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  1. 1. What do Mt. Rushmore, Aerobi cs, the Human Genome and the Science City have in common?
  2. 2. GUTZON BORGLUM August 10, 1927
  4. 4. Father of Aerobics Kenneth H. Cooper, M.D., M.P.H.
  5. 5. Dr. Susan Naylor & Dawn K Garcia “Initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome” Dr. Susan Naylor Feb. 12, 2001, Journal Nature
  6. 6. SwRI TIBR Founder Thomas Baker Slick Jr. - businessman, inve ntor, oilman, ranch er, engineer, phila nthropist, peacem aker, adventurer, a nd visionary. Tom Slick Professorship of World Peace at the University of Texas Institute for Inventive Research, 1949, Re ader’s Digest, 1000 a week, Circus Tent, 114 Viable Mind Science Foundation
  7. 7. What do you think of when I say San Antonio?
  8. 8. Alamo & Frontier Legends
  9. 9. Missions San Jose San Juan Espada Concepcion
  10. 10. What do you think of when I say San Antonio?
  11. 11. What do you think of when I say San Antonio? Do you think Science & Tech, or ed innovation?
  12. 12. Wright Model B on the ground, in front of a hangar, at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1910.
  13. 13. Captain Benjamin D. Foulois seated at the controls of a Wright Military biplane; a radio transmitter is tied into the passenger seat; 1911.
  14. 14. Star Film Ranch 1910 Gaston Méliès “Voyage a la lune”
  15. 15. THE IMMORTAL ALAMO, 1911. Francis Ford, at right with white sombrero. Gaston Méliès, San Antonio, TX
  16. 16. Math ENG Tech Innovation Technology Processes & Design How do we cultivate innovation and innovators? ARTS Science
  17. 17. Jon Hinojosa, Artistic | Executive Director
  18. 18. Of the two million U.S. arts jobs requiring significant technology proficiency: • 10% architects • 11% artists, art directors and animators • 7% producers and directors and • 7% photographers The products of these disciplines represent 6.4% of the U.S. economy and over $126 billion annually in revenue from foreign trade. Read more at Arts in the Workforce.
  19. 19. 1912 Night skywriter Loop-the Loop Snap roll on top of the loop Flying school in world U.S. Airmail Japan and China Fly alone at night Only to enlist WWI Trained WWI fighter pilots Airport in San Antonio
  20. 20. In 1925, he graduated from the Army's flight- training school at Brooks and Kelly fields. In 1927 he flew the Spirit of ST Louis from New York to France.
  21. 21. GUTZON BORGLUM August 10, 1927
  22. 22. School of Aviation Medicine 1926
  23. 23. 1927
  24. 24. “Air City” Harold Clark - Largest construction project undertaken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers since the Panama Canal. 1930
  25. 25. Durrell “Dee” Howard, The Dee Howard Company Hall of Fame Insert Images Dee Howard 1947
  26. 26. Math ENG Tech Innovation Technology Processes & Design How do we cultivate innovation and innovators? STEM Science
  27. 27. Since 1979, 32,768 middle school and high school students have successfully completed at least one summer component of TexPREP. Of these students, 81% have been members of minority groups and 53% have been women. Of the 16,617 who are of college age 5,711 responded to the 2011 annual survey. - 99.99% are high school graduates. - 90% of the college attendees are college graduates. - 74% of the senior college graduates are members of underrepresented minority groups. - 44% of the senior college graduates are engineering, mathematics, science or computer science majors.
  28. 28. 1947 “Science
  29. 29. . The United States Air Force Security Service 1948
  30. 30. There are between 3.8 and 5.8 million people in the US employed in NIT. Computer and mathematical occupations are projected to add 785,700 new jobs from 2008 to 2018. As a group, these jobs are forecast to grow more than twice as fast as the average for all occupations in the economy.
  31. 31. Cyber Patriot Read more:
  32. 32. The meaning of STEM is culturally bound.
  33. 33. 44 1948, Col. Harry Armstrong, “Aero medical Problems of Space Travel”
  34. 34. BrigadierGeneralRobertF.McDermott FoundingDean,USAirForceAcademy 1954
  35. 35. Health CTE Arts Innovation Technology Processes & Design How do we cultivate innovation and innovators? Character Academic
  36. 36. General Bernard Schriever Feb. 19, 1957 Inaugural Air Force Office of Scientific Research Astronautics Symposium in San Diego. Commander of Western Development Division Headquarters Charles Wilson
  37. 37. Alamo Heights
  38. 38. US First-EISD Andrew Schuetze San Antonio,TX High School
  39. 39. spaceTEAMS San Antonio,TX Middle School
  40. 40. Elementary spaceTEAMS San Antonio,TX Robot competition plus career and academic exploration and history of science and technology.
  41. 41. Pemmaraju Rao, SFBR Cancer Research: immuno-diagnostic area of steroid hormones (chemotherapy) 1958
  42. 42. John F. Kennedy, Nov 21, 1963 Man-In-Space Program
  43. 43. Lt. Colonel Edward White June 3, 1965
  44. 44. Gus Grissom, Roger Chaffee and Ed White January 26, 1967
  45. 45. July 20, 1969
  46. 46. Hall of Fame1961 - 2002 William A. Mallow SwRI
  47. 47. 1972 PC Architecture 1977 LAN ARCNET 1968
  48. 48. William Barker, Data Race @ 1969
  49. 49. John Vrzalik, Kinetic Concepts 1976
  50. 50. John Taboada, Ph.D. Taboada Research Instruments, Inc. 1979
  51. 51. Julio C. Palmaz, M.D., UTHSC Richard Schatz, M.D., Brooks 1988 Palmaz-Schatz Stent®
  52. 52. Robert Rodriguez Edgar Rice Burroughs' science fiction classic 'Princess of Mars' for Paramount Pictures. 1992
  53. 53. WheelGroup Network Security Cisco Extends Leadership in End-To End Network Security Products SAN JOSE, Calif. February 18, 1998 Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held WheelGroup Corporation of San Antonio, Texas. Under the terms of the acquisition, between 1.8 and 2.0 million shares of Cisco common stock will be exchanged for the outstanding shares and options of WheelGroup. Based upon Ciscos February 18 closing price of $65.50 the stock exchanged would have a value of approximately $124 million. 1995 - 1998
  54. 54. Wheel Group Culture of Innovation Secure Logix Secure Info Novus Edge
  55. 55. The Cassini spacecraft, launched in Oct. 1997 for an 11-year mission to the Saturn system .
  56. 56. ©numedeon,inc.2004 2000
  57. 57. First VLSI implementation of the IEEE 802.11b wireless LAN protocol known as Wi-Fi (Michael Fischer, Intersil) Very large-scale integration allowing over 100,000 transistors on a chip
  58. 58. Richard V. Butler, Ph.D. Mary E. Stefl, Ph.D. Trinity University SFBR is home to the world's largest computer cluster devoted to statistical genetic analysis. Home of military medicine. 2005
  59. 59. Dr. Rebecca Rico Hess
  60. 60. JohnBlangero,Ph.D. ComputationalGenetics
  61. 61. Miguel Yacaman, who heads UTSA's physics and astronomy department, shows off images taken by the world's most powerful electron microscope, nicknamed 'Helenita' after King Ranch heiress Helen Groves, whose gift was used to buy the device. / SA
  62. 62. Avatar, Star Wars: Episode 2, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Lord of the Rings, The Passion of the Christ, Spider-Man 2, The Matrix, Pirates of the Caribbean, Black Hawk Down, Star Trek Nemesis, AI, Jimmy Neutron, Jurassic Park III, Spy Kids, Charlie’s Angels, The Gladiator, Red Planet, Titanic. Tim Jenison
  63. 63. 82 Since going public on August 8, 2008, the company’s stock has soared from $12.50 a share to more than $56 a share today. The company has a market capitalization of $6.5 billion. 2008
  64. 64. 2009 – Activation of 24th Air Force Home of Air Force Cyber
  65. 65. The meaning of STEM is culturally bound.
  66. 66. “San Antonio is a city of the future.” Fujio Cho, President and CEO of Toyota Motor Corporation
  67. 67. CACI Northrop Grumman Lockheed Martin General Electric Pratt & Whitney Chromalloy Proxtronics Veridian Mitre Telcordia OnBoard Soft Secure INFO dNovus Frontline Systems Karta Secure LOGIX Titan Adtech Diligent Denim Group 21102010
  68. 68. Brain Power