Emeritus Professor John Buckwalter returned to the Alfred State campus recently to meet with members of the college’s Honors Program, and present up-to-date information on GMO (genetically-modified organism) foods.
Officer Kris Bianchi has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant within the University Police Department at Alfred State.
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State, is the author of a short story appearing in the most recent issue of The Digest Enthusiast.
The Alfred State western equestrian team finished its regular season on a high note recently, earning top spots in its final two shows, and sending many of its riders off to the regionals.
When Robin Torpey goes for a run, he feels like a kid again. He feels like he can run forever.
The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., annually provides $10,000 to Alfred State students through its work-grant program.
While the cold and snowy weather may have some people feeling the winter blues, that doesn’t have to be the case at Alfred State, where a brand-new tubing hill just opened.
In celebration of the School of Applied Technology’s 50th anniversary, the Culinary Arts Department will be hosting a Mardi Gras buffet from 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus.
Applied learning can be found throughout all of Alfred State’s 70-plus majors, both inside and outside of the classroom.
http://www.phaseinnovations.com/about.htmlBeing involved in the development of a revolutionary new cooling system, and also in the formation of a start-up company are pretty amazing feats, especially if you’re still a student in college.
Three Alfred State students were cast in a big supporting role recently when they assisted their professor and his art collective on a project for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
For the Alfred community and its two institutions of higher education, providing service to those in need is a top priority.
Hosting a conference at Alfred State that marries sustainability and STEM disciplines just makes sense, given that the two are heavily focused on at the college.