Events

2012 STEM Summit: Videos, PowerPoint Presentations, and Curricular Materials

The second 2012 STEM Summit (February 9th and 10th, 2012) always provides any video of the presenters, and panelists, as well as related PowerPoint presentations and curricular materials that were disseminated or created.

The Summit was sponsored by Centers of Excellence in Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing, Clean Energy, Education, and Information and Computing Technology and hosted at Bellevue College.

Industry Presentations

Robotics, IT Trends, & FIRSTWA, Kevin Ross, Chairman of Washington FIRST Robotics, representing Information and Computing Technology (Thursday, February 9, 2012)

Industry Presenter Videos

 

 Hydropower: The Power from H to O, Randy Stearnes, Tacoma Power and Chair of the Foundation for Water Energy and Education representing Clean Energy (Thursday, February 9, 2012)

Robotics, IT Trends, & FIRSTWA, Kevin Ross, Chairman of Washington FIRST Robotics, representing Information and Computing Technology (Thursday, February 9, 2012)

 

 

STEM Pays, Dave Gering, Executive Director for the Manufacturing Industrial Council representing Education (Thursday, February 9, 2012)

 

 

Engineering at Boeing, Conrad Ball, Boeing representing Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing (Thursday, February 9, 2012)

 

 

STEM Industry Panel representing Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing, Education, Energy, and Information and Computing Technology (Thursday, February 9, 2012).  The following industry professionals made up the panel, which was facilitated by Mary Kaye Bredeson, Director for the Center of Excellence for Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing.

  • Michael Fancher, Senior Program Manager, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences and Geoff Wood, Profile Composites (Aerospace)
  • Rich James, Director of Staffing, F5 Networks  (Information and Computing Technology)
  • Dennis Milliken, Program Supervisor, STEM Education, Career and Technical Education, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (Education)
  • Alice Lockridge (Clean Energy)

Educator Presentations

Cyberwatch West, Corrinne Sande, Whatcom Community College, representing Information and Computing Technology, (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

Integrating STEM in Middle Level Food Science, Peggy Templeton and Kathryn Wilkie, Central Kitsap School District, representing Education (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

Jumping off the Cliff: S.T.E.M. Implementation PreK-8, Lisa Heaman, Principal, West Hills S.T.E.M. Academy Bremerton School District, representing Information and Computing Technology (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

New Engineering Initiatives at  Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Dr Steve Addison, Lake Washington Institute of Technology, representing Aerospace (Friday, February 10, 2012)

Educator Presenter Videos

 

Jumping off the Cliff: S.T.E.M. Implementation PreK-8, Lisa Heaman, Principal, West Hills S.T.E.M. Academy Bremerton School District, representing Information and Computing Technology (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

Integrating STEM in Middle Level Food Science Peggy Templeton and Kathryn Wilkie, Central Kitsap School District (Education), February 10, 2012

 

Meeting the Challenge of Energy Management in a Carbon Constrained World, Dr. Mel Oyler, Cascadia Community College, representing Clean Energy (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

 

New Engineering Initiatives at  Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Dr Steve Addison, Lake Washington Institute of Technology, representing aerospace (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

Cyberwatch West: Increasing the Quantity and Quality of the Cybersecurity Workforce throughout the Western United States, Corrinne Sande, representing information and computing technology (Friday, February 10, 2012)

 

 Jump into STEM, Kathleen Werner, Principal, Stevens Elementary School, representing information and computing technology (Friday, February 12, 2012)

 

 

STEM Educator Panel representing Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing, Education, Energy, and Information and Computing Technology (Thursday, February 10, 2012).  The following industry professionals made up the panel, which was facilitated by Erik Tinglestad, Director for the Center of Excellence for Careers in Education:

 

  • Michael Werner, Granite Falls High School (Aerospace)
  • Steve Cotterill, Director for Career and Technical Education for the Snohomish School District (Education)
  • Sally Zieger Hanson, Workforce Research Associate at the Washington State University (WSU) Extension Energy Program (Clean Energy)
  • Mike Town, High School Science and Advanced Placement Environmental Science Teacher, Redmond High School (Information and Computing Technology)
  • Dr. Sandlin Seguin, Girls Math and Science Program Scientist in Residence at Carnegie Science Center (Information and Computing Technology)

 

Curriculum Developed by Attendees

Dr. Michele Royer facilitated the 2012 STEM Summit Curriculum Development sessions.  She has provided this initial resource, “CURRICULUM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION BEST PRACTICES” for all STEM Summit participants, as well as for any educators, students, career counselors, etc.

Develop a Renewable Energy Device & STEM  by Erin Gibbons, Amy Knudson, Blake Greisinger, Caryn Rollin, Randy Sieg

Education and STEM Biker Safety by Sunny Burns, Marty Cooksey, Rich Horger, Robert Johnson, Allison Mitchell

Heart Rate Data Displays by Jana Dean, Ashley Ingham, Kirsten McCade

Hydro-Energy & STEM by Tom Barr, Jonathan Goff, Barbara Hins-Turner, Kim Knust, Tom McCollow, Larry Price, Sandlin Seguin

Increase Awareness of a Healthy Lifestyle & STEMby James Bogesvang, Randy Davis, Alia Labin, Kathleen Werner

Information & Computing Technology Starting a Business & STEMby Jay Abrahm, Stev Andres, Mohammed Bakr, Jody Laflan, Alec McTavish, John Mithcell, Anh Nguyen, Lisa Sandoval

 Lean Manufacturing in Aerospace & Advanced Manufacturing by Mary Kaye Bredeson, Scott Dawson, Bob Nielsen, Mark Madison

Music Recording Technology & STEM by Erin Hosler, Richard Pullen, Roya Saben, Julie Sijgers, Kim Verver

To Dam or Not to Dam STEM and Energyby Sharron Leinweber, Jeff McGuire, Dan Taylor, Christy Wood

 

 

 

 

 

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