The Allegany County Board of Legislators recently appointed Carissa Knapp, a 1998 graduate of Alfred State’s liberal arts and social sciences program, as the new county administrator.
Alfred State College is proud of the new brand name that aims to bolster the identity of Allegany County.
Morgan’s talk focused on Burns’ young life in Ayrshire, Scotland, and influences on the poet in the years before he became a celebrated figure, first in Scotland and, in a short time, in Europe and the United States.
Among those returning were hundreds of scholars who made the dean’s list for the fall 2019 semester. To be listed, students must have completed at least 12 credit hours for the semester and earned a 3.5 grade point average (GPA) out of a possible 4.0.
Programs now accredited by IACBE include: business administration (AS), marketing (AAS), sport management (AS), accounting (AAS), financial planning (BBA), technology management (BBA), business administration (BBA), and sport management (BBA).
This innovative, collaborative event invites students from all three colleges, and all disciplines, to participate in an entrepreneurial-focused event that seeks to develop creative solutions to real-world challenges.
As the exciting world of competitive gaming continues to increase in popularity, many colleges across the nation are launching, investing in, and growing their own Esports teams.
“Every year, we have the pleasure of working with local school districts in Allegany and surrounding counties to offer these gowns and accessories free of charge to girls in need in order to make their prom night less of a financial burden,” said Sandra Burdick, event concierge at Alfred State.
One way in which Alfred State pays tribute to Dr. King is by honoring those who represent his spirit of service. This year, the college will host its 10th annual Celebration of Service Award Ceremony at 5 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Union University Church community room, 29 N. Main St. in Alfred.
Alfred State Electrical, Machine Tool, and Welding Technology Department Instructor Sean Kelley recently lost 40 pounds in order to be able to donate a portion of his liver to save his 1-year-old son, Sawyer, who has a genetic disorder called Alagille syndrome and needed a liver transplant.