Amanda Joyce-Phelps, a 2004 graduate of Alfred State’s marketing program, was recently promoted to director of Allegany County United Way (ACUW).
During the panel, participants discussed global compassion and care and cross-cultural exchange, and explored ways in which one could be a “global citizen.”
Now in its third year, the Presidential Aspiring Leaders (PAL) Program was created for students who possess a strong work ethic, display commitment and dedication to their studies, are engaged in the community and the college, and are looking to strengthen their leadership skills.
Alfred State Culinary Arts Department students recently had the opportunity to learn the science behind live-fire cooking from experts at SmokinLicious Culinary Wood Products.
With an emphasis on hands-on, real-world learning, Alfred State College students in the School of Applied Technology are well prepared for the jobs they want after only two years of study.
Celebrate Service, Celebrate Allegany is Allegany County’s fall day of service tradition, and since 2012 has been observed by Alfred State College, Alfred University, and Houghton College.
Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21; 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22; and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23. All performances will take place in the Cappadonia Auditorium in the Orvis Activities Center.
“The SGYB staff said that they had yet to do 2,500 bags anywhere this semester,” Herman said. “It is remarkable for a school our size that we filled so many and so quickly, proving again that Alfred State College cares deeply about serving the community in which we live."
Alfred State College will host a seafood buffet dinner from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 in the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus.
Dr. Kellogg is a frequent reviewer of books in the mystery genre. He is also the creator of the Barry Baskerville series of mysteries for children. His most recent title, “Barry Baskerville and the Buried Treasure” (Airship 27, 2019), is available at the Amazon website.
Dr. John Williams, dean of Alfred State’s School of Architecture, Management and Engineering Technology, said, “We support students through robust programs leading to in-demand careers. Everyone works hard to provide a quality education and advance the next generation of technical professionals."
This year’s event, which will take place Nov. 19, is looking to raise $200,000. Each donation, no matter the size, makes an impact on current and future students, with gifts benefiting scholarships, programming, athletics, new technology, and so much more.
“We received great feedback from employers,” Morsman said. “A representative from D.P. Tool who attended the Wellsville career fair said, ‘We met some very impressive students at the job fair. This is one of the best recruiting events I’ve been to.’"
Jack Jones, chair of Alfred State’s Building Trades Department, said the Careers in Construction event provided students with great insight into careers in the residential arm of construction.
“To receive such a high rating for a school our size is a real testament to the work that everyone at the college does to help foster a safe and welcoming environment,” Nikkie Herman said.