Alfred University


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Alfred University,

at Alfred, N.Y.; state and private support; coeducational; opened as a school 1836, chartered 1857 as Alfred Univ. It is especially known for the College of Ceramics, which is among the few institutions in the United States offering a doctoral program in ceramics. The college is administered by Alfred Univ., although it is a division of the State Univ. of New York.
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Governor Cuomo's investment in this Center for Advanced Ceramic Manufacturing is a sign of not just his commitment to providing a first rate education to Alfred University students, but also to creating the highly skilled workforce employers require to compete in the global marketplace.
He is the Director and Chief Curator of the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum as well as professor and the Robert C Turner Chair of Ceramic Art at Alfred University.
Since 2000, the Galanis family, in conjunction with Alfred University, has honored family-owned and operated businesses that meet certain standards and criteria, which include financial stability, innovation, quality of life for employees, record of growth and contributions to the community.
In 1999, Alfred University sampled 2,027 NCAA athletes from 224 schools and concluded that 79 percent experienced hazing.
Founded in 1981, Hi-Tech Ceramics' beginnings can be traced to a research project at Alfred University looking at high temperature reticulated ceramics.
Washington, April 4 (ANI): Scientists at Alfred University, US, have developed a process for making super-strong glass that is nearly unbreakable, even when dropped from 10 feet high onto a concrete floor.
Some years ago I realized I was doing something like that with the Alfred University Honors Program, at first unconsciously, but then on purpose.
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He was graduated from Alfred University in NY, served in the Air Force, and had also been employed with Alcoa Corp.
Emrys Westacott is an associate professor of philosophy at Alfred University in New York.
Sponsors of the meeting include Cisco Academy, the United States Department of Commerce, Alfred University (New York, USA) and a wide range of locally-based higher education institutions.