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Informational Meeting on Spring Break Trip to Haiti
Are you a part of the Water for Haiti project at Alfred? Do you want to experience the country and the culture of Haiti first hand? Are you a student who is committed to global justice and service? Find out about the Spring Break Trip to Haiti taking place March 4-12, 2017. An informational meeting will be held Thursday, October 6th at 5:00 pm in 218 Perlman Hall. Contact Cecilia Beach ( or Nancy Evangelista ( for more information.
Water for Haiti Au at Neil Jacobs concert!
Water for Haiti AU will be selling baked goods and water bottles before and after the Neil Jacobs concert in the Miller Theater on Friday, Sept. 30. We will be selling from 7:00 until 7:30 and then again after the concert. No food or drink is allowed in the theater, so if you want a little something sweet BEFORE the concert, come a little early! Or wait until after the concert...or both!
"A Girl in the Room: A Peek into Girls and Women in STEM"
Shihadah "Shay" Saleem, a 2001 alumna with a bachelor’s degree in geology, will present the Sept. 30 talk in the Environmental Studies Speakers Series at Alfred University. Her topic is "A Girl in the room: A Peek into Girls and Women in STEM" (Science, technology, engineering or mathematics). The lecture is scheduled for 12:20 p.m. in Room 247 of the Science Center, and is open to the public, free of charge.
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Shabbat Dinner Apple Style
- Location: Hillel House
- Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
This week hillel will be hosting an Apple themed Shabbat Chicken Dinner.We plan to do some apple glazing, apple saucing, maybe even apple tarting! If you have any recommendations for recipes please do not hesitate to send them along! Feel free to hang around after dinner for an evening of board games and friendly rivalry!
Environmental Studies Speaker Series - Sept. 30th
- Location: Roon Lecture Hall - Science Center Room 247
- Time: 12:20 PM - 1:10 PM
Please join us for this weeks Environmental Studies Speaker Series. Our speaker this week is Shay Saleem ’01 who will be speaking on "A Girl in the Room: A Peek into Girls and Women in STEM" (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math).
This event is open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.
Visiting Artist Demonstration: Anne Currier
- Location: First Floor Harder Hall
- Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Alfred Clay Collective welcomes back Anne Currier as a visiting artist!
Neil Jacobs in Concert
- Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
- Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Performing Arts is pleased to present the return of ’Neil Jacobs and American Gypsy’. Internationally recognized 12-string guitarist/composer, Neil Jacobs, Ukrainian master violinist Arkadiy Gips and award-winning bassist, Steven Fox transforms Gypsy, Jazz, and World Folk into intriguing new American Music.
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29-Sep-16 — Alfred University professor authors third book,

"The Wisdom of Frugality," a new book by Emrys Westacott, professor of philosophy at Alfred University (AU), has just been published by Princeton University Press. The book asks why so many philosophers, from Socrates to Thoreau, have advocated frugality and simple living, and why so many people continue to ignore them.

23-Sep-16 — ‘Fugitive,’ an installation by Ian McMahon ‘04 opens Oct. 28 at Fosdick Nelson gallery

“Fugitive,” an installation by Ian McMahon, a 20014 alumnus of Alfred University, will open Oct. 28 at the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Harder Hall, on the Alfred University campus.

23-Sep-16 — Alfred University to inaugurate Mark Zupan as 14th president on October 22

Alfred University will inaugurate Mark Zupan as its 14th president in a ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in the Galanis Family Arena at the McLane Center.

23-Sep-16 — Alfred University: it’s worth a look for high school students

Alfred University (AU) wants high school students to know it’s worth a look, so it’s making it worth their while to visit campus.