Two of Dr. Bruce’s former students who graduated from Alfred State in 1977 and are now industry leaders are co-chairing an exciting industry-wide campaign to raise $500,000 to build The Doc Bruce Construction Materials Laboratory on campus.
The Alfred State Archery Team recently wrapped up its season in the USA Archery Collegiate Target Nationals in Richmond, VA, with archer Jacob Houseknecht bringing home a medal in a second consecutive top 10 Target Nationals performance.
Marketing Communications Administrative Assistant 1 Kathy Bayus was recently honored for 40 years of service to Alfred State.
Alfred State College would like to recognize its faculty and staff members who have recently retired.
Alfred State College is proud to announce promotions for faculty and staff.
Alfred State recently honored four employees with the college’s Pioneer Award.
Five employees were honored recently with Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Faculty Service, Professional Service, Teaching, and Classified Service.
As Alfred State continues to search for a permanent president to replace the recently retired Dr. Skip Sullivan, the college is happy to announce that Dr. John Anderson has been appointed officer-in-charge by SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras. The appointment is effective as of Monday, May 10.
Construction of House 56 in Wellsville has recently wrapped up, and the new owners will soon be able to call it home.
Graduate Damian Cole recently became the proud owner of both a degree and a new car after his name was randomly selected in a drawing for a 2016 Chevy Cruze Limited.
Alfred State College recognized over 880 May 2021 graduates during a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 8.
Mike Meyers Jr., a 2000 graduate of Alfred State’s mechanical engineering technology program, was recently promoted to engineering manager at Cutco Cutlery Corporation.
A group of Kappa Sigma Epsilon fraternity members from Alfred State College recently participated in a trail maintenance event for I Love NY Parks Day.
Over a dozen Alfred State students recently put their engineering skills and knowledge to the test during the college’s annual Firefighting Robot Competition.
Alfred State College recently presented Nicole DiRado, an assistant professor in the Physical and Life Sciences Department, with the Student Advocate Award.