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Alfred State welcomes new employees

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Alfred State College (ASC) is excited to announce the addition of 25 new faculty and staff members.

New employees at Alfred State include:

  • Kayla Cilvick – Office Assistant 1 in Human Resources/CCET
  • Zachary Coleman – Lecturer in Electrical, Machine Tool, and Welding Technology (Northland campus)
  • Jill Crandall – Academic Advisor in Student Success Center
  • Valerie Daciw – Senior Career Development Associate in Career Development
  • Benny DeSantiago – Director of Opportunity Programs in Student Success Center
  • Gabriel Dueno – Cleaner in Facilities Services
  • Jill Dunn – Major Gift Officer in Institutional Advancement
  • Logan Dwyer – Cleaner in Facilities Services
  • Matthew Hollis – Coordinator of Academic Advising in Student Success Center
  • Martin James – Cleaner in Facilities Services
  • Dynah Kimble – Office Assistant 1 in Electrical, Machine Tool, and Welding Technology
  • Caroline Kuhn – Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach
  • Derek LaBarron – Academic Success Coach in Student Success Center
  • Tina LeMaire – Assistant Professor in Nursing
  • Jessica Middaugh – University Police Officer 1
  • Davide Rowe – Trades Specialist in Facilities Services
  • Stephen Shaw – Multimedia Producer in Marketing Communications
  • Tara Sleeman – Farm Herdsman at the College Farm
  • Maryam Tabatabaei – Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering Technology
  • Ethan Thomson – Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach
  • Robert Trimble – Instructional Support Assistant in Building Trades
  • Matthew Wilkinson – Programmer/Analyst in Technology Services
  • Emma Wolf – Mental Health Counselor in Health & Wellness Services
  • Michelle Wood – Office Assistant 1 in Technology Services
  • Kayla Wyckoff – Cleaner in Facilities Services


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