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THE ALFRED UNIVERSITY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

September 23, 2016

Campus News
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.

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.

‘Chemistry of Cooking’ topic for Sept. 29 Bergren Forum at Alfred University

Greg Lippa, visiting assistant professor of biology, will talk about “The Chemistry of Cooking” during the Bergren Forum scheduled for 12:10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center, on the Alfred University campus.

Emerita professor of ceramic art returns to Alfred University as visiting artist

Anne Currier, emerita professor of ceramic art at Alfred University (AU), returns Thursday, Sept. 29, and Friday, Sept. 30, as a visiting artist. Her visit is sponsored by the Alfred Clay Collective.

‘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.

Parents John and Brenda Monk chat with President Mark Zupan and Athletics Director Paul Vecchio AU vs Buffalo State. Big Event! Big Win!


Nearly 90 people showed up to the AU tailgate on Saturday, September 17 and then moved into Coyer Field to watch the Saxons hand a 34-10 loss to the Buffalo State Bengals. Neither the rain nor the wind could stop our AU Saxons or their devoted fans!

‘A girl in the room:’ Alfred University alumna to talk about women in science fields

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.

See what jobs are open to AU alumni and students!

Check out the positions and other jobs open to current students and alumni through the Career Development Center!

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