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|Department:||Computerized Design + Mfg.|
|Office Location:||School of Applied Technology|
Master of Science, Engineering Technology, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas, May 2011
Bachelor's of Science, Empire State College, Alfred , New York, August 2008
Associates in Occupational Studies, Alfred State College, Alfred, New York, May 1981
I have had the opportunity to teach at SUNY Afred State College since September 1991 in the Computerized Design and Manufacturing Department. Concentration was focused on senior level courses in Process Piping. Currently involved with instruction of Unigraphics NX6, a parametric based CAD software. I have also been involved in teaching geometric dimensioning and tolerancing release 1994, and 2009, in both academic and industrial settings. Along with the 3 dimensional modeling and the application of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing to mechanical design, I have also been involved in teaching word address programming with respect to the parts designed in lab. In many cases, these parts, designed by students, can be manufactured in our Manufacturing processes lab.
Sept. 1991 - Present Alfred State College, School of Applied Technology
Professor in the Model Building/Process Piping curriculum
Aug. 1988 - Aug. 1991 Litton Poly-Scientific Co.
Senior Designer in the slip ring design group
Feb. 1984 - Aug. 1988 Volvo-GM Heavy Truck Co.
Layout designer in the engine accessory and exhaust designMay 1981 - Feb. 1984 Dresser-Rand
Entry level Drafter in centrifugal compressor group
Recipient of Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching 2005-2006 academic year
Member of the American Design Drafting Association since 1993
Currently involved with the Muscular Dystrophy Association
Member of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence Committee at Alfred State