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Andy Wolfe chairs SUNYIT’s Engineering, Science and Applied Mathematics Department and teaches in the areas of transportation, construction, general engineering, and entrepreneurship. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute. Dr. Wolfe has industrial experience in traffic engineering, project management and transportation, parking, bus routing & scheduling and traffic planning for major events. He has performed research for the New York State Dept. of Transportation on “Statistical Variations in Level of Service determined by the Highway Capacity Manual for Freeways” and also participated in research projects concerning air terminal designs, the logistics of hazardous material transportation and on NCHRP oversight panels. Andy’s interest in transportation extends to historical archaeology with his work to locate and restore Erie Canal Structures in New York State. Andy is a member of the Transportation Research Board, and a member of the Highway Capacity and Quality of Service committee.