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.
Alfred State is pleased to announce that the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) has granted its automotive service technician program a five-year reaccreditation at the highest level NATEF offers – Master Automobile Service Technology.
Hundreds of scholars made the dean’s list fall 2017 semester. To be listed, students must have completed at least 12 credit hours for the semester and earned a 3.5 grade point average (GPA) out of a possible 4.0.
Twelve Alfred State students, two retired faculty members, one current faculty member, and a community volunteer made the trip to Texas last month to partner with disaster relief organization All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response in making a difference in the community.
Dresser is the newest member of a four-person extension team, which assists area grape growers with the implementation of research-based information.
Dr. Nicholas Waddy, associate professor in Alfred State’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, is the author of a newly published textbook titled, “The Essential Guide to Western Civilization.”