Corning Incorporated Foundation Supports SUNY Canton

Corning Incorporated Foundation is continuing its generous support of SUNY Canton through two recent donations.

Anne Sibley and Bart Tuttle hold a check from Corning Incorporated Foundation.

Corning Canton Plant Manager Bart R. Tuttle presents a check to SUNY Canton Vice President for Advancement Anne M. Sibley.

A gift to the Canton College Foundation will help fund the Excellence in Leadership Lecture Series program, which brings alumni and regional business leaders to campus to share their perspectives and insights into their career field. This spring, the series will welcome leaders in engineering, funeral services, and emergency management and homeland security.

Dean of the Canino School of Engineering Technology Michael J. Newtown; Assistant Professor Lucas Craig, Ph.D.; Corning Canton Plant Engineering Manager Brian Bush; and SUNY Canton Engineering Lab Coordinator Paul E. Todd.

Dean of the Canino School of Engineering Technology Michael J. Newtown; Assistant Professor Lucas Craig, Ph.D.; Corning Canton Plant Engineering Manager Brian Bush; and SUNY Canton Engineering Lab Coordinator Paul E. Todd.

Corning Incorporated Foundation is also promoting STEM learning through a donation to the Engineer’s Week celebration roundtable discussion, which will be held Feb. 27 from noon to 1 p.m. as part of a day-long event, which includes a career fair and open house.

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