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Award Number1932940Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-10-01Expiration Date2023-09-30Funding Amount$348,450
There is a growing national demand for students with the content knowledge and skills needed to enter college level technician education programs and the skilled technical workforce. Robotics competitions are popular venues for engaging students in STEM disciplines. Such competitions can connect students, mentors, and institutions to a variety of successful and engaging technology-based programs. The Marine Advanced Technology Education Center (MATE) has supported the Remotely Operated Vehicl…
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-8097-3.ch009Published Date2019-01-01JournalAdvances in Library and Information Science, 2019-01-01
The San José State University Library first became involved in social media in 2011 with the formation of a social media team. The team quickly realized that maintaining an academic library's social media presence—creating original content, monitoring posts and feeds, and maximizing exposure to the library's target audience—can take a sizeable chunk of time. Additionally, it is important to understand student preferences regarding the kind of content they are interested in seeing from their u…
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ID29518561Published Date2018-07-01JournalMolecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2018-07-01, Volume 124
Loss or stark reduction of the free-swimming medusa or jellyfish stage is common in the cnidarian class Hydrozoa. In the hydrozoan clade Trachylina, however, many species do not possess a sessile polyp or hydroid stage. Trachylines inhabiting freshwater and coastal ecosystems (i.e., Limnomedusae) possess a metagenetic life cycle involving benthic, sessile polyp and free-swimming medusa. In contrast, the paradigm is that open ocean inhabiting, oceanic trachylines (in the orders Narcomedusae an…
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Award Number1757373Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2018-05-15Expiration Date2021-04-30Funding Amount$344,610
The Marine Advanced Technology Center (MATE) at the Monterey Peninsula College will continue to manage a program that places interns in at-sea technical positions in collaboration with the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) and the United States Coast Guard (USCG). The program will provide 12-14 undergraduate students with two to twelve-week internships and one student with a six-month internship each year for the next three years (2018-2021). MATE interns work with m…
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IDDOI:10.1525/abt.2016.78.1.35Published Date2016-01-01JournalThe American Biology Teacher, 2016-01-01, Volume 78
Models are simplified representations of more complex systems that help scientists structure the knowledge they acquire. As such, they are ubiquitous and invaluable in scientific research and communication. Because science education strives to make classroom activities more closely reflect science in practice, models have become integral teaching and learning tools woven throughout the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Although model-based learning and curriculum are not novel in educ…
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Award Number1502046Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2015-07-15Expiration Date2020-12-31Funding Amount$1,710,540
Marine technology is vital to many aspects of our national economy. This project characterizes and researches trends in the ocean workforce, identifies the knowledge and skills this workforce needs, places this information in the hands of educational institutions at all levels, and works to ensure that curricula and programs are appropriately preparing students for the workplace. MATE's programs represent unique approaches to engaging students in science, technology, engineering, and math (ST…
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Award Number1505423Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2015-02-01Expiration Date2015-07-31Funding Amount$50,000
There is a critical need in this nation for well-educated, well-prepared STEM professionals. Ocean industries, in particular, are experiencing a severe shortage of skilled workers, with the demand for electronics technicians, engineers, and computer scientists at the top of their lists. This project seeks to address the demand for STEM professionals, with a focus on those with knowledge of ocean applications, by building the pipeline of students interested in and well-prepared for STEM career…
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Award Number1359474Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2014-06-01Expiration Date2019-05-31Funding Amount$316,562
The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center will continue its marine technical internship program, which represents a partnership with University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) and the United States Coast Guard (USCG). The program will provide 14 undergraduate students with two to eight week internships and one student with a six-month internship each year for the next three years (2014-2017). MATE interns work with marine technicians and scientists onboard UNOLS …
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Award Number1312333Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2013-09-15Expiration Date2020-08-31Funding Amount$2,048,933
The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center at the Monterey Community College in collaboration with Washington State University is engaging in a scale-up study of the remote operated vehicle (ROV) program to new audiences of middle and high school students and teachers. Using a train the trainers approach, the MATE ROV project is conducting at least 45 regional professional development workshops in 15 regions for a total of 500 teachers. Scaling-up the project also includes the dev…
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