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Briefs News Published/Presented papers
 
Briefs is the quarterly publication of the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education Center of Excellence. This one-page publication features topics of interest to Technical College System decision makers and faculty. The publication supports the mission of the ATE project, which is to increase the quantity, quality and diversity of engineering technology graduates needed by South Carolina industry.
 
Spring, 2004:   SC ATE Turns 10!
Fall, 2003:   News about SC ATE’s Technology Gateway and Technology Camps
Summer, 2003:   News about a new Fast Track to ET
Fall, 2002:   Objectives set for SC ATE's National Resource Center for Engineering Technology Education
Summer, 2002:   NSF Awards $900,000 to FDTC/SC ATE...
Winter, 2002:   More ATE Options Result in Higher Enrollments...
Winter/Spring, 2001:   Technology Gateway Offers Dual Credit Opportunity in High Schools...
Fall, 2000:   Student Enrollment Data Shows 51% Increase...
Summer, 2000:   Proposed TAC of ABET New General Criteria 2000...
Winter, 1999/2000:   Students, Employers Share ATE Experiences Enrollment, Retention Update...
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News Releases
 
March 2003:   2003 SC ATE Teaching Team Training
Tuesday, July 23, 2002:   National Science Foundation Awards $900,000 To Establish National Resource Center For Engineering Technology Education
Monday, July 24, 2000   SC ATE's Lynn Mack to Present at International Math Conference in Japan
Tuesday, March 28, 2000   Elaine L. Craft Receives 2000 Governor's Award For Excellence in Science Awareness
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Published/Presented papers
2001-2002

Using Problem-based Learning to Modify Curriculum to Meet Industry Needs

2000-2001

Developing & Inplementing an Integrated, Problem-Based Eng. Tech Curriculum


Innovative Technical College-Industry Partnerships Impact the Bottom Line...
Maximizing Retention in Engineering Technology...
Problem-Based Learning & Interdisciplinary Instruction
Retention Strategies

1999-2000

National Council for Occupational Education
Recruiting Models that Work - Miami University
Improving Student Retention
SC Commerce article

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