Arts and Sciences
- Kathleen Casey, PhD
- Interim Dean / Assoc. VP
- Lois Curran
- Administrative Assistant II
- Dean's Office
- Physical & Health Sciences
- School of Arts & Sciences
“WNY Works is a collaborative effort to heighten awareness and interest in associate degrees, certificates, and non-credit training to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for individuals to launch high-demand careers. The goal of this effort, in part, is to reframe perceptions of learning opportunities that lead to careers such as highly skilled trades and technical opportunities in manufacturing.”Betsy Penrose - VP of ASC Enrollment Management
“Any time we come together with people in the field and share the opportunities we have to strengthen the professional workforce is beneficial. We were able to outline the educational programs we have to offer here ...”
“So much care has been put into creating a meaningful engagement opportunity by the Douglass Day organizers and their efforts have resulted in an incredible crowdsourced initiative that broadens perspectives and invites an international community to explore and digitally preserve important narratives."
Cyan Corwine - Director of Global Engagement and Civic Wellbeing
“To be honored with the Norman McConney Award feels amazing and very rewarding as a recognition that all my hard work paid off throughout my years at Alfred State despite my rough start. All the late nights completing assignments and all-nighters was worth it."
Makala Rachel Saldenha-Raye
Alfred State College has recognized Nicole Davis, assistant professor of mathematics, as a recipient of its Student Advocate Award.
Both the associate and bachelor’s degree programs for nursing at Alfred State are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and registered by the New York State Education Department.
“This is another example of how Alfred State connects the classroom to real world experiences. Students got the opportunity to make connections in their field while working hands-on with the latest technologies.”
Dr. Steve Bauer
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!"