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This webinar will be a discussion of Washington College's desire to create a web presence that creates a directory of electric boat teams that showcases their accomplishments and members. There will also be time for teams to discuss interest in leveraging purchasing power to acquire reputable materials at bulk costs.


Date & Time: September 12th, 2022; 1900-2000 ET (Presentation with live Q&A discussion)
Audience: All PEP students interested in more collaboration.
Virtual Course Format: This presentation and discussion will occur in Microsoft Teams. If you do not have Teams, you will be able to view this event in your browser.
Enrollment Fee: FREE!
Professional Development Hours: 0.00 Hours
Questions: Please email education@navalengineers.org or call ASNE HQ at (703) 836-6727.


Presenter's Biography

Brian Palmer, Director, Digital Media Services

Washington College

Many of you met Brian Palmer as the guy with the trustworthy chaseboat during the PEP 2022 competition. When he is not behind the wheel, Brian is a Director of Digital Media Services at Washington College. He has been teaching and supporting Washington College for 16 years, and is one of the forces behind the thriving IDEAWORKS Makerspace.

Currently, he is working with regional partners to develop physical space and a dynamic community that can support the growth and maturation of the marine electric-propulsion market.

Brian has also co-authored 63 Ready-to-Use Maker Projects.


September 12, 2022 Webinar Details Technical Requirements to Participate

You will be able to participate in this event using your favorite browser, or Microsoft Teams if you prefer.


Event Invitation

On midday September 12th, an invitation with the link will be sent to you. Please also check Spam or junk mail if you expected the registration email and it was not received.


Register Online

Questions: Please contact ASNE at education@navalengineers.org or (703) 836-6727.


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