ATE Connects & First-Time ATE Grantees

ATE PIs on newly funded projects/centers in FY24—that have not been previously awarded an ATE grant—are welcome to host a conversation hub; but they are not expected to do so. First-time ATE awardees are asked to focus on attending and connecting with other projects and centers during the ATE Connects networking opportunity. 

All first-time ATE grantees also have the option to contribute a one-page handout to place in the “New ATE Grantee” handout holders, which will be available in the general lounge areas of the exhibit hall. 

ATE Connects: One Page Handout Guidelines for First-Time ATE Grantees

One-pagers are a great way to share information about your project. If you would like to create and bring copies of a one-page handout to share in the lounge area of the exhibit hall on handout racks designated for New ATE Grantees, please consider including the following information. 

• College Name
• Project Title
• Project Goal
• Project Objectives – 2-3 main objectives (including population served)
• Collaborations/Partnerships – List 2-3 key current collaborators or partners 
• Highlight 1-2 planned grant activities for the first year of the grant
• PI and Co-PI Names and contact information

For example of one-pagers from past events, see below.

One Page Handout, Sample 1 (PDF)
One Page Handout, Sample 2 (PDF)
One Page Handout, Sample 3 (PDF)

For additional templates and samples of one-page reports, please visit EvaluATE

New to ATE projects are responsible for making and bringing copies of their own handout to share if they would like to do so. AACC suggests bringing 50 copies for placement in the racks designated for New ATE Grantees. Please see the AACC attendant during the set-up period for ATE Connects to ask where to place your one-pager if you wish to share information about your newly-funded award.

General Guidelines for Accessibility of Materials

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a method that promotes making instruction welcoming, accessible, and inclusive to all learning styles and abilities. As part of AACC’s efforts to make the ATE Conference program accessible, we are providing some simple tips and links to resources regarding the preparation of your ATE Connects submission. To access accessibility tips and resources, click here.


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