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Alfred State honors 10-year employees

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:45

Members of the faculty and staff at Alfred State were honored recently for their years of service at the college.

Those employees honored for 10 years included Kenneth Baker, Canisteo, cleaner, Facilities Services; Kristine Clark, Hornell, cleaner, Facilities Services; Jacalyn Clemons, Wellsville, cleaner, Facilities Services; Daniel Davison, Bolivar, instructional support assistant, Automotive Trades; Joel Dudley, Wellsville; lead programmer/analyst, Technology Services; Marsha Goodwin, Troupsburg, secretary 1, Digital Media and Animation, Architecture and Design, and Computer and Information Technology; William Greene, Andover, maintenance assistant mechanic, Facilities Services; Laurie Halsey, Alfred Station, cleaner, Facilities Services; Garry Kring, Arkport, janitor, Facilities Services; SueAnn Kring, Arkport, assistant to the executive vice president; Tracy Locke, Canandaigua, associate professor, Physical and Life Sciences; Peter McClain, Alfred, senior staff assistant, Business Affairs; Marjorie Morgan, Dansville, agency program aide, Student Records and Financial Services; Spencer Peavey, Wellsville, assistant vice president for Student Affairs; Nichole Preston, Hornell, instructional support associate, Physical and Life Sciences; Florence Stephens, Hornell, admissions counselor, Admissions; Amy Werner, Angelica, instructional support technician, Physical and Life Sciences; Jeffrey Wilcox, Nunda, lieutenant; and Kyle Winans, Andover, plumber/steamfitter, Facilities Services.

Honorees received a certificate and a college umbrella.

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Kenneth Baker, Jacalyn Clemons, Marsha Goodwin, Daniel Davison, Joel Dudley, Laurie Halsey, SueAnn Kring, and Garry Kring. Back row, from left, are Kyle Winans, Jeffrey Wilcox, Amy Werner, Nichole Preston, Marjorie Morgan, Peter McClain, and Tracy Locke.

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Kenneth Baker, Jacalyn Clemons, Marsha Goodwin, Daniel Davison, Joel Dudley, Laurie Halsey, SueAnn Kring, and Garry Kring. Back row, from left, are Kyle Winans, Jeffrey Wilcox, Amy Werner, Nichole Preston, Marjorie Morgan, Peter McClain, and Tracy Locke.


Alfred State honors 20-year employees

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:30

Pictured sitting, from left to right, are Mary Bordeaux and Matthew Heller. Back row, from left to right, are Gregory Sammons and Calvin O’Dell.Members of the faculty and staff at Alfred State were honored recently for their years of service at the college.

Those employees honored for 20 years included Mary Bordeaux, Almond, keyboard specialist, Procurement and Payment Services; Kandi Geibel, Hornell, senior associate director of Admissions, Admissions; Matthew Heller, Hornell, chief of police, University Police; Calvin O’Dell, Greenwood, lecturer, Electrical Trades; Gregory Sammons, Arkport, vice president for Student Affairs.

Honorees received a college clock and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.

Pictured sitting, from left to right, are Mary Bordeaux and Matthew Heller. Back row, from left to right, are Gregory Sammons and Calvin O’Dell.


Alfred State honors 25-year employees

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:15

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Regina Boyd, Robert Bretzin, and Steven Martinelli. Back row, from left to right, are Choichiro Yatani, Robin Torpey, and Vanessa Stachowski.Members of the faculty and staff at Alfred State were honored recently for their years of service at the college.

Those employees honored for 25 years included Regina Boyd, Hornell, women’s basketball coach, physical education instructor, Athletics; Robert Bretzin, Portville, assistant professor, Computerized Design and Manufacturing; Steven Martinelli, Andover, professor, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology; Vanessa Stachowski, Belmont, nurse, Health and Wellness Services; Robin Torpey, Cuba, associate professor, Computer and Information Technology; and Choichiro Yatani, Alfred Station, professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Honorees received a college chair and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Regina Boyd, Robert Bretzin, and Steven Martinelli. Back row, from left to right, are Choichiro Yatani, Robin Torpey, and Vanessa Stachowski.


Alfred State honors 30-year employees

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:00

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Andrew Bayus and Patricia Lewis-Brownell. Back row, from left to right, are Deborah Neu and Roger Elias.Members of the faculty and staff at Alfred State were honored recently for their years of service at the college.

Those employees honored for 30 years included Andrew Bayus, Alfred Station, director of College Housing, Residential Services; Larry Drumm, Almond, motor equipment mechanic, Facilities Services; Roger Elias, Wellsville, general mechanic, Facilities Services; Patricia Lewis-Brownell, Wellsville, secretary, School of Applied Technology; and Deborah Neu, Hornell, secretary, Student Records and Financial Services.

Honorees received a college watch and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.

Pictured, sitting, from left to right, are Andrew Bayus and Patricia Lewis-Brownell. Back row, from left to right, are Deborah Neu and Roger Elias.


Alfred State honors 35-year employees

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 10:00
Kathleen Bayus
Kathleen Bayus

Members of the faculty and staff at Alfred State were honored recently for their years of service at the college.

Those employees honored for 35 years included Kathleen Bayus, Alfred Station, secretary 1, Marketing Communications; and Lawrence Perkins, Andover, grounds supervisor, Facilities Services.

Honorees received a college weather station and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.


Alfred State rolls out new ‘Feast Beast’ food truck

Posted Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 09:15

Food truck mania will sweep over Alfred State this fall, ushered in by the arrival of “The Feast Beast,” the college’s first mobile dining venue.

President Dr. Skip Sullivan drives the new “Feast Beast” food truck through a ribbon during a ceremony
President Dr. Skip Sullivan drives the new “Feast Beast” food truck through a ribbon

Alfred State President Dr. Skip Sullivan drove the Beast through the inaugural blue ribbon, Monday, June 13, signaling the arrival of the 24-foot truck. The Beast, which will serve exclusively on the Alfred State campuses and property, will offer signature sandwiches and hand-crafted burgers and salads. The food truck is owned and operated by Auxiliary Campus Enterprises and Services, Inc. (ACES), the not-for-profit corporation that provides dining services on campus.

“The multi-year renovation of the MacKenzie Complex has forced us to close one of the most popular eateries on campus,” explained ACES Executive Director David Sengstock. “We had to come up with a flexible solution that would fill the needs of students who will be looking for convenient dining choices. Our new food truck provides us the ability to be anywhere on campus and with the equipment onboard, we can serve a tremendous variety of menu items.”

The truck, designed by Custom Mobile Food Equipment, with graphics created by Lonowood Art Company, was available for tours at its debut. Students, faculty, and staff are already lining up for the opportunity to see and taste what “The Feast Beast” has to offer.

“My friends and I are so excited to jump into food truck cuisine,” said Kaitlin Johnson, a culinary arts major from Fredonia. “Even though it’s only June, I’m ready for August already. I loved the chance to see the inside of the truck before ACES started using it.“

“The Beast will really up the ‘fun factor’ for student dining,” said Denise Brownell, director of Dining Services. “We designed the truck for maximum flexibility because we want to be able to respond to student feedback and change menu items easily. ACES is confident that students are going to be excited when they see the food truck on campus.”

Students will be able to use their meal plan to dine from the food truck by purchasing a value meal option, or by using Dining Dollars or Campus Spending Account cash. Cashiers onboard will also accept cash and credit cards.


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