Alfred State recently welcomed 37 new faculty and staff members.
Alfred State wants to see you at Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 12-14.
A total of 16 projects took place in five areas this year – Alfred, Almond, Belmont, Hornell, and Wellsville. The projects ranged from exterior and interior painting at Hornell Area Concern for Youth, to moving and organizing book collections at the David A. Howe Public Library, to screen printing with the Alfred Farmers Market, and more.
The facility features three locker room spaces. The largest space has over 100 lockers, showers, restrooms, and a laundry room while on the other side of the building there are a pair of identical locker rooms with 30 lockers, showers, and restrooms.
A wide variety of photographs, pictures, books, and objects are on loan from the museum, including railroad memorabilia such as lanterns, timetables, tickets, uniforms, postcards, and maps.
The course titled “Aggressive Dogs in the Line of Duty” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Lake Lodge in Alfred costs $50 to attend. To register, please contact CCET at 607-587-4015 or at email@example.com.
Aaron Aumick signed Mike Rowe’s S.W.E.A.T. Pledge and gained a scholarship to complete his Alfred State education to become a carpenter like his father.
After New Student Convocation, students, faculty, and staff headed to Pioneer Stadium to create a human Alfred State logo for a photo session, which was followed by food, music, and activities outdoors nearby the stadium.
For these students, they and their families don’t have to go it alone when it comes to the move-in process. In fact, according to Matt Ryan, senior director of Residential Services, a number of “helpers” are on hand to assist, from athletes, to members of student clubs and organizations, to faculty and staff members, and even President Dr. Skip Sullivan.
President Dr. Skip Sullivan introduced dozens of faculty and staff members with a wide variety of talents including: writing, drawing, athletics, quilting, and even barrel racing. Several singers, musicians, and performers took to the stage and surprised many colleagues with their talents.