Announcements

Current Campus Announcements:

Join AU Chorus and perform with the Rochester Oratorio Society!

This semester the Alfred University Chorus will be performing with the Rochester Oratorio Society, the premier choral ensemble in WNY. AU students and faculty will rehearse the beautiful "Sacred Service" by Ernest Bloch with director Luanne Crosby here in Alfred. Rehearsals are Monday 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm and Wednesday 5:20 pm- 6:50 pm and chorus, MUSC 271 is a 2 credit course satisfying part of the Arts (C) credit.
Performances with the ROS are Friday, April 24 in Rochester and Sunday, April 26 on our own Miller Theater stage. Both concerts will commemorate the the holocaust and the closing of the concentration camps.

For more information, contact Dr. Luanne Crosby fclarke@alfred.edu. Don't miss this opportunity to perform with the Oratorio Society--quite an honor for AU!

Posted By: fclarke

Time to file your 2020-21 FAFSA !

If you will be a student at AU for the 2020-21 academic year..file the FAFSA! Go to fafsa.gov to get started! For 2020-21, you will be using 2018 income information! We strongly recommend using the IRS data retrieval tool for income.
AU FAFSA code is 002668.
After completion of the FAFSA, you will be directed to start the State Application. For NYS residents, this is TAP.
For NYS Tap applicants the codes are:
-0020 for Liberal Arts and Sciences,Business, Professional Studies, and Mechanical, Renewable Energy, and Undecided Engineering.
-0960 for all other Engineering Programs and school of Art and Design.
For more information on Financial Aid, visit alfred.edu/admissions/financial-aid. Our number is 607 871 2159 or financialaid@alfred.edu.

Posted By: murphyk

An Evening of Dance: AU Dance Theater

AN EVENING OF DANCE - AU DANCE THEATER 2020

Alfred University Performing Arts Division presents an Evening of Dance on February 20 - 22 in the Miller Theater at 8pm. Admission is free. This year's concert promises to be dynamic and engaging featuring very unique works created by four student choreographers and performed by over thirty student performers. The 2019-2020 student choreographers are Angela Childs, Mandela Franciscono, Carly Moldow, and Arenze Wellington. The Marlin Miller guest artist Jenise Anthony will set a new choreographic work on eleven AU Dance students and two AU Dance Alumni, Moné Rodgers and Krystal Cooper. The evening also features two faculty choreographed pieces with new works by D. Chase Angier and Colleen Wahl, who are co-artistic directors.

The evening will include dances of all sizes - an intimate solo to energetic large group works including an African Diaspora piece. The music selections range from introspective to wild and celebratory to driving. The costume were designed by Alfred University Designer Maureen Weiss, Dance faculty Colleen Wahl and Colleen Wahl's costume students - Luci Busch, Angela Childs, Genesis Luciano, and Mia Modaferri, and built by many students under the direction of Costume Shop manager Debra MacCrea. This evening is made possible by the generous support of the Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program.

Jenise Akilah Anthony, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, is an Assistant Professor of African Dance and Artistic Director of Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. She has been a dance educator and choreographer for over ten years, working both nationally and internationally. She is renowned for her African Diaspora dance work and tutelage that is hinged in both traditional and contemporary African dance genres such as West African, Caribbean Folk, Modern Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Modern.

Posted By: wahl

QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, Refer and is a suicide prevention training that anyone can participate in. QPR is not a form of counseling or treatment. Participants completing the two-hour QPR Gatekeeper training will learn to:

1) Recognize the warning signs of suicide
2) Know how to offer hope
3) Know how to get help and save a life

The ultimate goal of QPR training is to prevent suicide attempts and completions and to find relief for those suffering from suicidal ideation.

Scheduled Training: Monday, February 17th from 5:00-7:00 PM

To register, please contact Amanda Khodorkovskaya khodorkovskaya@alfred.edu

Posted By: khodorkovskaya

*******MOCK INTERVIEW WEEK, ETIQUETTE DINNER*********

Are you prepared to answer questions and talk about your experience in a job interview? Mock Interview Week is a week dedicated to practicing your interviewing skills with real employers.
Mock Interview Week February 10-14, 9am-4p at the Career Development Center


The Etiquette Dinner is an opportunity for students to network with employers and staff while learning proper etiquette for a business meal. This year students will be learning about different cultures and their meal etiquette. The meal is completely free to students. Once signing up, please advise any dietary needs.
Etiquette Dinner, February 12, 5:15pm-7:30pm Knight Club/Powell Campus Center


DON'T WAIT TO SIGN UP, spots are going quickly !!


Sign up for mock interview week in Handshake, directions on how to sign up for specific dates/times is listed under events.

Sign up for the Etiquette Dinner under events in Handshake (This event is limited to 70 attendees , once spots are gone, the event will close)

Contact Valerie Daciw, at the Career Development Center at: Daciw@alfred.edu or 607-871-2164 with any questions.

Posted By: daciw

*****ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS & SENIORS*LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE for APEX*****

Whether you're thinking about applying for APEX funds, need assistance brainstorming an experience, or already have a Summer 2020 experience lined up, you can make an appointment with the APEX Coordinator, Krystal Cooper, OR view the "Quick Guide to Apply"(Login into Handshake, Click on Career Center, then Resources and search for APEX to view the Quick Guide).
* All applications must be completed before graduation
* You must apply at least 3 weeks BEFORE your experience begins
* Once you apply, check your application on Handshake consistently for comments and updates

*** Easy Application *** Find out more ***

Posted By: cooperkm

Open Position-Administrative Aide

Please see the link below for more information on the open Administrative Aide position.

Open Administrative Aide Position

Posted By: schweigart

Open Dance Class with Jenise Anthony

Join the Alfred University Dance Program for open dance classes with Marlin Miller guest artist Jenise Anthony.
Miller 300

Attachment: Jenise Anthony open classes

Posted By: wahl

Open Dance Classes with Jenise Anthony

Join the Alfred University Dance Program for open dance classes with Marlin Miller guest artist Jenise Anthony.

Attachment: Jenise Anthony open classes

Posted By: wahl

Let's Talk: You-Discussion about the Netflix series "You"

Where's the line between romantic pursuit and stalking?

How do shows like "You" influence our cultural/social understanding of stalking?

Discuss these questions and more at Let's Talk: You. We will be discussing both seasons 1 & 2.

February 10th from 6:30-7:30 PM in the Kenyon/Allen Room, Powell

Posted By: khodorkovskaya

AU Faculty & Staff Coffee Hour

AU faculty and staff, join us at The Community Table this Friday, January 31, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm!

Mingle with fellow coworkers and AU Fresh staff!
Refreshments will be available.

The Community Table is on the second floor of Powell Campus Center, next to the bookstore.

Posted By: williamsmz

Student Financial Aid Open @ Bookstore thru Feb 2

Student Financial Aid is open at the AU Bookstore thru Sunday, February 2. Students can use their financial aid account to purchase textbooks and supplies with your student ID. You can use it online as well.

alfred.bncollege.com

Posted By: bradlemk

Not too late to join AU Chorus. Sing with the Rochester Oratorio Society!

This semester the Alfred University Chorus will be performing with the Rochester Oratorio Society, the premier choral ensemble in WNY. AU students and faculty will rehearse the beautiful "Sacred Service" by Ernest Bloch with director Luanne Crosby here in Alfred. Rehearsals are Monday 7:00-8:30 and Wednesday 5:20-6:50 and chorus, MUSC 271 is a 2 credit course satisfying part of the Arts (C) credit.
Performances with the ROS are Friday, April 24 in Rochester and Sunday, April 26 on our own Miller Theater stage. Both concerts will commemorate the the holocaust and the closing of the concentration camps.
For more information, contact Dr. Luanne Crosby fclarke@alfred.edu. Don't miss this opportunity to perform with the Oratorio Society--quite an honor for AU!

Posted By: fclarke

Job Opening-Financial Aid Data Processor

Please see the link below for more information on the open Financial Aid Data Processor position.

Financial Aid Data Processor Position

Posted By: schweigart

AU Class Ring Sales

Class rings are an enduring memento of your college years - don't miss out on getting one!

Stop by the table in the lobby of Powell Campus Center to look over the ring selection and place your order! There are a variety of styles available, including signet rings.

Representatives from Balfour will be available to answer your questions and help with ring sizing.

Tuesday, Feb. 18, Noon - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Preview the selection and choices on Alfred's Balfour website. https://www.balfour.com/a...

Posted By: mcfadden

Seeking Service Award Nominations

Please join President Zupan and the Employee Recognition Committee by celebrating our colleagues!

You're invited to attend the 3rd Annual All Employee Recognition Reception. This event will be held on May 12, 2020 from 2-4pm in Ade Dining Hall.

This event will honor years of service, award recipients, and retirees.
We need your help, we need nominations for 3 different service awards. Please check out the website linked below for official rules and details. You have until April 24 to nominate faculty and staff.

Please click the link below to see nomination procedures and the electronic form.

Nominate Co-Workers for Service Awards

Posted By: misner

Sale on WINER WEAR @ AU Bookstore

Get 25% OFF winter wear @ the AU Bookstore thru Friday January 31st. Need gloves, a hat, or a scarf? Jackets are on sale as well! YOU can check the selection out online@ alfred.bncollege.com

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Posted By: bradlemk

Kenyon Hot Water Shut Down

On Thursday, 1/30/20 Kenyon hot water will be shut down from 8 am until repairs are made. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Physical Plant

Posted By: moorekj

2020 Spirit of Service Award Nominees

The Gary Horowitz Service Learning Program at Alfred University and the Center for Civic Engagement at Alfred State College are delighted to announce the nominees for the 2020 Spirit of Service Awards. The Alfred community is invited to join Alfred University and Alfred State College for the annual Celebration of Service, where all Spirit of Service Award nominees will be honored and winners will receive their awards. Please congratulate and thank the 2020 nominees for their service to our community!

2020 Spirit of Service Award Nominees

Alfred Community:
Amie Acton, Kristin Beck, Lynda Pruski, J. Paul Weaver
Alfred University Students:
Anastasia Campbell, Jenevieve Huta, Dillon Smith
Alfred University Faculty/Staff:
Caitlin Brown, Jessica Hurlbut, Brian Saltsman
Alfred State College Students:
Jasmine LaRocca, Samuel Lieber, Elisabeth Rebman, Cassandra Robbers
Alfred State College Faculty/Staff:
Robert Privitera

2020 Celebration of Service: Tuesday January 28, 5:00-6:00pm, Union University Church Fellowship Hall

The ceremony includes certificate and award presentations, a brief keynote address, and light refreshments. Nominees, nominators, their guests, and the entire Alfred community are invited to join us in recognizing the service contributions of Alfred University, Alfred State College, and the Alfred community. This year's keynote speaker is Owens "OJ" F. Shepard, Jr., an Alfred University alum who now works at Alfred State College.

Posted By: fecteauc

Reminder: Time Sheets Due Monday, Jan. 27th by Noon

This Saturday, Jan. 25th, is the last day of the pay period for the Feb. 2nd pay day.

Remember to Complete and Submit your timesheet after your last day of work this week.

Time Sheets are due by Noon on Monday, January 27th for Pay Period 3.
Pay Period starting 1/12/20-1/25/20 for Pay Day 2/7/20.

If you have not started your Time Sheet yet, please be sure to start and submit electronically before Noon on Monday. Please refer to the link below for help filling out your time sheet.


Banner Self Service Web Time Entry & Approvals Documentation

Posted By: clingerj

AU Bookstore Hours- Welcome Back!

The AU Bookstore is open 7 days a week for your shopping convenience! Back to school hours- Monday-Thursday 8:30-5, Friday 8:30-4, Saturday 12-4, Sunday 12-3. You can shop us online 24/7 at http://alfred.bncollege.c...

alfred.bncollege.com

Posted By: bradlemk

MLK Community Dinner (Sunday Jan. 26th)

All Members of the Alfred community are invited to RSVP (Link below) for the MLK Community Dinner on Sunday, January 26th, 2020 in the Knight Club from 6-9:00 pm.

To conclude the activities of MLK week, we will be hosting a community dinner in the Knight Club for approximately 75 people (first come, first served) with a Keynote speech.

The evening dinner event will begin with a presentation and keynote followed by a communal plated dinner (with vegan option) and will include members of the Alfred community who volunteered in the day of service and our community partners.

Please join us and help celebrate the spirit of Dr. King and our Alfred community.

AU Connect Event Page

Posted By: saltsman

AU Faculty & Staff January Birthday Celebration

An invitation from AU President Mark Zupan:

Please join us this Friday, January 24, between 3:00 and 4:00 pm at the Community Table located on the second floor of the Powell Campus Center, for coffee and light snacks. At the gathering, we will take the opportunity to recognize our colleagues who are celebrating birthdays during the month of January.

For those of you who are January celebrants, please bring along a photo ID to qualify for a gift generously provided by our AU Fresh team and a slice of Outside of Ordinary cake, prepared by AU Fresh in honor of your special day.



Fiat January Birthdays Celebration!

Posted By: williamsmz

Fried Chicken Dinner Pop-Up at The Community Table

Join us this Friday, January 24, for our pop-up at The Community Table, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm!

MENU
3-Piece Fried Chicken
House Salad
Corn
Coleslaw
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Fried Tofu Bites
Biscuit
Warm Cookies
Drink

$8.50, plus tax
(Cash, Credit, Dining Dollars, or Fiat Bux)
Students may use Saxon Swipes.
12-Piece Dinner - $28.95, plus tax
16-Piece Dinner - $48.95, plus tax

Preorder with April Stuart at stuarta@alfred.edu.

The Community Table is located on the second floor of Powell Campus Center, next to the bookstore.

Posted By: williamsmz

Time to file your 2020-21 FAFSA !

If you will be a student at AU for the 2020-21 academic year..file the FAFSA! Go to fafsa.gov to get started! For 2020-21 you will be using 2018 income information. We strongly recommend using the IRS data retrieval tool for income!
AU FAFSA code is 002668.
After completion of the FAFSA, you will be directed to start the State application. For NYS residents, this is TAP.
For NYS Tap applicants the codes are:

-0020 for Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Professional Studies, and Mechanical, Renewable Energy and Undecided Engineering.
-0960 for all other Engineering Programs and school of Art and Design.
For more information on Financial Aid, visit alfred.edu/admissions/financial-aid.
Our number is 607 871 2159 or financialaid@alfred.edu .

Posted By: murphyk

An Evening of Dance: AU Dance Theater

AN EVENING OF DANCE - AU DANCE THEATER 2020

Alfred University Performing Arts Division presents an Evening of Dance on February 20 - 22 in the Miller Theater at 8pm. Admission is free. This year's concert promises to be dynamic and engaging featuring very unique works created by four student choreographers and performed by over thirty student performers. The 2019-2020 student choreographers are Angela Childs, Mandela Franciscono, Carly Moldow, and Arenze Wellington. The Marlin Miller guest artist Jenise Anthony will set a new choreographic work on eleven AU Dance students and two AU Dance Alumni, Moné Rodgers and Krystal Cooper. The evening also features two faculty choreographed pieces with new works by D. Chase Angier and Colleen Wahl, who are co-artistic directors.

The evening will include dances of all sizes - an intimate solo to energetic large group works including an African Diaspora piece. The music selections range from introspective to wild and celebratory to driving. The costume were designed by Alfred University Designer Maureen Weiss, Dance faculty Colleen Wahl and Colleen Wahl's costume students - Luci Busch, Angela Childs, Genesis Luciano, and Mia Modaferri, and built by many students under the direction of Costume Shop manager Debra MacCrea. This evening is made possible by the generous support of the Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program.

Jenise Akilah Anthony, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, is an Assistant Professor of African Dance and Artistic Director of Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. She has been a dance educator and choreographer for over ten years, working both nationally and internationally. She is renowned for her African Diaspora dance work and tutelage that is hinged in both traditional and contemporary African dance genres such as West African, Caribbean Folk, Modern Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Modern.

Posted By: wahl

Public Lecture by Visiting Writer Stuart Kestenbaum

Date of Event: Thursday, January 23, 2020
Time of Event: 4:30pm
Location of Event: BMH 106 (Room C)
Cost: Free
Sponsored by: Division of Ceramic Art

Describe the upcoming event in detail:

Stuart Kestenbaum visits Alfred to present a writing workshop for our graduating MFA students. The public is encouraged attend this lecture for a reading and presentation/thinking about creativity and the writing process.

Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of five collections of poetry, most recently How to Start Over(Deerbrook Editions 2019) and a collection of essays The View from Here (Brynmorgen Press). He is an honorary fellow of the American Craft Council and a recipient of the Distinguished Educator's Award from the James Renwick Alliance. He is currently serving as Maine's poet laureate.

press release

Posted By: browncr

An Evening of Dance: AU Dance Theater

AN EVENING OF DANCE - AU DANCE THEATER 2020

Alfred University Performing Arts Division presents an Evening of Dance on February 20 - 22 in the Miller Theater at 8pm. Admission is free. This year's concert promises to be dynamic and engaging featuring very unique works created by four student choreographers and performed by over thirty student performers. The 2019-2020 student choreographers are Angela Childs, Mandela Franciscono, Carly Moldow, and Arenze Wellington. The Marlin Miller guest artist Jenise Anthony will set a new choreographic work on eleven AU Dance students and two AU Dance Alumni, Moné Rodgers and Krystal Cooper. The evening also features two faculty choreographed pieces with new works by D. Chase Angier and Colleen Wahl, who are co-artistic directors.

The evening will include dances of all sizes - an intimate solo to energetic large group works including an African Diaspora piece. The music selections range from introspective to wild and celebratory to driving. The costume were designed by Alfred University Designer Maureen Weiss, Dance faculty Colleen Wahl and Colleen Wahl's costume students - Luci Busch, Angela Childs, Genesis Luciano, and Mia Modaferri, and built by many students under the direction of Costume Shop manager Debra MacCrea. This evening is made possible by the generous support of the Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program.

Jenise Akilah Anthony, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, is an Assistant Professor of African Dance and Artistic Director of Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. She has been a dance educator and choreographer for over ten years, working both nationally and internationally. She is renowned for her African Diaspora dance work and tutelage that is hinged in both traditional and contemporary African dance genres such as West African, Caribbean Folk, Modern Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Modern.

Posted By: wahl

Marty Kallier Farewell Celebration

Please join the Office of Sponsored Programs as we say goodbye to Marty Kallier and celebrate her 20 years of service to AU. The party we be held from 3:30pm to 4:30pm on Wednesday January 22nd in Binns-Merrill Hall, room 140. There will be cake and light refreshments.

Posted By: moody

You Can Use Financial Aid at the AU Bookstore Now

Students, financial aid is now open and you can use it at the AU Bookstore. IF you are expecting a refund, that means you will have financial aid funds to use to purchase textbooks and supplies for Spring semester. You can also place your order on our website with financial aid! Classes start 1/21/2020.

alfred.bncollege.com

Posted By: bradlemk

Job Opening- Part-Time Front Desk Clerk

Please see the link below for more information on the open Part-Time Front Desk Clerk position.

Part-Time Front Desk Clerk Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-Part-Time Temporary A/V Tech

Please see the link below for more information on the open Part-Time Temporary Audio/Visual Technician position.

Part-Time Temporary Audio/Visual Technician Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophy

Please see the link below for more information on the open Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophy position.

Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophy Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-Custodian

Please see the link below for more information on the open Custodial position.

Custodian Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening- Academic Success Coach

Please see the link below for more information on the open Academic Success Coach position.

Academic Success Coach Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-International Admissions Specialist

Please see the link below for more information on the open International Admissions Specialist position.

International Admissions Specialist Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-Director, Lea R. Powell Institute for Children and Families

Please see the link below for more information on the open Director of the Lea R. Powell Institute for Children and Families position.

Director, Lea R. Powell Institute for Children and Families Position

Posted By: schweigart

Job Opening-Part-Time Secretary to the Director of Athletics

Please see the link below for more information on the Part-Time Secretary to the Director of Athletics position.

Part-Time Secretary to the Director of Athletics Position

Posted By: schweigart

Time to file your 2020-21 FAFSA !

If you will be a student at AU for the 2020-21 academic year.. file the FAFSA! Go to fafsa.gov to get started! For 2020-21, you will be using 2018 income information! We strongly recommend using the IRS data retrieval tool for income.
AU FAFSA school code is 002668.
After completion of FAFSA, you will be directed to start State Application. For NYS residents, this is TAP.
For NYS Tap applicants the codes are
-0020 for Liberal Arts and Sciences,Business, Professional Studies,and Mechanical, Renewable Energy, and Undecided Engineering.
-0960 for all other Engineering Programs and school of Art and Design.
For more information on Financial aid, visit alfred.edu/admissions/financial-aid. Our number is 607 871 2159 or financialaid@alfred.edu .

Posted By: murphyk

Open Position-Dean of Student Wellbeing

Please see the link below for more information on the open Dean of Student Wellbeing position.

Dean of Student Wellbeing Position

Posted By: schweigart

Music Classes and Lessons available to ALL Students

MUSIC Courses and Lessons available to ALL Students

Music Theory Courses:
MUSC 120 Fundamentals of Music & Technology- Learn basic music theory and composition - no experience necessary

MUSC 220 Music Theory II Continue to explore more about Music Theory and Composition

Music History:
MUSC 215 History of Rock
MUSC 216 Queering the Pitch
MUSC 200 Women in Music

Technique and Ensemble Classes:
MUSC 130 Piano I
MUSC 131 Piano II
MUSC 132 Voice Class
MUSC 279 Mandolin

MUSC 133 Music of the Guzheng- learn to play this extraordinary Chinese instrument with artist, Daisy Wu. No experience necessary- instruments provided.

MUSC 271 University Chorus - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 272 Chamber Singers- by audition

MUSC 273 Concert Band - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 274 Jazz Ensemble open to all students and to community members

MUSC 275 Symphony Orchestra - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 279 Various Chamber Music Ensembles and Mandolin Orchestra

Continue to study your instrument, or voice, or pick up a new one: Private Lessons available to ALL Students from Beginners to Advanced:

Guitar, Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Percussion, Voice and the Chinese Guzheng- as listed in Banner

Need an instrument or for more information, contact Professor Lisa Lantz at Lantz@alfred.edu

Posted By: lantz

Come back to Campus with OurBus!

Get back to campus easily and affordably with OurBus. Book now while tickets are still available and prices are still low (currently $25!) The bus will run on January 20th, just in time for the new semester.

OurBus provides a more convenient way of traveling with access to free water, a free checked bag, and complimentary WiFi and charging on board. Book now with the OurBus app and use ALFRED2020 for $5 off your purchase!

OurBus Link

Posted By: kem9

25% OFF Fleece at the AU Bookstore

All fleece is 25% OFF this week at the AU Bookstore. We have hoodies and crewneck sweatshirts in stock. Prefect for this warm or cold weather!

alfred.bncollege.com

Posted By: bradlemk

MUSIC Courses and Lessons available to ALL Students

MUSIC Courses and Lessons available to ALL Students

Music Theory Courses:
MUSC 120 Fundamentals of Music & Technology- Learn basic music theory and composition - experience necessary

MUSC 220 Music Theory II Continue to explore more about Music Theory and Composition

Music History:
MUSC 215 History of Rock
MUSC 216 Queering the Pitch
MUSC 200 Women in Music

Technique and Ensemble Classes:
MUSC 130 Piano I
MUSC 131 Piano II
MUSC 132 Voice Class
MUSC 279 Mandolin

MUSC 133 Music of the Guzheng- learn to play this extraordinary Chinese instrument with artist, Daisy Wu. No experience necessary- instruments provided.

MUSC 271 University Chorus - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 273 Concert Band - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 274 Jazz Ensemble open to all students and to community members

MUSC 275 Symphony Orchestra - open to all students and to community members

MUSC 279 Chamber Music and Mandolin Orchestra

Continue to study your instrument, or voice, or pick up a new one: Private Lessons available to ALL Students from Beginners to Advanced:

Guitar, Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Percussion, Voice and the Chinese Guzheng- as listed in Banner

Posted By: lantz

Seeking nominations for Spirit of Service Awards!

Know an Alfred faculty/staff member, student, or community member who makes a difference? Nominate them for a 2020 Spirit of Service Award! The annual Spirit of Service Awards recognize those in the greater Alfred community who demonstrate a strong commitment to serving others and actively live out the principles of Martin Luther King, Jr., including equality, social justice, community, and service.

The 2020 Celebration of Service award ceremony will take place at the Union University Church at 5:00 PM on January 28, 2020. All Spirit of Service Award nominees will be honored, and awards will be presented to winners in each category. All nominations must be submitted by Monday, January 20, 2020 for consideration.

2020 Spirit of Service Award Nomination Form

Attachment: 2020 Spirit of Service Awards

Posted By: fecteauc

Attention: New Timesheet Due Dates for 2020

Timesheets will now be due Mondays by Noon following the end of each pay period. Approvals are Due Tuesdays by Noon, following the end of the pay period.

Pay Period 2: 12/29/19 - 1/11/20:
Time sheets due Monday, January 13th by Noon

Approvals due Tuesday, January 14th by Noon

Timesheet Tips:

* Timesheets are Due the Monday after Pay Day. If Friday is your last working day of the week, then Pay Day marks the end of your pay period. On Pay Day Fridays, Review and Submit your timesheet before you leave for the day on Friday (unless you work Saturdays).

* Be Proactive and take 2 minutes daily to fill out your time sheet. Completing your timesheet before you leave every day will help ensure accuracy and will eliminate rushing to complete it before the deadline.

* Opening your time sheet at the beginning of a new pay period will let you know if there is an issue with your time sheet and allows us time to fix it ahead of the deadline

* Please notify HR and Payroll if your supervisor changed

* Make sure to click "Submit" at the end of the Pay Period when finalizing your time sheet so it is sent to your supervisor for approval

* If you miss the deadline to submit your time sheet online, please stop down to our office in Greene Hall and pick up a paper time sheet

* Notify your supervisor that you submitted your timesheet and make sure they approve it by Tuesday.

* If you submit your timesheet and need to make a correction before the deadline, ask your supervisor to return it to you for correction or send an email to payroll@alfred.edu and we will return it to you.

Payroll Schedule 2020

Posted By: clingerj

Years of Service Recognition

The Employee Recognition Committee would like to announce Years of Service dates for the month of January 2020. The Committee will be observing years 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50.

At Alfred University, we realize that our employees are our greatest asset, and we are delighted to honor your dedicated service and commitment to this organization. It is our employees who uphold our principles, demonstrate our vision of working for a better future for our University, deliver on our customer promise and make us the passionate organization we are today.

The success of our organization is a direct result of your efforts and dedication. Your commitment to quality and personal and professional integrity is the differentiating factor that sets us apart from our competition.

On behalf of Alfred University, it is with great pride and admiration that we congratulate you on this service anniversary milestone.

Celebrating 1 Year of Service:
January 1- Gabrielle Gaustad- Dean- Inamori School of Engineering and VPSA/Head on NYSCC
January 3- Jeanene Austin- Custodian- Maintenance
January 3- Amanda Jadwin- Project Manager- CACT
January 14- Jessica Clinger- Payroll Specialist- HR/Payroll
January 28- Joshua Hopkins- Custodian- Maintenance

Celebrating 5 Years of Service:
January 26- Jennifer Haxton- Custodian- Maintenance
January 30- Sharon Woodruff- Housekeeper- Saxon Inn

Celebrating 15 Years of Service:
January 18- Justin Grigg- Assistant Dean- Graduate and Continuing Studies

Celebrating 20 Years of Service:
January 3- Adrian Morling- Manager Administrative Programming- ITS
Celebrating 25 Years of Service:
January 11- Pamela Bradford- Custodian- Maintenance

Posted By: misner