Hands-on in a Nanotechnology Classroom Webinar
Does hands-on experience with nanotechnology tools impact learning? Is curriculum already available? Where does funding come from for these programs? What roadblocks have others encountered and how were they overcome?
If you are seeking answers to these questions, then please watch our webinar with instructors presenting from Wheeling High School, San Bernardino Community College and Florida Institute of Technology.
Thank you to our presenters!
Lisa del Muro is a high school science teacher from Wheeling High School in Wheeling, Illinois. Lisa specializes in nanotechnology, AP Environmental Science and Physics.
Megan Crail is the Interim Assistant Director of the Applied Technology Training Center (ATTC) from the San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD). The focus is on training in technology fields based on needs in the San Bernardino area. She can be reached at 909-382-4001. The website for the Economic Development & Corporate Training Division is https://www.edctraining.org/.
Dr. Jim Brenner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Florida Institute of Technology. He co-founded a nanoscience minor program to introduce engineering students to the principles and tools used in nanotechnology. Jim can be reached at 321-749-3437 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.