The Alfred State College (ASC) chapter of Phi Kappa Phi was honored to recently induct 16 new student members and one staff member into the nation’s oldest, largest, and most selective honor society for all academic disciplines.
Alfred State educators Dr. Mark Whitman and Wayne Bensley recently shared a wealth of knowledge about the forensics and criminal justice fields with area high school students during Haverling High School’s Investigation and Forensics Career Panel.
In recognition of their excellence both inside and outside of the classroom, three Alfred State College students were recently honored with Outstanding Adult Student Awards.
According to Coordinator of Student Activities Brittany Richards, the Relay for Life club adviser, the 2019 Relay for Life was a great success, as the 16 participating teams raised $11,003, which surpassed the Relay committee’s goal of $10,000.
With the importance of sustainability being taught throughout Alfred State’s programs, it’s easy to see how students are securing jobs related to clean and renewable energy.
Stevens has been an Alfred State employee since 2002, when he was hired as an instructor in the Electrical Trades Department. He was later promoted to assistant professor, then associate professor.
Three Pioneers came away with honors, including a second-place award and two honorable mentions.
The Pioneers earned two team medals and two individual medals, and three Alfred State archers were named to the East All-Region team.
Boyle and Bailey were nominated as exemplary online SUNY educators, enthusiastic and effective in online teaching.
In order to be considered for Phi Theta Kappa, students must achieve a 3.5 overall GPA and maintain a 3.25 GPA throughout their college career.