“Last year we introduced the Prius Challenge, a competition designed to develop the sport of fuel-efficient driving. This year we will host our first autocross for fuel-efficient vehicles,” stated Kent Johnson, associate professor and Automotive Department chair at Alfred State.
As a testament to the college’s efforts to increase democratic engagement on campus, Alfred State is now one of 83 campuses in 23 states designated as a “Voter Friendly Campus.”
Alfred State’s new Micro-Nano Fabrication Laboratory is one very big addition to the college’s Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology Department.
Come join hundreds of Alfred State students next month as they raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society during the college’s annual Relay for Life event.
More than 950 high school students from Western New York and the Southern Tier competed in the 28th annual SkillsUSA Region I Leadership Conference and Skills Olympics March 7 at Alfred State.
Those looking for a night of laughter should check out the Alfred State Drama Club’s upcoming production of “Is He Dead?”, a comedy by Mark Twain as adapted by David Ives.
Beginning this fall, some 40 students entering high school in Orchard Park will also be making a big step on their path toward a career.
Roughly 80 students from five area high school districts visited Alfred State recently to explore engineering and technical careers and take part in a hands-on building competition as part of National Engineers Week.
The 32nd Annual Higher Education Advertising Awards recently honored Alfred State with six awards for advertising materials designed to attract prospective students and their families.
Looking to recruit Pioneers to their workforce, a total of 70 employers visited the Alfred State School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville recently for a career fair.
Parents are invited to a free seminar Wednesday, March 29 to learn the ways to spot and confront teenage abuse of drugs and alcohol. Alfred State is teaming up with the Steuben Prevention Coalition and the Steuben County District Attorney’s Office for a free program titled, “High in Plain Sight: Current drug, concealment, and alcohol trends.”
Competing as one of 70 teams in the “Making College Possible Coding Challenge,” the Campus HIVE project duo, which included Alfred State’s own Justin King, took home fourth place following the final judging at Facebook’s office in New York City.
Susan Gorman, an adjunct instructor in Alfred State’s Business Department, noted that this initiative is part of an applied learning project her strategic marketing class is undertaking.
After a nationwide search, Vice President for Student Affairs Greg Sammons has announced that Alfred State has named Jason Doviak the new athletic director.
As he looked through the brochures he was holding, Anthony Harvey liked what he was seeing: information about a college of technology that offered more than 70 hands-on majors and paths to a brighter future.
Alfred State sport management students recently attended the inaugural Niagara University Sport, Recreation, & Tourism Summit.
Alfred State riders showcased their hard work and talent against the best riders from within the region Feb. 26 during the Regional Western Equestrian show held at the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center in Alfred Station.
Alfred State is pleased to announce that alumnus Albert R. Styrcula will be receiving the Doctor of Humane Letters honorary degree during the college’s 106th commencement ceremonies Sunday, May 14.
Even before graduation, Alfred State is providing guidance for architecture students to gain professional licensure.