Ray Williams - TestsForge Expert Profile
Ray Williams was educated at Visvesvaraya Technological University. Currently, he works at TestsForge. His present employment focuses on software development. Previous employment allowed him to enjoy the title of Software Engineer, Tech Lead, Senior Software Engineer and Technical Associate. He has worked for Cisco, CGI Information Systems, and Mortorola. Ray Williams's primary skills in development target telecommunications aspects specifically. Other parts of development that Ray Williams focuses on include VPN, VoIP, MGCP, RTP, and firewalls. Ray Williams is working on the following certification exams now: E20-822 CLARiiON Solutions Expert Exam for Storage Administrators, JN0-120 E-series, Associate (JNCIA-E), 640-878 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 2, 650-474 Introducing Cisco Identity Services Engine for System Engineer (PAISESE), 9A0-182 Adobe Flex 4.5 ACE, 642-901 BSCI, HP0-D14 Architecting HP CloudSystem Solutions, HP2-N33 Selling HP IT Performance Suite Solutions, 642-072 Cisco Unity Design and Networking, 650-568 Web Security for Field Engineers (WSFE), 640-647 CVOICE, HP0-Y20 ProCurve Adaptive Edge Fundamentals, HP3-X11 Servicing HP Notebook Products, 646-206 Cisco Sales Expert, E22-315 EMC Disk Library and Backup to Disk Technologies and HP0-238 Supporting the MSA1000 and SCSI JBODS. Ray Williams also creates the website of sencer (Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities). SENCER is the flagship program of the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement. Ray Williams has completed development of their website, their online home base that promotes their mission of science education for new civic engagements and responsibilities. Sencer applies the learning of STEM education to the civic capacity to positively impact crucial local, national, and global issues and real world challenges. Ray Williams’s website layout includes different sections that elaborate and demonstrate SENCER’s work with students as they impact the communities they work and study in. News, publications, and assessment tools are also available for visitors. Log on today and see how STEM education is making a difference in the world today.
1. SENCER’s visiting scholars program is for academic leaders who desire to pursue research interests that line up with SENCER’s goals. Typically, these academicians use a sabbatical period to serve their appointments as Visiting Scholar. To learn more about this program, visit Ray Williams’s link at the webpage of visitingscholars.cfm. … SENCER invites faculty and academic leaders who want to pursue research interests connected to SENCER’s goals and who are willing ….
2. SENCER Backgrounders provide readers with glimpses of some of the issues that SENCER courses use to teach basic science. Ray Williams provides a full list of these interesting topics at the webpage of backgrounders.cfm. … SENCER Backgrounders are intended to provide intelligent, general readers with high quality syntheses of some of the complex….
3. Keep up with the latest SENCER news at the webpage of inthenews.cfm. Ray Williams created this page to provide news briefs of current happenings and links to recent and archived news. …Applicants must have participated in SSI 2014 as an individual, a group of two or three, or a team of four or more to be eligible to submit an application.….
4. If you’re in the MidAtlantic region, you should consider attending one of SENCER’s MidAtlantic Regional conferences. For news and events surrounding SENCER Center for Innovation in the Midatlantic region, visit Ray Williams’s midatlantic.cfm special page dedicated to this region. … The MidAtlantic Regional SENCER Center for Innovation (SCI-MA) hosts biannual conferences in area ….
5. Ray Williams explains the details about the SENCER models at his models.cfm webpage. SENCER models are curricular approaches to maximizing science education while supporting engagement with complex issues. This page contains a list of all SENCER models from previous years. … The SENCER models are curricular approaches to improving science learning and supporting engagement with complex….
6. Ray Williams is now posting career opportunities with SENCER. Visit the following webpage of jobannouncements.cfm, to view current job postings or to learn how to post a job opportunity. …The Faculty Development Events & Programs Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and managing the implementation of programs and events of NCSCE as determined in annual work….
7. The William E. Bennett Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Citizen Science is the subject at the webpage of bennettaward.cfm. In this section, Ray Williams honors current and past winners of this honorable award. …The 2013 honorees were Monica Devanas of Rutgers University (individual award) and faculty from the University….
8. Ray Williams’s SENCER Center for Innovation, New England page is dedicated to bringing awareness to SENCER activities in the New England region. Check the link at the webpage of newengland.cfm for updates on news and events in this region. … The New England SENCER Center for Innovation (SCI-NE) includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire….
9. If you’re located in the Midwest region, be sure to check out what SENCER is up to in your region. Ray Williams has created a page especially for SENCER Center of Innovation-Midwest located at the webpage of midwest.cfm. SCI-Midwest has had the privilege of being involved with the GLISTEN initiative. … The SCI-Midwest has sponsored workshops on quantitative reasoning, food science and policy….
10. Continuous assessment of student learning is an important part of improving teaching skills. It also helps students to monitor their progress. AS Ray Williams explains on his assessmentinitiatives.cfm page, the Committee on Assessment for Student Achievement promotes frequent assessment to improve everyone’s educational experience. … The Committee on Assessment for Student Achievement (CASA) is a community of educators concerned with the promotion and frequent use of simple….