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SEAVa Welcomes Lori Koch as a Board Member

As AWC's manager of educational outreach, Lori handles the helpdesk and works to expand continuing education resources regarding the use of wood in safe and sustainable buildings for building officials, engineers and designers. Graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s in civil engineering, and from Clemson University with a master’s in civil engineering. Her research at...

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AMCA Welcomes Tim Mathson as Principal Engineer

As the primary developer of AMCA’s new fan-efficiency metric and fan energy index (FEI), Tim Mathson joins AMCA after more than 30 years with a major fan manufacturer and AMCA member. His experience includes both engineering and test-laboratory management. He has been active member of ASHRAE Technical Committee 5.1, Fans, and has presented several ASHRAE seminars.

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Gen3 to Share Knowhow on CAF Projects with HDP

High Density Packaging User Group announced Gen3 has become newest member. Gen3’s expert knowledge in the contamination and solderability fields of electronics reliability testing, and the development of the respective international standards, will be a great addition. Expertise and capability in reliability testing and failure analysis will be a addition to the combined capabilities of members.

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U.S. SBA Participants Visiting Calumet Electronics will Focus on Businesses, Governments, and Other Organizations to Provide Technical Education Opportunities

The Trump administration today is recognizing IPC member Calumet Electronics in Calumet, Michigan, for its efforts to expand its skilled workforce. Chris Pilkerton, Acting Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration is visiting Calumet Electronics to walk the factory floor and learn about the manufacturing process for printed circuit boards (PCBs) used in aerospace, defense, power...

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U.S. Small Business Administration Recognizes IPC Over Skilled Workforce

Trump administration recognized IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® and its member companies for their efforts to expand the skilled workforce. IPC supports such efforts and has made multi-million-dollar investments in its educational programs, including trainings and certifications for adult workers; new university chapters and electronics courses; and new curricula aimed at...

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CAGC Committee Distributed $12,000 Scholarship to Four Deserving Students

The Carolinas AGC Foundation Scholarship program that help individuals studying for careers in the construction industry and for those who wants to advance their skills and knowledge has been announced for the year 2019. Committee choose three candidates from University/4-Year College and one candidate from Tech/Trade School. The committee distributed $6,000 scholarship to Joe Livesay, $3,000 to...

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GAERF Recognized Talented Graphic Communications Contestants at Skillsusa Competition

Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation managed by the association for PRINT Technologies, recognized talented graphic communications contestants who participated in the SkillsUSA 55th Annual National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) Championships. Largest skills competition in the world, more than 6,500 outstanding career and technical education high school and college-level...

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ITA has Received $21,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation

The International Titanium Association and International Titanium Foundation in a partnership with Michigan State University, has received a $21,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Funds from NSF will be used to support up to 15 college students in metallurgy, engineering and advanced manufacturing technologies, enabling the students to attend the TITANIUM USA2019 conference and...

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