MSTEM 2016

formerly National Educators Workshop

Everything Starts with Materials

November 6-8, 2016 - Tulsa, OK

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About MatEdU

MatEdU is a NSF funded resource for students and educators alike. Let us help you formulate your career path or lesson plan today!

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Core Competencies

Our core competency studies provide a set of performance indicators that technicians need to know in today's advanced manufacturing environment.

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TEAMM

Technician Education in Additive Manufacturing and Materials.

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Welcome

Learn more about Material Science! The National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education (MatEdU) is a NSF funded center housed at Edmonds Community College.
MatEdU is developing a clearinghouse of teaching materials including labs, hands-on demonstrations, modules and papers, which can easily be integrated into a variety of courses, class-room settings, and industry. The MatEdU collection is expanding rapidly with peer reviewed, classroom tested educational materials.
Questions?
Contact MatEdU at MatEdU@edcc.edu.

Features and Events

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Innovation Research Media

Mel Cossette and Tom Stoebe discuss how their research in materials science and technology education is helping to create a nationwide network of industry and educational experts

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MSTEM 2016

November 6-8, 2016 • Tulsa, OK

Materials in STEM

formerly National Educators Workshop


Everything Starts with Materials

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It All Adds Up

The Science Of Additive Manufacturing

Learn more about materials science and additive manufacturing

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Partner Spotlight on Thomas Nelson Community College

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing Center

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ASTM Committee F42 on Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Edmonds Community College on committee

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Material Science

In Everyone's Backyard

This video gives an overview of Material Science and how we encounter it in our everyday lives.