"Educationally-Managed Projects Advancing Curriculum, Technology and Service"
C. Dianne Phillips, EMPACTS Program Facilitator, dphillips@nwacc.edu

 

 


Teamwork

 2014 Current Projects


Peer Mentoring

 

 



 

EAST/EMPACTS Lab

Technology Support





General Technology

 

Web Design

 

Graphic Design

 


The EAST/EMPACTS lab is the hub of the "Project Based Learning"
EMPACTS Program at NWACC.  

The lab and lab personnel are available to all NWACC students and
faculty/staff who are working on curriculum based,
service learning and outreach projects.

Technologies available in the lab include basic computer hardware
and software as well as additional specialized software
to support course projects across a broad curriculum
in  Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts,
Education and Mathematics
.  

The EMPACTS Lab is supported by a student led team of
peer instructors

who have experience in project based learning and in the use of a
wide range of low to high end technologies used in STEM courses.
 




3D Modeling

 

GIS Mapping

 

Architectural Design
 


Faculty Mentoring
 


Independent
Study


Outreach



Program Contact Information
Dr. Marvin Galloway, EMPACTS Program Coordinator, Dean of Science and Mathematics, mgallowa@nwacc.edu, 479-619-4142
C. Dianne Phillips, EMPACTS Program Facilitator, Associate Professor of Science and Mathematics, dphillips@nwacc.edu, 479-313-7737, cell
Gary Bender, EMPACTS Program Co-Facilitator (Math), gbender@nwacc.edu

Paul Lowrey, EMPACTS Program GIS Facilitator, plowrey@nwacc.edu
Rob Swearingen, EMPACTS Program Co-Facilitator (Biological Sciences), rswearingen@nwacc.edu
Northwest Arkansas Community College, One College Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712