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Claire ’15 films video to be shown on downstate cable 4/30/15

Patrick Claire ’15, who will graduate in June from the AU Downstate campus with a master’s degree in education-school counseling,  has completed a video promoting the Walton YABC (Young Adult Borough Center) program, where he currently works, which will be shown in the downstate area this spring on CableVision and Verizon Fios on BronxNet.

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News Image Hubs and Spokes with Alfred Blokes 4/30/15

The 2015 Ride to Reunion is a hub and spoke tour! 

The “Hubs and Spokes with Alfred Blokes” tour will kick off  Saturday, June 6 in Auburn, NY.  This year the group will enjoy two-day stays and regional exploring in Auburn, Canandaigua, and Letchworth State Park as it makes its way to Alfred for Reunion Weekend 2015, June 12-15.

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News Image Blanchard ’86 featured in USA Today article 4/30/15

Cheryl Blanchard, CEO of Microchips Biotech, AU Class of 1986, and member of the AU Board of Trustees, was one of three CEOs featured in an USA Today article by Jeanne Blake posted April 20, 2015.

In “How 3 CEOs overcame tough business challenges,” Blake asked the three chief executive officers to discuss their leadership and communications style. She found “Bold leaders listen carefully, are resourceful and communicate constantly.

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Keep your AU family updated! 4/29/15

Your AU friends and classmates like to know what’s going on in your life. You can keep them updated by contributing to the Class Notes in the Alfred Magazine. We will be publishing the next edition in early summer and would like to hear about your family activities, professional moves and achievements, personal accomplishments, and see your entertaining photos!

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News Image Baugh ’53 decanter selected for Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum collection 4/23/15

A Blenko Glass Co. decanter and stopper, whose concept, design, and execution are attributed to Betty Baugh, AU Class of 1953, was selected for a Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum collection this past winter. The Cooper-Hewitt, which was renovated and reopened in December 2014, is the only museum in the nation devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design.

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News Image Perry ’12’s work has place in upcoming Brooklyn art space screening/lecture 4/23/15

A piece by Sondra Perry, AU Class of 2012, will be part of a screening/lecture Tuesday, April 28 at Light Industry, a venue for film and electronic art in Brooklyn.

Sondra’s one-minute clip “My Twilight Zone” will be included along with the work of seven other artists in “Quality Television” a screening and lecture by Martine Syms, an artist/conceptual entrepreneur based in Los Angeles.

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Four alumni to serve on ceramic/glass industry board 4/23/15

The Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation (CGIF) will install its first Board of Trustees during the inaugural Ceramics Expo Trade Show, April 28-30 in Cleveland.

An initiative of The American Ceramic Society, the CGIF’s mission is to ensure that the global ceramic and glass industry is able to attract, inspire, and train the highest quality talent available to work with this unique class of engineered materials.

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Intermittent issues with incoming telephone service 4/17/15

Please be advised that Alfred University is currently experiencing intermittent issues with our telephone service that may cause callers to get messages to the effect of “The number you have reached is no longer in service or has been disconnected” when attempting to call into an AU office telephone.

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Goldenberg ’74 participating in Menlo Park (CA) Fine Arts Festival 4/17/15

Eileen P. Goldenberg, AU Class of 1974, is participating in the three-day Menlo Park (CA) Fine Arts Festival April 17-19. She will have her ceramic salad bowls, salt cellars, cup, vases, artist bowls (with brush), plates, and more available.

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Metzinger ’98’s One World Symphony TV interview to air again 4/16/15

On April 3, CUNY TV aired reporter Paul Lin’s interview and feature on One World Symphony and Composer-Conductor Sung Jin Hong as a part of the station’s Asian American Life program, an in-depth news magazine showcase that addresses topical issues affecting the Asian American communities nationwide and profiles Asian American leaders.

Lin spoke with Hong and Managing Director Adrienne Metzinger, AU Class of 1998, about One World Symphony’s mission, history, Operasodes®, and Hong’s upcoming opera based on Hannibal Lecter.

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