Three Awards (to read more about these click the link below):
-Bob Condrate Lifelong Learner Award
-Saxon Service Award
-Cathy Johnson Service Award
These awards will be presented at the 7th Annual Employee Recognition Event held in May 2024.
- Link: Nomination Page
Posted by: misner
Sierra's defense will be held in-person in Binns, 106 A copy of Sierra's thesis is on display in Binns-Merrill, 160.
- Attachment: Kucko Abstract
Posted by: guysick
Submitted by: The Center for Academic Success (CAS)
Instructions for preparing and submitting a proposal, and supporting application materials, can be found at the link below. Please be aware that proposals not following the required format will be returned without review.
If you have questions, email Dr. Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by: Desmond Wallace
If you have any questions please use the link provided below for the Student Employment Webpage, or reach out to Brielle Gavin at email@example.com or 607-871-2159
- Link: http://
Submitted by: Brielle Gavin
Come to The BookEnd Lounge in Herrick Library on Friday, December 1, from 12:20 - 1:10 pm. Light refreshments provided.
- Attachment: Women's and Gender Studies Roundtable Dec. 1st
Submitted by: Janet McClain
It should be noted that Payroll processing will be moved up due to the Holiday break. Important dates and changes are below:
For pay-period #26 (11/26/23-12/9/23), the electronic timesheet deadline will remain in place, employees will submit their electronic timesheets by Monday 12/11/23 at noon. **CHANGE**We need all Supervisor approvals in by Monday at 4:30 pm.
All paper timesheets that may need to be turned in for the #26 payroll will need to be received by Wednesday 12/13/23 by 12:00pm. Paper timesheets can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org from the Supervisor for processing.
For pay-period #1 (12/10/23-12/23/23) if you are an employee that will not need to work over the Holiday, please submit this timesheet before you leave work for break on 12/21/23. The deadline for submission is while we are on break. Supervisors, please approve these timesheets on 12/21/23 before you leave for break.
All paper timesheets that may need to be turned in for the #1 payroll will need to be received by Sunday 12/31/23 by 12:00pm. Paper timesheets can be submitted to email@example.com from the Supervisor for processing.
How to enter Holiday time on timesheets:
Under the Holiday slot on your timesheet, enter the required hours per day you have to work. You will either be entering 7, 7.5, or 8 hours depending on your job description and accrued leave time.
If you are a temporary employee (whether you are PT or FT) with the University (this excludes student workers and interns) you need to code 4 hours of Holiday time on your timesheet for each day that you would normally work.
For hourly employees who will be required to work over the holiday break you will enter the hours you worked along with entering your holiday time (you will have a total of 2 entries for the days you work over the break). Only essential staff, with prior approval by their Supervisor, will have coded work hours over the break.
Any questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by: Kayleigh Jones
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Submitted by: Melissa Badeau
Suzanne is a co-owner of her family's seventh-generation farm and winery as well as Vice President for Public Policy for Generate Upcycle, PBC which finances, builds, owns, and operates sustainable infrastructure projects in North America and Europe. At the winery, Suzanne has spearheaded a multitude of sustainability and climate resilience efforts - including energy efficiency, geothermal heating/cooling, solar PV, micro-wind, soil health, carbon sequestration, sustainable building materials, waste reduction, wildlife habitat, and advocacy. In 2020, Hunt County Vineyards was the first winery to receive the New York Wine & Grape Foundation's Sustainability Award. In 2021 Suzanne and her parents were recognized by Wine Business Monthly as some of the top leaders who shape the way the wine industry operates.
Friday, Dec. 1, 2023
Roon Lecture Hall- Science Center RM 247
12:20 pm - 1:10 pm
Light refreshments will be available.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Submitted by: Shannon Yocum
Submitted by: Tamara Green
This month we have organized a "Pedagogy Potluck." For this month consider: What has been successful for you in the classroom this semester? Is there a recent app that you love, a new style of group work, or anything else related to pedagogy you'd like to share with your colleagues? Bring examples or ideas regarding what has been working for you in the classroom. Or come and listen to your colleagues and gather inspiration for your teaching.
Submitted by: Meghanne Freivald
Alfred University’s Institute for Electronic Arts, School of Art and Design recently received a $100,000 grant from the Harry T. Mangurian Foundation, the largest grant to date in the IEA’s history.
Alfred University’s Division of Psychology recently announced it will work jointly with the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center, at Maris Cuneo Equine Park, and University graduate programs in Counseling and School Psychology to initiate a revolutionary new interdisciplinary program in Equine-assisted Psychotherapy.
Selva Aparicio, International Randall Chair in Sculpture in Alfred University’s School of Art and Design, was honored on Nov. 15 as winner of the 2023 Burke Prize, given by the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City.