A National Center for ME<br />put your center here<br />put your logo here<br />How can we best partner with you? <br />St...
Our Partners…     …Throughout the Nation<br />
Manufacturing & Engineering the Future of Technology Education<br />Can we help you with:<br />Classroom Resources?<br />C...
Manufacturing & Engineering the Future of Technology Education<br />Visit us online at<br />www.ncmeresource.org<br />
  CareerMEYour career in advanced manufacturing<br />Visit us online at<br />www.careerme.org<br />
mycareermeExploration extended through collaboration<br />Students and companies connecting at<br />mycareerme.org<br />
  METECManufacturing and Engineering                Technologies Education Clearinghouse<br />Do you need:<br /> High qual...
  METECManufacturing and Engineering                Technologies Education Clearinghouse<br />Visit us online at<br />www....
College of Technology: Seamless transfer of credits from community colleges to four-year university partners<br />
Life Support and Sustainable Living (LSSL) Project Teams in Action<br />
Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut: HIGH TECH<br />
Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />SKILLED<br />
Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />EVOLVING<br />
Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />CUTTING EDGE<br />
School of Science, <br />Engineering, and Technology<br />Master of Science in Engineering Systems Management (MSESM)<br />
MS Engineering Systems Management<br />Multidisciplinary<br />Management, industrial engineering, systems of systems, beha...
ESM Course Work<br />EC 6382 Corporate Economics<br />EG 8300 Engineering Systems Management<br />BA 7311 or EG 7353 Proje...
St. Mary’s University<br />Small class sizes = personalized attention<br />Dedicated, experienced faculty<br />All classes...
MATEC supports faculty and curriculum development to meet the ever-advancing workforce demands of the semiconductor, autom...
NetWorks offers a digital resource library, web seminar series, national conference, and a virtual technology education co...
eSyst revises Electronics curriculum, shifting the focus from the component level to a holistic systems approach.<br />www...
Work Ready Electronics develops instructional modules to synchronize Electronics curriculum to the rapidly<br />changing w...
High Impact Technology Exchange Conference focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce in the h...
The Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing<br />
The Emerson Center is committed to developing a skilled workforce for the St. Louis region and providing technical support...
MEETING WORKFORCE NEEDS WITH PRE-EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS.<br />The Emerson Center collaborates with academic and workforce uni...
Manufacturing Technology<br />Courses<br />Computer Integrated Manufacturing<br />Numerical Control Programming<br />Intro...
Rochester Institute of TechnologyManufacturing Engineering Technology<br /><ul><li> Co-op based (5 yr BS)
 Industry focused
 ABET accredited
BS/MS  option with Manufacturing and Mechanical Systems Integration </li></li></ul><li>Overview<br />Part of Manufacturing...
Senior Project<br />Each graduating class designs:<br />Product, <br />automated assembly cell and <br />assembly process<...
Student Clubs<br />RIT SME chapter has built a Robotic Hotdog Assembler  (RHA) and displayed  it Imagine RIT Innovation an...
Student Clubs<br />Factory Tours<br />Design, Manufacture and Race<br />36<br />
More Information<br />Dr. Scott Anson, PE <br />Program Chair, Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Scott.anson@rit.e...
 ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY   MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING<br />5DISTINGUISHING FEATURES<br />+<br />1DEDICATED AND QUALIFIED E...
BACKGROUND<br /><ul><li>School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science launched in fall of 1999 by Dean Dr. Yildirim Omur...
BS in Manufacturing Engineering started in fall of 2000.
 The only ABET accredited stand alone Manufacturing Engineering program in PA, and one of the few in the U.S.
Multiple  students have been nationally recognized by the SME Education Foundation scholarship program.
 Active student engagement in SME and SAE Organizations
Graduates have found employment at US Steel, Bombardier, Phillips, Emerson, Core Furnace, Centria, Deloitte, Bechtel, Army...
Graduates have been successful at graduate programs at RMU and other universities such as Carnegie Mellon University, Case...
Accounting
Economics
Management
Marketing
Communications Skills
Reading and Writing Strategies or Intercultural Communications
Argument and Research
Public Speaking and Persuasion
Business Professional Communications
Professional Internships
NASA, Boeing, Bayer, Deloitte, Westinghouse,  FEDEX, Phillips, Eaton, Cutler-Hammer, Cellomics, J & L Specialty Steel
Real-World Course and Capstone Projects
Hands-On Education in the Learning Factory
Automated Manufacturing Work-Cell, Rapid Prototyping/Reverse Engineering, Powder Metallurgy, Material Testing, Optical Met...
National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education<br />put your center here<br />put your logo here<br />MatEd<b...
MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s mission is to advance materials technology education nationally.<br />
MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s Vision is to be the focal point where industry, education and community collaborate to meet ma...
MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s Goals:<br />Provide web-based resources<br />Easy and direct access to curriculum<br />Offer p...
SME and the SME Education Foundation<br />EVERYONE YOU WANT TO …<br />EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO …<br />EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO...
47<br />ADVANCING MANUFACTURING<br />SME influences more than half a million manufacturing practitioners and executives an...
48<br />SME EDUCATION FOUNDATION<br /> Inspires<br />$4.6 million youth programs<br />235 summer camps in 27 states<br />9...
49<br />SCHOLARSHIPS<br />February 1 deadline to apply for the most scholarships and highest value awarded of any professi...
50<br />TECHNICAL COMMUNITY NETWORK<br />A collaboration platform for PEOPLE, PROCESSES and IDEAS, designed to provide you...
51<br />Connections<br />Get to know manufacturing professionals in your own backyard through local chapters…<br />  Socia...
52<br />KNOWLEDGE IN PRINT, ONLINE AND VIDEO<br />Ask about Site Licensing SME publications and videos for your company’s ...
53<br />Ask the Librarian<br />  Associations<br />  Books<br />  Calculation & Conversion Tools<br />  Dictionaries, Ency...
54<br />PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS<br />Earned by more than 36,000 people<br />Certified Manufacturing Technologist  (CMf...
55<br />AWARDS<br />The Society of Manufacturing Engineers has a number of awards to honor your efforts and contributions ...
  SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br /><ul><li>Program in place since 1984
 ABET accredited
 Metal, aerospace and electronics industry orientation
 Excellent industry involvement and support
 Large proportion of students employed while studying
 Faculty research in fuel cells, electronics manufacturing</li></ul>	and nanocomposites<br /><ul><li> Excellent placement<...
  SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />
State University of New York<br />
  SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Contact Information:<br />Prof. Ser...
Minnesota State University, Mankato<br />Lead University <br />
Maximizing Minnesota’s <br />manufacturing competitiveness through innovation<br />www.mnceme.org<br />
Engineering and Manufacturing Leadership<br />Anoka Technical College<br />Northeast Higher Ed District<br />Hennepin Tech...
Strategic Goals<br />Lead collaborative efforts to increase pipeline flow for people pursuing or employed in STEM career p...
Sponsored Programs<br />Minnesota Project Lead the Way<br />Northeast Higher Education District Engineering Program<br />S...
Contacts<br />Dr. Ronald J. Bennett, Executive Director<br />Ronald.Bennett@mnsu.edu<br />Judith A. Evans, Associate Execu...
MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />Hands-on/Minds-on Education<br />
MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />What we do...<br />
MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />Our learning labs…<br />People, knowledge and technologies br...
MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />What we do<br />Good jobs when you graduate, with great salar...
WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY<br />College of Applied Science & Technology <br />Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Degree...
Why choose Manufacturing Engineering<br />Technology (MFET) at Weber State University?<br />You will gain practical experi...
Northeast BiomanufacturingCenter & Collaborative<br />Sonia Wallman, Ph.D.<br />NBC2 Executive Director <br />603.969.1053...
Central Dogma:   DNA >>  RNA >>  Protein<br /><ul><li>Discovery Research (DNA Centric)
Process Development and Biomanufacturing (Protein Centric)</li></li></ul><li>Ten Technician Jobs Anchor Ten Biomanufacturi...
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    5. 5. A National Center for ME<br />put your center here<br />put your logo here<br />How can we best partner with you? <br />Steve Wendel<br />Director <br />937.512.2841 steven.wendel@sinclair.edu<br />www.ncmeresource.org<br />
    6. 6. Our Partners… …Throughout the Nation<br />
    7. 7. Manufacturing & Engineering the Future of Technology Education<br />Can we help you with:<br />Classroom Resources?<br />Curriculum Development?<br />Grant Preparation, Proposal, and Implementation?<br />www.ncmeresource.org<br />
    8. 8. Manufacturing & Engineering the Future of Technology Education<br />Visit us online at<br />www.ncmeresource.org<br />
    9. 9. CareerMEYour career in advanced manufacturing<br />Visit us online at<br />www.careerme.org<br />
    10. 10. mycareermeExploration extended through collaboration<br />Students and companies connecting at<br />mycareerme.org<br />
    11. 11. METECManufacturing and Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse<br />Do you need:<br /> High quality,<br />classroom ready resources<br />for technology educators?<br />www.meteconline.org<br />
    12. 12. METECManufacturing and Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse<br />Visit us online at<br />www.meteconline.org<br />
    13. 13. College of Technology: Seamless transfer of credits from community colleges to four-year university partners<br />
    14. 14. Life Support and Sustainable Living (LSSL) Project Teams in Action<br />
    15. 15. Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut: HIGH TECH<br />
    16. 16. Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />SKILLED<br />
    17. 17. Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />EVOLVING<br />
    18. 18. Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in Connecticut:<br />CUTTING EDGE<br />
    19. 19. School of Science, <br />Engineering, and Technology<br />Master of Science in Engineering Systems Management (MSESM)<br />
    20. 20. MS Engineering Systems Management<br />Multidisciplinary<br />Management, industrial engineering, systems of systems, behavioral, business, ergonomics, economics and finance<br />30 hours<br />Excellence in analyzing, managing and improving:<br />Personnel, equipment, computers, information, processes<br />Systems approach:<br />Global view<br />Practical problem solving<br />
    21. 21. ESM Course Work<br />EC 6382 Corporate Economics<br />EG 8300 Engineering Systems Management<br />BA 7311 or EG 7353 Project Management<br />EG 7351 Systems Engineering<br />EG 6303 Lean Production<br />EC 6381 Cost Benefit Analysis<br />EG 6338 Lean Supply Chain<br />EG 7306 Six Sigma Quality<br />BA 7325 or EG 6354 Management of Info Tech<br />EG/PS 6309 Human factors<br />
    22. 22. St. Mary’s University<br />Small class sizes = personalized attention<br />Dedicated, experienced faculty<br />All classes taught by faculty members<br />Hands-on learning <br />Well equipped facilities<br />Internship and research opportunities<br />
    23. 23. MATEC supports faculty and curriculum development to meet the ever-advancing workforce demands of the semiconductor, automated manufacturing, electronics, and energy related industries.<br />www.matec.org<br />
    24. 24. NetWorks offers a digital resource library, web seminar series, national conference, and a virtual technology education community.<br />www.matecnetworks.org<br />
    25. 25. eSyst revises Electronics curriculum, shifting the focus from the component level to a holistic systems approach.<br />www.esyst.org<br />
    26. 26. Work Ready Electronics develops instructional modules to synchronize Electronics curriculum to the rapidly<br />changing workplace.<br />www.work-readyelectronics.org<br />
    27. 27. High Impact Technology Exchange Conference focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation's economy.<br />www.highimpact-tec.org<br />
    28. 28. The Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing<br />
    29. 29. The Emerson Center is committed to developing a skilled workforce for the St. Louis region and providing technical support to the region’s manufacturing industry.<br />
    30. 30. MEETING WORKFORCE NEEDS WITH PRE-EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS.<br />The Emerson Center collaborates with academic and workforce units of St. Louis Community College to provide pre-employment training for high-paying, in-demand jobs. We provide a pool of screened, qualified and trained entry level workers for Boeing and the region’s electric utility, Ameren UE. <br />
    31. 31. Manufacturing Technology<br />Courses<br />Computer Integrated Manufacturing<br />Numerical Control Programming<br />Introduction to Robotics<br />Robotics Systems and Components<br />Programmable Logic Controllers<br />Introduction to 3D Solid Modeling and Design<br />Solid Modeling with Unigraphics<br />Solid Modeling with CATIA<br />
    32. 32. Rochester Institute of TechnologyManufacturing Engineering Technology<br /><ul><li> Co-op based (5 yr BS)
    33. 33. Industry focused
    34. 34. ABET accredited
    35. 35. BS/MS option with Manufacturing and Mechanical Systems Integration </li></li></ul><li>Overview<br />Part of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology & Packaging Science Dept<br />Housed in<br />ABET accredited<br />33<br />
    36. 36. Senior Project<br />Each graduating class designs:<br />Product, <br />automated assembly cell and <br />assembly process<br />R.O.A.R – Refrigerator Open Alarm Reminder<br />AQUA–TEK - Swim Lap Timer and Counter<br />Tiger Alert – Sound to Strobe Converter<br />34<br />
    37. 37. Student Clubs<br />RIT SME chapter has built a Robotic Hotdog Assembler (RHA) and displayed it Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival<br />35<br />
    38. 38. Student Clubs<br />Factory Tours<br />Design, Manufacture and Race<br />36<br />
    39. 39. More Information<br />Dr. Scott Anson, PE <br />Program Chair, Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Scott.anson@rit.edu<br />http://www.rit.edu/cast/mmetps/man.php<br />YouTube – Search “RHA 2010 Hotdog”<br />37<br />
    40. 40. ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING<br />5DISTINGUISHING FEATURES<br />+<br />1DEDICATED AND QUALIFIED EDUCATIONAL TEAM <br />=<br />1COMPELLING DEGREE PROGRAM<br />
    41. 41. BACKGROUND<br /><ul><li>School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science launched in fall of 1999 by Dean Dr. Yildirim Omurtag.
    42. 42. BS in Manufacturing Engineering started in fall of 2000.
    43. 43. The only ABET accredited stand alone Manufacturing Engineering program in PA, and one of the few in the U.S.
    44. 44. Multiple students have been nationally recognized by the SME Education Foundation scholarship program.
    45. 45. Active student engagement in SME and SAE Organizations
    46. 46. Graduates have found employment at US Steel, Bombardier, Phillips, Emerson, Core Furnace, Centria, Deloitte, Bechtel, Army Research Laboratory…
    47. 47. Graduates have been successful at graduate programs at RMU and other universities such as Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, and University of Pittsburgh.</li></li></ul><li>DISTINGUISHING PROGRAM FEATURES<br /><ul><li>Business Skills
    48. 48. Accounting
    49. 49. Economics
    50. 50. Management
    51. 51. Marketing
    52. 52. Communications Skills
    53. 53. Reading and Writing Strategies or Intercultural Communications
    54. 54. Argument and Research
    55. 55. Public Speaking and Persuasion
    56. 56. Business Professional Communications
    57. 57. Professional Internships
    58. 58. NASA, Boeing, Bayer, Deloitte, Westinghouse, FEDEX, Phillips, Eaton, Cutler-Hammer, Cellomics, J & L Specialty Steel
    59. 59. Real-World Course and Capstone Projects
    60. 60. Hands-On Education in the Learning Factory
    61. 61. Automated Manufacturing Work-Cell, Rapid Prototyping/Reverse Engineering, Powder Metallurgy, Material Testing, Optical Metallography, Metrology, Automated ID, Circuits, and Industrial Controls Labs. and Machine Shop including a BOY Injection Molding Machine.</li></li></ul><li>FACULTY & SAMPLE COURSES<br />7 Engaged & Productive Faculty Members<br />Engagement with ASEE, ASM, SAE, SME<br />22 Journal Papers published and<br />19 Conference Presentations in 2009-10 <br />Weekly Course Format:<br />2 50-minute lectures<br />1 2.5 hour laboratory session<br />ENGR 3600 Production Engineering<br />ENGR 3650 Production & Tool Design<br />ENGR 3680 Intro. to Quality Engineering<br />ENGR 3700 Mfg. Planning & Control<br />ENGR 4400 Device Control<br />ENGR 4700 Robotics & Automation<br />ENGR 4801 Rapid Prototyping & Reverse Engr.<br />
    62. 62. National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education<br />put your center here<br />put your logo here<br />MatEd<br />www.materialseducation.org<br />Mel Cossette<br />P.I. and Executive Director <br />425.640.1376 mel.cossette@edcc.edu<br />www.materialseducation.org<br />
    63. 63. MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s mission is to advance materials technology education nationally.<br />
    64. 64. MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s Vision is to be the focal point where industry, education and community collaborate to meet materials technology workforce needs.<br />
    65. 65. MatEd Overview<br />MatEd’s Goals:<br />Provide web-based resources<br />Easy and direct access to curriculum<br />Offer professional development opportunities<br />Promote use of core competencies for technicians that handle materials <br />
    66. 66. SME and the SME Education Foundation<br />EVERYONE YOU WANT TO …<br />EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO …<br />EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO …<br />SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS <br />Where Manufacturing Comes Together<br />
    67. 67. 47<br />ADVANCING MANUFACTURING<br />SME influences more than half a million manufacturing practitioners and executives annually with information, tools and resources <br />The SME Education Foundation impacts more than 15,000 K-12 students each year<br />www.careerME.org<br />www.smeef.org<br />www.manufacturingiscool.com<br />
    68. 68. 48<br />SME EDUCATION FOUNDATION<br /> Inspires<br />$4.6 million youth programs<br />235 summer camps in 27 states<br />9,000 students in 2010<br /> Supports<br />$4 million in scholarshipsto date<br /> Prepares<br />$29 million in funding for scholarships, youth programs and awards<br />www.careerME.org<br />www.smeef.org<br />www.manufacturingiscool.com<br />
    69. 69. 49<br />SCHOLARSHIPS<br />February 1 deadline to apply for the most scholarships and highest value awarded of any professional society<br />The SME Education Foundation Family Scholarship supports the children or grandchildren of SME members in their pursuit of careers in manufacturing engineering and technology. <br />The SME Family scholarship is valued up to $80,000. <br />www.smeef.org<br />
    70. 70. 50<br />TECHNICAL COMMUNITY NETWORK<br />A collaboration platform for PEOPLE, PROCESSES and IDEAS, designed to provide you with the most current information in your specialized manufacturing niche<br /> Virtual and face-to-face meetings<br /> Producing technical content for SME programs/events<br /> Connect with peers and technical experts<br />Industrial Lasers<br />Machining & Material Removal<br />Forming & Fabricating<br />Automated Mfg & Assembly<br />Rapid Technologies & Additive Mfg<br />Plastics, Composites & Coating<br />Product & Process Design and Management<br />Mfg Education & Research<br />www.sme.org/tcn<br />
    71. 71. 51<br />Connections<br />Get to know manufacturing professionals in your own backyard through local chapters…<br /> Social and professional networking<br /> Plant tours<br /> Technical presentations and training<br /> Youth and family programs<br /> Community involvement<br /> 180 Senior Chapters<br /> Student Chapters at 200 <br /> educational institutions worldwide<br /> International Chapters in over<br /> 15 countries<br />www.sme.org/chapters<br />
    72. 72. 52<br />KNOWLEDGE IN PRINT, ONLINE AND VIDEO<br />Ask about Site Licensing SME publications and videos for your company’s online library<br />An $840 - $5,000 value to members<br />$,8000 annual value to members<br />Member subscription Manufacturing Engineering Magazine® – a $120 value<br />New Manufacturing Yearbooks – a $25 value<br />
    73. 73. 53<br />Ask the Librarian<br /> Associations<br /> Books<br /> Calculation & Conversion Tools<br /> Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Almanacs<br /> Directories<br /> Industry Standards and Specifications<br /> Linda Hall Library<br /> Manufacturing & Engineering Resources<br /> National Technical Information Services (NTIS)<br /> Market Research<br /> Salary Surveys<br /> Software<br /> Statistics<br /> Government<br />Online Resources<br />WOW Carol,<br />You did GREAT! This is exactly what I was looking for! I really appreciate your efforts to pull this all together. I can now take key points and build the presentation we discussed.<br />Thank you so very much.<br />Dave Gastel<br />DEG Components<br />San Jose, CA<br />SME’s “Ask the Librarian”<br />Free with membership, the SME “Ask the Librarian” is a $40,000 research database that is always at your fingertips<br />Non-members have access for a $50 per question fee<br />
    74. 74. 54<br />PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS<br />Earned by more than 36,000 people<br />Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT)<br />Certified Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE)<br />Six Sigma Certification<br />Lean Certification (Bronze, Silver, Gold)<br />Members receive Hundreds of Dollars in savings<br />
    75. 75. 55<br />AWARDS<br />The Society of Manufacturing Engineers has a number of awards to honor your efforts and contributions throughout your career.<br /> International Honors Awards (7)<br /> College of Fellows (membership required)<br /> Honorary Membership <br /> Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award<br /> Award of Merit (chapter award)<br /> NAMRI/SME S.M. Wu Research Implementation Award<br /> Total Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing Award<br /> FFC Technical Paper Excellence Award<br /> Rapid Technologies & Additive Manufacturing Awards (2) <br /> J.H. "Jud" Hall Composites Manufacturing Award<br /> Presidents Award (chapter award)<br />www.sme.org/awards<br />
    76. 76. SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br /><ul><li>Program in place since 1984
    77. 77. ABET accredited
    78. 78. Metal, aerospace and electronics industry orientation
    79. 79. Excellent industry involvement and support
    80. 80. Large proportion of students employed while studying
    81. 81. Faculty research in fuel cells, electronics manufacturing</li></ul> and nanocomposites<br /><ul><li> Excellent placement</li></li></ul><li> SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />
    82. 82. SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />
    83. 83. State University of New York<br />
    84. 84. SUNY – Farmingdale State College<br />B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Contact Information:<br />Prof. Serdar Elgun, Chairman<br />Mechanical Engineering Technology Department<br />State University of New York – Farmingdale State College<br />Farmingdale, NY 11735<br />Tel: 631-420-2046<br />
    85. 85. Minnesota State University, Mankato<br />Lead University <br />
    86. 86. Maximizing Minnesota’s <br />manufacturing competitiveness through innovation<br />www.mnceme.org<br />
    87. 87. Engineering and Manufacturing Leadership<br />Anoka Technical College<br />Northeast Higher Ed District<br />Hennepin Technical College<br />Alexandria Technical College<br />South Central College<br />Normandale Community College<br />Minnesota State University - Mankato<br />
    88. 88. Strategic Goals<br />Lead collaborative efforts to increase pipeline flow for people pursuing or employed in STEM career paths<br />Assist Minnesota industry in meeting critical technical needs of the 21st century<br />
    89. 89. Sponsored Programs<br />Minnesota Project Lead the Way<br />Northeast Higher Education District Engineering Program<br />STEM Day at the Minnesota State Fair<br />
    90. 90. Contacts<br />Dr. Ronald J. Bennett, Executive Director<br />Ronald.Bennett@mnsu.edu<br />Judith A. Evans, Associate Executive Director<br />Judith.Evans@mnsu.edu<br />James Mecklenburg, Minnesota Project Lead the Way Program Director<br />James.mecklenburg@mnsu.edu<br />
    91. 91. MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />Hands-on/Minds-on Education<br />
    92. 92. MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />What we do...<br />
    93. 93. MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />Our learning labs…<br />People, knowledge and technologies bringing world-class products from concept to the market through <br />minds-on / hands-on education.<br />
    94. 94. MANUFACTURING & MECHANICAL <br />ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />What we do<br />Good jobs when you graduate, with great salaries<br />
    95. 95. WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY<br />College of Applied Science & Technology <br />Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />Degrees Offered:<br />Bachelor of Science (BS)<br />Bachelor of Science (BS) – Welding Emphasis<br />Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS)<br />Associate of Applied Science (AAS)<br />The MFET program at Weber State University has been ranked in the top five programs in the nation.<br />
    96. 96. Why choose Manufacturing Engineering<br />Technology (MFET) at Weber State University?<br />You will gain practical experience through internships, cooperative education, and full- or part-time employment in a manufacturing environment, preparing you for an exciting career in the engineering field.<br />Highly Paid<br />Starting salaries for graduates with a bachelor’s degree in MFET are among the highest for Weber State University graduates.<br />You’ll Learn<br />All Aspects of Manufacturing <br />Computer-aided Drafting<br />Solids Modeling<br />Materials and Processes<br />Machining<br />Plastics and Composites<br />Production Methods<br />Supervision Skills<br />Six Sigma Quality Tools<br />Lean Production Methods<br />Rapid Prototyping<br />Automation<br />Robotics<br />PLC Programming<br />Welding Emphasis Option<br />Only one of four programs nationwide offering a full four-year B.S. degree with an emphasis in Welding Engineering Technology<br />WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY<br />
    97. 97. Northeast BiomanufacturingCenter & Collaborative<br />Sonia Wallman, Ph.D.<br />NBC2 Executive Director <br />603.969.1053 swallman@biomanufacturing.org<br />www. biomanufacturing.org<br />
    98. 98. Central Dogma: DNA >> RNA >> Protein<br /><ul><li>Discovery Research (DNA Centric)
    99. 99. Process Development and Biomanufacturing (Protein Centric)</li></li></ul><li>Ten Technician Jobs Anchor Ten Biomanufacturing Departments<br /><ul><li>Facilities/Metrology
    100. 100. Validation
    101. 101. Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)
    102. 102. QA
    103. 103. Upstream Processing
    104. 104. Downstream Processing
    105. 105. QC Microbiology
    106. 106. QC Biochemistry
    107. 107. Process Development</li></li></ul><li>NBC2 Publications<br />CHO – tPA Core Production System<br />Pichiapastoris– HSA Core Production System<br />Global Biomanufacturing Curriculum Laboratory Manual<br />“Protein is Cash” Laboratory Manual for High Schools<br />
    108. 108. Manufacturing Engineering Technology<br />
    109. 109. From concept to roadway, the mini baja car was designed, fabricated<br />and operated<br />by students.<br />
    110. 110. Grand Canyon outboardmotor lower end redesignand build project - an industry/student partnership.<br />
    111. 111. Hands-on learning in <br />state-of-the-art laboratories<br />
    112. 112. Manufacturing.... A Better Life<br /> The U.S is the world’s largest manufacturing economy, producing 22 percent of world manufactured products. China is second at 13 percent and Japan is third at 11 percent.<br /> U.S. manufacturing produces $1.6 trillion of value each year, or 11.5 percent of U.S. GDP.<br />
    113. 113. Manufacturing.... A Better Life<br /> Nearly 12 million Americans work directly in manufacturing – about 10 percent of the overall workforce.<br /> In 2008, the average U.S. manufacturing worker earned $71,623 annually, including pay and benefits. The average non-manufacturing worker earned $57,064 annually.<br />
    114. 114. Grand Valley State UniversityProduct Design and ManufacturingEngineering<br /><ul><li>The Focus is Products
    115. 115. Best of all disciplines
    116. 116. From Design to the Customer
    117. 117. Design it and make it well
    118. 118. Innovation</li></li></ul><li>Junior Class Project<br />
    119. 119. Senior Projects<br />
    120. 120. School of Science, <br />Engineering, and Technology<br />Master of Science in Engineering Systems Management (MSESM)<br />
    121. 121. MS Engineering Systems Management<br />Multidisciplinary<br />Management, industrial engineering, systems of systems, behavioral, business, ergonomics, economics and finance<br />30 hours<br />Excellence in analyzing, managing and improving:<br />Personnel, equipment, computers, information, processes<br />Systems approach:<br />Global view<br />Practical problem solving<br />
    122. 122. ESM Course Work<br />EC 6382 Corporate Economics<br />EG 8300 Engineering Systems Management<br />BA 7311 or EG 7353 Project Management<br />EG 7351 Systems Engineering<br />EG 6303 Lean Production<br />EC 6381 Cost Benefit Analysis<br />EG 6338 Lean Supply Chain<br />EG 7306 Six Sigma Quality<br />BA 7325 or EG 6354 Management of Info Tech<br />EG/PS 6309 Human factors<br />
    123. 123. St. Mary’s University<br />Small class sizes = personalized attention<br />Dedicated, experienced faculty<br />All classes taught by faculty members<br />Hands-on learning <br />Well equipped facilities<br />Internship and research opportunities<br />
    124. 124. Bachelor of Science inManufacturing Engineeringat University of Wisconsin – Stout<br />Spring 2010 Senior Capstone Projects<br />Program is Accredited by the:<br />Engineering Accreditation Commission of the <br />Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)<br />
    125. 125. Hose & Luer Assembly Cell<br />
    126. 126. Hose & Luer Assembly Cell Team<br />Team members left to right: Ryan Swanson, Tim Broge, Alex Wagner, Matthew Frisinger, Luke Van Hulle, David Booth, Tyler Bahr, Phillip Klein, and Michael Barone stooping<br />
    127. 127. Old Stroke Sander Cell<br />
    128. 128. Ergonomic Stroke Sander Cell<br />
    129. 129. Ergonomic Stroke Sander Cell Team<br />Team members left to right: Matthew White, Kristy Voissem, Jared Muller, Mark Adamczak, Adam Peloquin, Joshua Peissig, and Michael Lybert<br />
    130. 130. Old Stud Welding Cell<br />
    131. 131. New Stud Welding Cell<br />
    132. 132. New Stud Welding Cell Team<br />Team members left to right: Nathan Olson, Nathan Leland, Phillip Lundborg,<br /> Ben Krall, Dane Soderberg, Kyle Crable, Ben Jerry, and Mark Frowein<br />
    133. 133. M.S. Manufacturing Engineering<br />Graduate degree is 100% on-line<br />All students are working full time as engineers<br />Course topics are:<br />Ergonomics, HazMat, and Safety Regulations<br />Statistics<br />Lean, Sustainability, Competitiveness<br />Materials, Mechanical Design<br />www.UWStout.edu<br />

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