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Congratulations to Morgan Hulbert and Simba Mafundikwa who were honored by SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher this week in Albany! Barb Jones, Vice President for Student Life was there to support them.
Dr. R. Geoffrey Broderick, or “Doc” as he is commonly known all over the world, will return to his alma mater for the first time since 1963 when he was a student in SUNY Delhi’s Veterinary Science Technology program. Doc will autograph copies of his new book, Compassion for Pets, Thursday, April 20, 1:30 p.m.—3 p.m. in the Campus Bookstore in the Farrell Student and Community Center. Later that day the public is invited to a reception at 5:15 p.m. in the Farrell lobby with a presentation by Doc in The Okun Theatre at 5:45 p.m. A book signing will immediately follow around 7 p.m. Doc will conclude his campus visit on Friday, April 21 as a guest lecturer in SUNY Delhi’s Veterinary Science Technology classes.
Make a Ukrainian egg at next week's workshop--April 3,4 and 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Art Center, located on the lower level of Farrell Center. Questions? Contact Rhonda at 607-746-4108, harrowrl@delhi.edu
An Alum Comes Home
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SUNY Delhi has hired Benjamin Czyzewski as an Instructional Support Technician in Horticulture Sciences. Czyzewski is a 2013 graduate of SUNY Delhi’s four-year Golf and Sports Turf Management program.

As an IST, Czyzewski will assist with laboratory preparation and organization of various student activities in the Golf and Sports Turf Management and Horticulture Sciences programs.

“I am very excited to bring my experience and knowledge to SUNY Delhi,” Czyzewski said. “The college has a reputation for producing students who have the technical skills necessary to be valued employees in the industry immediately upon graduation. As a graduate of Golf and Sports Turf Management, I have a lot of pride in its reputation and hope to help build upon what the program has to offer.”

Czyzewski is a native of Galway, New York. In addition to his SUNY Delhi degree, he holds a Master of Science in Agronomy from Penn State. He has worked an interned at several golf courses and country clubs across the Northeast.

Traffic Light Logic
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Students in Delhi’s Electrical Controls (AAS) learn to install programmable logic controllers and utilize various timer and counter functions to controlcommercial and industrial motors, lights and load devices. They also learn to hard wire andsimulate commercial and industrial process controls. 

Pictured above: Delhi Mayor Richard Maxey visited the Electrical Lab on March 29 to view a completed project by the students. They showed the Mayor how they can program and control a traffic light, proving their knowledge in a real world application. 

Delhi Mayor Richard Maxey visited the Electrical Lab on March 29 to view a completed project by the students. They showed the Mayor how they can program and control a traffic light, proving their knowledge in a real world application.
Congratulations Hannah Kelly for receiving the Bellantoni Landscape - The Art & Science Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 at the National Association of Landscape Professionals Collegiate Landscape Competition at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.
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