Alfred State College is once again taking a leadership role in a national initiative that focuses on civic learning and democratic engagement.
These days, 2012 autobody repair graduate Logan Wannall is living out his childhood dream of running his own autobody shop.
Stephen Crouch, an officer with the University Police Department at Alfred State College, recently graduated from the Southern Tier Law Enforcement Academy’s Basic Course for Police.
In addition to becoming immersed in cutting-edge sport management research while creating a review of literature, the senior capstone class is designed for Alfred State sport management to work closely with a local sport organization to address problems and concerns through research-based recommendations and solutions.
For two weeks, Stevens trained installers in Abuja, Nigeria on photovoltaic systems. Though the original plan was to train 20 people, the project was expanded, and a total of 53 participants were trained.
Registration for the conference costs $20 and must be completed by Friday, Sept. 21. For more information, contact Troy Morehouse, director of Student Engagement, at 607-587-4081 or email@example.com.
The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation representing faculty, staff, and friends of Alfred State, has welcomed a new board member, Kathy Markel, of Arkport.
Richardson brings with him more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement, having served as a police officer for the city of Hornell, the village of North Hornell, the village of Andover, and the village of Alfred. He also served as chief of the village of Alfred police and is a retired criminal justice instructor who taught at the Greater Southern Tier BOCES Coopers Plains campus for 12 years.
The majority of the work on display, which spans from 1940 to 2015, will consist of Jeanne’s watercolors. Also included will be a variety of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics.
Thirteen building trades students, along with their instructor, Dan Drake, participated in a restoration project at The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum.