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Hit the ground r  u  n  n  i  n  g  .  .  .                                                     Spring 2012 

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Clark Serves as Panelist at Workforce Development Institute

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NCAA Grants Exploratory Status to Alfred State

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Alfred State Shines in 2012 Green Grand Prix

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Pioneers Close Out Season

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Wilkes Signs With WV Wesleyan


Dorsey Named Region III Athlete of the Week

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Pioneers Win Ten Events at Track Regionals

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'Team Alfred' Enters Solar Decathlon China 2013 in International Collaboration

 

NAFSA Publication Includes Alfred State Projects
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President John M. Anderson Joins NYCC Board        

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Pioneer Woodsmen's Team Hosts Pioneer Games

Students Receive SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence


Yatani Presents at Oxford Round Table

Blake Interviewed About Future of Online Education in the Field  


Seven Inducted into Psi Beta Honor Society


2012 SkillsUSA Postsecondary Championship Results


Students Receive Scholarships to Attend NAPFA Northeast Region Symposium

 

The Terrace Competes in Statewide Best Burger Restaurant Contest
Dr. Ron Rhoades Interviewed by Fiduciary News

Dear Friends,

One of the cornerstones of our Alfred State culture is project-based learning, or having students work on and learn from real-world problems. As a result, we can boast a 99 percent placement rate in the workforce or advanced degrees after graduation.

 

From Campaign 101, to the alternative fuel lab, to our victory at the Watkins Glen Green Grand Prix, Alfred State students are receiving an education that prepares them to be conscientious global citizens and in turn demonstrates the value of an Alfred State education.

Pursuing the advancement of Alfred State sustainability, I was invited to be a part of The Salzburg Global Seminar's Sustainable Futures Academy in Salzburg, Austria, and was affirmed about our current work toward that future. Looking at our efforts here at the college, it is clear that we are on that path, ever ready to find new outlets and ways to make us not only more sustainable but to make us distinct in the process.

 

As part of our commitment to sustainability, I am pleased to announce that our director of sustainability will join the Alfred State community next month. Alfred State will also be hosting our first sustainability conference in June titled "Innovations in Technical Education to Advance Sustainability."
 
 
I hope you are just as proud of our students as I am, as we continue to advance in the areas of sustainability, civic engagement, and project-based learning. 
 

 

    Warm regards,

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    John M. Anderson, Ph.D.
    President, Alfred State
 

Commencement Speaker Announced
 

Alfred State will welcome "Dr. Z," aka Dr. Stephen Zawistowski, Ph.D., CAAB (certified applied animal behaviorist) and executive vice president, national programs science adviser to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in NYC, who will serve as the college's commencement speaker on Sunday, May 13, 2012. He previously addressed the ASC community on companion animals in 2010.
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Dignitaries Sign SLC Ceremonial Beam

Dignitaries gathered at Alfred State recently to sign the "ceremonial beam," signifying moving from phase 1 of construction of the Student Leadership Center (the steel and concrete done by Christa Construction) to phase 2, (the move to the interior of the structure, to be done by Manning Squires Hennig Co. Inc.).
 

Alfred State Holds 28th Annual Honors Convocation 

 

Alfred State celebrated the achievements of over 290 students at the 28th Annual Honors Convocation on Sunday, April 14, 2012. This year's convocation also featured the presentation of Leadership through Civic Engagement Awards from the College Council to nine student leaders and faculty/staff members Mark Payne, Dr. Douglas Pierson, and Wendy Dresser-Recktenwald.

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