Science/ Environmental Geology M. S. Environmental Science/ Environmental Geology M. S. Program Learning Goals Obtain advanced knowledge in geoscience and environmental science Upon graduation: have acquired advanced knowledge in earth sciences,

More information

Southern University and A&M College Office of Academic Affairs Gears Up for Summer Youth Camps

Southern University and A&M College Office of Academic Affairs Gears Up for Summer Youth Camps Southern University and A&M College Office of Academic Affairs Gears Up for Summer Youth Camps Parents, are you searching for exciting activities for your children this summer? Look no further!! Southern

More information

Advising Engineering

Advising Engineering ADVISING ENGINEERING Getting students interested Guiding students to college It is important for teachers, advisors and school counselors to know how to get students interested in engineering and be able

More information

Willkommen! Welcome! 2015 Fulbright Educational Experts Seminar German delegation. May 4, 2015

Willkommen! Welcome! 2015 Fulbright Educational Experts Seminar German delegation. May 4, 2015 Willkommen! Welcome! 2015 Fulbright Educational Experts Seminar German delegation May 4, 2015 St. Petersburg Collegiate High School (SPCHS) German Fulbright Delegation Starla Metz, Principal and Ian Call,

More information

QUICK FACTS. Entrepreneurs are transforming our world.

QUICK FACTS. Entrepreneurs are transforming our world. QUICK FACTS Entrepreneurs are transforming our world. Why was the Wade Institute created? The Wade Institute has been founded to create and empower the next generation of audacious entrepreneurs who want

More information

We have a passion for. Learning Service & Involvement Creativity & Innovation Academic Excellence Dignity & Respect Integrity

We have a passion for. Learning Service & Involvement Creativity & Innovation Academic Excellence Dignity & Respect Integrity 2015 NEXT EXIT We have a passion for Learning Service & Involvement Creativity & Innovation Academic Excellence Dignity & Respect Integrity 3-U.S. Professors of the Year and 4-Texas Professors of the Year

More information

Welcome to the 4 th Annual Jacksonville Science Festival Presented by The Foundation Academy. 2016 Host Sites:

Welcome to the 4 th Annual Jacksonville Science Festival Presented by The Foundation Academy. 2016 Host Sites: promoting equity and justice in education Welcome to the 4 th Annual Jacksonville Science Festival Presented by The Foundation Academy 2016 Host Sites: University of North Florida Thursday & Friday, February

More information

College Awareness: Involving Alumni from your High School

College Awareness: Involving Alumni from your High School Why does it matter? Alumni from your high school help current students see someone like them who is successful in college or career. Students relate to recent grads Involving alumni also keeps the alumni

More information

elcome Future Engineers!

elcome Future Engineers! W elcome Future Engineers! The College of Engineering is an integral part of the learner-centered community at North Carolina A&T State University, and for many years we have been the leading producer

More information

Sustainable Energy Education Program

Sustainable Energy Education Program Sustainable Energy Education Program Sustainable Energy Education Program The goal of this program is to develop a sustainable energy economy through energy education and job training. Sustainable Energy

More information

Computer Science - What Can High School Students Be Doing?

Computer Science - What Can High School Students Be Doing? Computer Science - What Can High School Students Be Doing? In School Identify Interest Inspire By Photographer not credited. (Period postcard) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Teach But You canʼt

More information

WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF CYBERJUTSU SPONSORSHIP OVERVIEW 2015. 2015 Women s Society of Cyberjutsu

WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF CYBERJUTSU SPONSORSHIP OVERVIEW 2015. 2015 Women s Society of Cyberjutsu WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF CYBERJUTSU SPONSORSHIP OVERVIEW 2015 ABOUT WOMEN S SOCIETY OF CYBERJUTSU Women s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC), is a 501(c)3 organization serving hundreds of women across the globe by

More information

2015-2016. program. manual. Elementary School. More resources at 1

2015-2016. program. manual. Elementary School. More resources at 1 2015-2016 program manual Elementary School More resources at 1 Table of Contents Welcome... 3 Benefits of Membership... 4 Membership Fees... 6 Tournaments Procedures and Rules... 7 Division Guidelines...

More information

STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES MONTHLY BULLETIN APRIL 2010 SCHOLARSHIPS

STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES MONTHLY BULLETIN APRIL 2010 SCHOLARSHIPS STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES MONTHLY BULLETIN APRIL 2010 SCHOLARSHIPS 1. AEMP Foundation Scholarships Do you enjoy taking things apart and problem-solving to put them back together? If so, then you might

More information

Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program 2016 Online Application Instructions

Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program 2016 Online Application Instructions Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program 2016 Online Application Instructions Thank you for your interest in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Education

More information

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS VERSION #2.0. torch@nsbe.org 0

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS VERSION #2.0. torch@nsbe.org 0 VERSION #2.0 torch@nsbe.org 0 TORCH Month Toolkit August 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS... 1 T.O.R.C.H. Overview... 2 TORCH Month Objectives... 2 TORCH Quick Start Tips... 2 Chapter Highlights...

More information

FACULTY DATA SHEET. Instruction Virginia Tech M.A. Ed. Curriculum and 1987 Instruction University of West Florida.

FACULTY DATA SHEET. Instruction Virginia Tech M.A. Ed. Curriculum and 1987 Instruction University of West Florida. FACULTY DATA SHEET Name: Valerie N. Morphew, Ed.D. Title: Associate Professor of Education Area of Specialization: Computer Education, Science Education Appointment Date: August 2000 Academic Degrees Institution

More information

THE RIPPLE EFFECT of the UCI Math Educational Outreach. Alessandra Pantano University of California, Irvine

THE RIPPLE EFFECT of the UCI Math Educational Outreach. Alessandra Pantano University of California, Irvine THE RIPPLE EFFECT of the UCI Math Educational Outreach Alessandra Pantano University of California, Irvine UCI Math CEO: Community Educational Outreach Founded in 2012, with support of a Dolciani grant

More information

Aftercare Enrichment Programs, Spring 2015

Aftercare Enrichment Programs, Spring 2015 Aftercare Enrichment Programs, Spring 2015 Dear parents, We are offering several enrichment classes through St. Peter Aftercare in the spring session of 2015. Please see the attached sheets for specifics

More information

Polk State Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School (COL) School Improvement Plan (SIP) 2014-2015

Polk State Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School (COL) School Improvement Plan (SIP) 2014-2015 Polk State Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School (COL) School Improvement Plan (SIP) 2014-2015 School Information School Name: Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School Principal: Bridget Fetter SAC Chair:

More information

Engineering Our Future New Jersey: Guidance Counselors Mission Critical

Engineering Our Future New Jersey: Guidance Counselors Mission Critical Engineering Our Future New Jersey: Guidance Counselors Mission Critical Dawna Schultz, Stevens Institute of Technology Susan Metz, Stevens Institute of Technology Susan Lowes, Columbia University Beth

More information

Organization: CPEP Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program. Program Contact: Mr. Noah Ratzan Senior Programs Manager

Organization: CPEP Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program. Program Contact: Mr. Noah Ratzan Senior Programs Manager Organization: CPEP Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program Program Contact: Mr. Noah Ratzan Senior Programs Manager Internship title or position: Summer Program Assistant Manager Job description and goals

More information

Introduction. Part of a National Network

Introduction. Part of a National Network Introduction Creative Encounters with Science is a not-for-profit organization with the mandate of providing a fun, safe, non-discriminatory, and stimulating environment that inspires young people to explore

More information

Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor

Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor Putting the College Process into Perspective The primary focus of your early

More information

STEM Program Planning Tool

STEM Program Planning Tool A project of the California AfterSchool Network and the California STEM Learning Network made possible with the generous support of the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, the Noyce Foundation, and the Samueli

More information

PREPARING FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

PREPARING FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL PREPARING FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL A College/Career Preparation Checklist Produced by the Winter Haven Academic Booster Club To complete online visit www.whhsabc.com WELCOME TO WINTER HAVEN! The Winter

More information

ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED Apply early at excel.ucf.edu. UCF Stands for Opportunity

ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED Apply early at excel.ucf.edu. UCF Stands for Opportunity In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED Apply early at excel.ucf.edu. UCF Stands for Opportunity A Message from the Program Director Dear Prospective Student, The EXCEL

More information

The Lion s Pride Project Summer Youth Leadership Summit June 11-13, 2014

The Lion s Pride Project Summer Youth Leadership Summit June 11-13, 2014 Summer Youth Leadership Summit June 11-13, 2014 To assist high school students who possess an affinity for helping others and who demonstrate exceptional leadership skills to develop a deeper understanding

More information

RoboZone FIRSTBadges.org Common Application

RoboZone FIRSTBadges.org Common Application Briefly describe the impact of the FIRST program on team participants with special emphasis on the current season and the preceding two to five years Students earned internships before high school graduation,

More information

RESEARCHING AND CHOOSING A SCHOOL

RESEARCHING AND CHOOSING A SCHOOL RESEARCHING AND CHOOSING A SCHOOL This section is to help you determine what school best suits your learning style and training needs. It is your responsibility to investigate all of the available courses

More information

The Accelerated Master s Degree in Psychology

The Accelerated Master s Degree in Psychology The Accelerated Master s Degree in Psychology Revised: September 21, 2012 Page 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS BASIC INFORMATION Overview and Timeline... 3 Reasons to Pursue the AMP... 3 Application Process... 3 Department

More information

IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS 2015-2016

IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS 2015-2016 Fall 2015 August 4, Tuesday August 26, Wednesday IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS 2015-2016 Fall 2015 payment due. New transfer student check-in and orientation. Opening day for new students. New student check-in

More information

Houston Prefreshman Enrichment Program (Houston PREP)

Houston Prefreshman Enrichment Program (Houston PREP) Houston Prefreshman Enrichment Program (Houston PREP) WHAT? Houston PREP is an intensive pre-college Mathematics based summer program which stresses the development of abstract reasoning and problem solving

More information

College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students

College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students IN STATE: UCLA Summer Scholars http://www.summer.ucla.edu/financialaid/hsscholarship.cfm 4/1/2013 A limited number of full and partial scholarships

More information

Penn Engineering Diversity Plan

Penn Engineering Diversity Plan Penn Engineering Diversity Plan May 31, 2012 1 Introduction Penn Engineering remains strongly committed to initiatives that support the University s efforts to achieve an educational and employment environment

More information

Missy Bender, Plano ISD Trustee

Missy Bender, Plano ISD Trustee Missy Bender, Plano ISD Trustee Missy Bender was elected to the Plano ISD Board of Trustees in May 2006 and re-elected in 2009. She is serving her third year as Secretary of the Board. Ms. Bender is the

More information

BARBARA R. ALLEN, Dean

BARBARA R. ALLEN, Dean 1 THE COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES BARBARA R. ALLEN, Dean THE COLLEGE of GENERAL STUDIES offers a baccalaureate and associate degree in General Studies for students who desire a plan of study not found in

More information

Sociology Department Faculty Expectations Handbook For Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure

Sociology Department Faculty Expectations Handbook For Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Sociology Department Faculty Expectations Handbook For Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Department of Sociology Fayetteville State University Version Monday, January 8, 2009 1 DEPARTMENT

More information

CREDIT NURSING PROGRAMS

CREDIT NURSING PROGRAMS COLLEGE of SOUTHERN MARYLAND CREDIT NURSING PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS BOOKLET TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information 3 Accreditation 4 Required Courses 5 Admission Requirements for 8 PN and ADN Clinical Programs

More information

Executive Summary and Recommendations

Executive Summary and Recommendations Executive Summary and Recommendations To download a free copy of the complete report, go to www.aauw.org/learn/research/whysofew.cfm. Executive Summary Women have made tremendous progress in education

More information

8 TH GRADE PARENT COLLEGE INFORMATION PROGRAM

8 TH GRADE PARENT COLLEGE INFORMATION PROGRAM 8 TH GRADE PARENT COLLEGE INFORMATION PROGRAM Amy Skinner, MJHS Counselor Pam Tackett, MHS Counselor, Grades 9-10 Amanda Leszczuk, MHS Counselor, Grades 11 12 LEARNING TARGETS 1. Familiarize yourself with

More information

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION Office of Outreach and Grants Management College Preparation Intervention Program (CPIP) FY2015 Award Abstracts Project Period: June 12, 2015 June 30, 2016 Johns Hopkins

More information

Running Start. Educational Planning Workbook

Running Start. Educational Planning Workbook Running Start Educational Planning Workbook Updated 4/11 Page 1 Running Start 1600 Chester Ave Bremerton, WA 98337 HSS 208 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday Phone: 360-475-7646 or 1-800-259-6718

More information

Membership has Rewards

Membership has Rewards Membership has Rewards CREW MEMBERSHIPS CREW offers various types of memberships, Cornerstone, Full, Associate, Student and Affiliate. Full and Associate have the same membership criteria, with the only

More information

Miranda Nguyen. Monday, December 29, 2008 10:15 AM Subject: Career Center News 11.13.2012

Miranda Nguyen. Monday, December 29, 2008 10:15 AM Subject: Career Center News 11.13.2012 Miranda Nguyen Sent: Monday, December 29, 2008 10:15 AM Subject: Career Center News 11.13.2012 IN THIS ISSUE November 13, 2012 Featured Event Upcoming On Campus Events Upcoming Off Campus Events Study

More information

OHIO 4-H MASTER PROJECTS

OHIO 4-H MASTER PROJECTS OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION OHIO 4-H MASTER PROJECTS 4-H 512M Robotics Master By Tad A. Douce, Director of Events, The National Robotics Challenge. Reviewed by Dr. Bob Horton, Extension Specialist,

More information

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training(MST)

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training(MST) Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training(MST) 9500 Godwin Drive Manassas, VA 20110 Tashika Hussey Net-Centric Integration & Demonstration NCID Demonstration Portfolio Deputy Topics of Discussion Lockheed

More information

1. In your department: 2. In your department: 3. Your department: Page 2. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj

1. In your department: 2. In your department: 3. Your department: Page 2. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj. nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj nmlkj Your college or university has been selected to be part of a national survey of calculus instruction across the United States. This research project is conducted by the Mathematical Association of America.

More information

Pre-College Academy. June 15 - July 23

Pre-College Academy. June 15 - July 23 Pre-College Academy 2015 June 15 - July 23 APPLICATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT eaop.berkeley.edu APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 20, 2015 Important Program Dates Program Dates: June 15, 2015 July 23, 2015 Student

More information

Inspiring High-Achieving Students from Chicago-Area High Schools to Lead and Serve through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and

Inspiring High-Achieving Students from Chicago-Area High Schools to Lead and Serve through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and Inspiring High-Achieving Students from Chicago-Area High Schools to Lead and Serve through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and to Pursue Higher Education What is the purpose of IIT

More information

Jennifer Duval, AICP WTS Philadelphia, Scholarship Chair

Jennifer Duval, AICP WTS Philadelphia, Scholarship Chair August 24, 2012 Dear Prospective Applicants: On behalf of WTS Philadelphia, I am pleased to present the 2012 WTS Philadelphia Scholarship Application Package. Once again, we will be awarding scholarships

More information

Completing the Puzzle for Student Success at UHD and SJCN

Completing the Puzzle for Student Success at UHD and SJCN Completing the Puzzle for Student Success at UHD and SJCN Funded by: NSF STEP Grant No. DUE-0336612 Spears, Larry*; Uzman, Akif*; Estrera, Vicky*; Janes, Sarah # ; Garcia, Rene* *University of Houston-Downtown

More information

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY The College of Southern Maryland (CSM), a multi-campus community institution in Charles, Calvert and St.

More information

Cosmetology Department

Cosmetology Department Cosmetology Department Instructional Program Review Self-Study Report October 2014 Faculty Madeline (Department Chair) Nina Motruk Pat Novinski Felicia Smith Irlanda Lopez (Program Facilitator) 2 0 1 4

More information

College Prep Academy

College Prep Academy College Prep Academy Updated June 15, 2009 College Prep Academy Page 2 Contact information: Eva Rios-Lleverino Director of Operations Capital IDEA 512-457-8610, ext 106 erios@capitalidea.org Patricia Hernandez

More information

Mr. Gilbert Bannister, Assistant Principal Ms. Shannon Grieve, School Counselor Mrs. Sonya Sutter, School Counselor 8/28/15

Mr. Gilbert Bannister, Assistant Principal Ms. Shannon Grieve, School Counselor Mrs. Sonya Sutter, School Counselor 8/28/15 Mr. Gilbert Bannister, Assistant Principal Ms. Shannon Grieve, School Counselor Mrs. Sonya Sutter, School Counselor 8/28/15 Our Vision & Mission VISION Every student is inspired to learn and empowered

More information

FHS Counselor Newsletter

FHS Counselor Newsletter FHS Counselor Newsletter FEF Scholarship Application Deadline is Friday at 5pm: Attention Families of the Class of 2015 Graduating Frisco ISD high school seniors are eligible to apply for hundreds of college

More information

Scholarships, Special Programs and Open Houses Bulletin #3 October 2011

Scholarships, Special Programs and Open Houses Bulletin #3 October 2011 Scholarships, Special Programs and Open Houses Bulletin #3 October 2011 1. Jenkins Memorial Scholarship for Teacher Education: For seniors who are pursuing a degree in education. This award is for $3,000

More information

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Prepared for. Bayer Corporation. Prepared by. International Communications Research 53 West Baltimore Pike Media, PA 19063

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Prepared for. Bayer Corporation. Prepared by. International Communications Research 53 West Baltimore Pike Media, PA 19063 Bayer Facts of Science Education XV: A View from the Gatekeepers STEM Department Chairs at America s Top 200 Research Universities on Female and Underrepresented Minority Undergraduate STEM Students EXECUTIVE

More information

Amy R. McDaniel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Education. Ph. D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville Instructional Technology Education Studies

Amy R. McDaniel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Education. Ph. D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville Instructional Technology Education Studies Amy R. McDaniel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Education EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Ph. D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville Instructional Technology Education Studies Master of Education, University

More information

UAF Student Organization Advisor Handbook

UAF Student Organization Advisor Handbook UAF Student Organization Advisor Handbook UAF LIVE Leadership Involvement and Volunteer Experience UAF LIVE Program Student Organizations Phone: 907-474-1959 Fax: 907-474-5508 E-mail: fystuorg@uaf.edu

More information

Natural Sciences Program Review Three-Year Progress Report

Natural Sciences Program Review Three-Year Progress Report Natural Sciences Program Review Three-Year Progress Report The College is pleased to deliver this progress report on the College of Natural Sciences and elaborate upon our successes in addressing the concerns

More information

YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR PROGRAMS

YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR PROGRAMS YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR PROGRAMS Young Entrepreneurs Forum A number of bright young students who have the entrepreneurial spirit are not given the opportunity to take any training or to interact with our local

More information

WELCOME BACK Please review the material with your Senior Advisories

WELCOME BACK Please review the material with your Senior Advisories Scholarships & Testing Opportunities Ottumwa High School Student Services December 2013 WELCOME BACK Please review the material with your Senior Advisories Applications for these scholarships are for seniors

More information

Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions

Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions Q What grades and leagues does the program include this year? A - This year the basketball and cheerleading program includes grades K-4 th. The basketball

More information

Office of Graduate Education Graduate Council Meeting Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:30 p.m. W&J Gilchrist Education and Psychology Complex, Room 304

Office of Graduate Education Graduate Council Meeting Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:30 p.m. W&J Gilchrist Education and Psychology Complex, Room 304 Office of Graduate Education Graduate Council Meeting Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:30 p.m. W&J Gilchrist Education and Psychology Complex, Room 304 Minutes The Graduate Council met for its quarterly meeting

More information

CLASSROOM TO CAREER. College of

CLASSROOM TO CAREER. College of CLASSROOM TO CAREER College of CAREER READY The Western New England University Advantage There s a reason why employers come scouting for top business talent at Western New England University, and why

More information

Guilford County, North Carolina http://tmsacharter.org. For a Bright American Generation

Guilford County, North Carolina http://tmsacharter.org. For a Bright American Generation Guilford County, North Carolina http://tmsacharter.org 1 For a Bright American Generation What is a Charter School? Charter schools are public schools, which are privately governed by a non-profit Board,

More information