New York State College of Ceramics

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The New York State College of Ceramics (NYSCC) at Alfred University in Alfred, New York, United States is a statutory college of the State University of New York (SUNY). The College is composed of the School of Art and Design, the Inamori School of Engineering and the Samuel R. Scholes Library.

The programs of Alfred University’s School of Art and Design have been consistently ranked among the top art and design programs both in the United States and internationally. Students participate in a curriculum that provides a true multi-disciplinary environment for creative and scholarly research in art with a visionary focus on “high touch, high tech”.

The Inamori School of Engineering at Alfred University offers programs in ceramics, glass, biomaterials, and materials science engineering. As well, the school offers the programs in mechanical engineering and renewable energy engineering which are associated with the private Alfred University. The School of Engineering is one of only two institutions in the U.S. that offer a B.S. in Ceramic Engineering, and the only institution in the U.S. that offers degrees in glass science.

The Samuel R. Scholes Library serves the college as well as the greater international arts and sciences research community. The library holdings include an extensive collection of materials in engineering and technology, as well as extensive holdings in photography, sculpture, art history, glass art, electronic media and other areas of art and design.

The College awards undergraduate and graduate degrees and is a doctoral granting institution of the State University of New York. It is host to both the Scholes Library, which has extensive collections of research materials in both ceramic science and ceramic art, and The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University.

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NYS College of Ceramics (2014). In State University of New York.

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