Civil engineering professor Tim Piotrowski has been granted emeritus status for his service to Alfred State.
Piotrowski has provided great service and mentoring to Alfred State students during his 14-year tenure at the college. He was key in establishing a living/learning in a residence hall and was the recipient of the Chancellor’s Award in Teaching Excellence and the Pioneer Award.
To be eligible for emeritus recognition for a faculty, an employee must have completed 10 or more years of service at ASC, attained continuing appointment, attained the rank of full professor, and displayed evidence of significant dedication and service to the college.
Piotrowski joined the Alfred State faculty in 2008 after spending many years in the industry. He has taught numerous different classes in the civil engineering department including Quality Control of Construction Materials, Contracts, Specifications, and Estimating, Geologic Engineering, Environmental Engineering Technology, and Construction Safety.
Dean of the School of Architecture, Management & Engineering Technology John Williams is glad to see Piotrowski honored for his exemplary service to the students and the ASC community. “He leaves an impressive legacy through his contributions of program innovations, community building, and professional excellence. We wish him all the best.
He has coordinated American Concrete Institute testing, served as the faculty assistant for the student chapter of the Associated General Contractors Club, was the faculty-in-residence for a living/learning community, and has served on numerous search committees and been active in college wide activities.