The Industry and Business Implementation Team for the National Science Foundation Engineering Technology Instrumentation Project at Galveston College met in conjunction with the Electrical/Electronics Technology Advisory Committee on Sept. 28 to discuss plans for 2018-19 and to tour the Electrical/Electronic Technology and Instrumentation Technology labs at the Charlie Thomas Family Applied Technology Center.
Members of the team include representatives from Galveston College, government agencies, and businesses and industries that typify stakeholders providing almost 3,000 new electrical, electronics and instrumentation technology opportunities within the next few years.
Above, Keith Gray of CenterPoint Energy and Dr. Laimutis Bytautas, co-principal investigator of the Engineering Technology Instrumentation Project funded by National Science Foundation at Galveston College, visit with Dr. Mike Stickney, adjunct instructor of Instrumentation Technology at Galveston College, and Tim Schilling of UTMB. Below at left, Galveston College student Jackson Manis discusses his experiences with the group, as Vice President of Instruction Dr. Cissy Matthews looks on. At right, industry representative George Walker discusses the needs of businesses in the Gulf Coast region.