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What does TIP stand for?

TIP stands for The Infinity Project

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LabVIEW for Education includes the following primary benefits: * Students gain experience with the same software used by professional engineers and scientists * New vision module helps students use USB webcams for advanced image manipulation and motion tracking * Ideal for integration with robotics classes and competitions National Instruments collaborates with leading curriculum developers including UTeach Engineering, The Infinity Project and Ergopedia to provide complete solutions for implementing accredited courses based on LabVIEW.
Conner developed two high school engineering courses and is also an instructor for the Infinity Project, which familiarizes children with engineering and is sponsored by the Southern Methodist University School of Engineering and Texas Instruments.
Along with sister programs The Infinity Project and the Engineering Camps for Girls, Visioneering was designed to entice young students to pursue higher education and careers in science and engineering with hands-on experiments and real-world applications that demonstrate the life-changing power of engineering.
Further, grant funding for The Infinity Project training helps relieve the fiscal burden on school districts faced with cutbacks and budget shortfalls without sacrificing teacher professional development.
Geoffrey Orsak, associate dean of the Southern Methodist University School of Engineering and director of The Infinity Project, an academic initiative founded by the Institute for Engineering Education at SMU and Texas Instruments to encourage more young students to pursue engineering careers.
SMU Lyle programs such as The Infinity Project (K-12 engineering curriculum), Engineering Camp for Girls, and Visioneering (a celebration of National Engineers Week that draws 1,000 middle school students annually) prepare and encourage the next generation of engineers, while career development programs provide university students advanced skills training and invaluable networking opportunities.