Alfred State College - Campus News
Alfred State College's new president Dr. John M. Anderson, left, and his wife Vivien were the guests of honor at a recent reception hosted by the Alfred State College Council at Club 57 in Hornell, where they renewed acquaintances with old friends and former colleagues and met new friends as part of their re-introduction to the area.
A group of 42 students from the five boroughs of New York City, who have been accepted to enroll at Alfred State College in the fall, visited campus recently and spent a whirlwind 24 hours on campus.
About 150 professionals are expected when Alfred State College hosts the fourth annual Conference on Aging, Tuesday, March 18, from 8 a.m-4 p.m.
On Saturday, March 8, David Lee, from The Chartered Institute of Technology (CITECH) in Singapore, visited Alfred State College to explore partnership opportunities between the two institutions.
Alfred State College faculty and staff turned out in large number recently to meet and greet the college's new president Dr. John M. Anderson and his wife Vivien, at a reception held in their honor.
Alfred State College's new president, Dr. John M. Anderson, began his duties in a pleasant way with two "Have Breakfast with the President" receptions for students on both the Alfred and Wellsville campuses.
Alfred State College's Office of Communications has been notified that it was named a recipient of four awards in the 23rd Annual Admissions Advertising Awards Competition, sponsored by the Admissions Marketing Report publication.
Fifty Alfred State College students participated in the fall portion of the annual NYS Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges (NYSMATYC) Math Contest in October where the team placed 12th in the statewide competition. More than 700 students from 22 NYS two-year colleges competed.
Alfred State College (SUNY College of Technology) has been named this year's "Honorable Mention" in the 2008 Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Awards for its recently completed townhouse-style residence halls. LECESSE Construction, Rochester; SWBR Architects, Rochester; and DASNY (Dormitory Authority of the State of New York) were also recognized along with Alfred representatives at the awards ceremony in March.
Alfred State College student Denis Culhane, of Rochester, a senior in the liberal arts/social sciences program at the college, has been recognized by the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) with a Student Leadership award for two-year colleges.