Under Merry’s guidance, and thanks to the hands-on training he received in his program, Jury, a welding technology student from New Windsor, fabricated a collapsible, three-burner brew stand for D’Arcy for his senior project.
Speaking about the donation, Debra Burch said, “I think we have a need to support our country’s values and diversity. What better way to start than to fly the American Flag in our classrooms?”
“I’m going to put it to good use,” Mack said. “I’m going to drive it to work every day.”
Alfred State Vice President of Economic Development Dr. Craig Clark has recently been named to the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) Substance Abuse Advisory Council.
“We are very proud to say that after this graduation we will have over 200 alumni and over 100 active students who are still involved with NSLS,” Troy Morehouse said.
Roughly 300 athletes from 12 area school districts recently participated in the Special Olympics Track and Field Spectacular at Alfred State.
Students enthusiastically accepted the hats and acknowledged that Alfred State helped prepare them for the workforce.
Alfred State masonry students are gaining real-world, hands-on experience and helping out the village of Wellsville through construction of a welcome sign.
Altogether, the talents of 25 student clubs and organizations were highlighted in the Pioneer Expo’s showcase portion.
Collectively, the 28 Alfred State students scored five points higher than the national average and accounted for a pass rate that was 9 percent higher than the nationwide rate. Altogether, more than 1,300 students from around the country participated in the exam.