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Lowes & Skills USA Team up for Wellsville Playground

Skills USA and LowesThe Alfred State College SkillsUSA chapter is using grant money received from Lowe's to develop a local Elementary School playground project.

Skills USA and LowesThe Alfred State College SkillsUSA chapter received a $10,000 grant from Lowe’s and SkillsUSA in March 2007. The Alfred SkillsUSA team wanted to make a significant difference in its college community through both the leadership opportunity and financial gift that they had been awarded.

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Opening Remarks January 2008

Alfred State College's Orvis Auditorium was filled to capacity on Jan. 14 as the College's new president, Dr. John M. Anderson addressed the campus community for the first time in his new role.

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Centennial Ergo Reception

Alfred State College alumni, students, faculty, staff, and retirees connected recently at a special "Centennial Poetry Reading" where the alumni centennial issue of Ergo, the campus literary magazine, was officially "unveiled."

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SUNY Board of Trustees Appoints Dr. John M. Anderson President of Alfred State College

The SUNY Board of Trustees today appointed Dr. John M. Anderson as the next president of Alfred State College. Dr. Anderson's appointment is effective March 1, 2008.

Albany - The SUNY Board of Trustees today appointed Dr. John M. Anderson as the next president of Alfred State College. Dr. Anderson's appointment is effective March 1, 2008. He will earn a salary of $185,000.

Dr. Anderson has, since 2004, served as executive vice president and provost at Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.Y. In addition, he has recently served as interim vice president for student life at the college. Previously, he was vice president for academic affairs at two SUNY campuses, SUNY Institute of Technology and Alfred State.

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Pay it Forward Scholarships

The Alfred State College Nursing Department is continuing its "Pay It Forward" philosophy through the awarding of its second annual "Pay It Forward" scholarship.

The Alfred State College Nursing Department is continuing its "Pay It Forward" philosophy through the awarding of its second annual "Pay It Forward" scholarship, established during the fall 2005 semester and presented to this year's recipients, senior nursing students Katrina Tracy-Folts, Whitesville, and Megan Williams, Houghton, at semester's end. 

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ASC’s Neal Named Interim Vice President for Administrative Affairs

Chuck Neal Charles V. Neal, professor, Business Technology Department, has taken on the duties of interim vice president for administrative affairs.

Chuck Neal Charles V. Neal, professor, Business Technology Department, has taken on the duties of interim vice president for administrative affairs.

Neal,'74, Wellsville, joined the ASC faculty as an instructor in 1977 and has moved through the ranks achieving the rank of full professor in 1999. His primary faculty responsibility included teaching a variety of accounting courses, advising students, and serving as Accounting Club adviser.

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Alfred State Surpasses Fundraising Goal

Alfred State College has announced that it has raised $1,043,000 for the building of its new Construction Industry Workforce Development Center in Wellsville, surpassing its original goal of $1 million.

Alfred State College has announced that it has raised $1,043,000 for the building of its new Construction Industry Workforce Development Center in Wellsville, surpassing its original goal of $1 million.

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WINS Gives Christmas Gifts

Alfred State College's WINS Club recently raised $354 in bottle and can returns and monetary donations from the campus community and from Immaculate Conception School (ICS) in Wellsville to buy presents for an area family.

Alfred State College's WINS Club (Women in Non-traditional Studies--though membership is open to all students) recently raised $354 in bottle and can returns and monetary donations from the campus community and from Immaculate Conception School (ICS) in Wellsville to buy presents for an area family.

ASC staff also donated used clothing and toys for the family. The fourth-, fifth-, and eighth-grade classes at ICS donated food, blankets, and money as well. Additionally, newly formed ASC fraternity, Alpha Rho Kappa, donated children's clothing and money.

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Building Trades Student Receives NWAIC Scholarship

Alfred State College student Elisabeth Elliott, Johnson City, a Building Trades freshman at the college's School of Applied Technology, was awarded a $500 National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) scholarship from Buffalo Chapter #172.

[img_assist|nid=3473|title=Elisabeth Elliot|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=250|height=197]Alfred State College student Elisabeth Elliott, Johnson City, a Building Trades freshman at the college's School of Applied Technology, was awarded a $500 National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) scholarship from Buffalo Chapter #172.  The Buffalo Chapter #172 NAWIC sponsors the Alfred State Student Chapter which is open to all female students enrolled in the building trades curriculums.   Dennis Prutzman, associate professor, Building Trades, serves as the adviser for the Al

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New Cleanroom Facility at Alfred State College

The Electrical Engineering Technology Department at Alfred State College will open a brand new class 10,000 cleanroom laboratory facility specifically designed for semiconductor manufacturing technology for the upcoming spring 2008 semester

The Electrical Engineering Technology Department at Alfred State College will open a brand new class 10,000 cleanroom laboratory facility specifically designed for semiconductor manufacturing technology for the upcoming spring 2008 semester. Through a recent NYSTAR (Science, Technology, and Academic Research) grant opportunity, Alfred State has been able to complete this new microelectronics laboratory facility at a fraction of the cost of comparable industrial equipment. The laboratory has been equipped with Modu-Lab semiconductor device manufacturing equipment, which

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