On Friday, April 30, 2004, the SUNY Maritime College Alumni Association distributed the first scholarship awards of its second century. Founded in 1903, the Alumni Association, a privately funded, volunteer managed, charitable association of graduates of the Maritime College and its predecessor institutions, which is not affiliated with the State of New York and receives no government support, exists to advance the professional interests of the Maritime College, its alumni, faculty, and students. Funds for the scholarships were raised through various private donations to the Alumni Association's national board, as well as to its various local chapters, most notably. Long Island.
Twenty-eight scholarships were distributed to assist U.S. Maritime Service Cadets meet tuition and fee expenses associated with their participation in Summer Sea Term 2004 aboard Maritime College's Training Ship 'Empire State,' pictured in the adjacent photo, which departs the College's New York City Campus on May 15. Upon graduation, the Cadets will be licensed U.S. Merchant Marine Officers, will have accredited Bachelor's Degrees in disciplines related to the maritime industry, and will be eligible for commissions in our Nation's various sea services. More information on the programs of the SUNY Maritime College Alumni Association is available at www.suny maritimeal u m n i .org
Council for Professional Development (ECPD) has accredited the electrical engineering, marine engineering, and naval architecture curricula of SUNY Maritime College. The ECPD is recognized by the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation (COPA) as the accrediting body for engineering programs. According
The program was arranged by the 1977 Forum Committee consisting of John Antonetz, Texaco Inc., and Jose Femenia, assistant p r o f e s s o r , SUNY Maritime College, as cochairmen, assisted by Thomas Jones Jr., American Export Lines, Inc.; Harlan T. Haller, Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc.; Louis Y. Minett
The 29th Annual Fort Schuyler Forum, sponsored by The Society of Marine Port Engineers, New York, N.Y., Inc. and the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College will be held on Saturday, March 21 on the SUNY campus in The Bronx, N.Y. The theme of this year's all-dav meeting is Fuels—Present
was funded by a gift from Bouchard Transportation, the largest independently owned ocean-going petroleum barge company in the United States. SUNY Maritime College is the oldest and largest of the seven maritime academies in the nation. Founded in 1874, SUNY Maritime is a four-year college which offers
morning and afternoon sessions. The morning session opened with a welcome address by Rear Adm. Floyd H. Miller (Ret.), U.S. Navy, president, SUNY Maritime College at Fort Schuyler. The three presentations during the early session were: "Meeting the Challenge," by Ted Atwood, Allied Signal, Inc.;
management, and environmental science; specialized programs are offered as pathways to US Coast Guard licensing or military accession and training. SUNY Maritime College is a premier institution recognized internationally for its expertise in maritime research, education and training. The College’s 565-foot
experimentation related to ships and offshore drilling rigs. The ship model basin was designed and constructed by the staff of the SUNY Maritime College's engineering department. The basin and ancillary equipment were purchased with nonstate funds, mainly from the Alumni Association college
The Society of Marine Port Engi- neers. New York, N.Y., recently held its 36th annual Fort Schuyler Forum at the SUNY Maritime Col- lege campus in the Throgs Neck sec- tion of the Bronx in New York City. The theme of the forum was "Corrosion Materials and Material Protection," and five technical
Slocum disaster will place a wreath in front of the fountain. The annual event is co-sponsored by the Maritime Industry Museum on the campus of the SUNY — Maritime College in the Bronx and the New York City Parks and Recreation Department. Park's commissioner Henry Stern will be one of the speakers
Center opened in 2015 and includes a full-mission bridge and two class B tug assist simulators for students to practice maneuvers. The Case: SUNY Maritime College produces more licensed mariners than any other U.S. institution. Fully one quarter of these go on to work in the brown water industry, providing
Charles Cumming, a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. He also holds an MBA degree from Northwestern University and an MS degree from SUNY Maritime College at Fort Schuyler. Prior to joining Moran he was manager of marine operations for Northern Europe with Sylvan Shipping Company
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