While we know that everything is kind of crazy right now, you are all getting very used to being on Zoom(!), so please join us for this exciting opportunity.
On April 8th, we have the third in a series of meetings with engineers from Lockheed Martin. See below for details.
idea of this series is to start connecting teachers with industry
partners who are willing to embark on projects with your students.
These discussions are to introduce you with people at Lockheed Martin
who are wanting to work with educators and introduce your students to
the world of aerospace and engineering.
To get the most out of this, I would ask that you come prepared. Take a look at the job description below for the first presenter and have your students do a little research and come up with a few questions for you to ask during the session. If you then want to try and get together with one or more of the people that we introduce you too and connect them with your class for a session or two, we will work with you to get that organized.
VIA Zoom Videoconferencing: CLICK HERE TO JOIN CONFERENCEDarin Bolthouse is the Manager of Collaborative Human Immersive Lab (CHIL) in Littleton, Colorado. The CHIL is an advanced Virtual Reality (VR) center at Lockheed Martin for the design, production, and operation of space systems such as the next generation GPSIII satellites and the Orion human spaceflight vehicle. Darin has managed the CHIL lab since it opened in 2011. Prior to Lockheed Martin, his background includes 15 years in the automotive industry. Working for General Motors, his responsibilities spanned from assembly line design to standing up new assembly plants for future vehicle programs. After 8 years with General Motors, he worked as a manufacturing consultant focused on improving production operations through the use of advanced modeling and simulation for companies including Toyota, Honda, Harley Davidson, and Tesla Motors. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering and Master of Information Management Degree from Washington University in St. Louis