Events




2016

July

Globe at Night
June 27-July 6, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




Entrepreneurship In Action in STEM and Applications at PCC
PCC Staff and Faculty Members, featuring Dr. Raj Murthy
Friday, July 22, 9:00 -10:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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Innovator's Toolbox: Research, Invention, Innovation and the Stanford Biodesign Process
Paul Consigny, Ph.D., MBA, Medical device innovator and translational research scientist
Friday, July 22, 10:30 am-noon
PCC West Campus Library

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The Venture Lifecycle Part One: Starting Up and the Path to Patenting and Production
Todd Jarvis, Attorney, Breen Olson & Trenton, LLP
Friday, July 29, 10:00-11:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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August

Globe at Night
July 28-August 6, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




Project Management: Best Practices for Innovation
Kevin Milton, IT Manager, PCC, and Michael Peel, PCC
Friday, August 12, 10:00-11:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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The Venture Lifecycle Part Two: Transitioning Research to Commercialization
Todd Jarvis, Attorney, Breen Olson & Trenton, LLP
Friday, August 26, 10:00-11:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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New and Emerging STEAM Outreach and Workforce Development Areas
Michael Peel, PCC, and Dan Jones, Beyond Horizons Space Consulting
Saturday, August 27, 9:00 am-noon
PCC West Campus Library

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September

Globe at Night
August 25-September 3, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




Innovative Learning Spaces at PCC and in Tucson and Arizona and Future Opportunities to Explore
Frank Velasquez, PCC, and Innovative Learning Spaces site visits (Xerocraft, MIT Fab Lab)
Friday September 9, 9:00 am-1:00 pm
PCC West Campus Library and additional Tucson sites

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Engineering and Creative Problem Solving: Strategies and Techniques
Dr. Alexander Shayevich, Lead Faculty Member, PCC Engineering Department
Friday September 16, 10:00-11:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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General Fluency in Innovation: The skill set needed to explain to colleagues, researchers and investors what we know, what we want and what we need them to do
Sheila Tobias, author of 14 books about science, math, and the "professional plus" for STEM. See sheilatobias.com
Friday September 23, 10:00-11:30 am
PCC West Campus Library

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October

Globe at Night
October 21-31, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.





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November

Globe at Night
November 20-30, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.





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December

Globe at Night
December 20-30, 2016

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.





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