Dr. Craig Clark, executive director of the Wellsville campus and dean of the School of Applied Technology, said, “These funds for machinery and equipment for the new facility will assure Alfred State will teach the advanced technology required by manufacturers across the region.”
The program prepares qualified students to become health care professionals who administer ionizing radiation (X-rays) to produce photographic and digital anatomical images for diagnostic, therapeutic, and research applications. Students will complete both didactic classes on campus and clinical rotations at area hospitals.
After traveling more than 2,300 miles in nine days in a 1953 Dodge Power Wagon tow truck, a group of five Alfred State students and one professor arrived in Santa Monica, CA June 28, officially finishing The Great Race.
Dr. Skip Sullivan, president of Alfred State, said the incredible work by faculty and staff on a regular basis is certainly the driving factor behind the action of Middle States to find the college in compliance with all 14 standards set forth by the commission.