Sue Curran - TestsForge Expert Profile


Sue Curran received the Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, the B.A. degree in physics, and the Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, in 2000, 2000, and 2004, respectively. From 2004 to 2008, she was a postdoctoral associate at DePaul University. She was with the department of certification exam prepare course at Oracle from 2008 to 2010. She has been with the department of Oracle certification exam prep at TestsForge since 2011 where she is a director. Her research interests include the following certification exam: 642-974 DCNIS2, E20-816 Symmetrix Solutions Expert Exam for Technology Architects, HP2-H23 Sales Essentials of HP Workstations, HT0-101 HTI+ Residential Systems, HP0-M37 HP Data Protector Software Fundamentals for UNIX, E20-597 Backup Recovery - NetWorker Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, HP0-760 NonStop Kernel Advanced (Level 2), HP0-698 Supporting the HP ProLiant Storage Server Product Family, 650-379 Advanced Borderless Network Architecture System Engineer (ABNASEE), 646-561 ASAM, HP2-Z13 Selling HP IP Telephony Solutions, JN0-360 Service Provider Routing and Switching, Specialist (JNCIS-SP), JN0-311 WX, Associate (JNCIA-WX), 352-011 Cisco Certified Design Expert Practical and HP0-S30 Design and Implementation of HP SIM and HP Insight Control. Sue Curran also creates the website Southerntierwest which is web-based home of the Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board (STW). Sue Curran built this website to support the mission of SouthernTier West and their efforts to help coordinate and foster planning and development activities in Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua Counties in New York. With support from corporate sponsors and government programs, this planning board is aiming to promote social, physical, and economic development in this tri-county area. Sue Curran invites all visitors to the area to browse the website, learn about the area and the people that make it so special, check out upcoming events, and visit the links to the local businesses that support the local economy.



1. One of the best examples of STW board advocating for their community is in the local foods program. At the page of food.html, Sue Curran shares the story of STW being awarded a grant to enhance local food efforts. The goal of this program is to promote and demonstrate the benefits of consuming locally grown produce and locally made products. …Southern Tier West received a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission to enhance local food efforts across the southern tier west region …

 

2. Recently, a feasibility study was conducted and the resulting action recommendations were compiled into a report for the Southern Tier West Regional Planning Development Board. The study was based on the long-term goal to capitalize on opportunities for a regional food system scale-up. Sue Curran makes this report available at the page of STW Food Hub Study & Recommendations. …A solid system of ordering and delivery without a strong and reliable supply of products will affirm what many already suspect…

 

3. Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board recently conducted a study of US Highway 219 project. As Sue Curran explains at page of 219study, completing this road project would make more communities in this area accessible, which would benefit local business development and open up the area for future business investment from outside sources. …The remaining sections of US 219 between Ashford Hollow and I-86 in Salamanca are not designed and have no funding designated as of April 2009 …

 

4. On the multimodalstudy page, Sue Curran shares an important multi-modal study conducted by STW. The focus of this study and report explores the feasibility of creating a multi-modal freight transfer facility and industrial business park for the STW region. This study is a great example of the diligent planning that STW is undertaking to plan for future growth.

 

5. The final report and statement of feasibility from the Multi-Modal Freight Transfer Facility and Manufacturing Center Study is being made available by Sue Curran at the page of Feasibility Report. This report summarizes the results of study examining the feasibility of developing this facility and its commercial viability over time.

 

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