Event Category: STEM

NSF HSI Hispanic STEM Webinar

The NSF National Resource Hub for STEM Education at Hispanic Serving Institutions will provide HSIs with resources for building institutional capacity that will increase STEM student retention and degree completion (NSF Awards 1832338 and 1832345). The Hub is a collaborative effort between New Mexico State University (NMSU), California State University at Northridge (CSUN), and Dona Ana Community College (DACC).

NSF HSI Hispanic STEM Webinar

The NSF National Resource Hub for STEM Education at Hispanic Serving Institutions will provide HSIs with resources for building institutional capacity that will increase STEM student retention and degree completion (NSF Awards 1832338 and 1832345). The Hub is a collaborative effort between New Mexico State University (NMSU), California State University at Northridge (CSUN), and Dona Ana Community College (DACC).

Control and Interoperability Challenges in New Energy and eMobility Systems

This presentation will discuss different control solutions and system architecture for managing such future grid and related electronics loads. This talk explores the key topics include Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing for renewable energy systems, electrified transportation strategies and Grid-following, Grid-forming converters for such applications.

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AISES Region 3 2021 Conference iserna Fri, 03/12/2021 - 10:26

Every spring the seven Regional Conferences gather student and professional members to champion each other and expand their knowledge and skills through a wide variety of workshops and sessions.

Regional Conferences are typically held at college campuses, hosted by the school’s AISES Chapter. Many professional members participate as mentors and speakers, sharing their expertise and facilitating discussions in areas like engineering, environmental science, or on crossovers between traditional ecological knowledge and western science.

 

Evaluation as a Strength of Your Grant Proposal iserna Fri, 03/12/2021 - 10:11

Rachel Boren earned her Ph.D. in Educational Research, Statistics, and Evaluation from the University of Virginia, where she was trained in program evaluation and research methods in education and the social sciences. She has a diverse portfolio of training and experience with program evaluation and research in education and healthcare, most recently as an evaluator for the Provost’s Office at the University of Texas at El Paso and the Director of Evaluation for a 70 million-dollar National Institutes of Health funded center based at the University of Washington.

AISES and Berkeley Haas Present: 1st Generation Entrepreneurship

AISES and Berkeley Haas Present: 1st Generation Entrepreneurship - Building a Business Without a Financial Safety Net

Berkeley Haas is proud to present a webinar as part of an ongoing partnership with AISES focusing on how entrepreneurs can manage startup risk, especially without a financial safety net. The agenda will include: Welcome from AISES and Berkeley Haas, followed by a discussion with Berkeley Haas MBA students, staff, and faculty, including Berkeley Haas MBA Lecturer, Whitney Hischier.