SOLIDWORKS World celebrates our community of Educators, Students, Makers, and Researchers. In and out of the classroom, SOLIDWORKS is preparing skilled students to get the best jobs.
We couldn’t achieve this success without the help of educators from university, college, community college, and high school present at key break out sessions. Every presenter on the SOLIDWORKS Education Track is focused on student success. They are all SOLIDWORKS Academic Certification Providers.
|Paul Clinton & Ben Nubel||Cherokee Trail HS||Design and Fabrication Projects Using SOLIDWORKS|
|Jerry Murray||Spokane Community College||Pair Programming & Team Based Learning for SOLIDWORKS Instruction|
|Dave Zamora||Gateway Community College||Teaching Design for Machinability|
|Elisa Moss||Laney College||Project Based Learning with SOLIDWORKS|
|Cyril Jack Johnson||Elizabeth Town Community College||SOLIDWORKS and the 3D Prototype Printing Technology within the Classroom|
|David S. Nobes||University of Alberta||Educating undergrad students in solid modeling: success in the CSWA|
|Rustin Webster & Jeremey Clark||Purdue University||CAD Certifications: Just How Valuable Are They?|
Over 30,000 certified users have been achieved in 2017 by our academic providers around the world, providing qualified students to our commercial customers.
Students from UCLA Bruins Racing showcase their vehicle in the Partner Pavilion. They join students from the LA area on Wednesday for “Student Day” featuring a career skills and learning session from professional engineers that use SOLIDWORKS everyday.
We start even younger, SOLIDWORKS is the Modeling Solutions Partner and Crown Supplier to FIRST Robotics, providing the software tools to FIRST R&D engineers and 1000’s of young students to celebrate and to support Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) learning.
Researchers from Sogang University, Korea are center stage at SOLIDWORKS World, featuring Professor Kyoungchul “KC” Kong, founder of SG Robotics and SOLIDWORKS Entrepreneur. With the help of his team, KC develops various wearable robots to help those in need. Professor Kong showcases “ANGELEGS”, a wear-able robot system that helps people that have been severely impaired – walk.
On behalf of the SOLIDWORKS Education & Research team we celebrate with our community at SOLIDWORKS World. We thank the SOLIDWORKS students, educators, makers and researchers that use our software to design and make great products everyday. We also thank our commercial customers, VARs, and partners that hire students with SOLIDWORKS skills – strengthening our community. Marie.
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