Pioneer Pride will be in full force once again during Alfred State College’s annual Homecoming and Family Weekend celebration, scheduled for Oct. 5-6 this year.
President Dr. Skip Sullivan asked employees to remember some significant moments in their own lives, from their first bike, to their first car, to their first kiss.
This year’s event featured 42 diverse STEM presentations, as well as tours of Alfred State’s Zero Energy Home, forensics labs, and Micro-Nano Fabrication Laboratory. The full conference provided up to 18 hours of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) certified professional development hours.
On June 23, Mahl and his fellow travelers joined up with competitors of the annual controlled-speed endurance rally known as “The Great Race,” which Alfred State competes in every year.
The article, titled “Leo Roi: Millionaire Sleuth,” focuses on a popular series of novels written by Phillips Lore (1942-1988).
Alfred State College students once again held their own as they went head-to-head against competitors from around the country in the annual National SkillsUSA Championship in Louisville, KY, coming away with two medals and four top-10 finishes.
No matter how their team finishes or what speed bumps they may face along the way, Alfred State College students always end up having an excellent time on The Great Race, and this year was no exception.
United by their Alfred State College roots and a desire to make a difference, a group of ASC alumni came together recently to upgrade the infrastructure at Lions Camp Badger.
The DC Arboretum Eagle Nest Cam, made possible thanks to some Alfred State College students, is back in the spotlight again, as it was recently highlighted in an article by Mashable.com.
Trish Haggerty, director of Annual Giving at Alfred State, said, “When we can spend time with friends and supporters of Alfred State College and raise over $30,000 to help support our students’ greatest needs, it’s a win for everyone!”