April 27, 2002

Creative Crane Competition at SUNY Farmingdale

Dr. Jonathan C. Gibralter, president of the State University of New York at Farmingdale, is pleased to announce the winners of the College's third annual Creative Crane Competition which was held on campus on Friday, April 26. The event was funded in part by generous financial support from Computer Associates.

The Creative Crane Competition was developed by SUNY Farmingdale Professor Joseph Betz, Department of Architecture and Construction Management, to meet State learning standards of integrating mathematics, science and technology into comprehensive design projects. Over 200 senior high school students and their teachers from twenty school districts participated in the competition. The quality of the projects was so high that an additional award was added.


About SUNY Farmingdale

The State University of New York at Farmingdale, Long Island's first public college, has evolved into The College of Technology. Over 5,400 students are enrolled in the 4-year college with 27 departments and 29-degree programs. Farmingdale offers students the opportunity to study in small classes taught by distinguished professors on an idyllic 380-acre campus in the heart of Long Island.