Engineering Technology Pathways - An Industry Roundtable Talk - Part 1

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By Vearl Turnpaugh1, Steven K. Bardonner1, Chad Laux2, Duane Dunlap2

1. Ivy Tech Community College 2. Purdue University

This video session is an Industry roundtable discussion with students concerning technical education and the career from the 2013 Engineering Technology Summit.

Version 1.0 - published on 02 Apr 2014 doi:10.4231/D3PN8XF6T - cite this Archived on 25 Oct 2016

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The Engineering Technology Pathway is an NSF supported project for the purpose of improving the Advanced Technical Workforce for the State of Indiana. This collaboration of Purdue's College of Technology and Ivy Tech Community College supports a Pathway model where student success is an objective through engagement of industry support. This video session is based upon the most recent ET Summit conducted by the ET Pathways team with the objective of bringing students and industry advisors together for the purpose of engagement. This video features Duane Dunalp from Purude University as well as Vearl Turnpaugh, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Initiative, Ivy Tech Community College and Steve Bardoner, Assistant Dean from Ivy Tech Community College.

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The included .MP4 file has been derived from an original .MOD file. This video runs 1 hour, 2 minutes, 58 seconds.

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