In MacKenzie East, students are enjoying the newly renovated suites that encompass entire floors of the tower, including semi-private lounges, kitchenettes, and study areas.
“Being able to experience and work behind-the-scenes of such a prestigious event opened up many opportunities,” Cassidy McCourt said. “As a host, our jobs began before the tournament did. It was our job to make sure everything ran smoothly and everyone adjusted well to being in Buffalo.”
The 2018 Alfred State Faculty/Staff Spirit of Service Award recipient was Cassandra Bull, an AmeriCorps VISTA member focused on community based gardening and nutritional literacy.
To enhance cultural awareness and strengthen the close-knit community of support at Alfred State College (ASC), students are amplifying cultural programming throughout the month of February with a variety of events.
Alfred State alumni and brothers Stephen and Matthew Vossler are expecting big things for their company, PM Research, now that it has expanded its Precision Armament Division into the 55,000-square-foot former GE Lufkin building in Wellsville.
In December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that requires future registered nurse (RN) graduates of associate degree and diploma nursing programs to finish a baccalaureate completion program in nursing within 10 years after initial licensure in New York State.
The menu will include jambalaya, gumbo, shrimp etouffee, southern-fried chicken, red beans and rice, muffuletta and po’boy sandwiches, collard greens, king cake, pecan pralines, beignets, and more.
Motorcycle and power sports technology students now have access to the same training and certification programs offered to Polaris dealers.
The Southern Tier Fiberarts Guild will have about 30 items on display during the “Fibers Are Us” exhibit at Alfred State’s Hinkle Memorial Library Gallery from Feb. 4-28.
Masonry students have been hard at work cooking up something special for the School of Applied Technology, particularly the Culinary Arts Department.