“The teams did absolutely fantastic, especially considering most teams had graduate student members, whereas Alfred State teams were composed of all undergraduate students,” said Boardman, who noted that each member of the second-place team received a free Apple TV on day one.
These mailings featured humorous memes of Alfred State’s mascot, Orvis the Pioneer, and Spencer Peavey, senior director of student engagement, urging students to register for orientation. They also included helpful information about campus life, staying informed on potential emergencies, and financial aid.
For more information or to learn how to register, call the Center for Community Education and Training at 607-587-4015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The honor began in 2012 and is named for Bob Pahl, a Boston-area architect, who graduated from Alfred State in 1981 with a degree in architectural engineering technology. Pahl donated the first- and second-place prizes, which were presented this year to Taquon Middleton, of Brooklyn, who received $800, and Kara Anderson, of Ontario, who received $200.
The menu will feature classic French cuisine, such as crown roast of pork, coq au van, crème brulee, French onion soup, cream puffs, cassoulet with duck, broccoli mornay, and much, much more.
The STAR Center is a collaboration of two organizations in the department: the Architecture Club and the Interior Design Club, which, through the promotion of sound design and planning principles, seek to enhance the local built environment.
Jake Kohler, a technology management major from Babylon, and Elizabeth Parker, an architecture major from Campbell, received the awards from Dr. Cristiana Panicco, president of Sant’Anna, and Alfred State Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Kristin Poppo.
Danielle Green, a court reporting and captioning instructor in the Alfred State Business Department and a freelance court reporter, contributed to the National Court Reporters Association’s (NCRA) recently released book “Court Reporter Survival Guide: School Success Stories.”
The exhibit contains about 20 paintings, nearly all of them watercolor, that Fox has completed within the last three years. Its title is French for “exuberant enjoyment of life.”
The Women In Non-traditional Studies (WINS) Club hosted the 22nd annual Women in the Field Dinner Oct. 29 in the Allegany Room of the Alfred State Central Dining Hall, with 38 attendees.