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December 9, 2016

Bob Rankl, head football coach for the Alfred University Saxons
Campus News
Rankl earns regional honors as top coach

Alfred University head football coach Bob Rankl has been named the top coach in his region, the American Football Coaches Association has announced.

Alfred University women’s choir and Saxon Singers present concert Saturday

The Alfred University Women's Choir and the Saxon Singers will present a concert of seasonal music on Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church.

Water for Haiti Close to $15,000 Goal

Water for Haiti, an Alfred University initiative to raise $15,000 for the installation of a clean, reliable potable water well for a rural village in Haiti, is close to reaching its goal.

Ted Morgan, professor emeritus of Printmaking, dies

 Theodore “Ted” L. Morgan, 64, a member of the faculty at the Alfred University School of Art & Design for 35 years until his retirement in 2014 as a professor emeritus of Printmaking, died Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, at Admiral’s Pointe Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Huron, OH, surrounded by his family.

Dr. Doris Möncke Dr. Doris Möncke to Lecture on Glass Tools, Stone Age to Present

Dr. Doris Möncke will lecture on “Glass Tools, Art and Technology from the Stone Age to the Present” at 5 p.m. Monday, December 12 in Room 206 of McMahon Hall on the Alfred University campus. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Maria Pineiro NASP Awards Scholarship to Graduate Student Maria Pineiro

Maria Pineiro, a graduate student in Alfred University’s School of Psychology, has been awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the National Association of School Psychologists through the NASP’s Minority Scholarship Program.

Whistling Vivaldi, by Claude Steele, is one of two books participants in Relecting on Race will read Sign-ups for 'Reflecting on Race' Reading Groups

Alfred University faculty and staff are in the process of forming  “Reflecting on Race” reading groups for the winter semester. Robert Stein, Associate Professor of Political Science, notes these groups are an initiative of the Alfred University Presidential Committee on Diversity and have enabled faculty and staff members to meet regularly during the past two semesters to discuss reading material in which themes of race figure prominently.

Professor Meghen Jones Japan Foundation Awards Fellowship to Alfred University Professor Meghen Jones

Alfred University Assistant Professor of Art History Meghen Jones was recently awarded a Japanese Studies Fellowship from the Japan Foundation for the spring and summer of 2017.

Alfred University Trustee, Eric Zuckerman, selects MFA graduate as first featured artist in new annual holiday series

Eric Zuckerman '03, is the co-owner and President of Pac Team Group, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of retail environments for various industries, including watches, jewelry, eyewear and luxury brands. When thinking about the annual holiday cards and gifts his company was to send, Eric saw a greater opportunity to connect talented artists with this community of professionals whose industries are so deeply connected with art and design. The company decided to start a series where one artist is selected annually to create a unique piece that reflects their individualistic style and artistic interpretation of “the holidays.” The finished artwork is not only featured globally on the Group’s holiday cards along with information on the artist, but select clients are given a framed, limited edition signed reproduced print as well.

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