Note that some venues have changed as the Rules Chairs reassign sites to keep from having all the demos take place in the 1100 and 1200 Courtyards.
Gaston College Textile Technology Center and Catawba Valley CC
March 21 7:30-1:00 1200 Courtyard
James Sprunt CC
Electrical/Electronics and Viticulture and Enology
April 3 10:00-4:00 3rd-Floor Lobby of the LOB
Film and Video Production
(They've decided not to bring the Video Truck.)
May 1 8:00-4:00. 1000 Courtyard.
Agricultural Biotechnology-Micropropagation, Environmental Science Technology-Invasive Species, From Chemistry to Biodiesel
May 2 8:00-4:00. 1300 Courtyard
Medical Assisting and Electroneurodiagnostic Technology
Mary Ellen Weatherington
May 9 8:00-3:00 1200 Courtyard
General display on our Health Sciences with emphasis on Nuclear Medicine and the Positron Emission Tomography program which is, to our knowledge, the only one in the country
Respiratory Therapy (faculty and students will demonstrate small equipment)
Nursing (students will take blood pressures)
Bioprocessing Center (Center Director will show small equipment and provide brochures; Pitt CC hosts one of six NC centers originally funded by Golden Leaf grants)
University Transfer with emphasis on advising students for successful transfer to universities (the Department Chair of University Transfer and one of our counselors will provide information)
Basic Law Enforcement Training (faculty and students will answer questions)
May 16 9:00-2:00 (Or later, depending on session) 1000 Courtyard
Seamless education, high school to CC, Industrial Systems Technology, Biotech, perhaps Programmable Logic Controller.
The theme will be seamless education. We will use ninth- through twelfth-grade
high school students, first- and second-year college students
and a seamless education avenue that shows and allows students to travel
down several paths, to include four-year colleges,
maintenance employment, bio-tech employment, and PLC employment.
Our desire is to show the options that a student starting in the ninth grade would have when
all educational entities work together for the student's benefit and also to
allow for many student options.
May 23 No times yet. 1100 Courtyard
Machining and Computer Engineering
May 29 8:00-3:30 1200 Courtyard
Forsyth Tech CC
Nanotechnology. Students will be operating an atomic-force microscope.
June 5 9:00-3:00 1000 Courtyard
Forsyth Tech CC
Mechanical Engineering Technology
The instructor and two students will showcase the latest manufacturing design hardware and software using a computer workstation and a three-dimensional rapid prototyping printer. They will demonstrate how a designer can take a design idea from concept through the actual production of a prototyped part. They will also use an LCD portable projector to display the work as it is being created.
June 12 9:00-3:00 1200 Courtyard
Viticulture and Enology, and Community Spanish Interpreter
June 13 9:00-1:00 1000 Courtyard
Catawba Valley CC
Polysomnography Technology (sleep studies)
June 19 8:00-3:00 1300 Courtyard
Central Piedmont CC
Transport Systems Division, including Auto Body, Automotive and Heavy Equipment.
June 26 9:00-3:00 1200 Courtyard
Wake Tech CC
Simulation and Game Development
June 27 8:00-3:00 1300 Courtyard