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Alfred State reflects on top stories for 2016

Printer-friendly version Posted Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 - 11:45

This past year was certainly a memorable one for Alfred State. The college welcomed a $5 million manufacturing training facility to its Wellsville campus; hosted a major woodsmen’s competition, as well as visitors from Nigeria; and began renovating the largest residence hall on campus, the MacKenzie Complex.

“The success of our students and ways for us to further support their development, those are the sort of events that mean the most to me when looking back at the year,” stated President Dr. Skip Sullivan. “I want to congratulate the students, faculty, staff, and alumni who all made incredible contributions to the college in 2016.”

Reflecting upon its major highlights from 2016, the college has listed 10 of them below in chronological order:

Other notable highlights from this past year include the Basic Utility Vehicle (BUV) team tying for first in a national race and manufacturing design competition with Purdue University (April), the dedication of the Bethesda Foundation Imaging Suite (April), and the announcements of new majors, including graphic and media design (Associate in Science), diagnostic medical sonography (Associate in Applied Science), health sciences (Bachelor of Science), and motorcycle and power sports technology (Associate in Occupational Studies).