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  1. The Virginia Beach Advanced Technology Center Presented to the Tidewater Association of Service Contractors [TASC] 15 September 2004 by J. Lyle Bagley, Dean Engineering and Industrial Technologies, Tidewater Community College 822-7198 jbagley@tcc.edu

  2. What: ATC at Virginia Beach • An award-winning, high-tech educational facility • > 137,000 SF of space • 2800 network connections • SOTA laboratories & classrooms • MPS in every classroom and laboratory • Most advanced computers and software programs in use today

  3. The ATC Continued • Huge atrium flanked by CADD labs • A Forum for about 40 with teleconferencing capability • Economic Development shell space • Environmental monitoring system by internet • Building-wide security system [soon] • Weather station => Electronics Lab via VI

  4. ATC Technology Theatre • Capacity of 200 • UN style seating for about 70, indiv internet • Voice actuated cameras for teleconferencing • Full Audio-Video • Divisable into three break-out rooms • Warming kitchen • Rent by the hour • Call or email Ray Tranchant at 822-7601 or Rtranchant@tcc.edu for tour and prices OR J. Lyle Bagley at 822-7198, jbagley@tcc.edu

  5. Who? • VBCPS Technology Center • VAB Office of Economic Development and TV Station • Tidewater Community College Engineering and Industrial Technology & Information Technology and Business Divisions

  6. Where? • At Princess Anne Commons • On TCC’s Virginia Beach Campus • Near to ODU/NSU HEC, Landstown HS & the new LifeNet Facility

  7. Tidewater Community College Engineering and Industrial Technology Division & IT and Business Division

  8. EGR Program • Engineering Disciplines: • Aerospace • Chemical • Civil • Computer • Electrical • Environmental • Mechanical • Mining • Metallurgical • Nuclear

  9. EGR Program • Engineering Transfers—all disciplines • ODU Engineering • Virginia Tech • Other • Scholarships for Computer Engineers Five at $1,000 each for Comp EGR

  10. CIV Program • Surveying • GPS • GIS • Inspections • Concrete • Asphalt • Soils

  11. CIV Program • ASHE Scholarship • $1500 awarded annually to an EIT student • Public Works Academy • Software Integration & GIS • Primavera P3e/c for Construction • AutoDesk Land, Civil Design, Survey • EPANet advanced analysis of flow networks • ESRI ArcGIS: 2 day GIS course w/ Va Tech • Hampton Roads GIS User Group • GPS Hardware Integration at the ATC • Partnership with VA Tech; 1 day course

  12. ETR Program - Electronics Engineering Technology - Computer Engineering Technology - Electronic Metrology

  13. ETR Pioneering of LabVIEW, Elvis • 1 of only 2 colleges teaching the LabVIEW developer courses [NI]. • 1 of the 1st to get ELVIS • NSF grant, LabVIEW integration

  14. ETR Mimio • We have lead at the college in the use of Mimeos.

  15. ETR Panasonic Training • on site • 1 year curriculum • > 40 graduates • Dramatic reduction in attrition rate

  16. NCSLI Electronic Metrology& NI Test & Measurement Scholarships

  17. IND Program • Manufacturing Engineering Technology • Mechanical Metrology • Industrial Management and Supervision • Quality Assurance • Occupational Safety

  18. IND Program • QA & Safety curricula at SIMA, Naval Base • IND courses @ Little Creek, Norfolk, Oceana • STIHL Apprenticeship programs course needs • FORD college programs for assembly line workers. • 11 online IND program courses in support of deployed military personnel • Offered co-enrollment course with the VBCPS • NCSLI Mechanical Metrology Scholarship • NI Mechanical Metrology Scholarship

  19. CADD Program • Architecture ARC • Drafting DRF • Mechanical MEC

  20. CADD Program • Articulation to HU in Architecture • NSF Grant Collaboration on Curriculum - Articulation • Presentations [e.g., at Norfolk VoTech Center ] • Regional Inventor Workshop at the ATC • High school educators throughout greater HR • Special recognition for Ralph Denton • Hunter Brooks completed his AAS Degree in December • Professional & Student Intern Program in CADD

  21. Other Initiatives by the Division • Technical Studies AAS in Manufacturing [MET] • Stihl • Visteon • Mitsubishi Chemical • Bauer Compressors • INIT • Sumitomo • MET Program Interview Day • Linked students with employers • program expansion in the following year • Internships for Technology Students

  22. Division Initiatives Cont’d . . . • Tours provided to potential partners in BIG • Governor Warner • Stihl • MiniGears • Volvo Penta • Ford Motor Company • NASA • Sumitomo • Center for Innovative Technology in VA • Visteon • Bauer Compressors . . .

  23. Division Initiatives Cont’d . . . • Tours cont’d • Science Museum of Virginia • Other Community Colleges, VCCS Chancellor • Virginia Bio Tech • VCU • ODU’s E&T Advisory Board, CWI Committee • DCS Corporation • HRSD, Norfolk Pub Wks, and the PWA • NORSHIPCO • The Division’s Technology Advisory Boards

  24. NSF Grant • $699,000 Total Curriculum Development/Equip • EIT Division Portion • 33 projects • 15 of which are collaborative with VBCPS

  25. NASA/TCC Project 2003-2005: Remedy for the Graying of America • Four Curricula Emerge as Technical Studies: • MET [existing] • MechanicalEngineering Technologist • Materials Science Technologist • General Engineering Technologist • Next phase: establish pipeline

  26. NCATC Summer Workshop 2005 • National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers • 1-3 June 2005 • Technical Papers • Theme: Progress through Partnerships

  27. Back to the presentation . . .