Efforts to help college students cope with stress, have a better focus in class, and be more productive, have earned Alfred State a bronze award in a national competition.
The students’ final work will be featured on campus Friday, July 28 in the Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery (third floor of the Engineering Technology Building) at 11 a.m., and during a screening in the Orvis Activities Center at 1 p.m. The public is invited to attend both the gallery and the screening.
In the wake of the $1.5 million grant that Alfred State received from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) for its Biorefinery Development and Commercialization Center (BDCC), the college recently welcomed representatives from ARC, as well as several other distinguished guests, to its Wellsville campus.
The college has added a chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success to its more than 100 clubs and organizations. The chapter will launch during the beginning of the 2017-2018 academic year.
To provide a new facility that enables students to learn about motorcycle and power sports diagnosis and repair, Alfred State has construction crews in high gear to meet a fall deadline.
Alfred State has earned a $75,000 manufacturing innovation grant for the further development of fuel cells, and to assist a western New York company add a projected 15 jobs in the next four years.
When calculating the value of individual majors from different schools, Alfred State is highly ranked for students searching for several majors, including one first-place award:
For over 30 years, the Bethesda Foundation has been a major supporter of Alfred State’s nursing and health-related programs, having generously donated funds for grants, scholarships, and major projects.
Finishing in the top 10 in a national competition category is nothing new for Alfred State’s Andrea Koston.
Facing 120 other teams, the Alfred State squad competed in the event for the third straight year in its 1953 Dodge Power Wagon tow truck.