Alfred State College - Campus News
Smiles were the order of the day, Thursday, May 8, when Alfred State College, its faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, students, friends from all walks of life, and SUNY (State University of New York) gathered to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the school's founding.
More than 1,000 of local school children and their teachers attended Alfred State College's annual Kiddie Ag Day celebration sponsored by the faculty, staff, and agriculture students at the college.
Alfred State College employees once again participated in the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Day in April. This event is open to employees' children, grandchildren, grandsons, nieces, and nephews between the ages of nine and 15.
Ronald P. Nasca, Hornell, has been appointed to the Alfred State College Council by the NYS Governor's Office.
Gregory Sammons, chief of police at Alfred State College, recently had an article published in Campus Law Enforcement Journal, March/April 2008 edition.
The article, "Do You Need More Officers? A Comprehensive Benchmarking Formula that Can Help You Make the Case," delineates the differences between campus and municipal police forces when determining the need for staffing.
Alfred State College and the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation dedicated to improving the Alfred State College community through the support of educational programs invite the public to view the most recently built home constructed by students enrolled in the Building Trades and Electrical/Electronics programs in the college's School of Applied Technology.
Now that Danica Patrick has become the first woman in a century to win a major racing event after driving into the winner's circle at the Indy Japan 300, it's a sure bet that females will soon become a more common sight in racing.
But it didn't take Patrick's success on the track to interest Kristy Johnson, Point Rock, in the racing field.
Alfred State College recently hosted 40 school counselors as part of the annual Western New York Counselor Tour Program, under the auspices of the WNY Consortium of Higher Education, where participants spend three days visiting various regional college campuses to become better acquainted with campus programs and facilities, as well as receive updates on the latest upgrades and curriculums.
Alfred State College student academic achievement was celebrated April 26 during the 24th annual Honors Convocation. ASC President Dr. John M. Anderson welcomed the gathered students, families, faculty, and friends and congratulated them on their achievements.
Alfred State College honored more than 250 students for their academic success and honored distinguished faculty members for excellence and commitment at its annual Honors Convocation. Chosen this year for the Freshman Advocate of the Year Award, presented at the ceremony, and sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, was Debra Tomm, of Alfred Station, a keyboard specialist in the Department of Social and Behavioral Science