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Alfred State Welcomes 40 New Employees

Alfred State proudly welcomed 40 new faculty and staff members recently.

Alfred State proudly welcomed 40 new faculty and staff members recently.

Kristin Poppo is the new vice president for academic affairs. Originally from Belmont, Mass., she holds several degrees, including a doctorate in philosophy from the University of North Carolina, a master’s degree in divinity from Harvard Divinity School, a master’s degree in teaching/environmental communications from Antioch – New England Graduate School, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religion from Colgate University, where she graduated cum laude.

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Visit SUNY at the New York State Fair

Orvis with Carl McCallOrvis met with Chairman of the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees ‌H. Carl McCall, at The Great New York State Fair. Visit SUNY in the Science and Industry Building now through Sept. 1.

Visit SUNY at The Great New York State Fair in the Science and Industry Building now through Sept. 1 to learn about new online academic opportunities, financial aid support, alumni networking, and more.

Orvis met with Chairman of the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees ‌H. Carl McCall.

Orvis with Carl McCall

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Alfred State to host Citizen Preparedness Training Program

“We are excited to offer the Citizen Preparedness Training Program,” said Sullivan. “The expertise of our employees is extraordinary, and the more citizens that are trained and educated, the better our communities will be as a result.”

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Alfred State President Dr. Skip Sullivan, Alfred Village Mayor Justin Grigg, Allegany County Board of Legislators Chairman Curt Crandall and others are inviting the public to attend an upcoming Citizen Preparedness Training Program.

The free program will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, in the Student Leadership Center at Alfred State, 10 Upper College Drive, Alfred. All participants must register in advance at www.prepare.ny.gov.

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Alfred State welcomes new students for 2014-15 academic year

new students making an AAfter Sullivan’s concluding remarks, students, faculty, and staff headed to Pioneer Stadium to create a human Alfred State logo for a photo session, which was followed by food, music and activities outdoors nearby the stadium.

new students making an AAlfred State officially welcomed more than 1,300 freshmen to campus Thursday during a New Student Convocation led by President Dr. Skip Sullivan.

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Bachelor of Architecture program formally granted initial candidacy from NAAB

Dr. John C. Williams, dean of the School of Architecture, Management and Engineering Technology, said NAAB granted the status after approving the Architecture and Design Department’s accreditation plan and conducting an initial candidacy visit.

Alfred State’s Bachelor of Architecture program has moved one step closer toward accreditation from the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) after the board formally granted the program initial candidacy status earlier this month.

Dr. John C. Williams, dean of the School of Architecture, Management and Engineering Technology, said NAAB granted the status after approving the Architecture and Design Department’s accreditation plan and conducting an initial candidacy visit.

The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., Funds Students Through Work-Grant Program

The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., annually funds up to eight Alfred State students through its work-grant program, allowing students who are ineligible for work-study funds to find employment on campus. The grant is renewable on an annual basis.

The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., annually funds up to eight Alfred State students through its work-grant program, allowing students who are ineligible for work-study funds to find employment on campus. The grant is renewable on an annual basis.

Additionally, departments within Alfred State can request student workers with specific skills and the work-grant coordinator attempts to meet those needs with appropriate student help.

Local Educator Selected to Participate in Advanced Placement Program Reading

Dr. Earl Packard, a Hornell native and professor in the Alfred State Mathematics and Physics Department, was selected to participate in the annual College Board’s Annual AP Reading in calculus – it was his 12th time serving in this capacity.

Dr. Earl Packard, a Hornell native and professor in the Alfred State Mathematics and Physics Department, was selected to participate in the annual College Board’s Annual AP Reading in calculus – it was his 12th time serving in this capacity.

Each June, exceptional AP teachers and college faculty members from around the world gather in the United States to evaluate and score the free-response sections of the AP Exams. During the June 2014 scoring sessions, more than 12,500 AP Readers evaluate more than 4.2 million AP Exams.

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Alfred State to Partner with Buffalo’s Burgard High School on Advanced Manufacturing Early College Program

“Alfred State is pleased to be asked to play a key role in developing the new Advanced Manufacturing Early College. This initiative will prepare Burgard students to be qualified for advanced manufacturing careers, which are in high demand in the region,” said Alfred State President Dr. Skip Sullivan.” It will change lives.”

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the approval by the Buffalo Board of Education to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the state and community partners to create an advanced manufacturing early college program at PS 301 Burgard High School. Burgard teachers, together with Alfred State instructors, will train students in skills such as automotive technology, welding, and machine tool technology (CNC machining).

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Kellogg Publishes article in THE SERPENTINE MUSE journal

The article, titled “Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Sherlockian,” summarizes the life and literary legacy of Gilman (1860-1935), a prominent writer and a crusader in the feminist movement.

Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of THE SERPENTINE MUSE, a quarterly literary journal. The article, titled “Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Sherlockian,” summarizes the life and literary legacy of Gilman (1860-1935), a prominent writer and a crusader in the feminist movement. Gilman is most remembered today for “The Yellow Wallpaper,” a short story written in 1892 after she experienced a serious episode of postpartum depression.

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Alfred State in the News

Alfred State's BArch program is featured on page eight of this issue of Building the Southern Tier 2014. The Zero Energy Green Home is also included, on page 16.

Alfred State's BArch program is featured on page eight of this issue of Building the Southern Tier 2014. The Zero Energy Green Home is also included, on page 16.

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