The Alfred State Esports team launched this spring, and affords students the opportunity to go head-to-head against other colleges in many competitive games, including Overwatch, Rainbow Siege Six, League of Legends, and Super Smash Bros.
Jake Grisewood, a 2013 graduate of Alfred State College’s building trades: building construction program, recently showcased his strength against competitors from around the world in the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio.
Taking place July 28-30, the institute is hosted by the New York State STEM Education Collaborative and provides a way for kindergarten-through-college-level educators to learn new techniques for engaging students of all ages in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers.
If you wish to join us, please call or email Mary Hoffman, Secretary, ASC School of Arts and Sciences, at 608-587-3621 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promoting civil, empathetic, and respectful communication is the primary goal of Alfred State College’s new Best Foot Forward campaign.
Jacob Patanella, an Alfred State mechanical engineering technology major from Churchville, center, won the championship in the fixed pins class last weekend at the ASA Winter Can Am Classic in Syracuse.
Jason Johnson, a 2000 heavy equipment truck and diesel technology program graduate and president of the New York Head Mechanics Association, was recently featured in an article by School Bus Fleet Magazine.
Skills tests ranged from criminal justice to TV/video production to public speaking. Alfred State faculty, staff, and students were heavily involved in the design, implementation, and judging of many of the contests. Many of the high school students were exposed to a college campus for the first time.
According to Jonathan Hilsher, director of Civic Engagement, “This designation is an extension of Alfred State’s focus on preparing involved students for successful careers and purposeful lives."
The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., annually provides $10,000 to Alfred State students through its work-grant program, allowing students who are ineligible for Federal College Work-Study funds to find employment on campus.