Mon, Nov 20th, 2023
“At first, I was more interested in getting an associate degree and then I met my incredible advisor who swayed me into switching into the four-year program. I have learned so much from my professors. Criminal justice is so broad, there is so many different opportunities in it.”
Fri, Jun 2nd, 2023
Daniel Aftuck, Aric Bryant, and David Ray were named the recipients of the Advising Excellence award at Alfred State’s annual recognition ceremony.
Thu, Oct 27th, 2022
Dr. Mark Whitman, an associate professor in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Alfred State, recently published the book "A New Understanding of Burnout: Empowering Change Through Prevention: Cracking the code of burnout of public safety but important for you!"
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.
Tue, May 17th, 2022
Alfred State College (ASC) assistant professor of global and diversity studies Angela Graves has been named the 2022 Student Advocate Award winner.
Fri, May 13th, 2022
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of a new book titled “Barry Baskerville's Fishing Adventure” (Airship 27, 2022).
Mon, May 9th, 2022
Alfred State College (ASC) professors Judy Rose and Jenna Zetwick have been named SUNY Online Teaching Ambassadors.
Wed, Feb 2nd, 2022
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade. The article, titled “William Faulkner: Mystery Writer,” critiques Faulkner's “Knight's Gambit,” a collection of six mystery stories.
Tue, Nov 9th, 2021
Janel Farrell, an Alfred State human services management major, is one of the inaugural class of EOP Student Ambassadors. Farrell is one of 21 students from 20 different SUNY campuses to be part of the program.
Wed, Mar 3rd, 2021
Alfred State criminal justice students and police academy cadets are among those eligible to apply for a new scholarship created by the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office.