SUNY-ESF Professor Speaks at Workshop
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - A professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has been chosen to participate in a National Science Foundation-sponsored workshop on technical graphics.
Frank Maraviglia of Syracuse, a professor in ESF's Faculty of Landscape Architecture, will be involved in a workshop titled "Introductory Engineering Design, Engineering Design Graphics and Technical Graphics Problem Solving." The program will be held June 7 through 15 at Central Michigan University.
Maraviglia, who lives on the north side of Syracuse, teaches technical graphics and creative problem solving at ESF. He earned his bachelor's degree at the SUNY College at Oswego and his master's degree at Hofstra University.