The Syracuse University Industrial Assessment Center and Clarkson satellite center are proud to add five high achieving students to our history of alumni: John Battistelli, Michael Garrett, Riley Gourde, Haim Matharu, and Hannah VanEchaute.
IAC Students Participate in the 2016 Earth Day Research Competition
IAC Students attend the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) competition at Clarkson University, presenting a poster titled “Improving Energy Efficiency of Hot Water Supply for a Campus Residence Hall”.
Students’ Award-Winning Project Reduces Energy Consumption and Pollution on Campus
In 2014, IAC Students were awarded first place in the graduate student category at the 2014 Earth Day Event and Student Competition Exhibition for their project, “Green Heating: Reducing Overheating and Pollution on Campus”.
On Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 five students of the Syracuse IAC completed the Green Production Technician certification exam, a certification offered by the Manufacturers Skill Standards Council (sponsored by the United States Department of Labor).
SU-IAC Participates in the 3rd Annual NYSP2I R&D Student Competition
On April 22nd the Syracuse University IAC team won First Place at the 2014 Earth Day Event and Student Competition Exhibition held at Rochester Institute of Technology. The topic of the competition was to “make a difference on campus or in your community by developing an innovative solution to benefit the environment.”
SU-IAC Awarded Student Research Award
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office recently announced the second annual IAC Student Research Awards. This year, the AMO gave out two awards and one was to the Syracuse University IAC.
IAC student awarded All University Masters Prize
Each year Syracuse University gives out an award known as the Graduate School All University Masters Prize whose recipients are recognized for outstanding achievements of all University M.S. degrees. This year, one of the recipients happens to be our very own lead student, Meghan Reilly.
IAC students win Second Place in NYSP2I Competition
On April 24, 2013, IAC students John Hilla, Meghan Reilly and Chuck Walck won 2nd place in the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute’s (NYSP2I) 2nd annual Research and Design Student Competition.
IAC students selected for NYSP2I competition
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), is hosting its second annual student research and design competition and four students from the Syracuse IAC have been selected to participate.
IAC student attends Mohawk Valley Solutions Fair
On November 28th, 2012, lead student Meghan Reilly attended the Mohawk Valley Solutions Fair at the SUNY IT Campus in Marcy, NY. Sponsored by the Mohawk Valley Applied Technology Corp., the purpose of this event was to connect industrial companies in the Utica region with regional and statewide resources.
IAC students attend Lead Student Meeting in Atlanta, GA
On October 31st, 2012, John Hilla and Meghan Reilly, two SU-IAC students, traveled to Atlanta, GA to attend the annual IAC Lead Student Meeting. The two day conference from November 1st-2nd contained presentations by the Department of Energy, IAC students and recruiters.
IAC students attend NCCEC conference in Lake Placid, NY
Lead student Meghan Reilly tagged along with Clarkson analysts Dan Barron, Mike DiLorenzo and Matt Russell and attended the North Coutry Clean Energy Conference (NCCEC) in Lake Place, NY. The NCCEC is “a forum for educators, practitioners, community leaders, industry professionals and others to share information about clean energy opportunities in the North Country.”
IAC students attend TIERF conference in Alexandria Bay, NY
Abigail Hutchins and Meghan Reilly, energy analysts at the Syracuse IAC, attended the Thousand Island Energy Research Forum (TIERF), an annual conference presented by the Great Lakes Sustainable Energy Consortium (GLSEC) this November.
Syracuse IAC awarded $1.5 million grant by U.S. Department of Energy
The Syracuse IAC is proud to announce the renewal of our grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. Our center was awarded a five year, $1.5 million grant, ensuring our existence until 2016. This award is a significant increase from our previous grant; therefore some exciting changes will be coming to our center.