Alfred State Director of Annual Giving Trish Haggerty and Associate Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations Kaitlyn Brown are among the 13 recent graduates of the Leadership Allegany program.
Over winter break, Alfred State College students of digital media and animation (DMA), along with Associate Professor Jeremy Speed-Schwartz, explored art, cinema, and animation in Japan as part of the college’s Studio Tokyo program.
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) recently hosted 10 Alfred State students at the 17th annual Appalachian Teaching Project (ATP) symposium.
“I wanted to get back to my agricultural roots and I love working with kids, so this is the best of both worlds,” said Stacey Johnston, Farm to School coordinator and ASC agricultural technology grad.
The Corning Rotary Club recently recognized Charles Craig as the latest community member to be named a Paul Harris Fellow, the organization’s highest honor. Craig is SVP of science and technology, administration and operations at Corning Inc. and a member of the Alfred State College Council.
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.