November 28 , 2006
Alfred Scalza Joins Farmingdale State College Faculty
Mr. George P. LaRosa, Officer-in-Charge at Farmingdale State College, welcomes alumnus Alfred Scalza as an assistant professor in the Department of Architecture and Construction Management.
Professor Scalza, a West Babylon resident, joins the full time Farmingdale faculty with 10 years of experience as an adjunct professor. He will continue to teach civil engineering and construction management courses. In addition to architecture and construction management courses, Professor Scalza participates in the "Writing for the Disciplines" workshop teaching writing intensive courses with topics including a guide to writing research papers, assignment design, plagiarism and peer review.
Currently, Professor Scalza is participating an academic review of data collected through a grant coordinated through the Farmingdale State Department of Mathematics for the Route 110 Redevelopment Corporation. Its purpose is to study the Route 110 corridor in the Towns of Babylon and Huntington, and to recommend a sensible plan for the development of the corridor. For almost 40 years, Professor Scalza has worked as an engineer for numerous companies, including U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, CBA Consulting Engineers, Chemico Air Pollution Control Co. , Ebasco Constructors Inc., and New York State Department of Transportation.
Professor Scalza earned his MS in Engineering Management from Long Island University . He graduated from Hofstra with a BS in Engineering Mechanics and received his AAS in Engineering Science from Farmingdale State College.