Richardson brings with him more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement, having served as a police officer for the city of Hornell, the village of North Hornell, the village of Andover, and the village of Alfred. He also served as chief of the village of Alfred police and is a retired criminal justice instructor who taught at the Greater Southern Tier BOCES Coopers Plains campus for 12 years.
The majority of the work on display, which spans from 1940 to 2015, will consist of Jeanne’s watercolors. Also included will be a variety of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics.
Thirteen building trades students, along with their instructor, Dan Drake, participated in a restoration project at The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum.
No. 1 among SUNY regional colleges. No. 12 among all Northern Regional Colleges both public and private. “The entire campus should be proud of our success because this prestigious ranking is thanks to the dedication of our faculty, skills of our staff, and accomplishments of our students,” said Alfred State President Dr. Skip Sullivan.
“Mittashane,” an animated video created by Alfred State College students while studying abroad in Toyko, recently won “Best Animated Short” at the Western New York Film Arts and Music Event (FAME) held at Genesee Community College.
Alfred State College recently welcomed more than 40 new faculty and staff members.
“Dr. Katz brings with him an accomplished and distinguished academic background, as well as a passion for diversity and equity, and a career-centered approach to learning,” Dr. Kristin Poppo said. “Therefore, we believe he is an excellent fit as the head of the School of Arts and Sciences, and will have a great impact on our students and our college.”
Recently, 98 students participated in the school’s Community Action Day, the annual day of service that takes place during the college’s Week of Welcome, in which new students engage in a number of local community service projects.
Sustainability is a top priority at Alfred State College. That’s why over the past eight years, the school has taken a number of ecofriendly steps to reduce its environmental footprint, while increasing energy efficiency on campus.
After graduating from Alfred State College in 2012, Diana Burley found herself on an airplane bound for New Zealand to work on a 2,000-cow grazing farm in Canterbury. It was here that the agricultural business graduate first encountered the “Kiwi” cows, a particular breed that produces quality milk that is high in butterfat and protein.