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    Have you ever forgotten your email password? And you couldn't call the ITS Helpdesk to reset your password because it was after business hours? Starting Spring semester, all Alfred University campus community members will have the ability to reset their password without having to contact the ITS Helpdesk. In order to use this procedure, users will need to opt in and provide a phone number or an alternate email address.

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    Ecstatic Static is an exhibition of new works by Liisa Nelson, a multidisciplinary artist focusing in ceramics with an experimental approach to material and color. Installed at the Belfry, a de-sanctified church-turned-art-gallery, Ecstatic Static reflects themes of paradox, physical and energetic detritus (static) of daily life, natural phenomena v. digital communications, sacred/visionary experience (ecstasis), and the ways in which they all overlap.

    Please join us for an opening reception from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday, February 16 at the Belfry (406 Canisteo St., Hornell NY). If you cannot make it to the opening but would like to see the show, please contact Liisa Nelson at Lkn1@alfred.edu for a viewing appointment.

    Hope to see you all there!
    Link: Click here for Ecstatic Static Event Details
    Attachment: Ecstatic Static Poster


    Posted by: lkn1
    Flu Season is upon us and we are starting to see cases here at Alfred University. If you notice symptoms of the flu, please contact Health Services at 607-871-2400.

    Flu Vaccines are still recommended and are available through Health Services. Good hand washing, staying in your room when ill, adequate rest, good nutrition, and covering your cough are necessary!


    Posted by: khodorkovskaya
    Click the link below for details as it relates to the open CACT Financial Analyst job.
    Link: Job Posting

    Posted by: misner
    Christina Irene is a diversity and empowerment speaker who teaches invisible disabilities awareness for corporations, colleges, and community groups. Her passion is to empower everyone to not only be ourselves, but to be the best versions of ourselves - independent, inspired, and making remarkable contributions to our communities and the world.

    Come see Christina Irene on Thursday February 21st 7:00-8:00 pm in Nivens. There will be popcorn!

    Attachment: Christina Irene Poster


    Posted by: Cas
    Ade will close at 10:30am and reopen for dinner at 5:00pm due to an Admissions event. Breakfast and dinner will be served in Ade.

    Knight Club will be open 11:30am-1:30 pm serving Taco and Nacho Bar, Deli and Salad Bar, Desserts and beverages. We will be accepting Ade meal swipes



    Posted by: valentine
    Math 151 01 8:20 class, Dr. Taylor, Myers Hall 337, Monday and Wednesday, 6-7 PM and Thursday, 8-9 PM. SI Leader: Morgan Brothers.
    Math 151 01, 8:20 class, Dr. Kirtland, Myers Hall 335. Monday, 4-5 PM, Wednesday, 6-7 PM, Sunday, 4:30-5:30 PM. SI Leader: Kelsey Bennett.
    Math 152 02, 9:20 class, Dr. Simon-Romero, Myers Hall 336. Tuesday 5-6 PM, Wednesday, 6-7 PM, Thursday 7-8 PM. SI Leader: Erin Jurkowski.
    Math 152 03, 10:20 class, Dr. Matson, Myers Hall 335. Monday and Tuesday and Thursday, 8-9 PM. SI Leader: Heidi Boettcher.
    Math 152 04, 11:20 class, Dr. Matson, Myers Hall 337. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7-8 PM. SI Leader: Mark Ciccarella.
    Math 253 01, 8:20 class, Dr. Simon-Romero, Myers Hall 229. Wednesday and Thursday 6-7 PM and Sunday 7-8 PM. SI Leader: Aanu Adeloye.


    Posted by: nilesb
  • Alfred Today

    The Office of the Provost continues to acknowledge and reward faculty who are outstanding mentors for undergraduate research and scholarly activity. The Faculty Research Mentor Award recognizes those individuals who are outstanding mentors to students engaged in research or scholarly activity and are actively engaged themselves in advancing scholarship in their field.

    Up to one award will be offered in each of the following categories this academic year: physical/life and mathematical sciences, undergraduate engineering, social sciences, humanities, visual and performing arts, and professional studies.

    Students or faculty wishing to nominate a faculty member for this award should send a nomination letter to argus@alfred.edu by 5:00 pm Friday, March 1; self-nominations will not be considered.

    A more detailed announcement, including the required contents for the recommendation letter, is available on the Office of the Provost website.

    If you have questions, email Frederic Beaudry (beaudry@alfred.edu), and if you know an outstanding faculty research mentor, nominate them today!

    https://my.alfred.edu/provost/

    Submitted by: Frederic Beaudry

    Latinos Beyond Reel examines how U.S. news and entertainment media portray -and do not portray- Latinos. Drawing on the insights of Latino scholars, journalists, community leaders, directors, actors, and producers, they uncover a pattern of gross misrepresentation and underrepresentation- a world in which Latinos tend to appear, if at all, as gangsters and Mexican bandits, harlots and prostitutes, drug dealers, welfare-leeching illegals, and ultimately as a drain and threat to American society. This film is FREE and open to all! A short discussion will follow the film.

    WHEN: Monday, February 18
    WHERE: Holmes Auditorium
    TIME: 7:00 pm

    Submitted by: Amanda Khodorkovskaya

    Did you know that Alfred University Human Resources provides an EAP for employees?

    What is an EAP? An employee assistance program (EAP) is a work-based intervention program designed to assist employees in resolving personal problems that may be adversely affecting the employee's performance. EAPs traditionally have assisted workers with issues like alcohol or substance abuse; however, most now cover a broad range of issues such as child or elder care, relationship challenges, financial or legal problems, wellness matters and traumatic events like workplace violence. Programs are delivered at no cost to employees by stand-alone EAP vendors or providers who are part of comprehensive health insurance plans. Services are often delivered via phone, video-based counseling, online chatting, e-mail interactions or face-to-face.

    As of Tuesday, January 15 our new EAP provider is NexGen EAP. Please see the attached documents for further information on how to use these services. This program is completely free and confidential for all employees. To take advantage of these benefits, please visit the website www.nexgeneap.com to register for an account today or call 800-EAP-CALL.

    Attachment: Member Guide
    Attachment: Poster

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    Winter weather conditions like ice and snow can increase the chances of slips and falls, in addition to other safety concerns, so the office of Environmental Health and Safety would like to remind all Saxons to stay safe this winter. We remind you to dress warmly and wear the appropriate attire, and, when appropriate, walk like a penguin. It may sound silly, but short, shuffled steps can decrease your chances of slipping. Be sure to download a copy of our Walk Like A Penguin poster to post in your area. Also, checkout the additional recommended links for staying safe in the cold.
    CDC Infographic: Avoid Spot Treat: Frostbite & Hypothermia
    https://www.cdc.gov/cpr/i...

    CDC Infographic: Be Ready In Winter
    https://www.cdc.gov/cpr/d...

    CDC When Working In Cold:
    https://www.cdc.gov/featu...


    Attachment: Walk Like A Penguin Poster

    Submitted by: Dean Perry

    Friday beginning at 5:30 pm at the Hillel House

    Come and spend Shabbat with us! Say a prayer, enjoy some homemade challah (and perhaps dessert), and discuss this week's Torah reading.

    All are welcome, even if you aren't Jewish. No RSVPs required! Feel free to bring a friend. For more information email hillel@alfred.edu

    Check out this event on AUConnect

    Submitted by: Rachael Pettinicchi

    Physics 125 01, 9:20 class, Dr. Kirtland, Science Center 228. Tuesday 7:30-8:30 PM, Thursday 4:30-5:30 PM, Sunday 4-5 PM. SI Leader: Genti Ismailaj.
    Physics 125 02 11:20 class, Dr. Toot, Science Center 230. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8-9 PM. SI Leader: Ryan Butler.
    Physics 126 01, 9:20 class, Dr. Toot, Science Center 230. Tuesday 6-7 PM, Thursday and Sunday 4-5 PM. SI Leader: Erin Congdon.

    Submitted by: Elizabeth Niles

    The Center for Academic Success (CAS) offers a series of FREE workshops at no cost to Alfred University students throughout the semester that address key avenues to success in college. Develop an effective approach to note taking
    Tuesday, February 19
    2:15 pm - 3:00 pm
    Herrick Computer Lab

    Attachment: Schedule

    Submitted by: Alicia Zielenski

    For all the employees who chose to save the University a stamp and receive their Form 1095C on line you can retrieve your 2018 form on Banner Web under the Employee/Tax forms section. Hard Copies will be mailed to the address we have on file to those who did not elect the electronic option. While you do not need the form to file your taxes you do need to keep your copy with your tax documents. Please contact HR for any questions or concerns.

    Submitted by: Mark Guinan

    Join us in watching everyone's favorite Jewish song-and-dance film (the less depressing one)

    Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 7:30 PM at Susan Howell Hall

    Free to attend. Free snacks.

    No RSVP necessary. You do not need to be Jewish to attend.

    Pull on some leg warmers, put on a kippah, head up to the Catskills, and get ready to have the time of your life.

    Check out this event on AUConnect

    Attachment: Poster

    Submitted by: Rachael Pettinicchi

    Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend an open forum on Friday, February 15 from 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm, in Nevins Theater, presented by Robert Stein, ED Marketing & Communications candidate from Maine. The topic is "Vision for a High Performing Marketing Communications Office".

    Submitted by: Janet Lynch

    The Office of Admissions is having a Winter Open House for prospective students this Saturday, February 16. We are expecting over 130 students including their families which will bring over 350 people on campus for this event.

    Registration begins in Harder Hall Lobby at 9:30 a.m. followed by a welcome from President Zupan, an academic and co-curricular fair in McLane Gym, as well as other concurrent sessions after lunch.

    Families will be eating lunch on campus in Ade Dining Hall from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Concurrent engineering demonstrations will follow lunch.

    If you have any questions about the event, please contact Michelle at x2015.


    Attachment: Winter Open House Schedule

    Submitted by: Michelle Pomeroy

    Ecstatic Static is an exhibition of new works by Liisa Nelson, a multidisciplinary artist focusing in ceramics with an experimental approach to material and color. Installed at the Belfry, a de-sanctified church-turned-art-gallery, Ecstatic Static reflects themes of paradox, physical and energetic detritus (static) of daily life, natural phenomena v. digital communications, sacred/visionary experience (ecstasis), and the ways in which they all overlap.

    Please join us for an opening reception from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday, February 16 at the Belfry (406 Canisteo St., Hornell NY). If you cannot make it to the opening but would like to see the show, please contact Liisa Nelson at Lkn1@alfred.edu for a viewing appointment.

    Hope to see you all there!

    Click here for Ecstatic Static Event Details

    Attachment: Ecstatic Static Poster

    Submitted by: Liisa Nelson

    El Cafecito is back! Join us Fridays 6:30 pm at the Language House. Wait, but what is El Cafecito? It's a weekly event where people interested in Spanish language and/or the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries can learn some Spanish from scratch, practice it, or even bring your school Spanish back to your life! Among other things, we'll play games, do hands-on activities, enjoy international foods, learn to dance to music from Spanish-speaking countries! ¡Te esperamos!

    Attachment: Poster Week 2

    Submitted by: Marcos Cedriani

    Alfred University Performing Arts Division presents an Evening of Dance on Thursday, February 21 - Saturday, February 23 in the Miller Theater at 8:00 pm. Admission is free. The concert will feature new original works created and performed by Alfred University students Ariel Fitzsimmons, Emma Hildebrandt, Jillian Hagadorn and Ryan Isabelle; faculty members D. Chase Angier and Colleen Wahl; and the Marlin Miller Resident Guest Artists Krystal Cooper and Martha Brim. Cooper is a 2012 dance minor / theatre major Alfred University Alumni. Martha Brim will be premiering an original work created with nine AU students and five community members that include Pat Lacourse, Carlyn Yanda, Amanda Oglesbee, Holly Dudley, and Lana Meissner. Lastly, Angier will also be collaborating on a new dance work with Arenze Wellington who specializes in Hip Hop. The evening will include dances of all sizes - intimate solos to energetic large group works. The music will range from original music created by Ryan Isabelle and Thea Hart to music by Patsy Cline. The costumes will be created by Alfred University School of Art and Design faculty members Angie To and Katarina Riesing, and Colleen Wahl's costume students - Joyce Parker, Luci Busch, Louisa Holbrook, Joslin Pettingel, Autumn Maggi, Sarah McCall. This evening is made possible by the generous support of the Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program.

    Submitted by: Colleen Wahl

    Visiting artist in Sculpture/Dimensional Studies
    Date: Thursday, February 21
    Time: 6:00 pm
    Location: Room C Binns 106

    Open to the Public

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Visiting artist in Sculpture/Dimensional Studies
    Date: Thursday, February 21
    Workshop Sessions: 9:00 am - 11:00 am and 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
    Location: Hot Glass Studio

    Open to the Public

    Submitted by: SOAD Events

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