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    We continue to receive official looking emails that are Phishing for user network login credentials. In the last few days, we have been receiving a barrage of fraudulent emails that are reportedly coming from ADP. As we receive these emails, ITS is working quickly to delete them. Please be wary of these emails and do not provide a your network username or password.


    Posted by: roberts
    August 21, 2017, there will be a total eclipse of the Sun visible across a long, narrow strip of the US. AU will be leading a trip to Missouri to see it. The next eclipse visible in the US will be in 2024.

    There are two ways you can be part of this trip:

    1. ASTR 200- Eclipse 2017 is an A block, intro-level course for 2 credit hours that begins with the eclipse. It carries lab credit. (F-I, F1) Students registered for that course will have a big part of the expense for the trip subsidized by the University. (we estimate your cost at under $200).

    2. Alums, faculty, students and friends of the University can attend as "full-pays", with an estimated cost of about $500. Less if we fill the bus.

    For more information contact Dave Toot tootgd@alfred.edu or see Stull Observatory at Alfred University Facebook page

    Link: Stull Observatory-at-Alfred University
    Attachment: Eclipse 2017


    Posted by: yocum
    Get your program in the queue! The Office of International Programs is now accepting proposals for 2018 faculty-led study abroad programs. Please complete the AU Faculty-Led Proposal Form by April 1st for priority consideration.

    Attachment: AU Faculty-Led Proposal Form


    Posted by: marion
    Robin Caster-Howard is retiring on March 10th, after serving the School of Art and Design for 24 years; we wish her well!
    Join us for a celebration of her many contributions to our students and programs on Wednesday, March 1st, from 3-4 pm in the BMH conference room.



    Posted by: johnsonc
    Please see the attached document for help finding links to BannerWeb, Canvas, U:drive, Beacon and People Search on my.alfred.edu.
    Link: MyAU Portal
    Attachment: Icon Links


    Posted by: linza
    Where is AU Connect, AU Report It, Banner (INB login), Password Info, My Printing, and Submit Alfred Today on the new portal my.alfred.edu. Check out the attachment for information on Useful Links.
    Link: MyAU Portal
    Attachment: Useful Links


    Posted by: linza
  • Alfred Today

    ATS Council is sponsoring an open meeting with Kathy Woughter, who will speak to us about retention efforts and plans for the future. Please bring your own ideas on how we can improve retention. All are welcome. Tuesday, February 28 at 12:00 noon in Nevins.

    Submitted by: Vicky Westacott

    All May graduates: Place your order for your Cap & Gown (along with hood and tassel) at the AU Bookstore BY MARCH 23, 2017. Payment is required at the time of ordering. Bachelor complete unit w/tax (cap, gown, tassel, hood ) is $ 68.49, Master complete unit
    $72.67.

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

    All employees should understand that certain forms of information such as social security numbers and credit card information should never be communicated through email. It is important that all employees follow the "Private Information and Email" policy in the link below...

    Submitted by: Gary Roberts

    Want to learn more about basic nutrition and how to maintain a healthy diet?

    Want a FREE Saxon Swipe?

    If so, look no further than AVI Nutritionist, Michelle Apple, and her presentation on Nutrition!

    When: February 28
    Where: Nevins Theatre
    Time: 12:15 PM

    Attending Michelle's presentation earns you a Free Saxon Swipe!

    Michelle will be available to speak with in Ade from 5:30-7:30 pm the evening of her presentation.

    Submitted by: Amanda Khodorkovskaya

    Bowling Club's semester league invites a team of 4 faculty/staff members to bowl with the members of the club each week they go. If you are interested, Check AUconnect at the bowling club's event page, or email ABC@alfred.edu for more information and to choose a week that works best for your schedule.
    There is a schedule attached.

    Attachment: Schedule_2017_sp.docx

    Submitted by: Keshawn Laplante

    March 30th.

    Meet with Expert-in-Residence Bryan Wheaton, Ph.D., Research Manager - Microscopy and Surface Analysis. Ask career questions or questions about Corning Inc.

    Space is limited , sign up on Saxon Joblink soon!

    Submitted by: Valerie Daciw

    Please see the attached document for help finding links to BannerWeb, Canvas, U:drive, Beacon and People Search on my.alfred.edu.

    Attachment: Icon Links

    Submitted by: Judy Linza

    "The Gay Alliance's SafeZone program was created to develop, enhance and maintain environments in workplaces, schools and other social settings that are culturally competent and supportive to LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) individuals, as well as straight, cisgender people who care about diversity, equality and inclusion."

    Upcoming Training:
    Wednesday, March 8th from 1:00-4:00pm

    Please contact Eliza Ordway ordway@alfred.edu to register for this session.

    Submitted by: Eliza Ordway

    Marist College is offering a six week Albany Internship Experience Summer Program. Students in communications, criminal justice, environmental studies, history, political science, psychology and sociology are ideally suited to benefit from the program.

    The program runs from May 22-June 30th, 2017 and the application deadline is March 1st, 2017.



    Submitted by: Valerie Daciw

    March 20-24

    The Institute for Electronic Arts at the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics

    Sponsored by Committee or Division: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media
    The IEA welcomes Zorica Colic of New York, NY, as our artist in residence over the week of March 20th. Zorica, who received her MFA from the Electronic Integrated Arts program of the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Zorica's work researches how contemporary life is structured and manipulated, with particular emphasis on the implications of the biopolitical management of human life. Through various hybridized forms of display, her works explore the complex relationships between politics, art and consumer worlds, examining how our lives are regulated or defined by taste, by products, and by mass-distributed role models. The goal is to identify new ways to subvert normative mass culture in order to re-contextualize images and signs that have become inflated from over-proliferation.
    During her residency Zorica intends to further develop a video project titled Well-beings. These videos bring into focus a person defragmenting into commodity through the technological virtual, while investigating themes such as subtle manipulation of human emotions and behavior admist current conditions that are hyper-mediated, and increasingly focused on self-presentation. A face no longer functions as the site of identity but rather a terrain equally inhabited by intimacy, familiarity, strangeness, and the anxiety. For her residency, Zorica plans to extend her project into a multi-channel video installation with surround sound, presenting different "heads" or "creatures" put into a conversation.
    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.


    Submitted by: SOAD Events

    Need a ride home or back to campus from break? Search for a ride or post a ride that you can offer to someone else.

    Submitted by: Judy Linza

    Robin Caster-Howard is retiring on March 10th, after serving the School of Art and Design for 24 years; we wish her well!
    Join us for a celebration of her many contributions to our students and programs on Wednesday, March 1st, from 3-4 pm in the BMH conference room.


    Submitted by: Cathleen Johnson

    It's time for Admissions to put on its Accepted Student Days and with it our two club fairs! We'll be having student club fairs on March 25th and April 1st from 10:45 AM to 12 PM. Come and recruit new members for your clubs! To RSVP just email Jeff Scharl at Scharl@alfred.edu. Please mention any special accommodations that you need (for example access to an outlet), any props you plan on bringing, and which date(s) you'll be attending. Thanks!

    Submitted by: Jeff Scharl

    The barber shop is back in Powell, 2nd floor just past the elevator. Hours are Tuesday/Thursday 8:30 - 4:30pm, and Saturday 9 - 5pm. Closed Daily for lunch from 1- 2pm.
    Services offered: Haircut $10, Haircut w/face $12, Haircut w/Razor $15, Edge up $5, Edge up with face $7, Edge up with razor $10.
    Walk ins are always welcome. For more information please call 607.382.0677

    Submitted by: CSI Center for Student Involvement

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