Mon, Jun 12th, 2023
David Carli, Melanie Ryan, and Andrea Williamson were honored for earning SUNY Chancellor Award at the annual Recognition Celebration.
Wed, Mar 1st, 2023
“WNY Works is a collaborative effort to heighten awareness and interest in associate degrees, certificates, and non-credit training to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for individuals to launch high-demand careers. The goal of this effort, in part, is to reframe perceptions of learning opportunities that lead to careers such as highly skilled trades and technical opportunities in manufacturing.”Betsy Penrose - VP of ASC Enrollment Management
Wed, Oct 12th, 2022
The Alfred State Agriculture and Veterinary Technology Department hosted nearly 800 students during a pair of events at the college farm.
Wed, Sep 21st, 2022
First-year Alfred State agriculture student Hope Avedisian (Hilton) and her heifer Fortune finished 8th at the National Junior Dairy Show in Harrisburg, PA.
Thu, Sep 15th, 2022
Instructor Casey Arlig-Hinz and several Alfred State agriculture students volunteered at the Livingston County Farm Fest at Coyne Farms.
Wed, May 25th, 2022
Matt DiRado, Jeff Hellwig, and Andrea Williamson were named the recipients of the Advising Excellence award at Alfred State’s annual Recognition Celebration.
Tue, May 24th, 2022
Alfred State’s Kathy Bliss and Debra Tomm have received Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. Bliss was honored with the award for Faculty Service while Tomm was honored for Classified Service.
Fri, May 6th, 2022
The Alfred State College (ASC) Agriculture and Veterinary Technology Department recently held a successful Showmanship Competition at the college farm. Students showcased horses, goats, and dairy cows.
Mon, Mar 14th, 2022
Alfred State College (ASC) students Emma Bower (Fillmore) and Halimat Akanbi (Ozone Park) have won the 2022 Vanguard Award. The NET (Nontraditional Employment & Training) program presents the Vanguard Award annually.
Mon, Jan 24th, 2022
Country Folks, a weekly publication serving the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic agriculture industries featured Alfred State College’s Center for Organic Sustainable Agriculture (COSA).