Ferreri, an architecture major from Marion, will join Professor William C. Dean, RA, AIA, the department’s faculty architect licensing advisor, in providing information and guidance on experience and registration to the department’s 170 architecture students.
Six Alfred State College business students recently learned how to help clients improve their understanding of Medicare, and also networked with professionals in the field during a trip to Rochester.
A number of online resources rank Alfred State College (ASC) highly when it comes to affordability and student life, two factors that are crucial for students trying to decide which college is right for them. For affordability, multiple databases show ASC No. 3 in the state. Other sites rank the college highly for other attributes important to students such as an award for being No. 5 in the state for best campus food.
The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) has announced that upgrades to the restrooms within Alfred State College’s Robinson/Champlin (RC) and Getman residence halls are now finished.
Hundreds of local elementary students had a great time learning about agriculture and animals recently as Alfred State College once again hosted Kiddie Ag Day.
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.