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01/05/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Utica College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 AM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Utica College

01/05/2016
Women’s Basketball Home vs. Utica College
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Women’s Basketball Home vs. Utica College

01/08/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Nazareth College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Nazareth College

01/08/2016
Women’s Basketball Home vs. Nazareth College
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Women’s Basketball Home vs. Nazareth College

01/09/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Ithaca College
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Ithaca College

01/12/2016
Men’s Basketball at St. John Fisher College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball away at St. John Fisher College

01/13/2016
Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Home
- (12:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Home vs. Lemoyne College

01/15/2016
Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving Home
- (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving Home vs. Utica College

01/15/2016
Men’s Basketball at Hartwick College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball away at Hartwick College

01/16/2016
Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Hartwick
- (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Hartwick

01/16/2016
Men’s Basketball at Stevens
- (3:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Men’s Basketball away at Stevens

01/18/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

01/19/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

01/20/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

01/20/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

01/20/2016
Dream Gallery & Make Your Own Candy Bar
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) AU student volunteers needed to host this art show of our local 3rd and 4th grade "dream" art. E-mail D2D@alfred.edu to help.

01/21/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

01/21/2016
Stu Kestenbaum Public Lecture
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Visiting writer Stu Kestenbaum has published several collections of poetry including: "Pilgrimage" (Coyote Love Press), "House of Thanksgiving" (Deerbrook Editions), "Prayers and Run-on Sentences" (Deerbrook Editions), and "Only Now" (Deerbrook Editions).

Kestenbaum teaches writing workshops for visual artists. During this visit to Alfred, he will be working with students and present a public lecture about the writing process, making, creativity, and his own work.

01/21/2016
Men’s Basketball at Elmira College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball away at Elmira College

01/22/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Traditional Style)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) This Friday Hillel will be hosting a traditional Chicken dinner with some veggies and what not. As always it should be spectacular!

If you have not yet attended one of our dinners the beginning of the semester is a great time to come out and meet some nice people and cool folks!

Please rsvp SOON to Hillel@alfred.edu if you plan to attend, If you have any questions PLEASE let us know!

01/22/2016
Recreation: Arrow Ball
- (8:30 PM - 11:00 PM) The latest novelty event features Nerf-like tips on arrow and combat barriers in the arena.

01/23/2016
Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Ithaca
- (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving at Ithaca

01/23/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Houghton College
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Houghton College

01/23/2016
Comedian Marc Lamotte
- (10:00 PM - 11:30 PM) Armed with a unique charm and generally ridiculous outlook on life, Marc’s comedy career is catching people’s attention. Most recently, he was named to the Hot Comedy list in Campus Activities Magazine. He’s performed at the San Luis Obispo County Festival and been seen on the Cartoon Network.

01/24/2016
Auditions! ’Arcadia’ by Tom Stoppard
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Auditions for Alfred University’s Spring (April 6-9) production of Tom Stoppard’s award-winning play "Arcadia" will be held Jan. 24-26, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, 6 P.M. nightly. Callbacks on Wednesday.

Location: C. D. Smith Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center. Please be punctual!

ALL interested students, regardless of major or year in college, are invited, strongly encouraged to participate!

"Arcadia", winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, is considered by many to be the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language (Stoppard). In 2006, the Royal Institution of Great Britain named it one of the best science-related works ever written.

For the auditions, please select and prepare (not memorize!) 1 of the attached monologues. Scripts available for review in Miller, Room 010.

For further information, contact S. Crosby (fcrosby@alfred.edu).

01/24/2016
Sunday Evening Mass Resumes
- (6:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Sunday 6:30 p.m. Masses have resumed! Join us in St. Jude Chapel. Snacks provided after Mass.

All are welcome!

01/25/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

01/25/2016
Auditions! ’Arcadia’ by Tom Stoppard
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Auditions for Alfred University’s Spring (April 6-9) production of Tom Stoppard’s award-winning play "Arcadia" will be held Jan. 24-26, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, 6 P.M. nightly. Callbacks on Wednesday.

Location: C. D. Smith Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center. Please be punctual!

ALL interested students, regardless of major or year in college, are invited, strongly encouraged to participate!

"Arcadia", winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, is considered by many to be the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language (Stoppard). In 2006, the Royal Institution of Great Britain named it one of the best science-related works ever written.

For the auditions, please select and prepare (not memorize!) 1 of the attached monologues. Scripts available for review in Miller, Room 010.

For further information, contact S. Crosby (fcrosby@alfred.edu).

01/26/2016
Lecture by Esteemed British Ceramist Julian Stair
- (5:00 PM - 6:30 PM) The Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee of the School of Art and Design is pleased to announce that Julian Stair will deliver the lecture "The Radical Domestic: Multivalence and the Vessel" at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016, in Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall.

Stair is an internationally acclaimed artist and authority on the English studio pottery movement. The event is free and open to the public.

01/26/2016
Auditions! ’Arcadia’ by Tom Stoppard
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Auditions for Alfred University’s Spring (April 6-9) production of Tom Stoppard’s award-winning play "Arcadia" will be held Jan. 24-26, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, 6 P.M. nightly. Callbacks on Wednesday.

Location: C. D. Smith Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center. Please be punctual!

ALL interested students, regardless of major or year in college, are invited, strongly encouraged to participate!

"Arcadia", winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, is considered by many to be the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language (Stoppard). In 2006, the Royal Institution of Great Britain named it one of the best science-related works ever written.

For the auditions, please select and prepare (not memorize!) 1 of the attached monologues. Scripts available for review in Miller, Room 010.

For further information, contact S. Crosby (fcrosby@alfred.edu).

01/26/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

01/26/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

01/26/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

01/27/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

01/27/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

01/27/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. St. John Fisher College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. St. John Fisher College

01/28/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

01/29/2016
Campus Presentation - Feb. 1, 2016
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) Mary McLean-Scanlon, candidate for the position of director, Institutional Research & Effectiveness, will present to the campus followed by a Question-and-Answer session. The presentation will take place Monday, Feb. 1 at 12:10 p.m. in the Kenyon/Allen Rooms of the Powell Campus Center.

01/29/2016
’Places: The Wednesday Group’
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Sarah Britten-Jones, Elizabeth Emery, Dallas Kavanagh , Terese Longva, Minako Shirakura, Angela Waseskuk

Jan. 29 - Feb. 19
Open Tuesday- Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday noon-4 p.m.

Opening Reception Friday, Jan. 29, 6-8 p.m.
Cohen Gallery 55 Main St., Alfred
Cost to Attend Event: Free

Sponsored by Committee or Division: SOAD

The Wednesday Group is a global collective that formed over many cups of tea and conversations regarding concept and materiality. The Wednesday Group was founded in 2006 while the group was studying art at Alfred University.

It was by finding commonalities through diverse life experiences where the benefits of creating an artists’ collective became apparent. Although The Wednesday Group physically dispersed as members graduated and moved away, its members are still connected, a few continue to collaborate, but all are still committed to the vision.

The Wednesday Groupists are artists educators, social engagers; believing in the artist’s responsibility as a global citizen to add to the cultural conversation through the work that they make. Art is a powerful communicator.

01/29/2016
Kwanzaa Dinner
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Umoja invites the campus community to join in a celebration of African heritage and culture in the United States by hosting a Kwanzaa celebration to share more about the holiday and its history. Email umoja@alfred.edu to RSVP or for more information.

01/29/2016
Shabbat dinner (Breakfast for Dinner)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will be hosting a Breakfast for Dinner Shabbat dinner. We discovered a way to put cheese in pancakes... Need I say more? Tell a friend, bring a friend, be our friend!

If you plan to attend please RSVP ASAP to Hillel@alfred.edu, and let me know if you have any further questions!

01/30/2016
Volunteer at Wellsville Soup Kitchen
- (9:45 AM - 1:30 PM) Cook and serve lunch to the local hungry. Please send us an email to sign up by Wednesday, Jan. 27.

Depart from St. Jude at 9:45 a.m. on Jan. 30
Rides provided! Pickup from the ICU suite (lowest entrance to Powell, first door on the right) available upon request.

01/30/2016
TRIP: WILD about Skiing
- (2:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Come try out skiing or show off to all your friends. Cost is $30 for a pass, $50 for a pass and rental skis, $55 for pass and rental snowboard. Bus will leave Holiday Valley at 10 p.m. to head back to Alfred.

01/30/2016
Men’s Basketball at Utica College
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball at Utica College

01/30/2016
Herrick to Host Team Trivia Night!
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Herrick is hosting a Lord of the Rings-themed Team Trivia Night! Milk and cookies for everyone - prizes for the top two teams! All are welcome!

01/30/2016
Gender Bender Dance
- (9:00 PM - 1:00 AM) Come celebrate gender by dressing up as one not your own. SAGE’s Gender-Bender dance hopes to bring awareness to all types of gender identity.

01/31/2016
Pizza Party
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Hillel will be hosting a PIZZA PARTY! If you have topping requests please let us know! There will be games and stuff too... Bring a friend!

01/31/2016
Sunday Evening Mass Resumes
- (6:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Sunday 6:30 p.m. Masses have resumed! Join us in St. Jude Chapel. Snacks provided after Mass.

All are welcome!

02/01/2016
Campus Presentation - Feb. 1, 2016
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) Mary McLean-Scanlon, candidate for the position of director, Institutional Research & Effectiveness, will present to the campus followed by a Question-and-Answer session. The presentation will take place Monday, Feb. 1 at 12:10 p.m. in the Kenyon/Allen Rooms of the Powell Campus Center.

02/01/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/01/2016
Discussion Group on ’Rediscover Jesus’
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent next week, what better time is there to rediscover Jesus - who he was, and the impact he can have in our lives.

Based off the book, "Rediscover Jesus," by Matthew Kelly. Free book included for participants!

No reading is required!

This discussion group is not "part of a series." Come to as many sessions as you like without feeling like you missed anything!

7 p.m.
St. Jude Lounge
Hot Drinks Provided

02/02/2016
Gallery Talk with Curtis Mann, Lydia McCarthy, Scott Alario
- (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM) Sponsored by Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

There will be a Gallery Talk with exhibiting artist Curtis Mann along with Lydia McCarthy and Scott Alario in conjunction with "Matter + Materia"l photography exhibition at the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery on Feb. 2 at noon. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

02/02/2016
ANT: Alfred’s Newest Talent Leadership Dinners
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Calling all new students! Consider being an official ANT (Alfred’s Newest Talent) by attending four consecutive dinners (2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23). Professionals will provide leadership information in a fun and interactive way and it is a great chance to meet other future leaders of Alfred. Contact csi@alfred.edu to register or for more information.

02/02/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

02/02/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

02/02/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

02/02/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

02/03/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/03/2016
Open Master Dance Class - Contemporary Dance
- (1:00 PM - 2:15 PM) Come take a physically dynamic contemporary dance class taught by guest artist Bridget L. Moore. Moore is currently a Visiting Professor at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul Korea.

In 2012 Moore received a Choreography Fellowship award from the Princess Grace Foundation. She was commissioned to create a new work and nominated for the coveted award by Ann Williams, Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Founder. Moore also received a 2012 Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowship and was featured in the July 2012 Dance Teacher Magazine.

More information can be found on the attached document.

02/03/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/03/2016
Curtis Mann Lecture
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Wednesday, Feb. 3
Sponsored: Drawing, Painting and Photography

Curtis Mann’s photographs contain fragments of scenes that are partially erased and obscured. Mann’s process draws attention to the artifice of the photographic medium by demonstrating the malleability of images. He begins by culling images of strife and conflict in various international locations from photosharing websites such as Flickr and then has prints made. Once he has the
prints in hand he covers portions of the photographs with a protective varnish and pours bleach over each one, stripping away areas not coated with varnish. Through the physical destruction and manipulation of these images, Mann questions the medium’s reliability as a documentary tool, troubling the ability of a photograph to convey truth. (from The Whitney Biennial 2010)

Curtis Mann lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and Providence, RI. Select recent solo exhibitions include Openings, Almine Rech, Paris; Modifications, South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; Medium and Materiality, Monica de Cardenas, Milan,
Italy; Medium and Materiality, LUCE Gallery, Torino, Italy; making oneself, making oneself, Kavi Gupta BERLIN; After the Gold Rush: Contemporary Photographs from the Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

Mann has also been included in a number of group museum exhibitions including Fruits of Passion: Project of Contemporary Art, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 12x12: New Artists/New Work(2009) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and the 2010 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

02/04/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/04/2016
Re-Take Graduation Portraits
- (11:00 AM - 7:00 PM) Photo Shoots for students on Fall Co-Op or who just hate their first ones. Details coming.

02/04/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Longest Ride of My Life’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will be meeting at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, Feb. 4 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Ian Cramer
Topic: "The Longest Ride of my Life: My Experience with the Race Across America"

AU alum (2010) and current athletics trainer Ian Cramer will talk about what it’s like to take part in the world’s toughest endurance bike race.

02/04/2016
Black History Month Film Series
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) 2/4 - "School Daze"
2/11 - "Tuskegee Airmen"
2/18 - "For Colored Girls"
2/25 - "Dreamgirls"

02/05/2016
Chemistry Research Talk Given By Dr. Doug Genna
- (12:20 PM - 1:20 PM) "Metal Organic Frameworks: A Retrosynthetic Approach"
Dr. Doug Genna will be giving a Research Chemistry Talk in Myers 228 Friday, Feb. 5, 12:20-1:20 p.m.
Join Us! Bring a Friend!

02/05/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Hartwick College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Hartwick College

02/05/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Chili and Stuff)
- (6:30 PM - 8:35 PM) Hillel will yet again be hosting Shabbat diner. One of our members, Mike, will be making his famous chili. It was great last time so our expectations are high!

If you have been thinking about coming and have still been too scared to RSVP now is a great time to do it! We understand how scary emailing the Hillel email address is so we are offering an alternative; just email me (noah) at NH4@alfred.edu, or Hillel@alfred.edu.

You can also stop by the house and rsvp in person; I promise we don’t bite. You can also feel free to track me down; if you find me I’ll pay for the coffee and we can schmooze about your aspirations for the future! I shouldn’t be too hard to find... I’m around.

In conclusion, Dinner will be great. Be brave and meet some more jews, and PLEASE RSVP IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND.

Did I mention it’s free?

It’s free.

02/05/2016
Casino Night
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) AU Student Activities Board (SAB)shuffles up the winter blues by dealing some popular card games. Rather than win cash students will win bags of groceries.

02/06/2016
Senior Retreat: What’s Next?
- (10:00 AM - 8:00 PM) Newman Club invites members of the senior class to join us for a Senior Retreat with the theme of "What’s Next?"

On Feb. 6, spend some time away at beautiful Blarney Cabin and Farm. There will be periods for reflection and also free time to enjoy the log cabin and visit the alpaca and goats.

Contact Chris or Kate by Tuesday, Feb. 2 if you would like to attend.

Rides are provided, though volunteers to help with driving are appreciated!

02/06/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Stevens
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Stevens

02/06/2016
Rep Yuh Flag Party!
- (9:00 PM - 1:00 AM) A dance party and cultural pride bonanza, as participants are asked to dress to express their proud heritage. Contact CSA@alfred.edu with any questions.

02/07/2016
Super Bowl Party
- (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM) The Newman Club invites everyone to join us for our annual Super Bowl party!

Watch the Panthers and the Broncos duke it out in Super Bowl 50, plus analyze the commercials and enjoy the half time show, all on our 42" flat screen TV.

Free pizza and homemade wings, curly fries, and appetizers provided.

02/08/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/08/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/08/2016
Discussion Group on ’Rediscover Jesus’
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent next week, what better time is there to rediscover Jesus - who he was, and the impact he can have in our lives.

Based off the book, "Rediscover Jesus," by Matthew Kelly. Free book included for participants!

No reading is required!

This discussion group is not "part of a series." Come to as many sessions as you like without feeling like you missed anything!

7 p.m.
St. Jude Lounge
Hot Drinks Provided

02/09/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/09/2016
ANT: Alfred’s Newest Talent Leadership Dinners
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Calling all new students! Consider being an official ANT (Alfred’s Newest Talent) by attending four consecutive dinners (2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23). Professionals will provide leadership information in a fun and interactive way and it is a great chance to meet other future leaders of Alfred. Contact csi@alfred.edu to register or for more information.

02/09/2016
Alzheimer’s Glass and Iron Presentation
- (6:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Join Alfred University Alumnae Rosemary Oakman and Maria Bentley for a discussion on their work with Alzheimer’s Glass and Iron.

Alzheimer’s Glass and Iron is a cross generational community arts project. Our focus is to use art to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and act compassionately to those touched by it.

Certified in the Alzheimer’s Association "Memories in the Making" class, we facilitate painting workshops with the elderly during lengthy and personal visits to care homes. Those paintings are interpreted by glass and metal artists who create a unique piece of art in response or homage.

In addition to our work with those afflicted with Alzheimer’s and those that love them, we host workshops and events that elevate community, art and awareness.

02/09/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

02/09/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

02/09/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

02/09/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

02/10/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/10/2016
Ash Wednesday
- (All Day) The Newman Club invites you to observe Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent this week, Feb. 10.

Multiple opportunities to fit every schedule:
- Ash distribution prayer service at noon, in St. Jude Chapel
- Ash Wednesday Mass at 5 p.m. in St. Jude Chapel
- Ashes will be available throughout the day. Come to the Newman Club offices below St. Jude Chapel.

02/10/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/10/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/10/2016
Kanakadea Review Informational Meeting
- (5:30 PM - 6:30 PM) A public informational meeting will be held for Kanakadea Review on Wednesday the 10th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Seminar Room of Herrick Library.

The Kanakadea Review is the University’s annual historical journal. Those who are interested in submitting or being an editor can come to this meeting to gain information and find ways to get involved.

02/11/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/11/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/11/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Yoga in Action’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will be meeting at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, Feb. 11 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Cecilia Beach
Topic: "Yoga in Action: Himalayan Institute Cameroon

Cecilia Beach, Professor of French, will present an overview of the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian projects in Cameroon and more specifically the Alfred-to-Kumbo book drive and fundraiser. (The Himalayan Institute is a yoga and meditation center with strong focus on global humanitarian efforts.)

02/11/2016
Black History Month Film Series
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) 2/4 - "School Daze"
2/11 - "Tuskegee Airmen"
2/18 - "For Colored Girls"
2/25 - "Dreamgirls"

02/11/2016
Sexual Communication Talk
- (6:00 PM - 7:00 PM) Having authentically intimate and connected sexual experiences is hard to do in a culture that promotes fractured interpersonal contact and poor communication. Come talk with Lily Wolf, counselor at AU’s Wellness Center, about how to design optimal sexual experiences through:

• Knowing what you want and need sexually
• Creating an environment conducive to sexual connection
• Being open to new experiences while ensuring personal safety
• Learning to communicate your sexual needs and desires clearly and confidently to a partner

02/11/2016
The Virtual Talk: ’Places: The Wednesday Group’
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sarah Britten-Jones, Elizabeth Emery, Dallas Kavanagh , Terese Longva, Minako Shirakura, Angela Waseskuk

Thursday, Feb. 11, 7 p.m.
Cohen Gallery, 55 Main St.

Cost to Attend Event: Free

Sponsored by Committee or Division: SOAD, Career Development Center

Join 4 members of the Wednesday Group in the Cohen Gallery from their various places around the world to talk about careers and the exhibition in the Gallery. The video conference is a great opportunity for current students to engage with those that received degrees from Alfred and talk about life after Alfred.

The Wednesday Group is a global collective that formed over many cups of tea and conversations regarding concept and materiality. The Wednesday Group was founded in 2006 while the group was studying art at Alfred University. It was by finding commonalities through diverse life experiences where the benefits of creating an artists’ collective became apparent.

Although The Wednesday Group physically dispersed as members graduated and moved away, its members are still connected, a few continue to collaborate, but all are still committed to the vision.

The Wednesday Groupists are artists educators, social engagers; believing in the artist’s responsibility as a global citizen to add to the cultural conversation through the work that they make. Art is a powerful communicator.

02/11/2016
The Devil’s Triangle - Play
- (7:30 PM - 9:30 PM) A family survives a ship wreck and washes up on an island in the Bermuda Triangle. With their father missing, the family must face the darkness of the island and two mysterious inhabitants. This is a play about fear, mystery, and supernatural presence, which then lead to a thrilling, climactic, and twisted end. (Please note: Viewer discretion is advised as "The Devil’s Triangle" contains mature content.)

02/12/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/12/2016
Saxon Historians Informational Meeting
- (4:00 PM - 5:00 PM) The Saxon Historians will be holding a public informational meeting Friday the 12th at 4 p.m. in the seminar room of Herrick Library.

The Saxon Historians is the University’s historical club. This meeting is for the purpose of providing potentially interested people information about the club and its activities, and to help foster useful connections for the celebration and promotion of history. Any interested student or member of the University is welcome to attend.

02/12/2016
Let’s Talk About Sex
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Come join SAGE and Planned Parenthood for an informational session about anything and everything you’ve wanted to know about sex.

02/12/2016
Alfred Ice Rink Official Opening
- (5:00 PM - 6:00 PM) Come join the Alfred community for the official opening of the ice rink located at the Pine Hill Playground (by the Stull Observatory). Skates are limited, so first come first serve.
If you miss the event, regular hours of operation start the next day 8:00-5:00. Check it out on facebook.com/alfredicerink

02/12/2016
Men’s Basketball at Nazareth College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball at Nazareth College

02/12/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Something Fishy)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will be hosting a slightly fishier Shabbat dinner. What does that entail? You might ask. Well we will be serving 100% more salmon than last week!

We are so excited about this great news that we decided to share it with all of you, the Alfred Today readers. As a reader you have the exclusive opportunity to RSVP to HILLEL@ALFRED.EDU If you would like to attend!

Don"t tell anyone though, we kind of want to keep this a secret from those silly "non-Alfred today readers"

Just kidding, they can come too... But they should really start reading the Alfred Today. It is really cool (especially with all these super funny Hillel announcements).

Sorry for rambling.

Come to dinner.

Hillel is COOL!

02/12/2016
SGC or Bust Live Auction
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Feb. 12 live auction; Feb. 8-13 silent auction,

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7 p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb. 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/12/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/12/2016
The Devil’s Triangle - Play
- (7:30 PM - 9:30 PM) A family survives a ship wreck and washes up on an island in the Bermuda Triangle. With their father missing, the family must face the darkness of the island and two mysterious inhabitants. This is a play about fear, mystery, and supernatural presence, which then lead to a thrilling, climactic, and twisted end. (Please note: Viewer discretion is advised as "The Devil’s Triangle" contains mature content.)

02/12/2016
Sex on Stage
- (9:30 PM - 10:30 PM) The Alfredian Dramatists present our annual Valentines’ Day event, Sex on Stage! The Dramatists present their various artistic interpretations of this theme.

02/13/2016
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- (All Day) Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club: sgcorbust@gmail.com; print@alfred.edu
Tivi Abosh: TA6@alfred.edu
Zach Shaw: ZRS2@alfred.edu
Nick Gelo: NCG2@alfred.edu
Ryan Bane: ROB1@alfred.edu

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!

02/13/2016
Men’s Basketball at Ithaca College
- (2:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball at Ithaca College

02/13/2016
WILD About Snowshoeing
- (1:00 PM - 6:00 PM) Start at Powell Campus Center 1st floor and come out to enjoy the outdoors with the WILD Committee. Pre-registration is required at the link below. There will be some snowshoes available to borrow.

02/13/2016
‘Pour Your Heart Out’ Annual Community Valentines
- (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Date:Saturday, Feb. 13

Time of Event: 1-5 p.m.

Location: National Casting Center, Foundry

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by: Sculpture Dimensional Studies Division

The National Casting Center Foundry invites you to "Make Art For a Cause." All proceeds will go equally to benefit the Eaklor Medical Expenses Fund and The Foundry Guild Student Club.

There will be live hot metal pouring and several workshops for community members to participate in to create cast aluminum sculpture; such as cuttlebone casting and relief tile carving into sand molds. No experience needed but please do wear a long-sleeved cotton work shirt!

The event is free but there is a small donation cost to make your keepsake.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:

Scratch Block Molds will be available for the Public to carve their own relief Sculpture $10-$12

Cuttlebone carving and casting to create miniature sculptures $5

Personalized Forged Steel Hearts $7

Guild Cheese sandwiches cooked on a giant Comal.
Buy Cool T-shirts for a cause and much much more!

If you wish to pick up your sand mold or Cuttlebone to carve beforehand please contact the Foundry Guild President at her email below.

For further information please contact Foundry Guild President Ruby Wisniewski, RMW3@alfred.edu
Sculpture Professor Coral Lambert @ lambertc@alfred.edu or Foundry Tech Paige Henry @ henryp@alfred.edu

02/13/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/13/2016
The Devil’s Triangle - Play
- (7:30 PM - 9:30 PM) A family survives a ship wreck and washes up on an island in the Bermuda Triangle. With their father missing, the family must face the darkness of the island and two mysterious inhabitants. This is a play about fear, mystery, and supernatural presence, which then lead to a thrilling, climactic, and twisted end. (Please note: Viewer discretion is advised as "The Devil’s Triangle" contains mature content.)

02/13/2016
Date Auction
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) This event tries to put a respectful twist on a popular event connecting people for a casual date to the Valentine’s dance afterward. All funds to benefit a worthy charity.

02/13/2016
St. Valentine’s Dance
- (10:00 PM - 1:00 AM) All are welcome regardless of relationship status at this annual affair. Details on tickets coming, all proceeds go to charity.

02/14/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/15/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/15/2016
Discussion Group on ’Rediscover Jesus’
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent next week, what better time is there to rediscover Jesus - who he was, and the impact he can have in our lives.

Based off the book, "Rediscover Jesus," by Matthew Kelly. Free book included for participants!

No reading is required!

This discussion group is not "part of a series." Come to as many sessions as you like without feeling like you missed anything!

7 p.m.
St. Jude Lounge
Hot Drinks Provided

02/16/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Jeremy Wiles-Young
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jeremy Wiles-Young is a recent graduate of CUNY: Brooklyn College and recently participated in the group show "Chain Reaction" at the SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn.

Jeremy’s work follows his interest in technology, from digital to basic building materials, and how these can be (re)purposed to create social meaning with a focus on economic and political theory, future theory, open source software, and alternative modes of production.

During his residency Jeremy intends to focus on sound experiments. Inspired by percussion-focused music (i.e. Afro-Cuban), this project will utilize the tools available to create experimental time signatures and sequencing pieces.

More information and Jeremy’s work can be found on his website: http://www.jeremywy.com/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

02/16/2016
Ask the Dietician!
- (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Michelle Apple, AVI Fresh Dietician, will be available at Ade Hall from 5:30-7:30 P.M. Tuesday, Feb. 16 to answer your questions about living a healthy lifestyle, eating right, and the latest wellness information.

02/16/2016
ANT: Alfred’s Newest Talent Leadership Dinners
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Calling all new students! Consider being an official ANT (Alfred’s Newest Talent) by attending four consecutive dinners (2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23). Professionals will provide leadership information in a fun and interactive way and it is a great chance to meet other future leaders of Alfred. Contact csi@alfred.edu to register or for more information.

02/16/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/16/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

02/16/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

02/16/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

02/16/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

02/17/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Jeremy Wiles-Young
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jeremy Wiles-Young is a recent graduate of CUNY: Brooklyn College and recently participated in the group show "Chain Reaction" at the SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn.

Jeremy’s work follows his interest in technology, from digital to basic building materials, and how these can be (re)purposed to create social meaning with a focus on economic and political theory, future theory, open source software, and alternative modes of production.

During his residency Jeremy intends to focus on sound experiments. Inspired by percussion-focused music (i.e. Afro-Cuban), this project will utilize the tools available to create experimental time signatures and sequencing pieces.

More information and Jeremy’s work can be found on his website: http://www.jeremywy.com/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

02/17/2016
Oxfam Hunger Banquet Postponed
- (All Day) Please stay tuned for an updated event, and we apologize for any confusion.

02/17/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/17/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/17/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/18/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Jeremy Wiles-Young
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jeremy Wiles-Young is a recent graduate of CUNY: Brooklyn College and recently participated in the group show "Chain Reaction" at the SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn.

Jeremy’s work follows his interest in technology, from digital to basic building materials, and how these can be (re)purposed to create social meaning with a focus on economic and political theory, future theory, open source software, and alternative modes of production.

During his residency Jeremy intends to focus on sound experiments. Inspired by percussion-focused music (i.e. Afro-Cuban), this project will utilize the tools available to create experimental time signatures and sequencing pieces.

More information and Jeremy’s work can be found on his website: http://www.jeremywy.com/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

02/18/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/18/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Understanding Chemistry Through Cars’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will meet at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, Feb. 18 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Geoff and Ruth Bowers
Topic: "Understanding Chemistry through Cars-
The Chemistry of Winter Driving"

The authors of "Understanding Chemistry through Cars (CRC Press, 2014) will explain and demonstrate the chemistry that keeps us safe while driving in winter.

02/18/2016
Black History Month Film Series
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) 2/4 - "School Daze"
2/11 - "Tuskegee Airmen"
2/18 - "For Colored Girls"
2/25 - "Dreamgirls"

02/18/2016
Men’s Basketball at Houghton College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball at Houghton College

02/18/2016
Men’s Basketball at Houghton College
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Men’s Basketball at Houghton College

02/18/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/18/2016
AU Dance Theater - An Evening of Dance
- (8:00 PM - 9:15 PM) An evening of six dances created by Kira Oglesby, Danielle Heyder, Julia Duncan, Corrine Chase, Emily Schmeichel, Indira Warner, and Marlin Miller Guest Artist Bridget Moore.

The adjudicated dances will be performed by students representing all of the Colleges at Alfred University. To reserve your ticket please email performs@alfred.edu. $2 AU students, $5 general admission.

02/19/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Jeremy Wiles-Young
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jeremy Wiles-Young is a recent graduate of CUNY: Brooklyn College and recently participated in the group show "Chain Reaction" at the SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn.

Jeremy’s work follows his interest in technology, from digital to basic building materials, and how these can be (re)purposed to create social meaning with a focus on economic and political theory, future theory, open source software, and alternative modes of production.

During his residency Jeremy intends to focus on sound experiments. Inspired by percussion-focused music (i.e. Afro-Cuban), this project will utilize the tools available to create experimental time signatures and sequencing pieces.

More information and Jeremy’s work can be found on his website: http://www.jeremywy.com/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

02/19/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Noodles n’ Such)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will be hosting Shabbat dinner yet again! We will be serving some sort of noodles and such with sauces or something. One way to find out... It cant hurt to give it a try. Please RSVP if you plan to attend!

Noah

02/19/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/19/2016
’Through Many Hands’
- (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Sponsored by: Brianna Shimer, Victoria Ryan &
Alfred Clay Collective

"Through Many Hands" is a collaboration of functional ceramic ware generated through sharing the process of handmade pottery. Fourteen artists have come together in a social practice of questioning the necessary components of functional wheel thrown objects, to create a diverse collection of ceramics.

02/19/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/19/2016
AU Dance Theater - An Evening of Dance
- (8:00 PM - 9:15 PM) An evening of six dances created by Kira Oglesby, Danielle Heyder, Julia Duncan, Corrine Chase, Emily Schmeichel, Indira Warner, and Marlin Miller Guest Artist Bridget Moore.

The adjudicated dances will be performed by students representing all of the Colleges at Alfred University. To reserve your ticket please email performs@alfred.edu. $2 AU students, $5 general admission.

02/19/2016
Comedian Mal Hall
- (10:00 PM - 11:30 PM) Mal’s conversational style, keen observations, and cool delivery have proven to be greatly appreciated and well received by his audiences, both young and old. A finalist of NBC’s Standup for Diversity Showcase in 2009, Mal was a popular member of the nationwide college tour.

02/20/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Jeremy Wiles-Young
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jeremy Wiles-Young is a recent graduate of CUNY: Brooklyn College and recently participated in the group show "Chain Reaction" at the SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn.

Jeremy’s work follows his interest in technology, from digital to basic building materials, and how these can be (re)purposed to create social meaning with a focus on economic and political theory, future theory, open source software, and alternative modes of production.

During his residency Jeremy intends to focus on sound experiments. Inspired by percussion-focused music (i.e. Afro-Cuban), this project will utilize the tools available to create experimental time signatures and sequencing pieces.

More information and Jeremy’s work can be found on his website: http://www.jeremywy.com/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

02/20/2016
Day Trip to Corning Museum of Glass
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) The Corning Museum of Glass is truly an awesome experience! Departing from the St. Jude Lounge on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Sign up by Feb. 18 if you would like to go!
Cost for a ticket: $9

Learn more about the Corning Museum at www.cmog.org

02/20/2016
Men’s Basketball Home vs. Elmira College
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Men’s Basketball Home vs. Elmira College

02/20/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/20/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/20/2016
AU Dance Theater - An Evening of Dance
- (8:00 PM - 9:15 PM) An evening of six dances created by Kira Oglesby, Danielle Heyder, Julia Duncan, Corrine Chase, Emily Schmeichel, Indira Warner, and Marlin Miller Guest Artist Bridget Moore.

The adjudicated dances will be performed by students representing all of the Colleges at Alfred University. To reserve your ticket please email performs@alfred.edu. $2 AU students, $5 general admission.

02/21/2016
Trip: Buffalo Sabres
- (9:30 AM - 3:00 PM) Details are still in the making. Bus departs at 9:30 A.M., Game at 12:30 .PM.

02/21/2016
Bagel Brunch
- (11:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Hillel will be hosting a BAGEL BRUNCH on Sunday from 11-1. Be there or be square!

02/21/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/22/2016
Class Ring Sales Rescheduled
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Order Your Official Alfred University Ring!

A Balfour Representative will be on campus to take ring orders:

Monday, Feb. 22: Noon - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 23: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Where: Powell Campus Center Lobby

This is a unique and memorable time in your life - one you will always look back on and remember all of the people, places, and successes that have contributed to what your future will become. Your Alfred ring will represent your most unforgettable years and the fine institution where it all happened.

Don’t forget - every ring comes with:

A Lifetime Warranty
An Interest-free Credit Card Payment Plan
A Ring Loss Protection Plan

02/22/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/22/2016
Discussion Group on ’Rediscover Jesus’
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent next week, what better time is there to rediscover Jesus - who he was, and the impact he can have in our lives.

Based off the book, "Rediscover Jesus," by Matthew Kelly. Free book included for participants!

No reading is required!

This discussion group is not "part of a series." Come to as many sessions as you like without feeling like you missed anything!

7 p.m.
St. Jude Lounge
Hot Drinks Provided

02/22/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/22/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/23/2016
Class Ring Sales Rescheduled
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Order Your Official Alfred University Ring!

A Balfour Representative will be on campus to take ring orders:

Monday, Feb. 22: Noon - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 23: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Where: Powell Campus Center Lobby

This is a unique and memorable time in your life - one you will always look back on and remember all of the people, places, and successes that have contributed to what your future will become. Your Alfred ring will represent your most unforgettable years and the fine institution where it all happened.

Don’t forget - every ring comes with:

A Lifetime Warranty
An Interest-free Credit Card Payment Plan
A Ring Loss Protection Plan

02/23/2016
Open Meeting on University’s Financial Outlook
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) You are invited to attend an open meeting with Giovina Lloyd, vice president for business and finance, who will address the University’s financial forecast.

Please plan to attend this informative presentation.

02/23/2016
ANT: Alfred’s Newest Talent Leadership Dinners
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Calling all new students! Consider being an official ANT (Alfred’s Newest Talent) by attending four consecutive dinners (2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23). Professionals will provide leadership information in a fun and interactive way and it is a great chance to meet other future leaders of Alfred. Contact csi@alfred.edu to register or for more information.

02/23/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/23/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/23/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

02/23/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

02/23/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

02/23/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

02/24/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/24/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/24/2016
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to: alfredtoaster.wix.com/alfredtoast

02/24/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/25/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

02/25/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Still Teaching After All These Years’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will meet at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speakers: Dave Terry, Corrie Burdick, Anna Jacobson, & Kelly Williams

Topic: "Still teaching after all these years"

Faculty from AU Division of Education will discuss the challenges and rewards of nurturing resilient and optimistic future teachers in an era of standards-based reform.

02/25/2016
National Engineering Week Events-Feb. 22-25, 2016
- (5:00 PM - 9:00 PM) National Engineering Week at Alfred University Today, Feb. 25

5 - til ??? Engineering Picnic/BBQ (ASME) Knight Club, Free

02/25/2016
Curator’s ’Shop Talk’: Caitlin Brown, Cohen Gallery
- (5:00 PM - 6:00 PM) On Thursday, Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. at the Cohen Gallery, the Art History Club will host a "Shop Talk" featuring Caitlin Brown, Director and Chief Curator at The Cohen Center for The Arts Gallery.

This is an opportunity for students to experience the behind-the-scenes stages of curating and installing an art exhibition. It is open to all, and is the perfect time to ask questions about the process of organizing and assembling an exhibition.

02/25/2016
Women of Influence STEM Speaker
- (6:00 PM - 7:00 PM) Patricia Valoy is an engineer and project manager, feminist writer, and STEM advocate based out of New York City. She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Columbia University where she focused on construction management and structural engineering.

She will be giving a talk on what it is like to be a woman in a male-dominated field. We hope to see you there!

02/25/2016
Black History Month Film Series
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) 2/4 - "School Daze"
2/11 - "Tuskegee Airmen"
2/18 - "For Colored Girls"
2/25 - "Dreamgirls"

02/25/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/26/2016
Spring Retreat to Mt. Savior
- (All Day) Enjoy a relaxing weekend away from campus at beautiful Mt. Savior Monastery, a working sheep farm. A retreat is a great chance to refocus, with time for prayer, reflection, and no shortage of fun!

Register at alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home by Feb. 22 on the events sign-up page!

To defray retreat costs, we are requesting a $15 deposit.

02/26/2016
February Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) The next Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable will be on Friday, Feb. 26, from 12:20 - 1:10 p.m. in the Judson Leadership Center. The topic is "Feminism and Gender in Visual Culture: Current Issues."

Students in the Women/Art/History class (ARTH 382/WGST 382) will give short presentations on what they believe to be the most pressing issues facing society today, with a focus on feminism, gender, and visual culture. Topics include race and gender in the media, institutional critique, rape culture, consumerism, and more.

The Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

02/26/2016
Free Income Tax Preparation
- (4:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Allegany County United Way (ACUW) will be on campus on the dates below to assist low-to-moderate income individuals earning $54,000 or less file their federal and state income taxes for free as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, supported by the IRS.

Alfred University VITA student-volunteers who have been certified will be on hand to help taxpayers file their tax returns. Last year Alfred students and ACUW helped Allegany County taxpayers receive over $1 million in refunds.

Olin Building, #214:
Friday, Feb. 26 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Please contact Asst. Prof. Luis Rodriguez Jr. at 607.871.2035 for additional information on what documents you will need to bring to these sessions in order to have your taxes done.

02/26/2016
Math Club Game Night
- (5:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Math Club host Math Game Night Friday the 26th at 5 p.m. on the Second Floor of Susan Howell Hall. Bring a Friend, All are Welcome!

02/26/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Traditional)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will b hosting a traditional (ish) chicken dinner this Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Hillel House! I would highly recommend coming... The food is good... Real good...

Bring a friend or two, we won’t judge.

Please rsvp ASAP if you plan to attend.

Hillel@alfred.edu

02/26/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/26/2016
’HypnoMental’ Comedy Hypnosis Show
- (9:00 PM - 11:00 PM) Josh Seth’s "HypnoMental" Comedy Hypnosis Show is a powerhouse tour-de-force of high-energy hypnosis like you’ve never seen before. Men give birth to space aliens, babies then rap in Japanese, while the ladies drag race and pick up there dream dates for starters!

02/27/2016
Spring Retreat to Mt. Savior
- (All Day) Enjoy a relaxing weekend away from campus at beautiful Mt. Savior Monastery, a working sheep farm. A retreat is a great chance to refocus, with time for prayer, reflection, and no shortage of fun!

Register at alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home by Feb. 22 on the events sign-up page!

To defray retreat costs, we are requesting a $15 deposit.

02/27/2016
Free Income Tax Preparation
- (9:00 AM - 2:00 PM) Allegany County United Way (ACUW) will be on campus on the dates below to assist low-to-moderate income individuals earning $54,000 or less file their federal and state income taxes for free as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, supported by the IRS.

Alfred University VITA student-volunteers who have been certified will be on hand to help taxpayers file their tax returns. Last year Alfred students and ACUW helped Allegany County taxpayers receive over $1 million in refunds.

Olin Building, #214:
Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Please contact Asst. Prof. Luis Rodriguez Jr. at 607.871.2035 for additional information on what documents you will need to bring to these sessions in order to have your taxes done.

02/27/2016
Black Culture Showcase
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Celebrate black culture and enjoy an array of performances from slam poetry readings to traditional African and hip hop dances. Hosted by Umoja.

02/27/2016
Shapes, People, Place and Things
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Feb 19-27

Opening Feb 19, 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by : N/A

A painting show dedicated to looking at basic shapes in a whole new way.

02/27/2016
Gatsby Dance
- (9:00 PM - 11:30 PM) Dance the night away with Alfred Swing Society at the annual Great Gatsby-themed dance! The festivities include a swing dance contest for all levels and a costume contest! It’s free!

02/28/2016
Spring Retreat to Mt. Savior
- (All Day) Enjoy a relaxing weekend away from campus at beautiful Mt. Savior Monastery, a working sheep farm. A retreat is a great chance to refocus, with time for prayer, reflection, and no shortage of fun!

Register at alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home by Feb. 22 on the events sign-up page!

To defray retreat costs, we are requesting a $15 deposit.

02/29/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

02/29/2016
Discussion Group on ’Rediscover Jesus’
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent next week, what better time is there to rediscover Jesus - who he was, and the impact he can have in our lives.

Based off the book, "Rediscover Jesus," by Matthew Kelly. Free book included for participants!

No reading is required!

This discussion group is not "part of a series." Come to as many sessions as you like without feeling like you missed anything!

7 p.m.
St. Jude Lounge
Hot Drinks Provided

03/01/2016
Talk: Out at Work
- (6:00 PM - 7:00 PM) Will Simpkins from John Jay College discusses the challenges and strategies for LGBTQ+ professionals in the workplace. Free Pizza! All are welcome.

03/01/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

03/01/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

03/01/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

03/01/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

03/02/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/02/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

03/02/2016
’Delicate Decisions: Jessica Detweiler and Luc Hamm’
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Exhibition March 2 - April 1, 2016

Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 2, 6-8 p.m.

"Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/02/2016
Welcome:New Faculty & Technical Specialists in the Division of Ceramic Art
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery is proud to present Welcome: New Faculty & Technical Specialists in the Division of Ceramic Art, opening March 2 from 7-9pm. The exhibition will feature new faculty: Linda Sormin, Matt Kelleher and Chase Folsom and technical specialists: Shawn Murrey, Keith Simpson and David Crenshaw. The artists will give a Gallery Talk on Tuesday, March 29 at noon. The exhibition will run through April 1st.

03/03/2016
Bergren Forum ’When is a Planet Not a Planet?’
- (12:10 AM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will meet at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, March 3 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: David DeGraff
Topic: "When is a planet not a planet?"

2015 was the Year of the Dwarf Planet, objects large enough to pull themselves into a spherical shape, but not big enough to influence their surroundings. Professor of Physics David DeGraff will show pretty pictures of Pluto and Ceres and explain what we can see.

03/03/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/03/2016
Matt Wedel Artist Talk
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Matt Wedel is a ceramic sculptor whose work enters the realm of mythological creation stories. Intent on recreating the world from mud or clay, he intricately models vegetation, minerals, and animals. His works are complex yet fluid with simple but commanding saturated color.

03/03/2016
Special Dinner at Ade Hall!
- (5:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Come out to Ade Dining Hall Thursday, March 3 for our "Prelude to Spring Break Dinner - 5-8 p.m.! Lots of fun with games and prizes, including a 10-speed bicycle. We will also have cotton candy, fried dough, and more!

03/03/2016
Turner Gallery Opening Material Femininity
- (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Gallery Opening, all are welcome!

03/04/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/04/2016
Sharing Space Learning Place
- (6:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Sharing Space- Learning Place

Hornell Community Art Center (on the Broadway Mall)
Friday, March 4, 6- 8:30 P.M.
Free and open to the public of all ages.

Cold? Hungry? Hankering for some conversation?
Free Food, Hot Chocolate, Seeds, and Handmade glass beads.

Build a birdhouse, play with puppets, and connect over stories.

This collaborative art exhibition reflects on social interactions and the evolution of community relationships within the context of Hornell. Through a variety of mediums and methods, each project provides an opportunity to learn about Hornell’s inhabitants and environment. These interactive installations serve to bring the nuances of Hornell to light and foster imagination.

Works by: Emma Percy, Brenna Hahne, Faith Lanfear, Dan Cohen, Isaiah Palmeri, and Ian Allen

An exhibition by the participants in Space and Place, a course offered by the Sculpture/Dimensional Studies Division of the School of Art and Design at Alfred University. The class spends the semester working in the Hornell Community Arts Center, conducting research around and about the City of Hornell, and creating events that engage the community.

This is the first event of the semester. The second will be the Hornell Art Walk on Saturday, April 30, and will feature projects at various locations throughout the city.

For more information: HornellCommunityArts@gmail.com

03/04/2016
Reith Lecture Series - BBC Radio 4 Host, Grayson P
- (8:30 PM - 10:00 PM) Sponsored: Extended Print Media

Parts 1 and 2 of the 4 part Reith Lecture Series will be played in the Holmes Auditorium - open to anyone wishing to attend. This is an audio recording of the annual event produced by BBC Radio 4 featuring host Grayson Perry - ceramist, author and cross-dresser extraordinaire.

Lecture 1: Democracy Has Bad Taste (Fri Feb 19th) 90 mins

Lecture 2: Beating the Bounds (Fri March 4th) 45mins

Lecture #3/4: After Spring Break Start time: 8:30 a.m.

03/05/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/08/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

03/14/2016
IEA Visiting Artists: Jason and Debora Bernagozzi
- (All Day) Sponsored: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jason ’10 and Debora Bernagozzi ’02 are an artist team focused on electronic arts based in Owego, NY. Co-founders of Signal Culture, an artist space dedicated to video, sound, interactive, tool making, and hacking electronic arts also based in Owego, NY, both hold MFAs from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program at the College of Ceramics and have shown their work nationally and internationally.

Jason’s work investigates the significant features of time-based media as an evolving world language, exploring liminal states of language, time, and memory through the lens of glitch aesthetics, performative/participatory media, and aleatoric database sequencing of video.

Debora’s work consists of gestural, abstracted videos created through a hybrid of analog and digital methods using real-time video and audio processing techniques, creating works resonating as opposed to representative works alluding to time as a layered tapestry rather than a series of moments.

During their residency, Jason and Debora intend to bridge their shared practice of fluidly mixing the analog and the digital into the print realm, drawing on images created through processes such as data-moshing, sonification databending, and frame buffering to create work with silk screening, wood block, and other traditional printmaking techniques.

More information and Jason and Debora’s work can be found on their respective websites: http://www.seeinginvideo.... & http://deborabernagozzi.c...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/14/2016
Visiting Artist Alex Gartelmann
- (6:00 PM - 7:00 PM) Please join the Sculpture/Dimensional Studies Department in welcoming visiting artist Alex
Gartelmann.

Alex will be doing studio visits with students and giving a lecture on Monday, March 14 @ 6 p.m. in room C.

If you have any questions please contact Jonas Sebura at sebura@alfred.edu

Artist Bio:
Alex Gartelmann lives and works in Chicago, IL. He is half of the collaborative Sebura&Gartelmann with Jonas Sebura and teaches at The School of the Art Institute of
Chicago in the Sculpture Department and the Department of Contemporary Practices.

Alex has an impressive exhibition record including Carrie Secrest, IL, NADA art fair, Miami, and The John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, WI.

www.alexgartelmann.com
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03/15/2016
IEA Visiting Artists: Jason and Debora Bernagozzi
- (All Day) Sponsored: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jason ’10 and Debora Bernagozzi ’02 are an artist team focused on electronic arts based in Owego, NY. Co-founders of Signal Culture, an artist space dedicated to video, sound, interactive, tool making, and hacking electronic arts also based in Owego, NY, both hold MFAs from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program at the College of Ceramics and have shown their work nationally and internationally.

Jason’s work investigates the significant features of time-based media as an evolving world language, exploring liminal states of language, time, and memory through the lens of glitch aesthetics, performative/participatory media, and aleatoric database sequencing of video.

Debora’s work consists of gestural, abstracted videos created through a hybrid of analog and digital methods using real-time video and audio processing techniques, creating works resonating as opposed to representative works alluding to time as a layered tapestry rather than a series of moments.

During their residency, Jason and Debora intend to bridge their shared practice of fluidly mixing the analog and the digital into the print realm, drawing on images created through processes such as data-moshing, sonification databending, and frame buffering to create work with silk screening, wood block, and other traditional printmaking techniques.

More information and Jason and Debora’s work can be found on their respective websites: http://www.seeinginvideo.... & http://deborabernagozzi.c...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/15/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/15/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

03/15/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

03/15/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

03/15/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

03/16/2016
IEA Visiting Artists: Jason and Debora Bernagozzi
- (All Day) Sponsored: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jason ’10 and Debora Bernagozzi ’02 are an artist team focused on electronic arts based in Owego, NY. Co-founders of Signal Culture, an artist space dedicated to video, sound, interactive, tool making, and hacking electronic arts also based in Owego, NY, both hold MFAs from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program at the College of Ceramics and have shown their work nationally and internationally.

Jason’s work investigates the significant features of time-based media as an evolving world language, exploring liminal states of language, time, and memory through the lens of glitch aesthetics, performative/participatory media, and aleatoric database sequencing of video.

Debora’s work consists of gestural, abstracted videos created through a hybrid of analog and digital methods using real-time video and audio processing techniques, creating works resonating as opposed to representative works alluding to time as a layered tapestry rather than a series of moments.

During their residency, Jason and Debora intend to bridge their shared practice of fluidly mixing the analog and the digital into the print realm, drawing on images created through processes such as data-moshing, sonification databending, and frame buffering to create work with silk screening, wood block, and other traditional printmaking techniques.

More information and Jason and Debora’s work can be found on their respective websites: http://www.seeinginvideo.... & http://deborabernagozzi.c...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/16/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/16/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/16/2016
Artist Talk Tina Dillman
- (5:00 PM - 7:30 PM) Sponsored: CDC

Tina will be discussing issues around living as a professional working artist after graduate school in the contemporary. Within one year of graduating, she secured several part time/consultant positions that were all art related, while establishing a fiscally sponsored art residency program in a new city. Survival methods - something they don’t teach in art schools that information needs to reach the students, and this of course includes topics that professional development classes would teach-fundraising, grant writing, how to balance art and life, etc.

Project Grant is on its way to becoming a non-profit and I think that if the students were able to hear of how they can take their creative skills and become an entrepreneur and lead their own future would be inspiring to say the least. Project Grant is a unique artist residency program, since it is run out of my home, and I work with community partners to acquire extra space for exhibits, events, talks and workshops, while the artists collaborate with me in producing free community workshops and projects in areas around Buffalo that have limited resources."

Bio:
Currently based in Buffalo, Tina Dillman received her MFA in New Genres at the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)<http://www.sfai.edu/> in 2014, and her BFA from the University of Iowa in 2003. While in graduate school Tina focused her studies on performance/installation and curatorial studies, and in early 2015, she launched a socially engaged artist residency program out of her home, called Project Grant<http://UrlBlockedError.as...>.

In 2013, she was awarded a Visiting Artist position at École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, in Tours, France, and artist residencies in Berlin, Germany, and Scotland, while on sabbatical from her graduate studies at SFAI. Dillman has performed at the Berkeley Art Museum, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF), while her object based work has been exhibited in Berlin, Los Angeles, Providence, Rhode Island, North Adams & Boston, MA, and The Bay Area.

From 2009-11, Dillman co-founded, directed, and curated an alternative arts space out of her home called, WE Artspace (Oakland CA). During those years, the space worked with over 100 visual artists, performers, filmmakers, musicians, chefs, writers, and poets. Also at this time, she was directing the Oakland Art Murmur, the monthly citywide art walk. She has dedicated her time to the arts, through Board involvement at the San Francisco Art Institute, Intersection for the Arts (SF) and Rock Paper Scissors (Oakland), holding paid positions at: AS220 (Providence), ArtSpan (SF), the Oakland Art Murmur, Rock Paper Scissors (Oakland), Sculpture Space (Utica, NY) and Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo).

03/16/2016
You’re invited - Talk by Visiting Designer, Author
- (5:00 PM - 7:00 PM) All are invited to hear Jan Conradi, visiting designer/author share insights and ideas from her new book, "Lella Massimo Vignelli: Two Lives, One Vision."

The couple focused on a modernist philosophy of designing for a better society. Conradi will talk about Living a life of design: What we can learn from the Vignellis.

Wednesday, March 16, 5 p.m.
Binns-Merrill Hall, Room C

03/16/2016
’Living a Life of Design’
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date of Event: Wednesday, March 16

Time of Event: 7 p.m.

Sponsored by: Expanded Media

Jan Conradi, visiting designer and author, shares insights and ideas from her new book, "Lella and Massimo Vignelli: Two Lives, One Vision."

Massimo and Lella Vignelli focused on a modernist philosophy of designing for a better society: resourceful use of space and materials, clear communication, lasting quality and logical functionality. The effectiveness of their approach is evident as Vignelli design surrounds us. Can a Vignelli pattern of living and working inspire us to develop our own vision of a life of design?

Jan Conradi is professor of graphic design at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ. Her newest book, "Lella and Massimo Vignelli: Two Lives, One Vision," from RIT Press was released in July 2014. Her previous book, "Unimark International: The Design of Business and the Business of Design," was published in 2010 by Lars Müller.

She has lectured at many schools and design conferences on topics of design history and design education; her projects and course materials have been featured in books by Phil Meggs, Rob Carter, Elizabeth Resnick, and Steven Heller.

Jan is a member of AIGA and SoTA (The Society of Typographic Aficionados). Along with writing and teaching, Jan is active with her letterpress and freelance design studio.

03/17/2016
IEA Visiting Artists: Jason and Debora Bernagozzi
- (All Day) Sponsored: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jason ’10 and Debora Bernagozzi ’02 are an artist team focused on electronic arts based in Owego, NY. Co-founders of Signal Culture, an artist space dedicated to video, sound, interactive, tool making, and hacking electronic arts also based in Owego, NY, both hold MFAs from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program at the College of Ceramics and have shown their work nationally and internationally.

Jason’s work investigates the significant features of time-based media as an evolving world language, exploring liminal states of language, time, and memory through the lens of glitch aesthetics, performative/participatory media, and aleatoric database sequencing of video.

Debora’s work consists of gestural, abstracted videos created through a hybrid of analog and digital methods using real-time video and audio processing techniques, creating works resonating as opposed to representative works alluding to time as a layered tapestry rather than a series of moments.

During their residency, Jason and Debora intend to bridge their shared practice of fluidly mixing the analog and the digital into the print realm, drawing on images created through processes such as data-moshing, sonification databending, and frame buffering to create work with silk screening, wood block, and other traditional printmaking techniques.

More information and Jason and Debora’s work can be found on their respective websites: http://www.seeinginvideo.... & http://deborabernagozzi.c...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/17/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/17/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/17/2016
Bergren Forum - ’The Power of Goodness’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost’s Office will meet at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, March 17 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Nadine Hoover
Topic: "The power of goodness"

Nadine Hoover will discuss how stories of nonviolence and reconciliation from around the world are used to help children and families in various countries recover from violence, and to create public cultures of peace.

03/17/2016
You’re invited - Talk by Visiting Designer, Author
- (5:00 PM - 7:00 PM) All are invited to hear Jan Conradi, visiting designer/author share insights and ideas from her new book, "Lella Massimo Vignelli: Two Lives, One Vision."

The couple focused on a modernist philosophy of designing for a better society. Conradi will talk about Living a life of design: What we can learn from the Vignellis.

Wednesday, March 16, 5 p.m.
Binns-Merrill Hall, Room C

03/17/2016
ALF poetry reading by TJ Jarrett
- (5:30 PM - 6:30 PM) Poet TJ Jarrett will kick off the Alfred Literary Festival tonight with a poetry reading in Scholes Library at 5:30 p.m.

Jarrett is the author of two poetry collections, "Ain’t No Grave" and "Zion."

She has earned scholarships from Colrain Manuscript Conference and Vermont Studio Center; fellowships from Sewanee Writer’s Conference 2014 and the Summer Literary Seminars 2012 and 2014; and won VQR’s Emily Clark Balch Prize for Poetry 2014.

She lives in Nashville, where she works as a software designer.

03/17/2016
History Night
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Saxon Historians is hosting a history discussion and activity event on March 17, 6-8 p.m., the lounge of Herrick. It may include historical discussion, information, trivia, games, and snacks.

03/18/2016
IEA Visiting Artists: Jason and Debora Bernagozzi
- (All Day) Sponsored: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Jason ’10 and Debora Bernagozzi ’02 are an artist team focused on electronic arts based in Owego, NY. Co-founders of Signal Culture, an artist space dedicated to video, sound, interactive, tool making, and hacking electronic arts also based in Owego, NY, both hold MFAs from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program at the College of Ceramics and have shown their work nationally and internationally.

Jason’s work investigates the significant features of time-based media as an evolving world language, exploring liminal states of language, time, and memory through the lens of glitch aesthetics, performative/participatory media, and aleatoric database sequencing of video.

Debora’s work consists of gestural, abstracted videos created through a hybrid of analog and digital methods using real-time video and audio processing techniques, creating works resonating as opposed to representative works alluding to time as a layered tapestry rather than a series of moments.

During their residency, Jason and Debora intend to bridge their shared practice of fluidly mixing the analog and the digital into the print realm, drawing on images created through processes such as data-moshing, sonification databending, and frame buffering to create work with silk screening, wood block, and other traditional printmaking techniques.

More information and Jason and Debora’s work can be found on their respective websites: http://www.seeinginvideo.... & http://deborabernagozzi.c...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/18/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/18/2016
Election 2016: Round Two
- (12:10 PM - 1:10 PM) As a follow-up to a panel we held last November, we will discuss the rather unconventional 2016 primary campaign. Panelists will be President Edmondson and Profs. Heineman, Stein, Westacott, and Ostrower.

12:10 P.M. on Friday in Nevins, Powell Campus Center

03/18/2016
Chem Talk by Alfred Alum Class of 2016 Eryn Matich
- (12:20 PM - 1:20 PM) Chemistry will be hosting a Talk by Eryn Matich, an Alfred University Class of 2013 Alum, Friday, March 18 at 12:20 p.m. in Myers 228.

The title of her talk is "Characterization of metabolic changes in Ettlia oleoabundans under nutrient limitation."

All are welcome! and Bring a Friend!

03/18/2016
ALF fiction reading by Holly Goddard Jones
- (5:30 PM - 6:30 PM) Fiction writer Holly Goddard Jones continues the Alfred Literary Festival with a reading in Scholes Library. A reception and book signing will follow.

Jones is the author of the story collection "Girl Trouble" and the novel "The Next Time You See Me."

A Kentucky native, she a 2007 recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award, a 2013 recipient of the Hillsdale Award for Fiction from the Fellowship of Southern Writers, and a 2014 recipient of the Kentucky Literary Award. She teaches at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

03/18/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Cake)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) HILLEL will be hosting a cake-themed dinner this Friday at 6:30. We still do not quite know what we are making, but it should be really good. If you have ideas, or would like to attend, PLEASE SHOOT US AN EMAIL AT HILLEL@ALFRED.EDU.

03/18/2016
ALF Open Mic Reading
- (7:30 PM - 9:00 PM) Inspired by the visiting writers of the Alfred Literary Festival? Now’s your chance to join in! Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to share their poetry, short fiction and nonfiction, and musical talents!

03/19/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/19/2016
ALF Literary Roundtable
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) The Alfred Literary Festival concludes with an informal chat with visiting writers TJ Jarrett and Holly Goddard Jones. Bring questions about writing and publishing, comments, and books to have signed! (And yes, we’ll have snacks!)

03/19/2016
’Subject to Change’
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Please join us for an interactive exhibition in the Turner Gallery! Our show, "Subject To Change," encourages the discussion of practical and conceptual functions of tableware through the collaboration of Robert Graves, Rachel Allstadt, Jess Marianacci Valone, and Sam Zaremski using functional pots, cell phones, and Instagram.

Viewers are encouraged to assemble their very own table setting using a variety of beautiful pottery designed and created by the artists. This interaction encourages critical engagement with the work.

Our hope is that this work inspires creative decisions in actions. The values of contemporary functional pottery will be shared both physically and digitally.

03/20/2016
Maple Tree Inn
- (11:00 AM - 2:00 PM) Join the Forest People for a trip to Cartwright’s Maple Tree Inn for some delicious food! We will be meeting at 11 a.m. Sunday, March 20 in the Powell mail room. Bring cash; the restaurant doesn’t accept card payments but there is an ATM there.

We will be driving personal vehicles, so if you can drive it will be greatly appreciated.

03/21/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Brian Murphy
- (All Day) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Brian Murphy of Castle Creek, NY will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts the week of March 21. Co-founder and director of Transient Visions: Festival of the Moving Image, Brian creates systems and processes to explore and interpret data sets using video, film, sound, photography, artist books and new media.

His work has been exhibited at the Western New York Book Arts Center in Buffalo, the Gagosian Gallery in New York, and at the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester.

Brian plans to work with both digital and analog tools to create visual, textual, and audio scores using data from his DNA that was sequenced at Yale School of Medicine. Brian intends to use this material in text, performance, and installations.

More information and Brian’s work can be found on his website: http://www.sybil16.com

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

03/21/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

03/21/2016
’Votes For Women: The Successful Campaign in Allegany County
- (7:30 PM - 9:00 PM) Join the Baker’s Bridge Historical Society as it celebrates Women’s History Month!

Rusty Tobin will present a Powerpoint presentation on the woman suffrage movement from 1893 through 1920 with a particular focus on Allegany County and the Alfred area.

Women in New York State gained full suffrage in 1917, three years before the Constitutional amendment in 1920 that gave all women in the country the vote. Women in New York State became increasingly well organized in the 20th century and merged all of the individual suffrage clubs into a single statewide organization.

In 1913, the organization changed its name to the New York State Woman Suffrage Party and organized itself like a political party with Assembly District leaders and captains for each election district. Allegany County was very much a part of this campaign. The New York State victory was the result of a statewide referendum of male voters and 56 percent of Allegany County voters recorded a pro suffrage vote.

Monday, March 21
7:30 p.m.
5971 Hamilton Hill Road, Alfred Station
Free! Refreshments served afterward.

03/22/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/22/2016
All-ATS: Update on Strategic Plan
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) Kathy Woughter will be giving us an update on the strategic plan and on the work accomplished by the task force on the prevention of violence. All are welcome!

03/22/2016
Biology Information Session
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) The Division of Biology is holding an information session on Tuesday, March 22 at 12:20 p.m. in the Science Center room 303. If you are interested in possibly pursing a major or minor in Biology, please try to attend.

03/22/2016
Using Social Media for your Club, Team, or Cause
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

03/22/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

03/22/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

03/22/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

03/22/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

03/23/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/23/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/23/2016
Hamentashen Baking
- (12:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Hillel will be baking some hamentashen (triangular cookies eaten on purim) from about noonish till whenever... this is a casual event and we will continue to bake as long as there is interest. Stop by if you would like!

03/23/2016
Burning Bad Writing
- (5:00 PM - 10:30 PM) Part 1: Bad Writing Contest at 5 p.m. at the Bookend Cafe in Herrick

Bring a short excerpt of the WORST published writing that you have ever read for people to judge. The worst three entries will be awarded prizes.

Part 2: Bonfire at 9 p.m. at the Honors House
Ever written or read something so bad that it haunts you to this day? Burn it and gain emotional catharsis while you eat s’mores with your peers!

You don’t have to go to both!

Hosted by the Writing Center and the Honors Program

03/24/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/24/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/24/2016
Bergren Forum - ’No More Mr. "Nice" Guy’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Provost’s Office will be meeting at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, March 24 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Lydia Galarneau
Topic: "No More Mr. ’Nice’ Guy: Male Entitlement and Character Archetypes"

Winner of Phi Beta Kappa Wit and Wisdom Competition, Lydia Galarneau will examine how characters and narratives of popular television shows such as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Friends," and "How I Met Your Mother" can emphasize, normalize, and romanticize patriarchal values of male entitlement.

03/24/2016
Privilege, Power, and Leadership
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

03/24/2016
Living Stations of the Cross
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) The Stations of the Cross are a 14-step devotion that memorializes Jesus Christ’s last day on Earth. Living Stations of the Cross brings these 14 steps to life in a powerful and unforgettable way.

Organized and performed by members of the Alfred Newman Club.

Follow Jesus’ journey to His crucifixion as members of the crowd.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns.

03/25/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/25/2016
March Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) The next Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable will be on Friday, March 25, from 12:20 - 1:10 p.m. in the Judson Leadership Center. AU Theater Professor Becky Prophet will be presenting. Her topic is: "Storytelling, A Culture’s Information Highway."

The roundtables are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available.

If you would like to present at a roundtable next semester, please contact Professor Sandra Singer at: fsinger@alfred.edu

03/25/2016
First LARP Club Meeting
- (6:00 PM - 7:00 PM) A meeting will be held for all students interested in joining the new LARP (Live Action Role Play) Club. The president and vice president will be giving out information and answering all questions.

03/25/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Purim Style)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Come on out for some delicious Purim-themed food! Celebrate the Holidays in style with your friends at the Hillel House!

Please RSVP ASAP to hillel@alfred.edu if you plan to attend!

03/26/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/26/2016
Negotiating the Perceived
- (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Sponsored by: Jesse Plass and Adriana Enoch

An exhibition exploring the perception of identity in fun and exciting ways. Be at the opening or miss out!

03/26/2016
Learn Together Grow Together
- (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Sponsored by: Marshaun Stapleton, Colton Wilhelm, and Marissa Sierra

An art exhibition showcasing the things we can achieve by following our educational endeavors wherever they may take us.

It is a forum for people to show the work that keeps them up at night, tells the story of what they have learned and how they have grown not as an artist but as a person.

It will be aimed to raise awareness and support for children who do not have educational resources and live in poverty so that they will have the tools they need to learn and grow in the pursuit of their passions.

03/26/2016
Purim Party!
- (8:00 PM - 12:30 AM) Hillel is hosting a super spectacular Purim party. Come out and learn about yet another plot to exterminate the Jews that was stopped by a pretty lady and an overly affectionate uncle!

We will be serving all of the *FAKE* alcohol your liver can handle, delicious party foods, music, good people, and good times!

I would recommend bringing a friend but if you don’t have one we have a few spares lying around.

03/26/2016
Team Trivia Night at Herrick Library!
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Test your trivia knowledge and challenge the wit of your fellow students at Herrick’s upcoming Team Trivia Night. Milk and cookies for everyone - prizes for the top two teams! All are welcome!

03/26/2016
March Madness Party
- (9:00 PM - 1:00 AM) $4 admission
C.S.A from AU and Alfred State are sponsoring this event for basketball lovers and non-lovers alike. Wear your favorite team shirt. Music by Money Empire. Follow both C.S.A.s on snap chat and pay only $2.

03/27/2016
Student Easter Brunch
- (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM) All students are invited to join us after the 11 a.m. Easter Sunday service in the St. Jude Lounge. A wide variety of food will be available, so bring your appetites!

SPONSORED BY ALFRED NEWMAN CLUB

Please RSVP in person or at alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home by Wednesday, March 23.

03/28/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

03/29/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/29/2016
Gallery Talk with Ceramic Artists
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) There will be a Gallery Talk at the Fosidck-Nelson on Tuesday, March 29, starting at noon, with artists exhibiting in "Welcome: New Faculty and Technical Specialists in the Division of Ceramic Art". Participating artists include new faculty, Matt Kelleher and Linda Sormin; Turner Teaching Fellow, Chase Folsom; and technical specialists David Crenshaw, Shawn Murrey and Keith Simpson. Come and meet the artists and hear what they have to say about their new work. The exhibition will be on view through April 2. For more information about the artists see the press release (link attached).

03/29/2016
Microaggressions
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

03/29/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

03/29/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

03/29/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

03/29/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

03/30/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/30/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/30/2016
Teamwork for Athletes
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

03/30/2016
AU Math & Computer Science Course Preview Session
- (12:20 PM - 1:00 PM) Details: When: Wednesday March 30 @ 12:20 p.m.
Where: Myers 334
Who/What:
Dr. Simon Romero/Math Topics course on Mathematics and Board Game
Dr. Cook/ Computer Science
Professor Kirtland/ Mathematical Statistics

Each professor will be talking about the not-as-common math courses being offered next semester in order to give a preview of those classes. This will be an informative session with plenty of time for Q & A of what AU Math & Computer Science has to offer.

03/30/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

03/31/2016
Accepted Student Open House with Admissions
- (All Day) The Office of Admissions is hosting our first of two Accepted Student Days this Saturday, April 2 for admitted students and their families. Registration will be held in The Joyce and Walton Health and Wellness Center starting at 8:30. Events will be held throughout campus and the day will conclude after lunch/tours around 2:00 p.m. Should you have any questions about the day, please contact Michelle at x2015.

03/31/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

03/31/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

03/31/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Reflections on Innovation & Managing Change’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Provost Office will meet at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, March 31 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Tom Hinman
Topic: "Reflections on Innovation & Managing Change"

Tom Hinman, AU trustee and former General Manager of Environmental Technologies at Corning Inc., will share career "lessons learned" on the challenges of innovation and making major change, along with his thoughts concerning the application of these lessons in implementing AU’s Strategic Plan.

03/31/2016
Leadership Style Assessment
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/01/2016
Spring Service Trips
- (All Day) Deadline to Sign Up: March 25

See Chris or Kate to resister, or visit alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home.

Cost: $10

April 1 - 3: L’Arche (Syracuse)

L’Arche is people with and without disabilities sharing life in a community of faith. They seek to build a world that recognizes the unique value of every person and our need for one another.

Service will include assisting the residents, and joining them in their daily activities.

April 2: St. Luke’s (Buffalo)

St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy strives to provide basic human dignities to those living in inner-city Buffalo.

Service will include serving meals at the soup kitchen and organizing donations of clothing and small household items.

04/01/2016
Accepted Student Open House with Admissions
- (All Day) The Office of Admissions is hosting our first of two Accepted Student Days this Saturday, April 2 for admitted students and their families. Registration will be held in The Joyce and Walton Health and Wellness Center starting at 8:30. Events will be held throughout campus and the day will conclude after lunch/tours around 2:00 p.m. Should you have any questions about the day, please contact Michelle at x2015.

04/01/2016
Shabbat Dinner in a Mug
- (6:30 AM - 8:30 AM) What do you do when you have a ton of mugs? Well, we make dinner! Come on out for a delicious mug-themed meal! Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. Please RSVP to hillel@alfred.edu by Thursday night at the latest if you plan to attend!

04/01/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

04/01/2016
Chem 490 Seminar Talk: Neal Abrams from SUNY ESF
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) On Friday, April 1st, Associate Professor Neal Abrams from SUNY-ESF will give a research talk to the Chem 490 Seminar class entitled "Photocatalytic Compounds From Cellulose Biotemplates" in Myers Hall Room 228 at 12:20 pm. All are invited.

04/01/2016
lumber room museum (Portland, OR)
- (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Enjoy the opportunity to view some of the best print media in the country. Work will be on display by Alfred University School of Art & Design faculty member Joseph Scheer, William Contino & Myles Calvert, along with the work of over 60 alumni and 12 current AU students.

04/01/2016
Alfred Around the World
- (7:00 PM - 8:30 PM) ISSO’s Cultural showcase Alfred Around the World is right around the corner. Please come to Holmes Auditorium at 7 p.m. on April 1 to enjoy our Night at the Museum themed show! This is a FREE event!

04/01/2016
Band: Deal Casino
- (10:00 PM - 12:00 AM) Deal Casino is an American, four-member, pop-rock band from Sparta, NJ that moved to Asbury Park, NJ in 2014. The band’s sound has been described as "urgent groove-heavy and boisterous, bouncing rock sounds not so far from Neon Trees or Young the Giant."

04/02/2016
Spring Service Trips
- (All Day) Deadline to Sign Up: March 25

See Chris or Kate to resister, or visit alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home.

Cost: $10

April 1 - 3: L’Arche (Syracuse)

L’Arche is people with and without disabilities sharing life in a community of faith. They seek to build a world that recognizes the unique value of every person and our need for one another.

Service will include assisting the residents, and joining them in their daily activities.

April 2: St. Luke’s (Buffalo)

St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy strives to provide basic human dignities to those living in inner-city Buffalo.

Service will include serving meals at the soup kitchen and organizing donations of clothing and small household items.

04/02/2016
’Delicate Decisions’ at Cohen Gallery
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Delicate Decisions" is a two-person show featuring the functional ceramics of recent College of Ceramics graduates Luc Hammond-Thomas, Grinding Room Assistant, and Jess Detweiler.

In her work, Detweiler employs a playful attraction to form, volume, color, and elegance. The still-life, genre style display evokes fantasies about future domestic use.

Hammond-Thomas’ work acts on the fundamental relationship between pottery and furniture, and how this pairing further expands each material’s function. The work embraces the latent duality of functional objects as sculpture.

04/02/2016
Boston Beer Works, Fenway (Boston, MA)
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Join other AU alumni, parents & friends for an opportunity to talk with President-Elect Dr. Mark Zupan. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available. $10 registration fee.

04/03/2016
Spring Service Trips
- (All Day) Deadline to Sign Up: March 25

See Chris or Kate to resister, or visit alfrednewmanclub.wix.com/home.

Cost: $10

April 1 - 3: L’Arche (Syracuse)

L’Arche is people with and without disabilities sharing life in a community of faith. They seek to build a world that recognizes the unique value of every person and our need for one another.

Service will include assisting the residents, and joining them in their daily activities.

April 2: St. Luke’s (Buffalo)

St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy strives to provide basic human dignities to those living in inner-city Buffalo.

Service will include serving meals at the soup kitchen and organizing donations of clothing and small household items.

04/03/2016
Zeek’s Pizza Belltwon (Seattle, WA)
- (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Gather with Alfred alumni, parents & friends for some great conversation & delicious pizza. This event is complimentary.

04/03/2016
Guest Artist - Award-Winning Percussionist
- (7:30 PM - 9:00 PM) Valerie Naranjo, award-winning global music percussionist and member of NBC’s "Saturday Night Live Band," has performed with the Philip Glass Ensemble and Tori Amos, and on Broadway in "Lion King." Free admission. Miller Theater, 7:30 p.m.

04/04/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/04/2016
Riley Lecture: Breaking Gender,Cultural Boundaries
- (5:30 PM - 6:45 PM) World-class "Saturday Night Live" percussionist Valerie Naranjo will tell us, via conversation and performance, how she’s shattered glass ceilings in the U.S. and Africa at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 4, in the Knight Club.

And our own AU history prof. Vicki Eaklor, her former teacher, will coax her along!

Don’t miss what promises to be the most unique Riley Lecture ever!

Free catered food and conversation will follow.

And catch her free performance the night before at 7:30 p.m. in Miller Theater.

The Women’s and Gender Studies Riley Lecture is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

04/05/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/05/2016
Cafe Belle Madeleine, Paris (Las Vegas, NV)
- (7:30 AM - 9:00 AM) President-Elect Dr. Mark Zupan will be in Las Vegas and would like to have you join him for breakfast. This event is complimentary.

04/05/2016
Presentation Skills
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/05/2016
Jutta Haeckel and the Alfred/Düsseldorf MFA in Pai
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Sponsored: Drawing, Painting and Photography

Professors, Kevin Wixted and Stephanie McMahon will be joined by Jutta Haeckel, program advisor and future Alfred/Düsseldorf faculty member, to present the new MFA program and discuss the significance of painting in Düsseldorf. Jutta Haeckel will lecture on her work and painting in Düsseldorf.

Jutta Haeckel served as the International Randal Chair in Painting in 2012. Born in Hanover, Germany, she studied at Hochschule fur Kunste in Bremen, Germany and Goldsmiths College in London. She has exhibited widely in Germany, including recent exhibitions at the Kunsthalle in Recklinghausen and at Schloss Detmold. Haeckel is represented by Hosfelt Gallery in San Francisco. http://www.hosfeltgallery...

04/05/2016
Bowling Night
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) $2 per person, Alfred Bowling Club will establish four consistent teams who play all semester along with two teams of rotating bowlers who will bowl one week. Contact ABC@alfred.edu to get involved.

04/05/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

04/05/2016
18th Annual Samuel Scholes Jr. Lecture by Sam Kean
- (8:00 PM - 11:45 PM) The Division of Chemistry at Alfred University would like to announce the 18th Annual Samuel R. Scholes Jr. Lecture to be given on Tuesday the 5th of April 2016 in the Nevins Theater at 8 p.m.

This year’s lecture will be given by Sam Kean, author of the national best selling book "The Disappearing Spoon."

Why did Gandhi hate iodine? Why did the Japanese kill Godzilla with missiles made of cadmium? How did radium nearly ruin Marie Curie’s reputation? And why did tellurium lead to the most bizarre gold rush in history? The Periodic Table is one of our crowning scientific achievements, but it’s also a treasure trove of passion, adventure, betrayal, and obsession. "The Disappearing Spoon" delves into every single element on the table and explains each one’s role in science, money, mythology, war, the arts, medicine, alchemy, and other areas of human history, from the Big Bang through the end of time.

This exciting and intellectual lecture is free and open to anyone interested in attending! We welcome everyone.

To learn more about Sam visit his website samkean.com.
contact Bailey Grillo for more information about this event by email grillo@alfred.edu

04/05/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

04/06/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/06/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/06/2016
A Site-specific Tour of the Miller 2 Facility
- (11:00 AM - 11:25 AM) Tour begins at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 6 in the glass lobby of Miller 2 auditorium.

This is a one-time-only opportunity to flip the building onto it’s back to tickle it’s underbelly. Tour begins at 11 a.m., all welcome. Please dress weather appropriately.

questions- mk20@alfred.edu

04/06/2016
Wellness as a Leader
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/06/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/07/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/07/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/07/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Sound of China: Guzheng’
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Provost’s Office will be meeting at 12:10 P.M. Thursday, April 7 in the Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Daisy Wu
Topic: "Sound of China: Guzheng"

Daisy Wu, visiting associate professor of music, will talk about Chinese music and play the Guzheng, a traditional Chinese instrument.

04/07/2016
Confidence as a Leader
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/07/2016
A Gallerist’s Inside Perspective of the Art World
- (5:00 PM - 6:00 PM) Sponsored by: AU Honors Program

What makes an Art Gallery Successful?
David Smith is the owner of the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, CO. Committed to presenting intelligent and culturally relevant exhibitions, the Gallery features the region’s most important emerging talent alongside internationally recognized artists.

The New York Times hailed the Gallery as offering "an
exciting contrast of cutting edge works." Join Mr. Smith as he uncovers the relationships between artists, galleries, collectors, and institutions.

04/08/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/08/2016
CSA Taste of the Caribbean: Food and Dance Event
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) A little taste of the Caribbean island with the food that will be served. $5 a plate and to top this all off, there will be free dance lessons!

04/08/2016
Shabbat Dinner (traditional)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will be hosting a Traditional chicken dinner this Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Hillel house.Space is extremely limited so if you would like to attend please rsvp soon (by Thursday).

04/08/2016
KSA Spring Concert
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Performance by Eastman School of Music

hosted by Korean Student Association at Alfred University

FREE ADMISSION
FREE KOREAN FOOD

04/08/2016
Comedian Marc Lamotte
- (10:00 PM - 11:30 PM) After being postponed due to weather, Marc Lamotte is bringing his unique charm and generally ridiculous outlook on life to Alfred. As a former university adviser, Marc enjoyed working with students but found that he was much better at making them to laugh than giving career advice.

04/09/2016
The Aesthetics of Forgetting
- (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: College of Ceramics at Alfred University

04/09/2016
‘Sensing Time’ Yasmina Chavez MFA Exhibition
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: Electronic Integrated Arts program at SoAD at NYSCC

Sensing Time is a multimedia/transdisciplinary MFA exhibition by EIA graduate Yasmina Chavez. The show will include several multi-channel videos, sound works, and a live performance during the night of the opening that will feature choreographed action and improvisational dance.

04/09/2016
Glam Slam -Dance
- (9:00 PM - 1:00 AM) Join Spectrum as it hosts the semesterly dance party featuring Crag Queens and Drag Kings from TiLT Nightclub in Rochester, NY. Admission is $2

04/10/2016
Bagel Brunch
- (11:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Hillel will be hosting a Bagel Brunch on Sunday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.. Fresh lox, creamed cheese, bagels, and all the usual will be served. Be there or be square!

04/10/2016
Hillel Bagel Brunch
- (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM) Come to the Hillel House for free lox and bagels.

04/10/2016
Volunteer at McAuley Manor Nursing Home
- (12:30 PM - 2:30 PM) Spend some time playing games and visiting with the elderly this Sunday.

On April 10 the Newman Club is organizing an afternoon at McCauley Manor Nursing Home in Hornell. We will leave Alfred at 12:30 p.m. and return about 2:30 p.m.

If you would like to attend, please email us at stjude@alfred.edu

04/10/2016
‘Sensing Time’ Yasmina Chavez MFA Exhibition
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: Electronic Integrated Arts program at SoAD at NYSCC

Sensing Time is a multimedia/transdisciplinary MFA exhibition by EIA graduate Yasmina Chavez. The show will include several multi-channel videos, sound works, and a live performance during the night of the opening that will feature choreographed action and improvisational dance.

04/10/2016
AU Pep Band Meeting
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) AU Pep Band will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 10 in the Herrick Library Lounge area to elect officers and conduct year-end business. All members are urged to attend.
Anyone interested in joining is also welcome to attend. On Saxon Warriors!

04/11/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/11/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/11/2016
‘Sensing Time’ Yasmina Chavez MFA Exhibition
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: Electronic Integrated Arts program at SoAD at NYSCC

Sensing Time is a multimedia/transdisciplinary MFA exhibition by EIA graduate Yasmina Chavez. The show will include several multi-channel videos, sound works, and a live performance during the night of the opening that will feature choreographed action and improvisational dance.

04/12/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/12/2016
Team Builders and Icebreakers
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/12/2016
Televisions and Transmissions: Towards a Partial H
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) Sponsored by: Division of Expanded Media

Visiting media curator and scholar Laura McGough will trace a genealogical history of the live video transmission (from broadcasting to streaming) in an effort to describe its reemergence in the post-Internet era.

Television, and its most basic technical property, the transmission, continues to haunt media art in the post-Internet age, a specter lurking behind artist YouTube channels, glitch art and the rediscovery of analog video tools, but perhaps most apparent in the proliferation of live online streaming experiments.

Whether appropriating social broadcasting platforms like Twitch.tv or Periscope or developing their own streaming networks, a growing number of artists are exploring the live transmission as a site for performance, intervention, dissent and audience interaction. In an era marked by video-on-demand, how do we account for this current preoccupation the live transmission?

Laura McGough is a media arts historian, curator and practitioner. She has organized exhibitions, screenings, performances and streaming content for arts organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. In 1997, she co-founded the new media collective NOMADS and through this initiative organized a number of early Web-based art initiatives including Audiophfile, a six-part sound art series, and published MASSAGE, an early multi-media Web-based journal. Her writings on the visual arts, technology, and performance have appeared in publications such as Sculpture, New Arts Examiner, Experimenta and Digital Creativity, and she has served on the editorial boards of Performance Research and FUSE.

She has also received grants from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Canada Council and the British Council to support curatorial research projects.

McGough received an M.A. in interdisciplinary studies from New York University and is currently completing a PhD in the Department of Media Study at the University of Buffalo. She is the 2015/2016 Critical Studies Fellow at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her current research focuses on artist-produced public access television and the political aesthetics of feedback.

04/12/2016
Community Buildn’ Night
- (5:30 PM - 8:00 PM) Join Alfred Alum Daniel Totten and others on Tuesday April 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Village Hall for a potluck, followed by games, whirligig making, and other inclusive activities!

After the games you may attend the Village Board meeting at 7:30 or continue to hang out upstairs where we will have a daycare service and other fun stuff. ALL AGES WELCOME!

This event was made possible by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council.

04/12/2016
‘Sensing Time’ Yasmina Chavez MFA Exhibition
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: Electronic Integrated Arts program at SoAD at NYSCC

Sensing Time is a multimedia/transdisciplinary MFA exhibition by EIA graduate Yasmina Chavez. The show will include several multi-channel videos, sound works, and a live performance during the night of the opening that will feature choreographed action and improvisational dance.

04/12/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

04/12/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

04/12/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

04/13/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/13/2016
Visiting Artist: Matthias Pliessnig
- (9:00 AM - 11:00 PM) Sponsored by: Foundations

Matthias is an acclaimed furniture designer and sculptor using steam-bent wood to create contemporary functional and sculptural forms.

He is a recipient of the prestigious Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant and a Knight Foundation Fellowship.

He is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum and the Museum of Art and Design in New York.

Matthias is visiting us from Brooklyn, where he lives and works.

Please check out his website here: http://www.matthias-studi...

04/13/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/13/2016
How Great Leaders Lead: Styles of Those We Admire
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/13/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/13/2016
Saxon Sidekicks Mentoring Program
- (5:30 PM - 6:00 PM) On April 13 at 5:30 p.m. and April 14 at 2:20 p.m. there will be an informative workshop at the Leadership Center for those interested in becoming a mentor for the 2016-17 Freshmen at Alfred U.

If you can not make these meetings but are interested in becoming a mentor please email leadership@alfred.edu

04/13/2016
Reservations Due April 13 for Passover Seder (April 22)
- (6:00 PM - 8:30 PM) Make your reservations now for Hillel at Alfred’s Passover Seder, Friday, April 22!

04/14/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/14/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/14/2016
Scholes Lecture
- (11:20 AM - 12:10 PM) The annual Scholes Lecture will be presented by Dr. David L. Morse, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Corning, Inc.

04/14/2016
Cupcakes with Chemists
- (11:20 AM - 12:10 PM) Cupcakes with Chemists!
AU Chemistry is Hosting Cupcakes with Chemists with
Dr. Ruth Bowers and Dr. John D’Angelo.

Thursday, April 14 from 11:20 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Chem Cave, Myers 215

Learn more about what AU Chemistry has to offer!
Bring Your Lunch, Bring a Friend!

04/14/2016
Saxon Sidekicks Mentoring Program
- (5:30 PM - 6:00 PM) On April 13 at 5:30 p.m. and April 14 at 2:20 p.m. there will be an informative workshop at the Leadership Center for those interested in becoming a mentor for the 2016-17 Freshmen at Alfred U.

If you can not make these meetings but are interested in becoming a mentor please email leadership@alfred.edu

04/14/2016
Artist-in-Residence Presentation: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Current IEA artists Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke will be holding an artist presentation of their past and current work on Thursday, April 14 at 6 p.m. in room 205 of the McGee Pavilion (aka the Sound Studio).

Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight-knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

Klug and Tiedtke have been focusing on work involving zinc plates that have been in two previous exhibitions where visitors left marks over time and, after being cut down into records, were played in a space in New York, with the record needles leaving an etching into the plates as time passed.

Klug and Tiedtke have been using various methods to produce prints from these plates for the artwork for covers and an eventual release of recordings of the gallery space and the zinc plate on vinyl. They will present their progress on this project as well as their previous work.

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/14/2016
Bingo for Food
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) SAB hosts BINGO night where the winners recieve bags of groceries to help them get through the last weeks of the semester.

04/15/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtk
- (All Day) Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Bernd Klug and Johanna Tiedtke of Brooklyn will be participating in a two-week artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts beginning April 14.

Working under the collective name BEARING, Tiedtke, a German painter, and Klug, an Austrian sound artist, began their collaboration working on the album "Cold Commodities" and would see their work grow organically by building a tight knit net of relations between sound and imprint, making use of acoustics, human interactions, geographic locations, personal viewpoints, and time as interchanging factors.

BEARING has held exhibitions at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach, Austria, and at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

Tiedtke and Klug’s ambitious proposal will see the team continuing work on their project installed originally at the Galerie Freihausgasse Villach involving zinc plates which visitors to the show left visual and acoustic traces through touching them. These zinc plates were scanned and translated into 12" vinyl records and, for a release, Tiedke and Klug intend to produce prints from these records as well as design and print album covers for an eventual release of these records.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://klug.klingt.org/

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

04/15/2016
Shabbat Dinner (slightly fishy)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Hillel will be hosting a slightly fishy shabbat dinner this Friday at 6:30 p.m. This will include fish tacos and may also include some other fish... We honestly haven’t really thought too hard about it yet, but we will!

Stop on by if you’d like to find out! Also, please RSVP if you plan to attend.

04/15/2016
Choral Concert- From Africa to Motown
- (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM) The AU Chorus, AU Chamber Singers, and Alfred Volunteer Choir Company present music from Africa and with African roots in American soil.

04/15/2016
’Human Nature’: MFA Sculpture Exhibition by Ben Gazs
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Sponsored by: School of Art and Design, Alfred Sculpture, College of Ceramics

A one-night thesis exhibition displayed in the dilapidated yet timelessly beautiful Old Post Office in Hornell. Interactive and immersive works ask the viewer to question what it truly means to be a modern human within the natural world.

04/16/2016
Spring Into Action Day of Service
- (8:30 AM - 2:00 PM) Spring Into Action is Alfred’s annual spring day of service. Students, faculty, and staff from Alfred University and Alfred State volunteer to help local service organizations with projects. Lunch and transportation provided.

Sign up by Wednesday, April 13 to volunteer by emailing Corey Fecteau, AU’s Service Learning Coordinator, at fecteauc@alfred.edu.

04/16/2016
5K-9 Run & Cat Walk!
- (9:30 AM - 12:00 PM) On Saturday, April 16, a group of Alfred University School of Art and Design students will host the first annual "5K-9 Run & Cat Walk" fundraiser for the Hornell Area Humane Society (HAHS).

Cost: General Early Admission $20
General Event Day Registration $25
Student Early Registration $10
Student Event Day Registration $15

Sponsored by: Division of Expanded Media

The run/walk will begin on the Brick (residence hall) lawn, on campus, at 9:30 a.m.

The event was created to raise money and awareness of the plight of abandoned and abused pets that are cared for by devoted staff and volunteers at the Hornell Shelter.

The "5K-9 Run & Cat Walk" is designed to appeal to animal lovers. State Trooper Dean E. Nolte and K-9 Nugent are expected to join the day’s activities. The Humane Society will bring shelter animals. Participants are encouraged to bring their families and pets to join in the fun.

The first 100 people to register will receive a free bandana that has been designed to mark the day.

To register online, please visit: commerce.cashnet.com/aupay
and click Student Activities. (See link and poster below)

To register in person, visit the Hornell Humane Society at
7649 Industrial Park Road, Hornell.

You may also "Share" the event from the Hornell Area Humane Society Facebook page, sign up for the run/walk, or make a donation.

For more information, please contact
Barbara Stephens, Executive Director,
Hornell Area Humane Society
607.324.1270
barbara@hornellanimalshelter.org
OR
Anna Burke
aib1@alfred.edu

04/16/2016
Dodge Ball Tournament
- (1:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Dodge Ball Tournament run by AU Business Students. All profits are being donated to charity; there will also be a $50 prize for the winning team.

$2 per person with 5-person teams.

Saturday, April 16th 1-4 P.M.; all AU students welcome. Email BMN1@alfred.edu if interested in signing up.

04/16/2016
LUCID Emily Duke & Lydia Johnson MFA Thesis Exhibi
- (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by Committee or Division: Graduate Ceramics

04/16/2016
Raíces: Amor Prohibido
- (6:00 PM - 7:30 PM) Poder Latino’s annual cultural showcase. Amor Prohibido, a story of forbidden love between two Alfred students, one from University and the other from State. Will the two overcome their differences and find a way to be together? Come to the show to find out! (Also there’s free food at intermission.)

04/16/2016
MFA Thesis Exhibition/Deft Perception: Hannah Thompsett, Bailey Arend
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Date: Saturday 4/16-Tuesday 4/19

Time: Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 7-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: Monday, April 18, 11:30 a.m.

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 1-3 p.m.

Sponsored by: Division of Ceramics, School of Art and Design

Please join us for the MFA thesis exhibition of Hannah Thompsett and Bailey Arend, two graduate students from the Division of Ceramics.

04/16/2016
AU Symphony Orchestra Concert
- (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM) This concert features Ithaca cellist Zachary Sweet in a performance of the Saint Saens Cello Concert. Free admission.

04/16/2016
Comedian Joel Kim Booster
- (10:00 PM - 11:30 PM) Joel Kim Booster is a Chicago-bred, Brooklyn-based comedian and writer. He has been featured on MTV and Logo.

04/17/2016
Cultivating Wellness Conference
- (10:30 AM - 4:00 PM) The goal of the Cultivating Wellness Conference is to provide our community with an uplifting educational experience about holistic well-being - living one’s life in a way that is supportive of the body, the mind, and the environment. Come spend your Sunday learning new things while meeting new friends!

This event is FREE and open to all - students, faculty and staff, and community members! Read more here: https://www.facebook.com/...

To SIGN UP, click the link below!

Presented by members of the Women’s Leadership Academy at the Judson Leadership Center
Co-Sponsored by Green Alfred

04/17/2016
Alfred Farmers Market Recruitment Fair
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) This Sunday, April 17 from 2-4 p.m., the Alfred Farmers Market will be hosting a vendor recruitment fair at the Alfred Village Bandstand.

A selection of vendors will be present with wood-fired pizza, meats, and other local products available for purchase.

Information will be available for growers and artisans interested in joining the market this summer.

Students: You make crafts? Bring a table and your best pieces for a free opportunity for vending your ware!

04/17/2016
Student Recital
- (3:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Student Recital will feature brass, woodwinds, strings, and piano.

04/18/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Christopher Kaczmarek
- (All Day) Date: April 18-22
Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics
Cost: N/A
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Christopher Kaczmarek of New York, NY, will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts over the week of April 18.

Receiving his MFA from SUNY Purchase with a concentration in Sculpture and New Media, Christopher draws on his foundational knowledge of how materials communicate to explore the interactions of people with their physical and cerebral environments. Through traditional and experimental practices, Christopher creates work designed to guide viewers towards a deeper contemplation about the environment they inhabit.

Christopher intends to work on creating a social and hardware/software structure for the collection and procedural remixing and presentation of audio and video that is produced by the participants as part of their travel to the event.

Participants will record their travel to the event by whatever means they have available to them and submit these to a collection which will be live to create a video mash-up of a collective narrative of everyone’s individual journey to the event.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://www.chriskaczmarek...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/18/2016
MFA Thesis Exhibition/Deft Perception: Hannah Thompsett, Bailey Arend
- (11:30 AM - 1:00 PM) Date: Saturday 4/16-Tuesday 4/19

Time: Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 7-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: Monday, April 18, 11:30 a.m.

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 1-3 p.m.

Sponsored by: Division of Ceramics, School of Art and Design

Please join us for the MFA thesis exhibition of Hannah Thompsett and Bailey Arend, two graduate students from the Division of Ceramics.

04/18/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/19/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Christopher Kaczmarek
- (All Day) Date: April 18-22
Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics
Cost: N/A
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Christopher Kaczmarek of New York, NY, will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts over the week of April 18.

Receiving his MFA from SUNY Purchase with a concentration in Sculpture and New Media, Christopher draws on his foundational knowledge of how materials communicate to explore the interactions of people with their physical and cerebral environments. Through traditional and experimental practices, Christopher creates work designed to guide viewers towards a deeper contemplation about the environment they inhabit.

Christopher intends to work on creating a social and hardware/software structure for the collection and procedural remixing and presentation of audio and video that is produced by the participants as part of their travel to the event.

Participants will record their travel to the event by whatever means they have available to them and submit these to a collection which will be live to create a video mash-up of a collective narrative of everyone’s individual journey to the event.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://www.chriskaczmarek...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/19/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/19/2016
Salary Negotiations
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/19/2016
Jennifer Niederhauser-Schlup /Randall Chair Lecture
- (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Sponsored by: Division of Drawing, Painting and Photography

Swiss artist Jennifer Niederhauser-Schlup uses photography as modifier of vision and to complicate our conception of reality. Through manipulation of photographic space, she creates an unstable flow of information in order to confuse visual experience, deftly combining images to create perceived, unreal perfection.

In each body of work, she photographs objects, people and landscapes, building strange and ambiguous narratives. Constructed objects in the studio and heavy post-production digital editing further the illusory quality of Niederhauser-Schlup’s world, as she searches for an uncertain truth.

Jennifer Niederhauser-Schlup’s work has been exhibited widely, including BEARSPACE gallery in London, the Unseen Photo Fair + Festival in Amsterdam, and East Wing Gallery in Dubai.

Her work has been published in Foam Magazine, Landscape Stories and Stand Quarterly.

Along with her collaborator, Florine Bonaventure, she founded Adventice Editions, a multidisciplinary editorial project. Adventice was featured in the Swiss Focus room at MoMA PS1’s New York Art Book Fair in 2013.

Niederhauser-Schlup received a BFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and a Masters in Art Direction/Photoraphy from the University of Art and Design Lausanne (ECAL).

04/19/2016
’Schindler’s List’
- (7:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Free.

04/19/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

04/19/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

04/19/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

04/20/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Christopher Kaczmarek
- (All Day) Date: April 18-22
Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics
Cost: N/A
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Christopher Kaczmarek of New York, NY, will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts over the week of April 18.

Receiving his MFA from SUNY Purchase with a concentration in Sculpture and New Media, Christopher draws on his foundational knowledge of how materials communicate to explore the interactions of people with their physical and cerebral environments. Through traditional and experimental practices, Christopher creates work designed to guide viewers towards a deeper contemplation about the environment they inhabit.

Christopher intends to work on creating a social and hardware/software structure for the collection and procedural remixing and presentation of audio and video that is produced by the participants as part of their travel to the event.

Participants will record their travel to the event by whatever means they have available to them and submit these to a collection which will be live to create a video mash-up of a collective narrative of everyone’s individual journey to the event.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://www.chriskaczmarek...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/20/2016
30 Hour Famine, 2016
- (All Day) Wednesday, April 20 (noon) - Thursday, April 21 (6 p.m.)

The 30-Hour Famine has become a Newman Club spring semester tradition. Participants fast for 30 hours in solidarity with those who go hungry throughout the world, and all money raised goes to a community in need, as selected by the participants.

Participants begin the Famine at noon on the 20th on their own. The Famine will conclude with a special dinner in the St. Jude Lounge at 6 p.m. on the 21st.

Interested? Create a profile at 30hourfamine.org/login, and join our team, "Alfred Newman Club." You do not have to be a Newman Club member to participate.

04/20/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/20/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/20/2016
Ethics, Values, and Leadership
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/20/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/20/2016
Artist Statement Workshop
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Do you have an art show coming up? Are you wondering what to write in your artist statement?

Come to a workshop with Mary McInnes and Writing Center tutors on how to write an artist statement!

04/21/2016
30 Hour Famine, 2016
- (All Day) Wednesday, April 20 (noon) - Thursday, April 21 (6 p.m.)

The 30-Hour Famine has become a Newman Club spring semester tradition. Participants fast for 30 hours in solidarity with those who go hungry throughout the world, and all money raised goes to a community in need, as selected by the participants.

Participants begin the Famine at noon on the 20th on their own. The Famine will conclude with a special dinner in the St. Jude Lounge at 6 p.m. on the 21st.

Interested? Create a profile at 30hourfamine.org/login, and join our team, "Alfred Newman Club." You do not have to be a Newman Club member to participate.

04/21/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Christopher Kaczmarek
- (All Day) Date: April 18-22
Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics
Cost: N/A
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Christopher Kaczmarek of New York, NY, will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts over the week of April 18.

Receiving his MFA from SUNY Purchase with a concentration in Sculpture and New Media, Christopher draws on his foundational knowledge of how materials communicate to explore the interactions of people with their physical and cerebral environments. Through traditional and experimental practices, Christopher creates work designed to guide viewers towards a deeper contemplation about the environment they inhabit.

Christopher intends to work on creating a social and hardware/software structure for the collection and procedural remixing and presentation of audio and video that is produced by the participants as part of their travel to the event.

Participants will record their travel to the event by whatever means they have available to them and submit these to a collection which will be live to create a video mash-up of a collective narrative of everyone’s individual journey to the event.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://www.chriskaczmarek...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/21/2016
Play Production - ’Where all good rabbits go’
- (6:00 AM - 7:30 PM) ’Where all good rabbits go" is a piece of new writing by Karina Cochran, directed by Nazim Kourgli. This colourful, uplifting production features talented performers from varying disciplines. It will be presented in the CD Smith Theatre at Alfred University.

6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21

6 p.m. on Friday, April 22

2 p.m. on Saturday, April 23 (matinee)

70 minutes. Contains some strong language. No late entry. 

04/21/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/21/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/21/2016
Bergren Forum
- (12:10 PM - 1:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost Office will be meeting Thursday April 21st at 12:10 PM in the Nevins Theatre, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Otto Muller
Topic: "Trilobites", "Tourmaline" and "Pollution": A Geospatial Index of NY State Geology for Google Earth, iPhones, iPads, etc.

Otto Muller, Professor of Geology, will discuss how and why he is constructing and accessible database which currently covers 40 NY State Geological Association Guidebooks (1956 - 1994) and includes 443 field trips with over 6,000 stops and views.

04/21/2016
Interested in a PreHealth Scholarship? Free Pizza?
- (12:15 PM - 1:00 PM) Join the PreVet Club and the Division of Biology
Thursday, April 21
12:15-1 p.m.
Science Center 303
*FREE PIZZA**

Learn about scholarships available through the Navy for prehealth fields such as medical and dental school. Some are still available for this coming Fall! If you have questions, contact Dr. Heather Zimbler-DeLorenzo, zimbler@alfred.edu.

04/21/2016
Citizenship 101 - Get Involved
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Judson Leadership Center Spring 2016 Workshop

04/22/2016
IEA Visiting Artist: Christopher Kaczmarek
- (All Day) Date: April 18-22
Location: The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics
Cost: N/A
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Christopher Kaczmarek of New York, NY, will be participating in an artist residency at the Institute for Electronic Arts over the week of April 18.

Receiving his MFA from SUNY Purchase with a concentration in Sculpture and New Media, Christopher draws on his foundational knowledge of how materials communicate to explore the interactions of people with their physical and cerebral environments. Through traditional and experimental practices, Christopher creates work designed to guide viewers towards a deeper contemplation about the environment they inhabit.

Christopher intends to work on creating a social and hardware/software structure for the collection and procedural remixing and presentation of audio and video that is produced by the participants as part of their travel to the event.

Participants will record their travel to the event by whatever means they have available to them and submit these to a collection which will be live to create a video mash-up of a collective narrative of everyone’s individual journey to the event.

More information and work can be found on Klug’s website: http://www.chriskaczmarek...

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

04/22/2016
Play Production - ’Where all good rabbits go’
- (6:00 AM - 7:30 PM) ’Where all good rabbits go" is a piece of new writing by Karina Cochran, directed by Nazim Kourgli. This colourful, uplifting production features talented performers from varying disciplines. It will be presented in the CD Smith Theatre at Alfred University.

6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21

6 p.m. on Friday, April 22

2 p.m. on Saturday, April 23 (matinee)

70 minutes. Contains some strong language. No late entry. 

04/22/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/22/2016
Composting 101 Seminar
- (12:20 PM - 1:00 PM) Learn more about the importance of composting! Specifics covered will include simple methods and techniques used to effectively compost food waste on a residential scale. A briefing of the prospective 2016 Residential Composting Program will also be provided.

04/22/2016
RE://ROUTE-a Participatory Video-Sound Environment
- (4:30 PM - 7:00 PM) Current IEA Artist-in-Residence Christopher Kaczmarek will hold a participatory video-sound environment piece Friday, April 22 at 4:30 p.m. in McGee 205 (the Sound Studio).

Attendees should bring short video recordings of their journey to the event on either a mobile device or from a device that records to SD card. These recordings will become content for the event.

Pizza and soda will be provided.

04/22/2016
Student-Directed Plays!
- (6:00 PM - 2:00 PM) Advanced Directing students are presenting 3 plays, Thursday - Sunday:
Thursday, Friday: "Where All Good Rabbits Go," directed by Naz Kourgli
(6&8 P.M.) "The Value of Names," directed by Brian O’Connor
Saturday: (2 P.M.) "Where All Good Rabbits Go," (Naz Kourgli)

Saturday: (6 P.M.) "Brownstone," Abby Hurley/Niki Kimball

Sunsay:(7 P.M.) "Brownstone"

Come one, come all! Free admission, CD Smith Theatre, Miller Performing Arts Center

04/22/2016
Big Spring Concert
- (7:00 PM - 12:00 AM) See these bands before they get big - for just $5.
Machine Heart and Smallpools are quickly gaining followers and fans. Asher Roth has already established a national name with his I LOVE COLLEGE hit but his newer music is being welcomed with critical praise. Come take a listen. (Doors at 7, show at 8)

04/22/2016
Symphonic Band Concert
- (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM) The Symphonic Band will fill the hall with beautiful music.
Tickets Required

04/23/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/23/2016
Play Production - ’Where all good rabbits go’
- (2:00 PM - 3:30 PM) ’Where all good rabbits go" is a piece of new writing by Karina Cochran, directed by Nazim Kourgli. This colourful, uplifting production features talented performers from varying disciplines. It will be presented in the CD Smith Theatre at Alfred University.

2 p.m. Saturday, April 23 (matinee)

70 minutes. Contains some strong language. No late entry. 

04/23/2016
Student-Directed Plays!
- (6:00 PM - 2:00 PM) Advanced Directing students are presenting 3 plays, Thursday - Sunday:
Thursday, Friday: "Where All Good Rabbits Go," directed by Naz Kourgli
(6&8 P.M.) "The Value of Names," directed by Brian O’Connor
Saturday: (2 P.M.) "Where All Good Rabbits Go," (Naz Kourgli)

Saturday: (6 P.M.) "Brownstone," Abby Hurley/Niki Kimball

Sunsay:(7 P.M.) "Brownstone"

Come one, come all! Free admission, CD Smith Theatre, Miller Performing Arts Center

04/23/2016
Alfred Boffer Club Formal
- (6:00 PM - 1:00 AM) Alfred Boffer Club is hosting a formal tournament.
Dress professionally and battle with boffer weapons.
It costs $5 to participate in the tournament.
Food will be provided and there is a cash prize for the top 3 fighters.

Participants must contact JWW3@alfred.edu or RBM3@alfred.edu to register before the event.

04/23/2016
Solving Problems with Big Data
- (11:00 PM - 12:00 PM) On Saturday (April 23) at 11 A.M., Taylor Stearns, a field engineer and consultant for Palantir Technologies in New York City, will be on campus.

Palantir is a Silicon Valley company with offices in California, New York City, Washington, D.C., London, and Tel Aviv. It specializes in developing software that allows organizations to solve real-world problems with Big Data, one of the most challenging and important new high-tech fields.

Stearns has agreed to speak to AU students who would like to learn more about the field. His talk (a conversation, not a lecture) will last for about about 45 minutes. Kanakadea Hall Room 105.

04/24/2016
Spring Showcase
- (7:30 PM - 11:10 AM) Come join us for a fun night of lively a cappella music. There will be refreshments and admission is free!

04/25/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/26/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/26/2016
Open Meeting With the Provost
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) ATS Council is sponsoring an open informational meeting with Provost Rick Stephens, who will discuss the current state and future plans for Academic Affairs. All are welcome to attend.

04/26/2016
Marijuana Discussion Panel
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The AU Honors Program is holding an academic discussion about legalization of marijuana in the United States. Panel members will discuss a wide range of relevant topics such as social stigma, health concerns, psychological effects, government regulation, and more!

04/26/2016
Reading and Reflection
- (8:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Take a closer look at the weekly scriptures. Bring only a curious heart and an open mind - all are welcome!

04/26/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

04/26/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

04/27/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

04/27/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/27/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/27/2016
IART Student Exhibition
- (4:30 PM - 6:00 PM) The students of IART 102 and 104 are presenting artwork from this semester!

Opening reception: Wednesday April 27, 4:30-6 p.m.
In the Brick Studios.
Exhibition continues Thursday-Friday Noon-5 p.m.

04/27/2016
Hawk Creek Presents: Lord of the Wings
- (5:00 PM - 6:00 PM) Join Pre-Vet Club in welcoming back Hawk Creek with its program Lord of the Wings, featuring 5-6 birds of prey and flying demonstrations. Admission is free.

04/27/2016
Yoga Classes
- (5:15 PM - 6:45 PM) Hatha yoga classes taught by a Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (fbeach@alfred.edu)

04/27/2016
Cleveland’s Brew Garden (Cleveland, OH)
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Join Doreen Edwards, dean of AU’s Inamori School of Engineering, AU faculty members and students for a casual evening of mingling & networking with Alfred alumni and friends in conjunction with the 2016 Ceramics Expo. Complimentary refreshments will be served.

04/28/2016
Travel to Belize with the Tropical Ecology C7class
- Interested in tropical ecology, evolution, and conservation biology?

Travel to Belize with the Tropical Biology course during Allen Term 2016 (January 2017). Emphasis will be on the structure, function, and conservation of rainforest and coral reef ecosystems and the species that comprise those systems.

Excursions on the trip include a canoe float on Sibun River, visit to Altun Ha and Community Baboon Sanctuary, jaguar reserve night hike, snorkeling in the South Water Caye Reserve, and more.

Come to an information session on Thursday, April 28 at 10 a.m. in Science Center 327 or Tuesday, May 2 at 3 p.m. in Science Center 303 for more information. Contact Dr. ZD - zimbler@alfred.edu.

04/28/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

04/28/2016
Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

04/28/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/28/2016
Bergren Forum - ’Drawn to Diversity Turns 10’
- (12:10 PM - 12:00 PM) The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Provost’s Office will be meeting at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, April 28 in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker Dan Napolitano
Topic: "Drawn to Diversity turns 10" - Director of Student Activities will discuss the achievements of the DTD program which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.

04/28/2016
Undergraduate Research Forum
- (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Undergraduate students from across the University will present their scholarly and creative work at this annual event.

04/29/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

04/29/2016
Free Professional Headshots
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Come to the Career Development Center to have a free professional headshot taken! No appointment is needed. This photo can be used for your LinkedIn profile and other social media networks! Dress appropriately.

04/29/2016
Free LinkedIn Head Shots
- (10:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Are you using LinkedIn and other social media sites for networking, internships, and job searching? Do you need an updated profile photo?

Stop by the Career Development Center Friday, April 29 to have your photo taken. No appointment necessary; just visit the Steinheim castle between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

04/29/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/29/2016
April Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) The final Women’s and Gender Studies Roundtable of the academic year will be this Friday, April 29, from 12:20 - 1:10 p.m. in the Judson Leadership Center. Jasmine Ramon will be presenting her WGST capstone project on the portrayal of Latinas in the media.

The 10th cohort of the Women’s Leadership Academy will also be presenting capstone projects. The Women’s and Gender Studies roundtables are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

If you are interested in presenting at a future Women’s and Gender Studies roundtable, please contact Sandra Singer at fsinger@alfred.edu

04/29/2016
Honors Convocation Friday, April 29, 4 p.m.
- (4:00 PM - 5:30 PM) This is an opportunity for the Alfred University community to honor our "best and brightest" students. We also take this occasion to honor and acknowledge several distinguished faculty. Come and support your friends and faculty.

A reception in Ade Hall Lobby will follow the Convocation.

04/29/2016
Shabbat Dinner (Passover Style)
- (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Matzo Ball Soup, Matzo, and Other Matzo-related foods will be served at this casual Passover-themed dinner.

Kiddish will be said promptly at 6:30 p.m. and soup and such will be served until the soup is gone! Bring lots of friends; we have lots of soup (N’ Such).

Please RSVP to HILLEL@ALFRED.EDU by THURSDAY evening if you plan to attend!

04/29/2016
Jazz Band Concert
- (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM) The Jazz Band will swing, groove, and rock for an evening of great music.

04/30/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

04/30/2016
Hot Dog Day Student Showcase
- (12:00 PM - 5:00 PM) Talented performers from AU and A State will be highlighted in this event!

04/30/2016
Mud Olympics
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Watch teams compete in a mud pit!

04/30/2016
Hornell Art Walk
- (4:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Hornell Art Walk will be an exciting exhibition of work by more than 50 artists throughout downtown Hornell. It will take place Saturday April 30 from 4 to 8 p.m.

The Hornell Art Walk is a collaboration between Alfred University’s Space and Place class (which has been working in Hornell since January), The Hornell Community Arts Center, other students and faculty of AU’s Sculpture/Dimensional Studies Division, the City of Hornell, and artists and organizations working in Hornell. The Art Walk features site-specific installations, exhibitions, open studios, and activities for the whole family.

Maps of all locations are available at the Hornell Community Arts Center and other locations on the Art Walk (some exhibits have specific running times listed on the maps).

A Hornell Area Transit shuttle bus will run between several of the location for the last two hours, 6-8 p.m.

Expect to see: Performances, sculptures, a bicycle-towed mobile field recording and broadcasting station, sculptural cake, interactive displays, live puppet interviews, and more!

Hornell Art Walk is a collaboration between: The City of Hornell, the Hornell Community Arts Center, Alfred University’s Space and Place Class, and Broadway Union.

For more information: hornellcommunityarts@gmail.com
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04/30/2016
Pressure Points
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Sponsored by: SDS

MFA Thesis Show

05/02/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/02/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

05/02/2016
Travel to Belize with the Tropical Ecology C7class
- Interested in tropical ecology, evolution, and conservation biology?

Travel to Belize with the Tropical Biology course during Allen Term 2016 (January 2017). Emphasis will be on the structure, function, and conservation of rainforest and coral reef ecosystems and the species that comprise those systems.

Excursions on the trip include a canoe float on Sibun River, visit to Altun Ha and Community Baboon Sanctuary, jaguar reserve night hike, snorkeling in the South Water Caye Reserve, and more.

Come to an information session on Thursday, April 28 at 10 a.m. in Science Center 327 or Tuesday, May 2 at 3 p.m. in Science Center 303 for more information. Contact Dr. ZD - zimbler@alfred.edu.

05/02/2016
Austyn Taylor Gallery Talk
- (12:15 PM - 2:00 PM) Thesis Exhibition

05/03/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

05/03/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/03/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/03/2016
Stop by to Wish Peggy and Susan Well in Their Retirement!
- (1:00 PM - 3:00 PM) Peggy Broderick and Susan Meacham are retiring and the Career Development Center staff would like to invite you to stop by the CDC between 1-3pm on Tuesday, May 3 to help us wish them well!

05/03/2016
Art History Thesis Presentation by Emily Stoddard
- (2:00 PM - 3:00 PM) Bachelor of Science in Art History and Theory candidate Emily Stoddard will present her thesis "If Collections Could Speak, What Would They Say? A Study of Ten Objects from the Gill Collection of Ceramics" Tuesday May 3 at 2 p.m. in Harder Hall 220. All are welcome.

05/03/2016
(716) Food & Sport, Harborcenter (Buffalo, NY)
- (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Join us in welcoming Dr. Mark Zupan as the 14th President of Alfred University. Dr. Zupan would appreciate the opportunity to meet you, hear your perspectives on Alfred, and share his initial thoughts about how our University might become even better over the years to come. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and an open bar hosted by Board of Trustee Vice Chairman Greg Connors ’92 and Jeni Wetzel Connors ’94.

05/03/2016
Movie Night
- (8:00 PM - 11:00 PM) $2 per person, bus leaves at 8 p.m. from the Brick. Stop into the CSI office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily or after 7:45 p.m. on Tuesdays to sign up and pay for your spot. Space is limited.

05/03/2016
International Folk Dancing
- (8:30 PM - 10:30 PM) We learn and do a variety of International Dances, many from the Balkans, Israel, Armenia, etc.

Everyone is welcome, no partner or experience necessary!

05/04/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/04/2016
Food Drive
- (All Day) AU School Psychology Program’s
2nd Annual FOOD DRIVE
April 26 - May 4

Please donate your non-perishable food items before Graduation or moving at the end of the semester! Boxes will be located in the Science Center on the 4th Floor!

05/04/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/04/2016
Fun with Number Theory - Math Talk with Sterling
- (12:20 PM - 1:10 PM) Details: Sterling Campbell will give a talk that will count as divisional honors. It will be on Wednesday, May 4, from 12:20-1:10 p.m in Myers 228.

Number theory is the branch of mathematics devoted to the study of the integers. The great mathematician, Carl Gauss, referred to number theory as the "Queen of Mathematics" due to its beauty and elegance. In this talk, we will explore a few interesting results that were encountered in an independent study this semester.

This talk is in partial fulfillment of divisional honors in mathematics.

Pizza will be served. Everyone is welcome!

05/04/2016
Therapy Dog Night at Herrick Library!
- (8:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Love animals and need stress relief from studying for finals? Come meet Cole Porter, registered therapy dog and companion of Dr. Lisa Lantz!

05/04/2016
Midnight Breakfast
- (10:30 PM - 12:00 AM) Faculty and staff serve breakfast to students as a nice way to end the semester.

05/05/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/05/2016
Herrick Library Overdue Items
- (All Day) Attention student library patrons who will be leaving the Alfred area after the end of the semester: Please return all materials that are or will soon be overdue to avoid being billed for them over the summer. Thank you!

05/05/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/05/2016
Massage and Acupuncture Night at Herrick!
- (8:00 PM - 10:30 PM) Need stress relief from studying for finals? Herrick will be offering FREE chair massages and acupuncture! Sign-ups will begin at 7:45 p.m.

05/06/2016
Herrick Library Overdue Items
- (All Day) Attention student library patrons who will be leaving the Alfred area after the end of the semester: Please return all materials that are or will soon be overdue to avoid being billed for them over the summer. Thank you!

05/06/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/06/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/06/2016
Gustav Hamilton, an MFA Thesis Exhibition
- (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Gustav Hamilton’s MFA thesis exhibition

05/07/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/07/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/07/2016
IART Senior Exhibition
- (3:00 PM - 6:00 AM) Seniors in the IART Major will present their artworks in the Brick Studios Saturday, May 7 from 3-6 p.m.

05/08/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/09/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/10/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/10/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/11/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/11/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/12/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/12/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/13/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/13/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/14/2016
End-of-Semester Food and Clothing Drive
- (All Day) Sponsored by the Alfred Newman Club.

Monday, May 2 - Saturday, May 14

Donation boxes will be in your residence hall lounge and in the St. Jude Lounge.

Donations to benefit area charities.

Contact Chris or Kate with any questions or concerns!

05/14/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

05/27/2016
Annual Service Award and Retiree Recognition Lunch
- (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM) All faculty and staff are invited to recognize service milestones and say goodbye to our retiring friends and colleagues.

06/10/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

06/10/2016
Sampler of Alfred-area Eateries at McLane
- (5:00 PM - 9:00 PM) Friday evening, June 10 Reunion Weekend events begin with an array of delectable entrees and savory sweets from a number of Alfred-area eateries including the Collegiate; Cider Creek, Canisteo; Milliner’s Southern Smoke, Hornell; Little Sicily; and Terra Cotta.

Plan to join alumni and friends in the comfort of the Joyce & Walton Family Center for Health and Wellness at the McLane Center to try a variety of family-friendly, pay-as-you-go food items from 5-9 p.m.

Bring along the children for fun and games in the Kids’ Corner, provided by the Alfred Montessori School.

06/11/2016
Local Artisans Craft Sale
- (11:00 AM - 3:00 PM) On Saturday, June 11 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. all are invited to the Local Artisans Craft Sale in the Galanis Family Arena in McLane Gym. Vendors on hand will include members of the Allegany Artisans, AU alumni, and many new faces!

Browse displays of pottery, jewelry, wood works, hand-braided rugs, hand-crafted chocolates, sculpture, stained glass, quilted items, and much more.

Some of the artists included in the day’s event include Dick Lang ’71, ceramics; Stefanie Burdick ’93, porcelain; Linda Huey ’93, pottery; Peter McLain ’00, Str8-Eight card game; and LuAnn DiPaglia ’10, jewelry.

Other familiar artists slated to attend are Kay Brooks, dinnerware; Elaine Hardman, pottery/jewelry; Hanna Juekoff, jewelry; Don King, wood turned bowels; Peter Midgley, pottery; and Glenn Zweygardt, sculpture.

Parking will be available behind the McLane Center.

06/11/2016
Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection
- (11:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Guest List: Ceramic Ware from the Gill Collection at Cohen Gallery

Curated by Sharon McConnell’s Spring 2016 Exhibition Design Class: Natalie Burkey, Harrison Csorny, Zoe Kurunow, Jess Stapf, Emily Wright

April 16- Aug. 1, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6-8 p.m.

Bring a Guest and Dress to Impress!

Artists include:
Ayumi Horie, Albion Stafford, Alleghany Meadows, Andrea Gill, Andrew Martin, Aysha Peltz, Betty Woodmen, Bill (William) Brouillard, Brian Taylor, Chinese, D. Wayne Higby, Doug Casebeer, Ed O’Reilly, Gale Dunlap, George Millnes, Gordo Andrus, Illeg Voss, In Chin Lee, Jan Hoag, Janet DeBoos, Jeff Oestreich, John Gill, Josh DeWeese , Kyla Toomey, Larry Clark, Laurie Goldstein, Linda Cordell , Lisa Elwell, Lisa Orr, Liz Sparks, Lorna Meadon, Mark Pharis, Mary Louise Carter, Matt Kelleher, Michael Ashley, Michael Helke, Norm Schulman, Peter Voulkos, Robert Mitchell Shiles (Mitch), Ron Meyers, Ryan Greenheck, Sarah Coote, Sarah Jaeger, Satoru Hoshino, Stacy Erlicker, Sunkoo Yuh, Sunshine Cobb, Tanya Rud-en-nicht, Theodore (Ted) Randall, Tina Gebhart, Todd Wahlstrom , Tony Hepburn, Ty Bradley, Ursula Hargens, Val Cushing, Victor Babu and Wayne Branum.

Plus work from: Akron Stoneware Co., JR (Liberal Arts Pots Collection), Wegman’s and a number of anonymous or unknown works from the U.S. and Korea and China (Sung Dynasty, Ming Dynasty).

You are on the Guest List. Get a glimpse of the personal collection of John and Andrea Gill in the Cohen Gallery this spring and summer.

06/11/2016
Tour Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at the Maris Cuneo Equine Park
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) take a tour of the University’s Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at the Maris Cuneo Equine Park and witness beauty and speed in motion! The center is located off County Road 12/Jericho Hill Road at 5174 Lake Road. This event is free.

06/11/2016
Wine & Canvas - Art Social
- (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) Wine & Canvas event with art instructor Kristi McNulty ’14. She will guide participants in creating a painting of the University’s Steinheim "castle" while socializing and enjoying a beverage in the Cohen Gallery on Main Street.

Participants must be age 21 or older. Space is limited and a $35 pre-registration fee is required.

Please call 607.871.2144 or email alumni@alfred.edu to sign up.

06/11/2016
Evening Jazz Concert
- (8:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Enjoy some magical jazz featuring father and daughter musical soulmates David Miller ’66 and Rebecca DuMaine as they perform arrangements of well-loved and lesser-known jazz in the Miller Performing Arts Center, 8-10 p.m.

Admission is free.

06/13/2016
Patty Crast is Retiring ....
- (1:00 PM - 3:00 PM) Patty Crast will be retiring from Alfred University after almost 22 years of dedicated service. Please join the ITS Department Monday, June 13, 2016 1 - 3 P.M. at Herrick Library Book Ends Café (Lobby area Main Floor) to congratulate Patty and wish her well on her retirement.

There will be snacks, cake, and punch available.

06/15/2016
Ice Cream Social
- (12:00 PM - 1:30 PM) Support Staff and ATS Council will be scooping Ice Cream provided by President Edmondson from noon - 1:30 p.m.

06/16/2016
Oak Hill Country Club (Rochester, NY)
- (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Join us in welcoming Dr. Mark Zupan as the 14th President of Alfred University. Dr. Zupan would appreciate the opportunity to meet you, hear your perspectives on Alfred, and share his initial thoughts about how our University might become even better over the years to come. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and an open bar hosted by Board of Trustee Vice Chairman Greg Connors ’92 and Jeni Wetzel Connors ’94.

06/28/2016
ATS Council - New Overtime Rules with Mark Guinan
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) The Administrative and Technical Specialist (ATS) Council has invited Mark Guinan, Director of Human Resources Services, to talk to us about the new overtime regulations and how they might impact us at our monthly open informational meeting Tuesday, June 28, at noon in Nevins Auditorium.

The U.S. Department of Labor has recently issued new regulations that set a higher weekly salary rate for persons to be exempt from the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA). The new regulations will go into effect on Dec. 1, 2016.

These new regulations will affect you if you are currently a non-faculty, salaried employee earning less than $47,476 annually.

At this point, Mark is still working through the legislation to determine how it will affect different employees at AU, so he will not be able to provide definitive answers to all of our questions. We want you to have an opportunity to start discussing changes now since several people have asked about them.

We will invite Mark to speak to us again in the fall when he will know more. If you would like to read about the legislation before the meeting, here is a link to the relevant Department of Labor FAQ page: https://www.dol.gov/whd/o....


ATS Council

Vicky Westacott - Co-Chp - Enrollment Management
Mark Klingensmith - Co-Chp - NYSCC
Bonnie Dungan - Secretary - Academic Affairs
Jennifer Posener - Academic Affairs
Donna Sturdevant - Business and Finance
Michelle Pomeroy - Enrollment Management
Robin Howard - NYSCC
John Dougherty - Student Affairs
Amanda Khodorkovskaya - Student Affairs
Jessica Hurlbut - Student Affairs
Amy Jacobson - University Relations

07/03/2016
MostArts Opening Gala Concert!!!
- (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM) The MostArts Festival opens with a Gala Concert featuring last year’s Grand Prize Winner Avery Gagliano. Yuval Zaliouk conducting.

Tickets are required, and may be purchased online at the MostArts website or at the door. Reservations may be made by emailing mostarts@alfred.edu or living your information at 607-871-2562. Group and family discounts are available by emailing Mostarts@alfred.edu.

07/04/2016
MostArts Festival Lunchtime "Sound Bites!
- (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) Members of the MostArts Festival Orchestra perform for you! Bring your lunch, or purchase one outside the hall. Free event!

Mozart String Quartet "The Hunt" No. 17 K. 458 1st mvt.
Torelli Trumpet Sonata in D
Popper "Requiem"
Schubert Octet D 803 1st mvt

07/05/2016
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recital
- (6:30 PM - 7:30 PM) Recitals are free; bring a chair and enjoy the music! Today’s recital is at 6:30 so you can also attend the MostArts Concert at 7:30.

July 5 Sonata Duo
Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vreese will perform a program that ranges from Brahms to Sedaka and Sousa to Piazzolla. Rachel, a Yale graduate, and Jakob, a graduate of the Music Academy of Ghent, met at the Royal Carillon School in Belgium and also perform as an oboe and keyboard duo. This recital starts at 6:30 pm due to the MostArts Festival concert at 7:30.

July 12 Mathieu Daniël Polak
Polak, a graduate of the Dutch Carillon School, is a winner of several international carillon competitions. His program will feature songs from Peru, Japan, Israel, the USA, and his native land of Holland. Time: 7 pm

July 19 Gordon Slater
Slater, carillonneur emeritus from the Peace Tower in Ottawa, Canada, is one of the statesmen of the international carillon world. A gifted arranger and player, Slater will perform his arrangements of "Brave Wolf" by the Maritimes, Bacharach’s Raindrops "Keep Fallin’ on My Head," and songs from the musical Brigadoon, as well as works by Strauss, Percival Price, and Allard. Time: 7 pm

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm

07/05/2016
Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series is scheduled for Tuesdays in July, beginning with July 5. With the exception of July 5, all begin at 7 pm at the Davis Memorial Carillon, and go on rain or shine. Contact Performing Arts, performs@alfred.edu or 607-871-2562 for more information.

July 5: Sonata Duo (Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vrees) (note: 6:30 Starting time)
July 12: Mathieu Polak (7 pm)
July 19: Gordon Slater (7 pm)
July 26: Toru Takao (7 pm)

07/12/2016
Windgate Memorial Carillon Recitals
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Bring a chair, and enjoy the music of the carillon.
Concerts are free, and go on rain or shine.

July 12 Mathieu Daniël Polak
Polak, a graduate of the Dutch Carillon School, is a winner of several international carillon competitions. His program will feature songs from Peru, Japan, Israel, the USA, and his native land of Holland. Time: 7 pm

July 19 Gordon Slater
Slater, carillonneur emeritus from the Peace Tower in Ottawa, Canada, is one of the statesmen of the international carillon world. A gifted arranger and player, Slater will perform his arrangements of "Brave Wolf" by the Maritimes, Bacharach’s Raindrops "Keep Fallin’ on My Head," and songs from the musical Brigadoon, as well as works by Strauss, Percival Price, and Allard. Time: 7 pm

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm

07/12/2016
Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series is scheduled for Tuesdays in July, beginning with July 5. With the exception of July 5, all begin at 7 pm at the Davis Memorial Carillon, and go on rain or shine. Contact Performing Arts, performs@alfred.edu or 607-871-2562 for more information.

July 5: Sonata Duo (Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vrees) (note: 6:30 Starting time)
July 12: Mathieu Polak (7 pm)
July 19: Gordon Slater (7 pm)
July 26: Toru Takao (7 pm)

07/19/2016
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recitals
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Bring a chair and enjoy the music of the carillon! The recitals are free, and go on rain or shine.

July 19 Gordon Slater
Slater, carillonneur emeritus from the Peace Tower in Ottawa, Canada, is one of the statesmen of the international carillon world. A gifted arranger and player, Slater will perform his arrangements of "Brave Wolf" by the Maritimes, Bacharach’s Raindrops "Keep Fallin’ on My Head," and songs from the musical Brigadoon, as well as works by Strauss, Percival Price, and Allard. Time: 7 pm

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm

07/19/2016
Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series is scheduled for Tuesdays in July, beginning with July 5. With the exception of July 5, all begin at 7 pm at the Davis Memorial Carillon, and go on rain or shine. Contact Performing Arts, performs@alfred.edu or 607-871-2562 for more information.

July 5: Sonata Duo (Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vrees) (note: 6:30 Starting time)
July 12: Mathieu Polak (7 pm)
July 19: Gordon Slater (7 pm)
July 26: Toru Takao (7 pm)

07/26/2016
Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) The Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series is scheduled for Tuesdays in July, beginning with July 5. With the exception of July 5, all begin at 7 pm at the Davis Memorial Carillon, and go on rain or shine. Contact Performing Arts, performs@alfred.edu or 607-871-2562 for more information.

July 5: Sonata Duo (Rachel Perfecto and Jakob De Vrees) (note: 6:30 Starting time)
July 12: Mathieu Polak (7 pm)
July 19: Gordon Slater (7 pm)
July 26: Toru Takao (7 pm)

07/26/2016
Wingate Memorial Carillon Recitals
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Bring a chair, and enjoy the music of the carillon. The recitals are free, and go on rain or shine.

July 26 Toru Takao
Takao, a native of Japan, fell in love with the carillon while studying in Europe. A winner of several international carillon competitions, he lives in Germany and promotes the German and Japanese carillon cultures. His program will include classical works by Strauss, Mozart and Saint-Saens, the Japanese folk song "Sakura", a medley of tunes from Japanese animation, "The Entertainer" by Joplin, and "I Got Rhythm" by Gershwin. Time: 7 pm

08/26/2016
Foreign Language Placement Exam
- (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM) Foreign Language Placement Exam

Exams are given in French, German and Spanish.

Who needs to take the Placement Exam?
• Students who have taken more than two years of a language in high school and who intend to take the same language at AU must take the exam.
• Students who are bilingual or native speakers or who have spoken the language at home.
• Students do NOT need to take the exam if they did not study a language previously or if they are planning to take a different language in college.
• Students who wish to demonstrate proficiency in another language should contact Dr. Kerry Kautzman about procedures.

Please remember to bring your student ID and a 2 pencil.*

08/29/2016
Foreign Language Placement Exam
- (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) Foreign Language Placement Exam

Exams are given in French, German, and Spanish.

Who needs to take the Placement Exam?
• Students who have taken more than two years of a language in high school and who intend to take the same language at AU must take the exam.
• Students who are bilingual or native speakers or who have spoken the language at home.
• Students do NOT need to take the exam if they did not study a language previously or if they are planning to take a different language in college.
• Students who wish to demonstrate proficiency in another language should contact Dr. Kerry Kautzman about procedures.

Please remember to bring your student ID and a 2 pencil.*

09/23/2016
GOLDs Reunion at Homecoming
- (All Day) Graduates of the Last Decade will be celebrating their Reunion at Homecoming beginning in 2016! Details to come soon.

09/24/2016
GOLDs Reunion at Homecoming
- (All Day) Graduates of the Last Decade will be celebrating their Reunion at Homecoming beginning in 2016! Details to come soon.

09/24/2016
Homecoming 2016
- (All Day) Details coming soon!

09/25/2016
GOLDs Reunion at Homecoming
- (All Day) Graduates of the Last Decade will be celebrating their Reunion at Homecoming beginning in 2016! Details to come soon.


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