Technology & Engineering Education – Fostering the Creativity of Youth Around The Globe
Date: July 10-14, 2017
Location: Historic District of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Host Institution: Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Department of Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology
PATT 2017 will celebrate the creative nature of technology & engineering education. We invite colleagues from around the globe to submit abstracts that present research and/or developmental work related to teaching about technology and engineering through creative endeavors.
Full Conference Registration
Full conference registration is for conference presenters and attendees. In addition to conference attendance it includes access to the kick-off social hour on Monday evening, breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks Tuesday through Friday, the cultural excursion and dinner on Wednesday afternoon/evening, and a ticket to the PATT formal dinner at City Tavern on Thursday evening. Book lodging separately below.
One Day Conference Registration
This registration entitles you to attend the conference for one day only including lunch and snacks served during coffee breaks. It does not cover breakfast, the Wednesday afternoon excursion or Thursday evening dinner.
Extra Guest Ticket for Cultural Event
Extra Guest Ticket for PATT Formal Dinner
This registration is for an extra ticket to the PATT formal dinner at City Tavern on Thursday evening.
- January 15, 2017
- Closing day for submission of abstracts
- February, 2017
- Notification of approval or rejection of abstracts
- March 1, 2017
- Closing of registration for presenters
- April 15, 2017
- Closing of payment for presenters
- May 15, 2017
- Last day for submission of full papers
- June 30, 2017
- Papers published on PATT-2017 website
- Last day to register for PATT Conference
- July 10, 2017
- Opening of PATT Conference – 2017
- July 14, 2017
- Closing of PATT Conference – 2017
The PATT 2017 conference will be held at the Arch Street Meeting House, a historic Quaker Meeting House in the historic district of Philadelphia.
The Wyndham is the designated conference hotel. (215) 923-8660 It is located across the street from the conference location. We have some rooms with king beds reserved and some with two queens reserved under PATT 2017. It is the same price per room for 1-4 guests (rooms with King beds can only handle two guests or two guests and one child), so bring your colleagues, family, friends, etc. Rooms include:
- Complimentary Wi-FI
- Fitness Center Access
- Pool Access
- Discounted parking for those who drive in or rent a car.
Arriving by PlanePlan to arrive at Philadelphia International Airport on Monday, July 10, 2017. Take rail from the airport to center city. Take any train to the main Philadelphia rail terminal at 30th street, then ask at the station where to take a free rail transfer to Jefferson station, the second stop from 30th street station. Jefferson station is at 11th and Arch streets. The Wyndham conference hotel is located at 400 Arch Street. You can walk down Arch Street from 11th to 4th streets, or you can take a short cab ride.
Arriving by RailTake any Amtrak or local train to the 30th street station. Ask where to take a free rail transfer to Jefferson station, the second stop from 30th street station. Jefferson station is at 11th and Arch streets. The Wyndham conference hotel is located at 400 Arch Street. You can walk down Arch Street from 11th to 4th streets, or you can take a short cab ride.
Arriving by CarUse your GPS to guide you to the Wyndham hotel in the Philadelphia Historic District, 400 Arch Street. Be aware that parking in Philadelphia is expensive. Let us know ahead of time if you plan to arrive by car and we will provide you with the most economical parking accommodations.
Independence HallIndependence Hall is the birthplace of America and includes the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Liberty Bell CenterLiberty Bell Center, celebrates an international symbol of freedom
National Constitution CenterNational Constitution Center known as America’s town hall and a headquarters for civic education
The US MintThe US Mint at Philadelphia, home of the first mint in the United States, it is currently one of six facilities across the country where money is created. The mint offers a free self-guided tour lasting about 45 minutes.
The Franklin InstituteThe Franklin Institute, A dynamic museum that is fun for the whole family!
Reading Terminal MarketReading Terminal Market, Philadelphia’s historic public market offering a collection of more than 75 unique shops and food under one roof.
The Ben Franklin MuseumThe Ben Franklin Museum, Explore Franklin’s life and character in the Benjamin Franklin Museum. The museum features artifacts, computer animations, and interactive displays. The exhibits are geared toward visitors of all ages, with displays that are educational, challenging, and fun.
Philadelphia Museum of ArtPhiladelphia Museum of Art, A world-renowned collection of permanent and rotating art collections in a landmark building.
Penn’s LandingPenn’s Landing, The Delaware River Waterfront is just a short walk from Old City and Historic Philadelphia. It provides a hub of family-friendly activity.
Philadelphia PhilliesPhillies Major League Baseball, taking in as baseball game while in town would be a very American thing to do! Have an overpriced beer and hotdog as well!
South StreetSouth Street, with over 400 shops and restaurants the South Street “Headhouse” District is one of Philadelphia’s most eclectic and lively neighborhoods.
Double-Decker Bus TourPhilly Double-Decker Bus Tour, as night begins to fall, make your way into Center City and grab a seat on a spacious double-decker sightseeing bus. Ride through the city streets past historical landmarks, listening as your onboard guide provides entertaining running commentary about monuments like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
QuestionsGeneral Conference Information
Email: Len Litowitz
Email: Sharon Brusic
Email: Scott Warner
Presentations & IT
Email: Joseph McCade