Alfred State College - Campus News
Community members are invited to attend the next such event-the grand opening of the new Student Gathering Place-a two-story addition that joins Central Dining Hall (CDH) with the Allied Health Building.
Alfred State College students enrolled in several applied technology programs on the Wellsville campus worked cooperatively to complete house 47 on Meservey Hill in Wellsville.
Alfred State College ornamental horticulture-landscape development student Matthew Buranich, Orchard Park, was awarded a scholarship by the Western New York Nursery and Landscape Association.
Alfred State College ornamental horticulture-landscape design students put their skills to work helping the college grounds crew keep up with the beautification of Alfred State Campus.
In a prime example of education partnering with industry, Alfred State College students and faculty will join Dresser-Rand employees, high school technology teachers, and BOCES instructors, for a Dresser-Rand-sponsored trip to the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS).
Alfred State College is hosting NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets Organic Agriculture Specialist Sarah Johnston on Monday, Oct. 1, for a full day of conversation and dialogue on the needs of organic farmers in New York State and what role Alfred State's new Center for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture can play, now and in the future, at a WNY Organic Agriculture Roundtable. NYS Sen. Catharine Young is expected to attend.
Five members of the Alfred State College NYS College/Post-secondary Skills USA delegation placed in the top 10 at the National SkillsUSA Championship in Kansas City, MO, in late summer. Cristian Cruz, East Amherst, who took first place in the state then continued on to Nationals, was awarded a bronze medal for third place in the nation in masonry.
Alfred State College will host its third Children's Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6, on West University Street in downtown Alfred from 12 noon-5 p.m.
The third week of classes began to feel a whole lot more like normal for Alfred State students and the ACES team as one of the dining hall serving lines opened for the first time since last spring's kitchen fire.