National Recognition

Pioneering Community Development Measurement Model Developed at ASC

“The times they are a changin’.”

“Not too long ago,” notes Dr. Steven J. Tyrell, vice president for student affairs at Alfred State College, “a generation was considered to be about 15-20 years. Nowadays, there are more frequent marked shifts in students’ attitudes and values. The millennial generation is comprised of more than 10 distinctly different sub-populations of students. New sub-populations can emerge as quickly as every 18 months!”

“The times they are a changin’.”

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Peavey Presents at NODA Conference

Spencer PeaveySpencer Peavey, Alfred State College director of Student Activities and Orientation, recently presented at the National Orientation DirectorsAssociation (NODA) conference on “Expecting More Out of Your Orientation Program: A Great Way to Incorporate Service into Your Orientation Program.” Peavey, who developed New Student Service Day four years ago, reviewed the program paired with academic and retention information.

Spencer PeaveySpencer Peavey, Alfred State College director of Student Activities and Orientation, recently presented at the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) conference on “Expecting More Out of Your Orientation Program: A Great Way to Incorporate Service into Your Orientation Program.” Peavey, who developed New Student Service Day four years ago, reviewed the program paired with academic and retention information.

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Moore Named Coach of the Year

Coach Gary Moore with autographed running shoesGary Moore has been named the NJCAA Division III men's cross country coach of the year following Alfred State's 2nd place finish at the National Championships.  Moore was chosen for the award by his fellow coaches.

Coach Gary Moore with autographed running shoesGary Moore has been named the NJCAA Division III men's cross country coach of the year following Alfred State's 2nd place finish at the National Championships.  Moore was chosen for the award by his fellow coaches.

Four Pioneers Run to All-American Honors

Four members of the Alfred State College cross country team ran to NJCAA Division III honors with top 15 finishes at the National Championships last weekend at Finger Lakes CC.  John Sweeney (Barker) earned first team, Brandon Lewis (Red Creek) and Carey Crooker (Addison) earned second team, and Joe Seitz (Williamsville North) was third team.

Four members of the Alfred State College cross country team ran to NJCAA Division III honors with top 15 finishes at the National Championships last weekend at Finger Lakes CC.  John Sweeney (Barker) earned first team, Brandon Lewis (Red Creek) and Carey Crooker (Addison) earned second team, and Joe Seitz (Williamsville North) was third team.

Dairy Judging Team Competed in National Contests

Members of the Alfred State College Dairy Judging Team recently competed in two national contests: one in Harrisburg, PA, and one in Madison, WI. The team members include Stephen Gould, Pavilion, agricultural technology major; Kelsie Brennan, Wyoming, agricultural business major; Brittany Spencer, Perry, individual studies major; and Stephanie Spencer, Perry, agricultural technology major.

Members of the Alfred State College Dairy Judging Team recently competed in two national contests: one in Harrisburg, PA, and one in Madison, WI. The team members include Stephen Gould, Pavilion, agricultural technology major; Kelsie Brennan, Wyoming, agricultural business major; Brittany Spencer, Perry, individual studies major; and Stephanie Spencer, Perry, agricultural technology major. The team is coached by Erin Atkins, lecturer, and Dr.

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Alfred State College in Top 10 Best Public Baccalaureate Colleges in the North

US-NewsAlfred State College is ranked 31st of the Top 50 baccalaureate colleges in the North and tied for 9th place for the best public baccalaureate college in the North in the 2010 edition of "America's Best Colleges" by U.S. News & World Report, the nation's leading source of service journalism and news. This is the third consecutive year that Alfred State has appeared

US-NewsAlfred State College is ranked 31st of the Top 50 baccalaureate colleges in the North and tied for 9th place for the best public baccalaureate college in the North in the 2010 edition of "America's Best Colleges" by U.S. News & World Report, the nation's leading source of service journalism and news. This is the third consecutive year that Alfred State has appeared in the America's Best Colleges rankings.

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Tyrell Selected to Serve on National Task Force on Professional Standards

Dr. TyrellDr. Steven Tyrell, vice president for student affairs, has been selected to serve on a national task force that will look at developing a unified set of professional standards and knowledge competencies for student affairs professionals. The joint task force will look to unify professional standards that exist in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the American College Personnel Association – International (ACPA).

Dr. TyrellDr. Steven Tyrell, vice president for student affairs, has been selected to serve on a national task force that will look at developing a unified set of professional standards and knowledge competencies for student affairs professionals. The joint task force will look to unify professional standards that exist in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the American College Personnel Association – International (ACPA).

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Blake is Co-author

Melissa Blake, instructor, Business Department at Alfred State College, is a co-author on a revision of The Complete Court Reporter's Handbook and Guide for Realtime Writers.

Melissa Blake, instructor, Business Department at Alfred State College, is a co-author on a revision of The Complete Court Reporter's Handbook and Guide for Realtime Writers.

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ASC Takes Second Place in National BUV Competition

BUV TeamThe Alfred State College BUV Team overcame enormous adversity and achieved a second-place finish in the Ninth Annual National Basic Utility Vehicle Competition.  

BUV TeamThe Alfred State College BUV Team overcame enormous adversity and achieved a second-place finish in the Ninth Annual National Basic Utility Vehicle Competition.  

A BUV is, according to the Institute for Affordable Transportation (IAT) which sponsors the competition, a vehicle for change.  Its purpose is to help meet peoples' everyday needs at the ends of the earth, promote trade, and reduce poverty at a grassroots level. 

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Dr. Richard Kellogg Author of Article

Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade, a quarterly magazine published by Gryphon Books of Brooklyn.  Titled "Philip Wylie's Final Dream," the article notes that author Philip Wylie (1902-1971) was writing about global warming, contamination of our air and water, and the grave risks of nuclear power long before these issues reached public consciousness.

Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade, a quarterly magazine published by Gryphon Books of Brooklyn.  Titled "Philip Wylie's Final Dream," the article notes that author Philip Wylie (1902-1971) was writing about global warming, contamination of our air and water, and the grave risks of nuclear power long before these issues reached public consciousness.

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