For all 14 of the degree programs now offered to new students at the School of Applied Technology, Alfred State College (ASC) ranks among the top five schools in the nation. Graduates are able to launch their careers in the automotive, construction, manufacturing, and restaurant industries after two years of study.
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor Jim Grillo was honored with the Alfred State President’s Medallion Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Alfred State Lake Lodge.
The college is looking to raise $120,000 from more than 500 donors during its Day of Giving, set for Nov. 28.
Zac Barbis, residence director and coordinator of Student Leadership, and Brittany Richards, coordinator of Student Activities, presented at the Mid-Atlantic Region Conference for the National Association of Campus Activities in Buffalo, and the College Student Personnel Association of New York State Annual Conference in Corning.
“The Rochester career day is to give students the opportunity to explore construction-related skilled trades through hands-on activities,” stated Dr. Craig Clark, vice president of Economic Development at Alfred State. “The students know these careers are well paying and available in the region.”
From health technologies to veterinary care and forensic science, Alfred State College (ASC) is ranked top 10 in the nation among schools with selected majors. The 2018 Best Colleges list from US News and World Report and other ranking sites have awarded the college high national honors when comparing schools offering programs in the School of Arts and Sciences.
Artist Tracy Hetzel will be presenting the resultant watercolor exhibition titled “Camouflage” at the Hinkle Memorial Library Gallery from Nov. 3-29.
More than 60 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) educators and industry professionals gathered for a forum at Alfred State recently to explore the economic future of western New York, closing the skills gap, and increasing interest in STEM fields.
Festa Italiana dinner is from 5-7 p.m. Nov. 9 in the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus. The cost of the meal is $17 for adults and $8 for children 10 and under.
Kellogg's contribution is a personal memoir titled “Mossberg Memories,” in which he describes the joy of hunting experiences shared with his brother for more than half a century. He notes that Allegany County is a sporting paradise for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, boating, hunting, and fishing.