- ATE-NSF Principal Investigators’ Conference, Washington DC, October 2012: “Teaching Tomorrow’s Technicians today: Preparing America’s Future Workforce”
- W.O.W.: Women on Women Symposium
- EVENT: Student/Faculty Luncheon: Women in Design-Related Technologies
- EVENT: Student/Faculty Sustainability Roundtables
- Tech-FIT Project Assessment Report 2011
Category Archives: Events
On Thursday, March 1, 2012, the FIT Diversity Council presented “WOW: Women on Women,” a one-day symposium of inspirational stories, recollections and messages for and about women. Karen and Elaine presented findings and information on TECH-FIT.
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Thursday, April 26, 2012, 12:00-2:00pm
Outstanding women in the fields of design-related technology share career experiences and provide guidance to students about to enter the workplace.
Please click the link below to view the Student/Faculty Luncheon questions and for video … Continue reading
Please click the link below to view the Student-Faculty Sustainability Roundtable questions and for audio and pictures from the events on December 1, 2011, and March 29, 2012.
Student/Faculty Sustainability Roundtables
Thursday August 25th, 2011
Faculty development activities
Learning Modules (examples of the bridges being developed between industry and classroom content)
The Industry Perspective
Helping us see the needs of today “Fashion” related industries activity
Future Work and Activities
August 2011 NSF Advisory Board … Continue reading
EVENT: Faculty Mini-Retreat Luncheon: Toward a Greener, Sustainable, More Eco-responsible Curriculum (Part 2 of 2)
Friday, March 4th, 2011 | 12noon-3pm
Science + Design = Effective Business!
Elaine Maldonado and Karen Pearson would like to welcome you to the second faculty mini-retreat on Sustainability. Please join Susan Elrod, Director of Project Kaleidoscope , a leading … Continue reading
Tuesday January 25th, 2011 | 9-10:30a
Overview of TECH-FIT
Faculty development activities
Example of the bridges being developed between industry and classroom content
Bridge between curriculum development & industry
What is green and/or sustainable design?
What critical initiatives can you identify in your … Continue reading
EVENT: Faculty Mini-Retreat Breakfast: Toward a Greener, Sustainable, More Eco-responsible Curriculum (Part 1 of 2)
November 12th, 9:30 – 12noon
Elaine Maldonado and Karen Pearson would like to welcome you to a faculty mini-retreat on Sustainability. Please join Scott Boylston, Professor of Design for Sustainability at Savannah College of Art and Design and Board Member of … Continue reading
August 25th, 9 – 10:45am
This NSF-ATE project, led by Karen Pearson (PI) and Elaine Maldonado (Co-PI), has been designed to better prepare FIT graduates to meet new industry demands for the design, development, and manufacture of green and sustainable products … Continue reading