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News Image Look how far we have come! 1/09/15

Alfred University plans to highlight the role that the athletic experience played in women’s lives at AU and beyond. We are looking for stories and photos that illustrate the experience of women athletes at AU throughout the decades. This is a collaborative effort among AU’s Student Affairs, Athletics, Archives, and University Relations divisions. Plans include an online timeline and memory book, and will culminate in celebratory events at Homecoming 2015.

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News Image Alumni couple welcomes New Year baby 1/08/15

It was a happy new year celebration for AU alumni couple Beth (Harris) and Jeff Walkowicz, who welcomed daughter Kate Elizabeth at Mercy Hospital in South Buffalo, NY at 4:16 a.m. Jan. 1, 2015, the first baby born in 2015 in Erie County.

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Smythe ’11 presents solo exhibit in Culver City, CA 1/08/15

Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA presents “A Swollen Light Behind The Eye,” an inaugural solo exhibition in Gallery Two by contemporary ceramicist and sculpture artist, Meghan Smythe. Deriving inspiration from James Arthur Baldwin’s theory of dishonest sentimentality, the artist explores the process of recounted memory – as well as emotion's tendency to obfuscate motive.


Meghan is a member of the AU Class of 2011. Her exhibit runs through Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and by appointment.

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News Image Eade ’98 ‘Born to Grow’ with first book 1/08/15

Pierre Eade, AU Class of 1998, writes that he has published his first book, “Born to Grow,” an exploration of the four pathways of growth God has for our lives. 

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Hollander ’88 president, CEO at Echo Therapeutics 1/08/15

In late December 2014, Echo Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ECTE) of Philadelphia, a medical device company focused on skin permeation, continuous glucose monitoring and associated technologies, appointed Scott W. Hollander, AU Class of 1988, president and chief executive officer (CEO).

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Stevenson ’11 art on display in Gaithersburg exhibition 12/15/14

Art by Michael B. Stevenson Jr., AU Class of 2011, is included in a mixed-media art exhibit being sponsored by the City of Gaithersburg, MD, through Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. The show, featuring pieces by five artists, is at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park, 506 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg.

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News Image Look for Alfred Magazine in holiday mail! 12/11/14

The latest edition of the Alfred Magazine will be arriving in your holiday mail.

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Cody Gittens ’93 presents ‘A Conversation with Valerie Howard’ 12/11/14

LINK presents “A Conversation with Valerie Howard, Author and Publisher” Sunday, Dec. 14 at 5:30 p.m. LINK, everyday dramas in the lives of African Americans, is produced by La-Verne Cody Gittens, AU Class of 1993. 

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News Image Astronomy magazine features scientist Rivera-Valentin ’08 on its front cover 12/11/14

Edgard G. Rivera-Valentin, staff scientist, Arecibo Observatory, National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center, Department of Planetary Studies, Arecibo, Puerto Rico, is featured on the cover of the Arecibo Es magazine. Edgard was a physics/astronomy major.

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News Image Boucher ’92, Sports Hall of Famer, pens ‘Reinventing Yourself’ autobiography 12/10/14

Norma “Annie” L. Boucher, a member of the AU Class of 1992, has just released a personal account – “Reinventing Yourself After 40: Norma’s Victorious Journey” – which chronicles how Jamaican-born Norma progressed from being a young, single mother with no high school diploma to a top-ranked tennis player (a sport she took up at age 38) with a college degree, all in middle age.

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