As 2017 comes to a close, Alfred State is taking a look back at some of its biggest stories from the year.
Speaking to members of the Clarence Town Board, ASC architecture Design Studio 5 students recently presented their idea, which involves creating a huge campus where people would live, work, and play.
For one particular couple, the Alfred State College Choir has its own special significance. Singing in the choir, in fact, ended up leading to a harmonious, decades-long story of love for the pair, with plenty of high notes along the way.
“Some students, upon seeing their favorite dog, go directly to the dog and stay there the entire time, petting it and talking with the handler. So many of them tell us they look forward to the dogs all semester, that it’s the best part of the semester,” Amie Acton said.
Many students are majoring in a program in which there are more employers ready to hire than there are available graduates.
To keep its students competitive in an evolving agricultural industry, Alfred State is diversifying its educational offerings.
Competing against seven other schools, Alfred State placed third in the design-build division in this year’s Associated Schools of Construction Region 1 Student Competition held last month in Albany.
Along the tour, students were connected with all phases of the creation of rail cars, from Web-based programming to live manufacturing.
Next summer, Alfred State alum Jeff Mahl will be covering the 13,000-plus-mile original 1908 Great Race route across three continents. His great-grandfather, George Schuster was the winner of the international competition.
Proposed programs include echocardiography (Associate in Applied Science), magnetic resonant imaging (certificate), computed tomography (certificate), and medical imaging sciences (Bachelor of Technology).
The Presidential Aspiring Leaders (PAL) Program was created recently for students who possess a strong work ethic, display commitment and dedication to their studies, are engaged in the community and the college, and are looking to strengthen their leadership skills.
Since the fall of 2014, Anthony, 49, has been enrolled as a full-time student at the college after losing his job as a mechanic due to a factory closing. He initially began in the air conditioning and heating technology program on the Wellsville campus and quickly excelled, becoming an Honors Program student and graduating in 2016 with a 4.0 GPA.
As of the time this article was written, 954 donors had contributed a total of $152,788 in cash and pledges, with donations still coming in online and through the mail. The funds that were not restricted to a certain area will be used to support the greatest needs of the college, primarily scholarships, new programming, updated technology, and athletic programs.
The village of Canaseraga recently received some help with envisioning its comprehensive plan after Alfred State architecture students presented their designs for the future layout of the municipality recently at the Canaseraga High School.
Some Alfred State sport management students were recently able to connect with key, senior-level sports industry executives during a Brooklyn Nets Networking Event.
This workshop will include practical suggestions for assessing suicidal ideation, intent, plans, and related behaviors among children and adolescents. Non-suicidal self-injury, such as cutting, scratching, and burning, will also be discussed in detail.
Visitors to Buffalo’s Guaranty Building may witness the talented work of Alfred State architecture students when viewing an impressive replica model now permanently on display in the first floor.
As a result of the skills and knowledge she has gained in her sport management major and a connection she made on LinkedIn, Kiana Sleight was able to assist one of the most storied college basketball schools of all-time with its 2017 Countdown to Craziness night: Duke University.
The end of the harvest season for 2017 has kicked off the next period of planning between the Alfred Food Pantry and the Alfred Community Garden.
The Performing Arts Department would like to invite you, your family, and friends to its free, annual Instrumental Music Winter Concert, “A Night of Broadway,” on Saturday, Dec. 9, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Orvis Activities Center Cappadonia Auditorium.