Alfred State College - Campus News
Anselm Tshibangu, assistant professor, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Alfred State College has completed requirements to be named an ASQ-certified quality engineer (ASQ-CQE) by the Certification Board of the American Society for Quality.
Alfred State College staff members and current and retired faculty have contributed items for the featured exhibit in the Hinkle Library Gallery and Reading Room entitled "Student Life, Technology & Trends: 1908 - 2008."
Alfred State College Retirees Honored at Pioneer Dinner.
Graduates of Alfred State College's Internet-based health information technology/medical records (HIT) program Class of 2007 achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) national certification exam.
Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts programs at the School of Applied Technology of Alfred State College will prepare a holiday buffet on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 5-7 p.m. in the student dining hall of the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus.
The Alfred State College WINS (Women in Non-traditional Studies-- though the Club is open to all students) Club hosted two alumnae visitors to campus earlier this month to talk to the WINS Club members during the 16th annual Women in the Field Dinner.
Dr. Gary Lounsberry, associate professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Alfred State College, recently moderated a research panel presenting a series of papers on the theme "Evidence-based Practice in Public Health Social Work" at the annual conference of the American Public Health Association meeting in Washington, D.C., Nov. 3-7, 2007.
Daniel H. Whitford, Cuba, has been named to the board of the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc.
Alfred State College has been named to the top 10 undergraduate construction schools in Michael Nelson's inaugural rankings of the top undergraduate construction management and construction engineering programs in the nation.
Alfred State College students recently were given the opportunity to meet with prospective employers, research information about different careers, and learn how to interact with those folks in the "real world" who may become their future bosses during a Career Fair, sponsored by the Career Development Office on the Alfred campus.