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    Special one day workshops are offered for children and adults during the festival, including everything from playing with clay to playing the guhzeng!
    Clay Workshops Monday, July 9, morning & afternoon sessions
    Master Gardener Workshop Tuesday, July 10 afternoon
    Plein Air Outdoor Painting and Drawing Thursday, July 12 morning
    Playing With Words -Creative Writing -by the Daily or Week (July 9-13)
    Raku Extravaganza with Wayne Higby & AU Grads
    Free Event Sat. July 14 from 11:00-2:00 above Miller Theater
    NEW
    Chinese Guhzeng Workshop Thursday July 12 afternoon
    Food Sculpture & Brunch Tuesday, July 10 morning
    Cooking Class & Dinner Tuesday, July 10 afternoon
    Piano Master Class- Observe Andreas Klein Teach - Sat. July 14
    afternoon- free and open to the public
    For detailed information and Registration visit www.MostArts.alfred.edu
    Link: https://www.mostarts.alfred.edu

    Posted by: lantz
    The Wingate Memorial Carillon Recital Series will be held once again, starting July 10 with an exceptional player with Russian training, Tatiana Lukyanova. That recital will start at 6 pm, due to the MostArts Festival. The following weeks of July 17, 24, and 31, will start at 7:00 pm and feature some of the best carillon players in the world: Jim Fackenthal, Gordon Slater, and Carlo van Ulft. Mark your calendars to enjoy the 47 bells of the AU Carillon. Programs will be available on the Alfred University Davis Memorial Carillon Facebook page for those listening from home.


    Posted by: fbuckwal
    MostArts Tickets on Sale at the Bookstore in the Powell Campus Center, M-F and online at www.MostArts.alfred.edu.
    For questions: email MostArts @ alfred.edu
    Link: https://www.mostarts.alfred.edu

    Posted by: lantz
    On September 6th Alfred University will conduct an "active shooter" emergency preparedness drill that include our "shelter in place" protocol. This will affect campus access for a short time. Members of the Alfred University community will be alerted to the start of the drill, and updated through the course of it via our Rave Alert messaging system.
    If you are not signed up for the Rave Alert system notifications, please go to BannerWeb on either the our.alfred.edu or my.alfred.edu page and scroll down the left-hand side to BannerWeb. Click and select Enter Secure Area, then the Personal Information menu. Next select Emergency Alert Contact Information - Rave Alert. There you will sign up or review your current notification selections.
    As the date gets closer, more information will be provided.



    Posted by: pollard
    The MostArts Festival returns for its 5th season of extraordinary Music and Art, showcasing world class musicians and artists, as well as the "Young Pianist Competition." Also available are a variety of One-Day Chamber Music, Evening Concert Series, "Music Under the Stars" Gallery Hop, BBQ & Dance, "Young Pianist Competition," Workshops featuring clay, plein air, creative writing, master gardener, music, cooking. Registration and Concert Tickets online at www.MostArts.Alfred.edu , or email MostArts@alfred.edu. Tickets on Sale at the AU Bookstore in the Powell Campus Center.

    Link: https://www.mostarts.alfred.edu

    Posted by: lantz
  • Alfred Today

    Employees, please note, that timesheets for the 6/17/18-6/30/18 pay period will be due 7/2/18 by midnight.

    Supervisors who approve timesheets, please note, that all timesheets must be approved by 7/3/18 at noon.

    Thanks for your cooperation in this matter due to the July 4th holiday.

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    To apply:
    Complete the attached application and submit it, along with the required additional materials to the Office of Admissions (located in Alumni Hall) or via e-mail to bentley@alfred.edu or pomeroym@alfred.edu no later than July 1, 2018. Interviews will start when the Fall semester begins.

    Admissions ambassadors are student leaders who are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about Alfred University. Ambassadors must possess strong communication, organization and leadership skills. The job entails a great deal of responsibility, since it directly supports the enrollment efforts of the professional admissions staff and the university as a whole. Giving campus tours is the principle responsibility of the tour guides; the tours will introduce prospective students to AU's campus, while providing them with relevant information about academics and student life. Ambassadors will also correspond with prospective students and assist admissions counselors with office responsibilities.

    Attachment: Application Attachment

    Submitted by: Maria Bentley

    MostArts Tickets on Sale at the Bookstore in the Powell Campus Center, M-F and online at www.MostArts.alfred.edu.
    For questions: email MostArts @ alfred.edu

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    Steinway & Sons proudly endorses the MostArts Festival with this year's special feature, the Vladimir Horowitz Concert Grand Piano. Perhaps the greatest pianist of the 20th C, Horowitz made world headlines when he returned home to Moscow following a 60 year exile in America in 1986. This piano travel with him to the legendary Tchaikovsky Hall stage for his return recital. Alfred audiences may hear this piano each evening during the festival at 7:00 pm and in a special concert by Anthony Pattin on Tuesday, July 3 at 7:30- limited seating for this free event- RSVP by emailing MostArts@alfred.edu.

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    Alfred University comes alive over the summer! Some of the "happenings" scheduled so far are:

    Summer Term I courses will be ending Friday (June 22) and Summer Term II will start June 25-August 3. Summer Ceramic Workshops have already started (this week) and will run through July 22 (two, three and 4 week programs). Our AU-NYC students will be here starting July 1 through July 28 (each week a new group will join us throughout this time period). As well we will have several High School Institutes beginning the week of June 24 and will run weekly through July 27. Some of the offerings include: Art Portfolio Preparation, Astronomy, Ceramic & Glass Engineering, Computer and Creative Writing. As well we will have three sport residential camps: English and Western Equestrian and Swim. Scattered throughout these same weeks we will be offering several academic and sports Day Camps/Clinic for campers of all ages (6-17): Art I and II, Basketball, Engineering I and II, Equestrian (one for beginners and one for intermediate), Lacrosse, Soccer and Tennis. And don't forget about the MostArts Festival scheduled July 8-14. Click on the link below for more information.

    Just a reminder that if you have an event being planned and wish to hold it here on campus, just give us a call (607-871-2612) to get it on our calendar.


    Submitted by: Bonnie Dungan

    Please see the attached flyers for information regarding healthy tips during the month of June.

    Attachment: Wellness News
    Attachment: Health Promotion

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Did you know that as an employee of Alfred University you could take advantage of discounts to save you money?

    AT&T:
    *(Foundation Account #251100) -20% off base plan
    *Visit nearest retail store or online www.att.com/wireless/Alfr...
    *Existing customers call 866-355-8923 to enroll

    Verizon Wireless:
    *19% off base plan
    *Visit www.verizonwireless.com/b...

    Wyndham Hotel Group:
    *20% off best available rate
    *Call 800-525-5501 and reference E&I Discount ID 1000007780

    SUNY Perks at Work:
    *Create a free account with your Alfred e-mail and unlock perks for employees
    *Visit https://www.perksatwork.c...

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Special one day workshops are offered for children and adults during the festival, including everything from playing with clay to playing the guhzeng!
    Clay Workshops Monday, July 9, morning & afternoon sessions
    Master Gardener Workshop Tuesday, July 10 afternoon
    Plein Air Outdoor Painting and Drawing Thursday, July 12 morning
    Playing With Words -Creative Writing -by the Daily or Week (July 9-13)
    Raku Extravaganza with Wayne Higby & AU Grads
    Free Event Sat. July 14 from 11:00-2:00 above Miller Theater
    NEW
    Chinese Guhzeng Workshop Thursday July 12 afternoon
    Food Sculpture & Brunch Tuesday, July 10 morning
    Cooking Class & Dinner Tuesday, July 10 afternoon
    Piano Master Class- Observe Andreas Klein Teach - Sat. July 14
    afternoon- free and open to the public
    For detailed information and Registration visit www.MostArts.alfred.edu

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    Funeral services were conducted Thursday for Stanley Hill, former director of the New York State College of Ceramics physical plant department. Hill, who served the statutory college at Alfred University for 20 years prior to his retirement, died Friday, June 15, at Elderwood in Hornell.

    Submitted by: Susan Goetschius

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