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    Register for Summer Orientations, Summer Term and Summer Camps

    Summer Orientations
    July 13 - 14, 2019

    Summer Term
    Take advantage of Alfred University's Summer Term to get ahead, catch-up or stay on-track to graduate.

    Summer Camps
    These programs provide young people with opportunities to learn more about their fields of interest, to sample life on a college campus and to meet other students with similar interests and academic ability.

  • The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: sturdevant
    The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: fecteauc
    The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: defelice
    The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: stjude
    The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: yocum
    The AU Libraries are migrating to a new SUNY-wide library system during the week of July 1-5. The libraries will remain open during this time (excluding the July 4 holiday) but there may be periodic disruptions to library services including the library websites, library search tools, and other search interfaces such as Google Scholar.

    We will be updating website links as quickly as possible, but you may find broken links or experience automatic redirections to new services. Links to electronic resources may be somewhat unreliable for a period of a week or more. You may receive email notices from the libraries that are unfamiliar to you.

    We appreciate your patience as we complete the migration process. If you have questions or if you need to report a problem, please don't hesitate to contact any of the librarians or call the libraries directly at 607-871-2184 (Herrick) or 607-871-2492 (Scholes).
    Link: AU Libraries System Migration

    Posted by: baileyj
  • Accounts Payable:
    June 30th - All merchandise and services must be received and invoiced to the University for fiscal year 2018-19.

    July 12th - Invoices for fiscal year 2018-2019- merchandise received or services performed by June 30th.

    Travel:
    July 10th - The cutoff date for travel expense forms that account for travel through June 30th for fiscal year 2018-19.

    University One Card Reconciliation for June:
    July 8th - Card holder review & send paperwork to card manager.
    July 12th - Card manager approve & send paperwork to Program Administrator.

    Business Office:
    July 17th - All transactions such as corrections, transfers, budget adjustments, year-end accruals, etc. submitted for fiscal year 2018-2019.



    Submitted by: Jodi Howe

    The AU Bookstore is open Monday through Friday 9:30 am - 3:30 pm. We are closed weekends throughout the summer.

    http://alfred.bncollege.com

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

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

    Summer Term I sessions are underway and will be ending Friday (June 21); Summer Term II sessions will start June 24 and end August 9. Our new Summer Orientation Programs are also running throughout the summer; those dates are: June 11-12, July 13-14 and August 20-21. Summer Ceramic Workshops will begin June 30 and run through August 9; our AUNY (Downstate) students will be here June 30 through July 26 (each week a new group will join us throughout this time period). As well we will have several High School residential institutes beginning at this time (June 30 and will run weekly through July 26). Some of the offerings include: Art Portfolio Preparation, Astronomy, Ceramic & Glass Engineering, Computer, Creative Writing and Robotics/Drones. We will also have three residential sports 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): Basketball, Engineering (Lego) 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 7--13. Click on the link below for more information.

    Just a reminder that if you have an event planned or are contacted about scheduling an event to be held it here on campus, just give us a call (607-871-2612) to get it on our calendar and we will be more than happy to work with you on the details, locations, etc.

    Summer Programs

    Submitted by: Bonnie Dungan

    We are in the process of scheduling the annual visit from Precision Scales and Balances to have campus scales and balances serviced in early July. If you have equipment you would like serviced, please send the make, model, serial number, and location as well as a contact name and FOAP to procurement@alfred.edu by Friday, June 28.

    Please call Procurement at x2698 with any questions.

    Submitted by: Valerie Ewald

    Date of Event: July 8 - 12, 2019
    Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts
    Cost: Free
    Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts / NYSCA

    Paloma Barhaugh-Bordas is an artist living and working in Upstate New York. Originally from Denver, Colorado, she received a BA in liberal arts from Carleton College in Northfield, MN, and an MFA in Printmaking at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. Paloma's work adapts and appropriates the vernacular of the many regions she's called home and traces the self-conscious search for cultural roots as a first-generation American.

    The Institute for Electronic Art's Experimental Projects Residency is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    The 2019 MostArts needs YOUR Help: Box Office, Ushers, and especially Airport Pick-ups and Returns. If you are able to contribute your time please email: MostArts@alfred.edu

    A Volunteers Meeting will take place in Miller Theater Lobby, Wed. June 26 at 4:00 PM. Find out how You can be part of the Magic !

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    The AU Libraries are pleased to announce an upcoming systems migration in early July that will improve services to the campus. A new library services platform, called Alma, manages all of the libraries' back-office functions, including circulation, the acquisition and cataloging of print and electronic resources, and resource sharing within SUNY.

    The library staff have been working over the last year to prepare for this transition. While we expect disruptions to be minimal, we appreciate your patience and understanding as we make this upgrade.

    Library patrons will have access to an improved public search interface called Primo which has several new features:
    * Mobile-friendly design
    * An integrated search of physical and print materials at both Scholes and Herrick (videos, articles, books, databases, etc.)
    * The ability to save favorite searches or articles as well as manage personal accounts for renewals and other circulation functions
    * The ability to search across the collections of all SUNY Libraries (and beyond) with links to request materials for inter-library loan

    If you have any questions, please feel free to ask any of the librarians: https://libguides.alfred....


    Librarian Contact

    Submitted by: Laurie Lounsberry McFadden

    If you are planning on hiring CWS students for the 2019-20 academic year, you will need to complete a Federal College Work-Study Position Request/Job Description. Click on the links below to access the form and instructions. The completed forms are due at the Financial Aid Office by August 1, 2019.

    Contact Elena Wallace (x2159) at the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions regarding this request.

    Attachment: Job Description Instructions
    Attachment: 2019-2020 Position Request

    Submitted by: Elena Wallace

    The Department of Music at Alfred University has three instrumental ensembles that are looking for new members. All are welcome to join whether you are a student, faculty, staff, or community member. No auditions necessary, and instruments are available if you do not own your own.

    If you would like to join or have any questions please contact the director of the ensemble:
    MUSC 275 - University Symphony Orchestra
    Dr. Lisa Lantz (lantz@alfred.edu)
    MUSC 274 - Jazz Ensemble
    Dr. Raul Barcenes (Barcenes@alfred.edu)
    MUSC 273 - Concert Band
    Dr. Raul Barcenes (Barcenes@alfred.edu)

    Submitted by: Dustin Woodard

    Don't miss the extraordinary talents of the 2019 "Young Pianist Competition" Finalists at this season's MostArts Festival. Tickets on Sale at the AU Bookstore and Online ! www.alfred.edu/MostArts

    https://www.alfred.edu/about/news/pressreleases/viewrelease.cfm?ID=21195

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    Do you know someone looking for a place to stay during the MostArts Festival. Consider the MostArts B & B at the historic Brick. Single or double rooms available- package includes festival tickets, gourmet breakfast, access to campus activities and more: https://www.alfred.edu/mo...

    https://www.alfred.edu/mostarts/b-and-b-at-the-brick.cfm

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    The Magic Returns July 7-13
    Tickets for the 2019 MostArts Festival are on Sale at the AU Bookstore and Online ! Visit our new website for more information about soloists, workshops, lodging, and more: www.alfred.edu/MostArts

    http://www.alfred.edu/MostArts

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    Date: June 17 - 28
    Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts
    Cost: Free
    Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts / NYSCA

    Born and raised in Japan and a resident of New York since 1976, Eiko Otake is a movement- based, interdisciplinary artist. She worked first for more than forty years with her partner Koma, creating 46 interdisciplinary performance works, two career exhibitions and numerous media works. Always performing their own choreography, Eiko & Koma usually designed and handcrafted all aspects of their works including sets, costumes and sound. They presented their works in theaters, universities, museums, galleries, outdoor sites and festivals worldwide but since 2014 has been performing her own solo project A Body in Places. These activities brought her a special Bessie citation, an Art Matters grant and the Anonymous was a Woman Award. Eiko & Koma were the first collaborative pair to share a MacArthur Fellowship (1996) and the first Asian choreographers to receive the Samuel H. Scripps American Dance Festival Award (2004) and the Dance Magazine Award (2006). Eiko teaches Delicious Movement in communities, colleges and art schools. Using movement study as a means of inquiry along with readings and media studies, she also teaches interdisciplinary college courses about the atomic bombings and other environmental issues such as mountain top removal coal mining and nuclear power plants. Eiko is a think tank fellow in Wesleyan's College of the Environment on the theme of "From Disruptions to Disasters: A Lens on the Human Environment Relationship.
    The Institute for Electronic Art's Experimental Projects Residency is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Due to the July 4th holiday, the Accounts Payable check run will be on July 3rd. Please plan accordingly and have your invoices to the Business Office by noon on Monday, July 1. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 871.2128.

    Submitted by: Jodi Howe

    The Magic Returns July 7-13
    Tickets for the 2019 MostArts Festival are on Sale at the AU Bookstore and Online ! Visit our new website for more information about soloists, workshops, lodging, and more: www.alfred.edu/MostArts
    http://www.alfred.edu/Mos...

    Submitted by: Katie Vanorskie

    Don't Miss a Minute of the Magic ! July 7-13
    Tickets for the 2019 MostArts Festival are on Sale at the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum AND at the AU Bookstore, or order them Online ! Visit our new website for more information about soloists, workshops, lodging, and more: www.alfred.edu/MostArts

    https://www.alfred.edu/about/news/pressreleases/viewrelease.cfm?ID=21245

    Submitted by: Lisa Lantz

    We have free to a good home toner/printer cartridges.
    HP 56 (black) and HP 57 (Color)
    HP 74 (black) and HP 75 (color)

    Please contact me by email if you can use them. hillmank@alfred.edu

    Submitted by: Kathleen Hillman

    We are pleased to announce that Ramin Faraji will be defending his MS Mechanical Engineering thesis entitled "Optimization Methods in Power Market and Machine Learning Algorithms with Sustainable Energies Peneteration" on Monday, July 1st at 11:30 a.m. in Binns-Merrill Hall, room 106. Copies of Ramin's thesis are on display in the Dean's Office, Binns-Merrill Hall, room 160 and in the Seidlin Annex, room 206. All are welcome.

    Attachment: Abstract by Ramin Faraji

    Submitted by: Laura Grove

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