The purpose of the project, Jones said, is to determine if shipping containers can be repurposed into high-efficiency housing or office units, and also to provide students with a new form of applied learning.
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.”
Students from Alfred State College, Alfred University, and Houghton College will volunteer during a month-long service celebration, as both individual students and student organization groups continue to serve community organizations and support Allegany County communities.
Alfred State College recently hosted 280 Future Farmers of America students from 15 western New York high schools for the 33rd annual Agriculture Skills Contest.
After just one year, Alfred State College’s programs at the Northland Workforce Training Center in Buffalo are rapidly gaining momentum and even attention from Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul as word continues to spread about the excellent hands-on education students are receiving there.
The Center for Community Education and Training (CCET) at Alfred State College is introducing a new program designed to help people launch a career as an efficient and successful administrative assistant.
Hundreds of local elementary students had a great time learning about agriculture and animals recently as Alfred State College once again hosted Kiddie Ag Day.
Dickinson’s talk will take place at 5 p.m. in room 215 in the Engineering Technology Building on the Alfred campus. The event is free and the public is invited to attend.
The annual spirit rally and bonfire will be Oct. 11 from 6-8:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Pioneer Stadium. Students and their families are encouraged to come show their Alfred State spirit and cheer on a student team during the friendly Pioneer Challenge competitions such as the Not-So-Naked-Half-Mile and dodgeball.
The cost of the dinner is $17 per adult and $10 for children 10 and under.