Honorees received a college chair or rocking chair and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.
Alfred State College and the University at Buffalo are teaming up on an effort that seeks to close critical workforce gaps of the clean energy sector in five western New York counties.
For the fifth year in a row, Alfred State College will participate in the thrilling classic car competition known as “The Great Race.”
Alfred State will soon host the 38th annual Summer Sports Festival and the 51st annual Learn-to-Swim Program.
Those honored included Deborah Claire, senior programmer/analyst, Technology Services; David Law, associate professor, Computer and Information Technology; and Stephen Perkins, plant utilities assistant, Facilities Services.
State University of New York Distinguished Teaching Professor Dr. Aniko Constantine, English and Humanities Department, was recently honored for 45 years of service to Alfred State.
Faculty and staff members who retired this year included Patricia Bliven, William Chambers, Jacqueline Davison, Dawn Linke, Diane McCaig, Willard Mlott, Valerie Nixon, Terry Palmiter, Linda Panter, Barbara Pierce, Thomas Stolberg, and Tammy Wellington.
“Tripling the team roster from the previous year, we were able to bring more riders to shows and introduce new riders to the sport for future competitions,” Mallory Morehouse said.
Alfred State College recently announced promotions for faculty and staff.
A few years back, Gorman created an applied learning experience for her strategic marketing students, allowing them to apply their education to local businesses.