“We congratulate all of those who have earned dean’s list honors for the spring 2018 semester,” Poppo said. “We would also like to congratulate our Orvis Award winners and all of our recent graduates, and wish them the very best in the next step of their life’s journey.”
The State University Police Department at Alfred State College has added a new officer to its ranks: Stephen H. Crouch.
Those honored included Colleen Argentieri, Joy Carlson, Diane Kilbury, Willard Mlott, Valerie Nixon, Mary Scholla, and Thomas Stolberg.
Those honored included Mark Amman, professor, Physical and Life Sciences; Jeffrey Goodrich, senior programmer/analyst, Technology Services; and Takao Takeuchi, professor, Mathematics and Physics.
Dawn Linke, instructional support specialist, Technology Services, was honored recently for her 40 years of service to Alfred State College.
Alfred State College recently announced promotions for faculty and staff.
Alfred State College recently honored Daniel Woolston, assistant director of Health and Wellness Services, and Jessica Lippa, assistant professor of Nursing, with the Leadership through Civic Engagement Award.
This year’s race will be even “greater” than in the past for the school, however, as Alfred State will not only compete, but it will also see one Pioneer alum follow in some very important and historic tracks laid out by his great-grandfather.
The object of the competition is to provide SAE student members with a challenging project that involves the design, planning, and manufacturing tasks found when introducing a new product to the consumer industrial market.
In the coming months, the Center for Community Education and Training (CCET) will provide several professional and certification courses for both current law enforcement officers and students in support of the new Alfred State Police Academy.