The Continuing Education Association of New York has recognized ESF and its partner, RadTech International North America, with the James C. Hall Exemplary Program Award for the Radiation Curing Program.
The Radiation Curing Program's online courses serve practicing professionals, upper-level undergraduate students, and graduate students in the science and technology of energy curing.
"The Radiation Curing Program is innovative and successful with a national and perhaps international reach," said Jill Pippin, CEANY Awards and Resolutions Committee co-chair. "With its close tie to business, especially in high-growth sectors, and its friendly online approach, this program epitomizes the spirit of continuing education and has been normally recognized by colleagues across New York State."
In addition to collaboration with the Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Research Foundation for the State University of New York will partner with ESF to advance the 2015 New York State Biotechnology Symposium.
The symposium has been held annually in Central New York with speakers and workshop leaders from around the United States. Now in its seventh year, the symposium has a new name, stronger partnerships, and a new location at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Long Island campus. These advancements reflect a shared commitment to serve our state's various biotechnology education, research, development and business communities.
SUNY-ESF congratulates our friend and colleague, Dr. Robin Wright, 3M Corporate Scientist, on his induction into the Carlton Society. The Carlton Society is 3M's technical "Hall of Fame" consisting of top 3M scientists who contribute to the company's culture of innovation. Dr. Wright has advised and actively encourages the SUNY-ESF/RadTech Radiation Curing Program as a way to serve and advance the radiation curing field. We thank him for his leadership and join the 3M and RadTech communities in congratulating him on this most deserved achievement.
We invite you to learn more about ESF’s collaborative projects and initiatives with on- and off-campus partners.
Radiation Curing Program [RCP] (funded by a U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant).