Alfred State College - Campus News
Nearly 900 two- and four-year graduates, their families, professors, and friends were on hand Sunday, May 17, as Alfred State College honored its 98th graduating class. Dr. John M. Anderson, college president, presided over the ceremony.
Constance E. Pennisi, instructor in the digital media and animation program of Alfred State College, has an exhibit in the Wellsville Creative Arts Center through June 4. The exhibit, "Snippets," is comprised of traditional and digital images from three different bodies of work interrelated by process.
Alfred State College nursing students celebrated their accomplishments the Friday before commencement by attending the annual nurses' pinning ceremony.
More than 800 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.
Two masonry seniors enrolled in Alfred State College's School of Applied Technology Building Trades/masonry program were recently awarded the Southern Tier Concrete Products, Inc., Achievement Award for Excellence in the trowel trades.
Alfred State College was the recipient, earlier this month, of the Outstanding Humane Organization Collaborative Award, presented by the Finger Lakes SPCA. This award "recognizes the extraordinary compassion and collaborative spirit with the Finger Lakes SPCA for the benefit of those who cannot speak for themselves." Alfred State College (students, faculty, and staff) supported the August 2008 Equine Rescue led by the Finger Lakes SPCA.
Alfred State College students enrolled in Assistant Professor Evan Enke's Web Programming II class recently launched a new Allegany County Fair Web site which they developed and implemented (www.alleganycountyfair.org) at the request of Martha Roberts, president and manager of the Allegany County Fa
Supporters of Alfred State College gathered at the School of Applied Technology campus recently to celebrate the completion of Phase I of the Construction Workforce Development Center-the shell has been completed and the building fully enclosed. It awaits funding to complete the interior.
Nearly 900 two-and four-year graduates, their families, professors, and friends will be on hand Sunday, May 17, at noon, as Alfred State College honors its 98th graduating class.
Presiding over the ceremony will be Dr. John M. Anderson, college president.
The ceremony will be held at McLane Center on the neighboring Alfred University campus. Graduates will need to use the tickets in their graduation packets for their families' admission.
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.