High School and Middle School Faculty
The Alfred State High School Challenge Program is designed to bring small, affordable, entertaining projects to high school and middle school students. The program creates inter-curricular activities for a total educational experience. We believe entertaining, interactive projects, built around science, math, English, engineering, and technology will help create a well-rounded student.
The program is divided into two sections and offers projects for:
- Middle School
- High School
You can decide which projects you would like to use for your students. How you choose to integrate science, math, English, engineering, and technology into the projects is up to you.
We look forward to working with you!
Please feel free to contact us with questions.
George Richardson, Interim Dean of the School of Applied Technology
Tom Murphy, Instructor, Building Trades
Robert Bretzin, Assistant Professor, Computerized Design and Manufacturing
Debra Burch, Associate Professor, Culinary Arts
Stephan Kielar, Instructor, Electrical Trades
Matt Lawrence, Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology
Steve Martinelli, Professor, Computerized Design and Manufacturing
Dan Noyes, Associate Professor, Electrical Trades
Jeff Stevens, Associate Professor, Electrical Trades
Brad Thompson, Assistant Professor, Electrical Trades
Karen Young, Associate Professor and Chair of Computerized Design and Manufacturing Department