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Susan McKee McCormick

Chief of Coastal Erosion Management Program

New York State Department

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New York State Department

6 Empire State Plaza Room 414

Albany, New York,12228

United States

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The New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Occupational Health and Injury Prevention is committed to the prevention of workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. The Bureau conducts a number of public health programs to identify occupational diseas...more

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Clarkson University - Clarkson Alumni - Alumni Profiles

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Sue McKee McCormick '79Sue McKee McCormick '79Susan McKee McCormick received her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University in 1979.Since her graduation, Sue has had over 20 years of environmental engineering experience.As an Associate Environmental Engineer and Section Chief at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Sue was responsible for developing the RFQ/RFP process used by the NYSDEC for retaining consulting services on Superfund projects, and wrote the technical requirements for the New York State Superfund Standby Consultant contracts.Ms McCormick was responsible for hazardous waste investigation projects up to $2 million each and remediation projects up to $8 million each.She was the project director for over 100 sites and consultant to regional staff on over 50 more, where Sue was responsible for the technical and administrative consistency, and program and policy compliance.Sue has been the technical lead for developing the guidance for the New York State Voluntary Clean-up Program.Sue moved on to be a Business Line Manager for Shaw Environmental Inc. where she was responsible for financial management, business development and overall client management for an office of 30 in-house staff.Currently, Sue is working as a Grant Project Coordinator at Union College where she is responsible for the coordination and management associated with two National Science Foundation grants to enhance retention of under-represented students in engineering, science, computer science, and math.Sue is also currently working on a Masters of Science degree in Guidance and Counseling at Sage Graduate School.Volunteerism has been a hallmark in Sue's career.Examples of her community involvement have been her commitment to the Project Lead the Way program serving as Chairperson from 1997-2002.She is currently the Chairperson for the US FIRST Robotics, Capital Region Robotics Team 250, and Sue has been a mentor to high school technology students for the past seven years providing advice and guidance on selecting colleges and majors, many of whom have ended up at Clarkson.Her commitment to Clarkson has been outstanding having been involved with the Alumni Association Executive Council since 1993 serving as a member-at-large, member of the executive committee, and serving as president of the Alumni Association in 2002-2003.Regionally, she has been involved with the Capital District Chapter since 1988 and has organized many chapter events.Sue returns to Clarkson each year for reunion weekend to support and contribute to the women's hockey mini-reunion.Along the way Sue has been the recipient of the Gordon C. "Stub" Baker '27 Chapter Service Citation, the Alumni Admissions Recognition Award, and the Woodstock Award for young alumni achievement.


Clarkson University - News - Four Receive Clarkson University's Highest Alumni Honor

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Nelson F. Gibbs of Los Angeles, Calif.; Richard R. Griffith of Utica, N.Y.; Daniel C. Heintzelman of Loveland, Ohio; and Susan McKee McCormick of Schenectady, N. Y., have been honored with Clarkson University's highest alumni honor, the Golden Knight Award. Susan McKee McCormick, an environmental engineer and grant project coordinator at Union College, received her bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from Clarkson University in 1979.Since her graduation from Clarkson, McCormick has had over 20 years of environmental engineering experience.As an associate environmental engineer and section chief at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), McCormick was responsible for developing the RFQ/RFP process used by NYSDEC for retaining consulting services on Superfund projects, and wrote the technical requirements for the New York State Superfund Standby Consultant contracts. McCormick was also responsible for hazardous waste investigation projects budgeted up to $2 million and remediation projects budgeted at up to $8 million.McCormick has been the project director for over 100 hazardous waste investigations and remediation.She has been a consultant to regional staff on over 50 similar projects, where she was responsible for the technical and administrative consistency, and program and policy compliance.McCormick has also been the technical lead for developing guidelines for the New York State Voluntary Clean-up Program.After working for NYSDEC, McCormick moved on to be a business line manager for Shaw Environmental Inc., where she was responsible for financial management, business development, and overall client management for the company. As a Grant Project Coordinator at Union College, she is responsible for the coordination and management associated with two National Science Foundation grants to enhance retention of underrepresented students in engineering, science, computer science, and math. McCormick is also currently working on a master's degree in guidance and counseling at Sage Graduate School. Over the years, McCormick's commitment to her alma mater has been outstanding.She has been involved with the Alumni Association Executive Council since 1993, serving as a member-at-large of the executive committee and as president of the Alumni Association in 2002-03.Regionally, she has been involved with the Capital District Chapter since 1988 and has organized many chapter events. McCormick returns to Clarkson each year for reunion weekend to support and contribute to the women's hockey mini-reunion.Along the way McCormick has been the recipient of the Gordon C. "Stub" Baker '27 Chapter Service Citation, the Alumni Admissions Recognition Award, and the Woodstock Award for young alumni achievement. PHOTO CAPTION: Four Clarkson University alumni were honored this past weekend with Clarkson University's highest alumni honor, the Golden Knight Award. [L-R] Nelson F. Gibbs '59, Richard R. Griffith '69, Susan M. McCormick '79, and Daniel C. Heintzelman '79.


Army Corps Considers More Sand For Montauk, Public Criticizes Sea Level Projections At FIMP Hearings | East End Beacon

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Steve Couch of the Army Corps of Engineers and Susan McCormick of the DEC at Wednesday's forum in Montauk.
Steve Couch of the Army Corps of Engineers and Susan McCormick of the DEC at Wednesday's forum in Montauk. Susan McCormick of the DEC said at both meetings that the Army Corps will be getting out of the beach renourishment business in 30 years, and will only maintain other aspects of the FIMP project, like management of breaches in the barrier islands, for 20 years after that. "It's predominantly climate change and sea level rise, and the cost to the government to keep supporting risky areas," she said. "We want to put people on notice. Your mortgage should be paid off by then." Ms. McCormick added that the Shore Protection Act calls for homeowners near the ocean to develop erosion control districts, and be their own local sponsor for maintaining the shoreline. "In the Town of Southampton, you have quite a few of those. That's people taking care of their own future," she said at the Southampton meeting.


sagharboronline.com

Steve Couch, the chief of the Army Corps' coastal section of the New York District, and Susan McCormick, the chief of the DEC's Coastal Erosion Management Section and Bureau of Flood Protection and Dam Safety, will be among the presenters.


Bronx Council for Environmental Quality » Projects

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Send in comments on or before September 18, 2009 to Sue McCormick, P.E. NYS DEC 625 Broadway Albany, NY 12233-3506 sdmccorm@gw.dec.state.ny.us Here are ...


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