Mon, Nov 7th, 2022
Alfred State alum Reuben Zielinski ’82 returned to campus and shared his story of entrepreneurship to current students from the School of Architecture, Management & Engineering Technology (SAMET).
Tue, Apr 12th, 2022
The Alfred State College team of Zackary Martin and David Benson teamed up to win the 2nd annual Allegany County Startup Collegiate Competition.
Fri, Jul 2nd, 2021
Dr. Reza Rashidi, an associate professor and chair of the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology Department, has made a career out of making big differences with little devices.
Thu, May 6th, 2021
Mike Meyers Jr., a 2000 graduate of Alfred State’s mechanical engineering technology program, was recently promoted to engineering manager at Cutco Cutlery Corporation.
Wed, May 5th, 2021
Over a dozen Alfred State students recently put their engineering skills and knowledge to the test during the college’s annual Firefighting Robot Competition.
Tue, Apr 13th, 2021
From face masks that can monitor the wearer’s temperature, to light-up vests that make it safe to run at night, Alfred State College (ASC) engineering students have been working on some incredible energy harvesting devices that have real-world applications.
Wed, Sep 16th, 2020
Alfred State College (ASC) graduates may seamlessly continue their education at the University at Buffalo and pursue a master’s degree in electrical engineering, courtesy of a new agreement signed by the two State University of New York (SUNY) entities.
Mon, Jun 1st, 2020
Recent Alfred State graduate Alex Bailey, engineering science, Bath, will present the results of an applied learning project that he and two others worked on at the upcoming American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Virtual Conference in June.
Tue, Oct 1st, 2019
Dr. John Williams, dean of the School of Architecture, Management and Engineering Technology at Alfred State, said, “Having the majority of our technology programs recognized by ABET highlights the strength of our faculty and programs and the great experience provided to our students.”
Wed, Nov 14th, 2018
The college has recently expanded its academic offerings to now include associate and bachelor’s degree programs in mechatronics technology. Classes for these programs will begin in the fall 2019 semester.