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Alfred Today

October 14, 2021

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Walk to End Alzheimer's 10/16, Hosted by AU Women's Basketball

Alfred University Women's Basketball will be hosting a Walk to End Alzheimer's this Saturday October 16th here at AU. Registration is at 11:45am in the tennis courts. Walk starts just after 12:00pm - we will do one campus loop.

All participants are encouraged to donate to the Alzheimer's Association. Link attached, with options to pay cash or check the day of the walk.

Link: Team page of Alfred University Women's Basketball

Submitted by: Michael Moskowitz

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Alfred Ceramic Art Museum presents Path of the Teabowl

September 23 - December 29, 2021

Museum Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm

What is a teabowl? How did it become an iconic ceramic art form? A millennium ago in China, Buddhist monks drank green tea from bowls with brown and black glazes. Later, in Korea and Japan, potters crafted teabowls of increasingly diverse designs, often intentionally asymmetrical. Treasured teabowls, if broken, were repaired with lacquer and gold. Ritual etiquette dictated the ways in which teabowls have been used to prepare and serve tea in East Asia. Today, around the world, people invent personal tea ceremonies. Contemporary artists create teabowls with a range of motivations, from channeling the classics to breaking new ground in forms and processes. Tracing the teabowl's path in Asia and beyond, this exhibition features over one hundred teabowls and related objects from the tenth through the twenty-first century.

Guest curated by Meghen Jones, Associate Professor of Art History, Alfred University

Link: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum Exhibitions

Submitted by: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

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Bob Myers - Bergren Forum "Greenland is Melting"

The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost Office will be meeting on Thursday October 14th at 12:10 thru Zoom. For the time being, all presentations will be on Zoom, between 12:10 and 1:00 each Thursday. We will go back to in-person forums once the university considers tis sufficiently safe. The Zoom link can be obtained by e-mailing Marilyn Saxton at saxtonmj@alfred.edu.

Speaker: Bob Myers
Topic: "Greenland is Melting: Climate Change, Tourism, and Adaptation in the High Arctic"

Greenland is all over the news lately regarding the climate crisis, but there's more to the picture than unprecedented global warming. Bob Myers, Prof. of Anthropology, will discuss the complex issues that confront this huge island inhabited by a few people.

Submitted by: Marilyn Saxton

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Job Opportunity-Student Account Collections Representative

Please see the link below for more information on the open Student Account Collections Representative position.

Link: Student Account Collections Representative

Submitted by: Tamara Green

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2022-23 Tuition Exchange Application Deadline is October 25, 2021

Faculty and Staff - the Tuition Exchange Export Application deadline is October 25, 2021. If your child is planning to begin college (or transfer to another college) next year, 2022-23, you may wish to explore the schools participating in the Tuition Exchange (TE) Program. RENEWAL TE Export applications are also subject to the deadline of October 25, 2021.

Please read the attached TE Information Memo for application procedures and details on the program. Two application forms are required; specifically, the AU TE Export Application and the AU Human Resource (HR) TR/TE form (links and attachments, herewith).

Link: AU HR TR/TE Application 2022-23

Attachment: TE Information Memo for Campus Community

Attachment: AU 2022-23 TE Export Application

Submitted by: Kim Morisseau

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AU Logo Merchandise for Fundraising and Give Aways

As a reminder, Alfred University has a contract with Barnes & Noble Bookstore for AU Logo merchandise. The Bookstore has great relationships with various manufacturers and can provide what you are looking for at competitive prices and with quick delivery. They also work closely with our Marketing and Communications Department to ensure that all merchandise ordered meets our University Branding Guidelines.

The Procurement Office is always here to assist and will gladly work to get the quotes you need for all your logo merchandise needs. Let us help your department or organization navigate the purchasing of these products. You can reach us by phone at 871-2698, or by email at Procurement@alfred.edu

Submitted by: Procurement Services

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Job Opportunity-Administrative Assistant, Dean of Student Wellbeing

Please see the link below for more information on the open Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Student Wellbeing position.

Link: Administrative Assistant, Dean of Student Wellbeing

Submitted by: Tamara Green

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Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF III) for Students

All students should have received an email on Friday 10/8 regarding HEERF III funds for students. Please refer to the University's website for further information.

**HOW TO RECEIVE FUNDS**

-There is no application process, eligible students are currently being finalized and those who qualify will receive a separate email communication by the end of next week.

-There is an authorization form available through 10/22 that you can complete to apply the funds directly to your student account. This can be found at alfred.scholarshipuniverse.com. After logging in, search for "HEERF III" in the upper right-hand corner.

-To make sure you receive your award quickly make sure you've enrolled in Direct Deposit and submitted your Direct Deposit Form by clicking the link below. Direct Deposit forms must be received by Thursday 10/14!

Link: Direct Deposit Authorization & Submission

Submitted by: Amanda Azzi

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Michelle Millar Fisher: Curator Talk

Thursday, October 14 2021 at 4:30 PM EDT to
Thursday, October 14 2021 at 6:00 PM EDT

In Binns-Merrill Room C

MICHELLE MILLAR FISHER is a curator | writer | educator / currently at MFA Boston + formerly at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, MoMA, the Met, and the Guggenheim. Michelle will be talking about her recent curatorial project "Designing Motherhood" amongst other curatorial and research projects.

Link: AU Connect Event

Submitted by: Arts Events

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What Comes After Us

October 15th - October 22nd

What Comes After Us is a photography exhibition curated by Molly Smith in the Robert C. Turner Gallery Catwalk. This exhibition features documentation of urban exploration in Upstate New York and Kansas. Through this documentation, Molly focuses on how nature reclaims these environments once they are abandoned, and what happens to the memories that were left behind.

Opening reception is October 15th from 6pm-8pm.

Link: AU Connect Event

Submitted by: Arts Events

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Passionately Pink for a Cure- FREE TEE

Stop in the AU Bookstore TODAY and Friday to pick up (1)FREE Passionately Pink for a Cure pink tee. Wear your Pink tee to the AU Women's Basketball Chalk the Walk event October 21, 9am-4pm on Academic Alley. Barb from Creative Hair Designs will be offering Pink hair extensions for $12.00 on Oct. 21. Also visit with members of Chi Sigma Alpha (Student Affairs Honor Society) who will be on site! OCTOBER is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

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ADDITIONAL 25% OFF clearance prices @ AU Bookstore

Check out the additional 25% OFF sale at the AU Bookstore. Clothing (LOTS of children's clothing), emblematic, school supplies, and more!
(Great items for stocking stuffers!)

Link: http://alfred.bncollege.com

Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

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