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“The whole idea was to make it as energy efficient as possible,” Brubaker said. As per the Governor of New York’s Executive Order 88, all state facilities have been directed to reduce energy consumption by 2020. Brubaker is confident that this renovation will not only be part of fulfilling that directive but also provide an example for other institutions and campuses to follow.
“Our students made an impressive showing,” says Tim Piotrowski, of Jamestown, an assistant professor of Civil Engineering Technology at Alfred State who accompanied them on their trip. “These were real-world simulations with real-world deadlines and all the associated stress. But our students excel at those types of challenges.”
The groups will be sponsoring ‘Operation Shoebox/Christmas Child’ and will have collection boxes available at the concert. Donated item suggestions are small toys, facecloths, soaps, toothbrushes, toothpaste, pencils, tablets, crayons, etc. The shoeboxes will be filled and sent to children all over the world.
Former ASA Cryptographer and Professor of English Emeritus, Joe Flynn, Gives Honors Talk about Spy Drones and the NSA
Dr. Lisa McCool met with Honors Program members and guests on Nov. 6, 2013, to discuss the Peruvian economy and climate. Dr. McCool also described the trip she will take to that country with 12 students next May.
The college community is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Eric Michael Green. Eric, previously reported missing, was located in Almond, NY. At this time, the evidence shows no foul play.
For the third consecutive year, the Office of Marketing and Communications at Alfred State entered several of its best designs into the annual MarCom Awards competition and took home two Gold Awards and one Honorable Mention.
College library revisits classic rock history with a new gallery exhibit on display now through the end of November
Dr. Sullivan has served as president of West Georgia Technical College since 2006 and will be joining Alfred State as president effective on or after Jan. 2, 2014, at an annual salary of $190,000.
“I cannot express how proud I am of the students, for their exemplary work ethic, professionalism, attention to detail, and overall excellence throughout the entire project,” Stevens says. “The students have demonstrated Alfred’s excellence in education.”