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Student Profile: Ashley Paw

While the Cayan Library on SUNY Poly’s Utica campus may be the go-to for Ashley Paw during a typical semester, the junior majoring in Network and Computer Security traded in those familiar stacks this past fall for the impressive records of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. It was just one of the many […]

Faculty Profile: Melissa Prest, College of Business Management

With a father in the military, Melissa Prest lived throughout the country as she grew up, from Washington to Kentucky, and Georgia to Hawaii, later returning to her birthplace of Utica, New York, when she was a teen after her father had finished serving. Receiving her associate’s degree with honors from Mohawk Valley Community College, […]

Faculty Profile: Dr. Shahedipour-Sandvik - Nanoengineering for Harsh Environments

As nanoengineering professor and interim dean of graduate studies at SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly), Dr. Fatemeh (Shadi) Shahedipour-Sandvik’s research aims to improve electronic devices by fabricating them with the right characteristics to work well even in the harshest environments, such as in space or inside a jet engine. Shahedipour-Sandvik and her team are able to make […]

Faculty Profile: Dr. John Marsh, Cybersecurity: Network & Computer Security

“Working with students and helping them launch their careers” that is what Dr. John Marsh, Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science, enjoys the most about working at SUNY Poly. Before entering the world of academics and wearing the multiple hats of an Associate Professor, and Program Chair, Dr. Marsh studied physics in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania […]

Liam Furman heads across the pond

Growing up in Vernon, NY, Liam Furman didn’t have too far to travel when he started at SUNY Poly as a Business Administration major, but he certainly gained some mileage when he decided to take some of his studies “across the pond” and study at the University of Roehampton in West London. “I used to […]

Faculty Profile: Katie Matt - Adviser, Faculty Member, Alumna

When Katie Matt was a student in SUNY Poly’s accounting programs, she originally had her sights set on business. The experiences she’s undergone, though, have made teaching others her business, and brought her right back to where she learned it all – the hallways of SUNY Poly. “I appreciate the reaction students have when a […]

Sim Covington: Helping others find their paths

He provides all aspects of career services to a variety of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni seeking professional career or graduate school opportunities. And in just five years, Director of Career Services Dr. Sim J. Covington Jr. has made an incredible difference in the future of many students who pass through his […]

Student Profile: Elena Musteata, Nanoscale Science ’18

A rising junior at SUNY Poly, Elena Musteata is not spending her summer lying around. The Toronto native, who double majors in applied mathematics and nanobioscience is occupying her summer with a coveted internship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Washington, D.C. Musteata was chosen for the NIST Summer Undergraduate Research […]

Alumni Profile: Bikash Regmi, Family Nurse Practitioner ’17

Originally born in Bhutan–a small Himalayan kingdom between India and China–Bikash eventually made his way to American soil. After being forced to leave his birthplace, Bikash at the age of 7, spent 17 years in a refugee camp in Nepal until arriving in the United States and resettling in Syracuse, New York. Fast-forward to present […]

Faculty Profile: Brent McCallum, Accountancy

Dubai, Thailand, Mexico, Cyprus, Vietnam, Chile, France, and the Netherlands. Those are but a handful of countries and locales Brent McCallum, CPA, has visited over the course of his long and distinguished career, earning the SUNY Poly Assistant Professor of Accounting the apt nickname Mr. Worldwide. “I began as a Psychology major at San Diego […]

Student Profile: Julianna Bourgeois, Nanoscale Science ’19

Neural disease and cancers are some of life’s greatest mysteries, but like any great mystery, there are those who are compelled to solve them. That is what drives Julianna Bourgeous, a nanoscale science major focusing in nanobioscience at SUNY Poly’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) who is enthusiastic about the future she plans to […]

Michelle Kent-Landes, Director of Student Academic Success

Whether it’s on the court en route to national championships or in the classroom on the path to academic success, Director of Student Academic Success Michelle Kent-Landes strives to bring out the best of students no matter the setting. Helping to oversee tutoring resources offered to students, Michelle’s goal is to make sure any student […]

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