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Funds will help students in U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe and South Africa
Monday, August 19, 2013

DEARBORN, Mich., OXNARD, Calif., (August 19, 2013) — The Gene Haas Foundation continued its commitment to education and training today by making a gift of $1 million for scholarships in manufacturing and machining training and education to benefit as many as 1,000 students in North America, Europe and South Africa. In a ceremony next to the Haas Technical Education Center on the Glendale (Calif.) Community College campus, Gene Haas Foundation Board Chair Bob Murray presented a check to Kathy Burnham of the SME Education Foundation, which will administer the scholarship fund. “Manufacturing i . . .

The Gene Haas Foundation Awards $ 40,500 to SkillsUSA & SkillsCanada

Monday, June 24, 2013

150 SkillsUSA state Gold Medal winners will compete in three machining contest areas, Precision Machining Technology (PMT), CNC Milling & CNC Turning in Kansas City on June 24-27 at Bartle Hall. These contests are coordinated by NIMS, The National Institute for Metalworking Skills and major sponsors include Haas Automation, Inc., Sandvik Coromant, The Society of Manufacturing Engineers – SME, LS Starrett, Industrial Press and Immersive Engineering. Learn more at We hope to see many of you who will be attending SkillsUSA this year. 18 SkillsUSA Medal Winners at the three . . .

Vincennes University HTEC Welcomes New CNC Instructor

Bob Nash Joins the HTEC Professional Staff in the ICAT
Friday, June 21, 2013

The Vincennes University Business and Industry Division is excited to announce that Bob Nash has joined the Professional Staff in the Indiana Center for Applied Technology (ICAT). Bob's primary responsibilities will included joining HTEC Director Doug Bowman in teaching NIMS based CNC training classes, and to maintain the several machine tools in the CNC lab. Bob brings a wealth of experience to the position. A veteran of 14 years of service in the Vincennes University Precision Manufacturing Technology Program where he taught a wide veriety of classes, as well as maintained over a hundred ma . . .

Workshops for Warriors Instructors Attend Training at VU HTEC

CNC Lathe and Mastercam Multi-axis Training
Thursday, June 6, 2013

Vincennes University hosted seven days of CNC lathe and Mastercam Multi-axis training for four instructors from the Workshops for Warriors program in San Diego California.The Gene Haas Foundation helped out by providing Teacher Training Scholarships, and VU instructors Bob Nash conducted the lathe training and Doug Bowman provided the Mastercam instruction. 'It was a great week! I am really impressed by what Workshops for Warriors is doing, and we are glad to help out in any way that we can. It was a pleasure to host the training and to work with such a great group of guys.' - Doug Bowman, V . . .

U.S. Manufacturing: The World's Third Largest Economy

Technical Education Magazine
Friday, March 22, 2013 1 comment

U.S. Manufacturing: The World's Third Largest Economy Author: Greg Galdabini During the recent recession, many observers wrote American manufacturing's obituary, claiming that it could no longer be a world leader because of intense competition from low-cost competitors. As ESPN College Gameday host Lee Corso is apt to say, "Not so fast, my friend." The U.S. manufacturing sector generates $1.7 trillion in value each year—equivalent to nearly 12% of GDP. It supports over 17 million U.S. jobs. About 12 million Americans—or 9% of the workforce—are directly employed in the manufacturing indust . . .

Vincennes University Receives Donation from Sandvik

Monday, March 4, 2013

VINCENNES, Ind. - Sandvik Coromant has donated a $3,000 tooling certificate to Vincennes University’s HTEC CNC Training Center. Sandvik representatives Frank Hornaday and Troy Wilt visited VU on Wednesday to present the certificate. Hornady says the company’s goal is to support VU’s HTEC with the proper tooling needed to offer a Mastercam CNC Lathe Certification class.

“There is a great future in manufacturing and there is a huge demand for graduates coming out of schools like VU. I am in a sales role so I am out in the field a lot working with different companies and they just cannot . . .

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