Sammons successfully defended his dissertation, “Our Right to Know: How Campus Police Chiefs Experience the Clery Act” and subsequently completed all requirements to graduate with a Doctorate in Education (EdD) in organizational leadership.
For two weeks, Stevens trained installers in Abuja, Nigeria on photovoltaic systems. Though the original plan was to train 20 people, the project was expanded, and a total of 53 participants were trained.
“Betsy’s distinguished career of more than 25 years at JCC has prepared her well for leading our enrollment management and related departments,” said Executive Vice President Valerie Nixon. “She is a seasoned pro in multiple areas of administration, including financial aid, enrollment management, and most recently serving as vice president for students at JCC.”
Honorees received a certificate and a college umbrella.
Honorees received a college clock and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.
Honorees received a college chair and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.
The State University Police Department at Alfred State College has added a new officer to its ranks: Stephen H. Crouch.
Those honored included Colleen Argentieri, Joy Carlson, Diane Kilbury, Willard Mlott, Valerie Nixon, Mary Scholla, and Thomas Stolberg.
Those honored included Mark Amman, professor, Physical and Life Sciences; Jeffrey Goodrich, senior programmer/analyst, Technology Services; and Takao Takeuchi, professor, Mathematics and Physics.
Dawn Linke, instructional support specialist, Technology Services, was honored recently for her 40 years of service to Alfred State College.