1. The Benning Report October 6, 2014

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    Women invited to attend a potential Ranger School Assessment The 75th Ranger Regiment celebrates 30 Years on Fort Benning Hispanic Heritage Month Observance Prescriptions Turned in on National Take Back Day Martin Army Community Hospital Gets Ready to Open Maneuver and Fires Come Together to Test Technology The STEM Program Teaches at Fort Benning Schools Santa's Helpers Raise Money with a Color Run Sesame Street USO Tour Excites Children of Fort Benning

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    • Cycling Causes Promo

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      Cycling Causes is doing all it can to promote cycling, and living healthier, happier lives.

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      • Factory eNova - Laser Cutting, Laser Engraving, & 3D Printing Studio in Orange County

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        http://www.factoryenova.com Factory eNova brings the factory experience into your hands by providing personalized gifts with our engraving and cutting services, educational workshops on emerging digital desktop machinery and unique private parties. We are your local do it yourself studio with lasers and 3d printers. Find More Info: http://www.facebook.com/factoryenova http://www.twitter.com/factoryenova http://www.pintrest.com/factoryenova http://www.plus.google.com/1020447766... Video: Bergwind Marketing http://www.bergwindmarketing.com Music: "Saturday" by Josh Woodward http://www.joshwoodward.com

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        • 2012 IKE Presentation - Group 3 - KapCC STEM Program

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          IKE is a six-campus UH system collaboration focused on the development of a pre-engineering pathway in the community colleges. This effort specifically focuses on developing a framework supportive of Native Hawaiian students in pursuit of engineering careers. Native Hawaiians and other minority groups are consistently underrepresented in modern science and engineering fields; the intent of 'IKE is that through the evolution of successful pre-engineering programs in the UH system, we will gain insights on engineering education best practices that may be applied to other indigenous-serving higher-education institutions. In the short term, the goals of 'IKE are to (1) create a quality pre-engineering core curriculum that prepares Native Hawaiian students and other underrepresented students for progressively higher-level courses in engineering and to (2) build a community of practice in engineering that connects Native Hawaiian and other students, mentors, undergraduate researchers, advisors, cohorts, faculty instructors and researchers, and community partners including professionals as well as elders and community-based organizations. Above is a video of one of the student group presentations. One of the main projects the students participated in during the 2012 IKE Summer Bridge Program was electric guitar building. At the conclusion of the project, the students completed a fully functioning electric guitar and gave a presentation on what they learned through the process. For more information about the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program or the Summer Bridges, please contact: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kokio 202 Honolulu, HI 96816 Phone: (808) 734-9425 Fax: (808) 734-9151 Email: kccstem@hawaii.edu or stemkcc@gmail.com Website: http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com/KCCSTEM

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          • 2012 IKE Presentations - Group 4 - KapCC STEM Program

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            IKE is a six-campus UH system collaboration focused on the development of a pre-engineering pathway in the community colleges. This effort specifically focuses on developing a framework supportive of Native Hawaiian students in pursuit of engineering careers. Native Hawaiians and other minority groups are consistently underrepresented in modern science and engineering fields; the intent of 'IKE is that through the evolution of successful pre-engineering programs in the UH system, we will gain insights on engineering education best practices that may be applied to other indigenous-serving higher-education institutions. In the short term, the goals of 'IKE are to (1) create a quality pre-engineering core curriculum that prepares Native Hawaiian students and other underrepresented students for progressively higher-level courses in engineering and to (2) build a community of practice in engineering that connects Native Hawaiian and other students, mentors, undergraduate researchers, advisors, cohorts, faculty instructors and researchers, and community partners including professionals as well as elders and community-based organizations. Above is a video of one of the student group presentations. One of the main projects the students participated in during the 2012 IKE Summer Bridge Program was electric guitar building. At the conclusion of the project, the students completed a fully functioning electric guitar and gave a presentation on what they learned through the process. For more information about the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program or the Summer Bridges, please contact: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kokio 202 Honolulu, HI 96816 Phone: (808) 734-9425 Fax: (808) 734-9151 Email: kccstem@hawaii.edu or stemkcc@gmail.com Website: http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com/KCCSTEM

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            • 2012 IKE Presentation - Group 2 - KapCC STEM Program

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              IKE is a six-campus UH system collaboration focused on the development of a pre-engineering pathway in the community colleges. This effort specifically focuses on developing a framework supportive of Native Hawaiian students in pursuit of engineering careers. Native Hawaiians and other minority groups are consistently underrepresented in modern science and engineering fields; the intent of 'IKE is that through the evolution of successful pre-engineering programs in the UH system, we will gain insights on engineering education best practices that may be applied to other indigenous-serving higher-education institutions. In the short term, the goals of 'IKE are to (1) create a quality pre-engineering core curriculum that prepares Native Hawaiian students and other underrepresented students for progressively higher-level courses in engineering and to (2) build a community of practice in engineering that connects Native Hawaiian and other students, mentors, undergraduate researchers, advisors, cohorts, faculty instructors and researchers, and community partners including professionals as well as elders and community-based organizations. Above is a video of one of the student group presentations. One of the main projects the students participated in during the 2012 IKE Summer Bridge Program was electric guitar building. At the conclusion of the project, the students completed a fully functioning electric guitar and gave a presentation on what they learned through the process. For more information about the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program or the Summer Bridges, please contact: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kokio 202 Honolulu, HI 96816 Phone: (808) 734-9425 Fax: (808) 734-9151 Email: kccstem@hawaii.edu or stemkcc@gmail.com Website: http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com/KCCSTEM

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              • 2012 IKE Presentation - Group 1 - KapCC STEM Program

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                IKE is a six-campus UH system collaboration focused on the development of a pre-engineering pathway in the community colleges. This effort specifically focuses on developing a framework supportive of Native Hawaiian students in pursuit of engineering careers. Native Hawaiians and other minority groups are consistently underrepresented in modern science and engineering fields; the intent of 'IKE is that through the evolution of successful pre-engineering programs in the UH system, we will gain insights on engineering education best practices that may be applied to other indigenous-serving higher-education institutions. In the short term, the goals of 'IKE are to (1) create a quality pre-engineering core curriculum that prepares Native Hawaiian students and other underrepresented students for progressively higher-level courses in engineering and to (2) build a community of practice in engineering that connects Native Hawaiian and other students, mentors, undergraduate researchers, advisors, cohorts, faculty instructors and researchers, and community partners including professionals as well as elders and community-based organizations. Above is a video of one of the student group presentations. One of the main projects the students participated in during the 2012 IKE Summer Bridge Program was electric guitar building. At the conclusion of the project, the students completed a fully functioning electric guitar and gave a presentation on what they learned through the process. For more information about the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program or the Summer Bridges, please contact: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kokio 202 Honolulu, HI 96816 Phone: (808) 734-9425 Fax: (808) 734-9151 Email: kccstem@hawaii.edu or stemkcc@gmail.com Website: http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com/KCCSTEM

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                • CCURI Conference - Down Time Photos - KapCC STEM Program

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                  This is a collection of photos from the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program trip to the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) Conference. The conference took place earlier in 2012 and was held in Arizona. The KapCC STEM Program sent faculty and staff member representatives to the conference to learn ways of improving the undergraduate research programs at KapCC. To learn more about CCURI, please visit: http://ccuri.org/. To learn more about the STEM Program, please contact: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kokio 202 Honolulu, HI 96816 Phone: (808) 734-9425 Fax: (808) 734-9151 Email: kccstem@hawaii.edu or stemkcc@gmail.com Website: http://stem.kcc.hawaii.edu Facebook: www.facebook.com/KCCSTEM

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