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EvaluateUR-CURE in Pilot Testing – Apply Today!

If you are teaching a course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE) in either/both the Fall 2022 or Spring 2023 semester, consider participating in the final round of the pilot implementation of EvaluateUR-CURE (known as E-CURE). E-CURE is a modification of EvaluateUR, an assessment method developed for independent student research experiences. The value of using E-CURE will far exceed the time that you and your …

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April 2022 | THINK AUTONOMOUS

The April 2022 edition of THINK AUTONOMOUS features a story from Flite Test President, Josh Bixler, information on Drone Safety Day 2022, new resources added, upcoming events and training opportunities centered around autonomous technology. See for yourself here.

Lockheed Martin awarding $5,000 to up to 150 tech students!

Lockheed Martin’s Vocational Scholarship program is awarding $5,000 to up to 150 students! In January 2020, Lockheed Martin launched the Vocational Scholarship program to support students of all ages participating in skills-based training in engineering, technology, and advanced manufacturing fields. The Vocational Scholarship program is a critical component of Lockheed Martin’s investment in workforce development …

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January 2022 | THINK AUTONOMOUS

The January 2022 edition of the THINK AUTONOMOUS Newsletter features a current Northland AMT student’s story, new center activities, including service learning mini-grants, new resources available on the website, the 2022 Northland Business Plan Competition, as well as upcoming events and industry news in the AT community. Click here to check out the full January 2022 Newsletter.

Indian American Madhur Behl wins NSF Career Award

Photo Credit: virginia.edu University of Virginia researcher earns award for making self-driving vehicles smarter and safer. Madhur Behl, an Indian American researcher at the University of Virginia, has won a National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award for making self-driving vehicles smarter and safer. Working at the School of Engineering and Applied Science, departments of …

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Lisa Bradshaw’s Story

Tell us about yourself and your backgroundI was raised in California, later moving onto Oregon, then on to Minnesota. No members of my family attended college, but I knew at a young age that I would attend college. While in high school, I attended a Society of Women Engineers (SWE) event at the University of …

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Central Lakes College and AgCentric Awarded $584,000 NSF Grant to Address Technician Workforce Gap

The National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT) is thrilled for Central Lakes Colleges and AgCentric being awarded a $584,618 National Science Foundation grant titled “Technical Applications and Agriculture” (TAA) through the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. This project will bring together community college and secondary school faculty, and industry partners to develop and implement new …

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North Dakota State College of Science to Launch One of the Nation’s First Autonomous Systems Technology Programs

The use of ground-based autonomous technologies is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years and North Dakota is working hard to lead the nation in autonomy, with a driving force being North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS). In the summer of 2020, NDSCS Professor Lonnie Wurst was approached by the college president to …

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