CTE professor selected as visiting scholar
Dr. Adam Manley, assistant professor of career and technical education, has been selected as a visiting scholar for the 2013 National Training Institute's program for industrial and technical teacher educators and trainers. The National Joint Apprenticeship and Training committee for the Electrical Industry hosts the summer training institute. The visiting scholar program was established in 2006 to recruit outstanding industrial and technical education professionals to teach at the summer institute.
Posted April 16
Interior design students visit Herman Miller
Interior design students enrolled in Beth Jarl’s Studio III class recently visited Herman Miller's corporate headquarters buildings. The class toured the manufacturing floor of the Green House where they saw task seating being made. They also visited the newly renovated design yard that uses the canvas furniture system, which the students are assigned to apply to their current assignments this semester. This trip was planned as part of the research phase of the office design project.
Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus furniture company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service, and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees. Innovative ways to improve the performance of our customers’ organizations have become our hallmark. Their award-winning furniture and related services and technologies are available through dealers and retailers around the world.
Posted March 28
Outstanding Career and Technical Education Research Journal Article Award
Dr. Adam Manley, Assistant Professor in Career and Technical Education (CTE), recently received The Outstanding Career and Technical Education Research Journal Article Award. This is an award granted by the Association of CTE Research (ACTER). The journal is the top research journal in the CTE field. It is an honor bestowed to one individual each year.
Posted January 15