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WINS Club - Annual Men in the Field Dinner

WINS Club - Annual Men in the Field Dinner

WINS Club - Men in the Field dinnerJoy Carlson, AIA, professor,
Computer Imaging and Architectural Engineering Technology Department, Alfred
State College, and adviser to the WINS Club, (Women in Non-traditional
Studies--though the club is open to all students) welcomed two alumni speakers
to the club's annual Men in the Field dinner in April.  The dinner is an
opportunity for students to hear first-hand accounts of the work place from
"men in the field." The speakers discussed their work experiences, what is
expected, which courses (both curriculum and liberal arts) and college
activities help them in their jobs, and advice such as "pay attention to your
grade point average because companies will," and your job is what you make it.
Pictured here, l-r: Jenny Brongo, Rochester, sophomore, construction
engineering technology; Andrew Smilinich, Hornell, '00, ASC, director of
capital projects, BS from Alfred State, construction management technology;
Minica DiBella, Endwell, ASC junior in architectural technology; Jon Nickerson,
Scio, '01, JHL/Tecture, Hornell, BS from Alfred State, architectural
technology; Emily Mawer, Lancaster, ASC sophomore in architectural technology;
David Knoop, Fort Plain, ASC sophomore in architectural technology; and Kellie
Ricker, Rochester, ASC senior in architectural technology.