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Friday, October 12, 2012

PITT-BRADFORD DEDICATES SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING WING IN HONOR OF HARVEY GOLUBOCK

PITT-BRADFORD DEDICATES SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING WING IN HONOR OF HARVEY GOLUBOCK


From left, Dr. Livingston Alexander, president of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford; Harry R. Halloran Jr., owner of American Refining Group; Harvey Golubock; and Craig Hartburg, chairman of the Pitt-Bradford Advisory Board, unveiling a plaque that will designate the south wing of Fisher Hall on campus as the Harvey L. Golubock Wing. (Photo by Alan Hancock)
 
BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford dedicated the south wing of its Fisher Hall science building Thursday in honor of Harvey L. Golubock, former chief executive officer of American Refining Group.

The “Harvey L. Golubock Science and Engineering Wing” was named in honor of Golubock for his service, contributions and generous support of Pitt-Bradford, especially in the area of energy studies. The dedication was made during the annual meeting of the Pitt-Bradford Advisory Board.

“As a longstanding member of the Advisory Board, Harvey has made enormous contributions to our campus financially and through his service and advocacy,” said Dr. Livingston Alexander, president. “We’re deeply grateful to Harvey for all he has done to help move our college forward.”

Golubock, who is currently president of ARG Resources, has served as a member of the Advisory Board for more than a decade and is currently serving as co-chairman of the $17.5 million 50 and Beyond campaign launched in March.

As CEO of ARG, Golubock led the transition of the Bradford refinery as it was sold by Witco Corp. to ARG in 1997. Under Golubock’s leadership, the refinery became profitable, and ARG became recognized as one of the best companies in Bradford to work for.

With the support of ARG’s owner, Harry R. Halloran Jr., Golubock developed a relationship between ARG and Pitt-Bradford that led to the establishment of the American Refining Group/Harry R. Halloran Jr. Energy Institute, a gift of 130 acres on West Corydon Street that doubled the physical size of the campus and the re-establishment of the petroleum technology program at Pitt-Bradford.

On a personal level, Golubock and his wife, Barbara, have endowed a scholarship for petroleum technology majors at Pitt-Bradford.

Golubock has said that his service is a way to repay the benefit of his own education through public colleges.

In 2008, Golubock and Halloran were honored with Pitt-Bradford’s Presidential Medal of Distinction, the university’s highest honor, for their contributions to Pitt-Bradford’s academic and physical growth.

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