“We run this as an annual event cooperatively with the Career Development Center to offer opportunities for students to learn about career pathways,” said Electrical Trades Department Chair Jeff Stevens. “It shows our students the choices they have as graduates of Alfred State.”
“Bus driver, faculty member, ISA, administrator, cleaner, tutor, coach, let’s make it a point to open doors for our students,” President Dr. Skip Sullivan said.
Stevens-Gupta’s solo exhibition, “Winter Escape: Color Me Happy,” includes 25 paintings ranging in size from 10 inches by 10 inches to 48 inches by 48 inches. The exhibit is on display now through March 3, and is open for viewing during normal library hours.
Finding a job after graduating from college doesn’t have to be a challenge. In some career fields, employers cannot fill positions quickly enough, as the number of openings is much greater than the number of qualified, college-educated candidates available.
“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.”
The addition of a new motorcycle and power sports technology degree illustrates how Alfred State’s Automotive Trades Department is preparing tomorrow’s technicians for successful careers. That dedication to excellence has earned Alfred State a place among CJ Pony Parts’ top 40 automotive schools in the nation.
For those Alfred State students feeling a little dog-eared while studying for their finals, a group of 10 canines was able to provide some much-needed comfort and relief on Monday at the Hinkle Memorial Library.
It may be the postal carriers who are known for promising that their work won’t stop at the whim of the weather, but construction workers at Alfred State’s Pioneer Stadium are giving the postal service some competition.
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade, a quarterly journal for readers and book collectors. The article is titled “Rooster Cogburn Rides Again.”
Thanks to 680 donors, Alfred State greatly surpassed its goals for its inaugural Day of Giving on Nov. 29.