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Awarded Projects

Clean Energy Technology Training, Accreditation, and Certification Award
2008-2013

Students installing solar panels

Paul E. Todd of Canton and Molly K. MacNeill of Potsdam install solar panels on a simulated rooftop for a class in the Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems program.

Nevaldine South

Adam Patry & Dan Jones
Adam Patry and Dan Jones working with the Hardness testing machine.

Carl D. Perkins

Awarded: 2010-2011

Project Director: Daniel J. Miller, Assistant Professor Engineering Technology


 

Nevaldine South

Nevaldine
The battery bank that Grants helped obtain for the ARES and engineering program.

PV Husdon Valley Agreement

Awarded: 2008-2012

Project Directors: Dr. Mathew Bullwinkel, Associate Professor Engineering Technology, and Michael J. Newtown, Associate Professor Engineering Technology


Nevaldine South

 Marlon Gerhard

Marlon Gerhard explaining what a Solar Thermal Trainer does.

NYSERDA award

Awarded: 2009

Project Director: Dr. Mathew Bullwinkel, Associate Professor Engineering Technology, and Michael J. Newtown, Associate Professor Engineering Technology


Nevaldine South


Marcus Jackson Marcus Jackson intently working with Solar Modules, awarded through the U.S Department of Energy Cooperative agreement to support 25 north east Photovoltaic training network participating Institution, throughout the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont

Awarded: 2010

Project Directors: Dr. Mathew Bullwinkel, Associate Professor Engineering Technology, and Michael J. Newtown, Associate Professor Engineering Technology


Nevaldine South


Nevaldine


Capable of testing steel and other types of metals, used in daily life, the Grants Department was able to secure machines for students.

Carl D. Perkins

Awarded: 2010-2011

Project Director: Daniel Miller Assistant Professor Engineering Technology


 

Cook Hall


James Purvis & Thomas TitheringtonJames Purvis and Thomas Titherington studying the Aqueous Abrasive Slurries with the help of Professor Heldt.

BASF Corporation
Undergraduate research project award

Awarded: 2010

Project Director: Nicole Heldt, Associate Professor Chemistry



Wicks Hall

Nick Bellman

Nick Bellman receiving instruction from Connie Kavanagh, ISA Nursing in the Nursing lab.

Carl D.Perkins

Awarded: 2010-2011

Project Director: Dr. Maryanne Caswell, Professor, Nursing


Cook Hall

Dr. Lawretta Ononye

Dr. Lawretta Ononye is an Associate Professor and Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) STEM Scholarship Project at SUNY Canton.  She is the Principal Investigator (PI) of the NSF S-STEM grant award.  Dr. Ononye is shown here using an optical microscope purchased with the Perkins grant.  

Grant: Carl D. Perkins Grant

Awarded: 2010-2011

Project Director: Dr. Lawretta Ononye, Associate Professor Physics


 

Nevaldine South

Terrance DavisTerrance E. Davis is an Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major and National Science Foundation STEM Scholarship grant recipient.  He is shown working on Biofuel.

National Science Foundation Award
Project, Scholarships for Engineering Technology

Awarded:2010

Project Director: Dr. Lawretta Ononye, Associate Professor Physics


Nevaldine South

Megan SampierMegan Sampier is an Electrical Engineering Technology student and National Science Foundation STEM Scholarship grant recipient.  She is shown working on fuel cells. The equipment in the background was purchased via funding through the U.S Department of Education in 2009.

National Science Foundation Award and U.S Department of Education
Project, Scholarships for Engineering Technology

Awarded:2009

Project Director: Raghu Ramanathan, Assistant Professor Engineering Technology and Dr. Lawretta Ononye, Associate Professor Physics

 

Nevaldine South

Justin Richardson

Justin Richardson working on one of the newer equipment granted to the ARES and Engineering programs which is the Pneumatic trainer. Justin is shown working on the fluid power lab enhancement.

Carl D. Perkins Grant

Awarded: 2011-2012

Project Director: Daniel J. Miller, Assistant Professor Engineering Technology


Nevaldine South

Bernard Hawluy

Bernard Hawluy shown working on the Circuitry Control unit or Electro Pneumatic Trainer, which controls limit switches, air cylinder circuits and logic controls.

Carl D. Perkins Grant

Awarded: 2011-2012

Project Director: Daniel J. Miller, Assistant Professor Engineering Technology


Grants Coordinator
JoAnne Fassinger
SUNY Canton
Cook 117
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617

315-386-7686
fassingerj@canton.edu

Secretary I
Rebecca Blackmon

315-386-7686
blackmonr@canton.edu