SUNY Delhi Appoints Professor Daniel Davis as Dean of the School of Applied Technologies and Architecture
Davis has been a faculty member at SUNY Delhi for 17 years
Delhi, NY (07/12/2023) — SUNY Delhi has appointed Daniel Davis as Dean of the School of Applied Technologies and Architecture. Davis, who has served as interim dean for the past year, has been a faculty member at SUNY Delhi for 17 years. Davis holds a master's degree in Curriculum Development from State University at Albany and a bachelor's degree in Career and Technical Educator Preparation from SUNY Oswego.
"Daniel Davis brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this critical position. With an impressive background in automotive technology and higher education, he has demonstrated exceptional leadership and a commitment to academic excellence throughout his career," said Dr. David Brower, interim provost at SUNY Delhi. "Davis has a proven track record of facilitating innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and industry engagement. His appointment as the Dean of the School of Applied Technologies and Architecture reflects SUNY Delhi's ongoing commitment to selecting top-tier talent and providing an exceptional educational experience for our students."
In his new role, Davis will be responsible for providing visionary leadership and strategic direction to advance the school's mission of excellence in applied learning, student engagement, and community outreach. He will oversee cutting-edge academic programs that prepare students for successful careers in high-demand professions with the knowledge and skills to tackle complex challenges.
SUNY Delhi's School of Applied Technologies and Architecture provides hands-on, career-focused education in skilled trades and disciplines such as architecture, construction, electrical construction, HVAC, renewable energy integration, mechatronics, plumbing, welding, and more. Delhi graduates are highly sought after and enjoy a wealth of employment opportunities in their fields.
Visit www.delhi.edu to learn more.