OSEH 40th Anniversary Celebration

In 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Act was signed into law, creating the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). As both OSHA and NIOSH celebrate 50 years of helping to keep American workers safe and healthy, the Millersville University Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology Department (AEST) marks the 40th Anniversary of the Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (OSEH) Program! Continue reading “OSEH 40th Anniversary Celebration”

Day of STEM: One Student’s Vision

Evelyn Dais is currently an undergraduate student studying Robotics and Control Systems Technology Management. Within the past year, she joined a newly formed organization called the National Society of Black Engineers. Upon joining this organization, Evelyn wanted to make an impact on underrepresented students in STEM fields. Although many initiatives are getting more student involvement in these fields, she believed there is more to be done, more than “students” can do to remind other students of their potential. Ms. Dais has worked tirelessly towards bringing like-minded individuals together to make her vision of an event as successful as possible.

“Change takes time but with every action taken, we are getting closer to giving our students a better tomorrow.” -Dias

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‘Ville Prof Awarded Teacher Educator of the Year Award

Millersville’s Dr. Scott Warner is joining an elite group of educators. He was recently  selected by his peers on the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE) to be the Technology and Engineering Teacher Educator of the Year for 2021. The CTETE is an affiliate organization of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA). He was honored at the 83rd annual conference of the ITEEA. Continue reading “‘Ville Prof Awarded Teacher Educator of the Year Award”