Monthly Archives: September 2015

Film Presentation and Inter-tribal Panel Discussion
Friday October 23, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Roosevelt Hall – Little Theater

Please print out this flyer and post Native Symposium · pdf

The Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) cordially invites all to Farmingdale’s First Annual Native American Symposium. This event is open to the public.

This symposium, the first social justice activity of SSRI’s 2015-2016 academic year,

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Physics Professor Dr. Jeffrey Oishi has announced that FSC has received a $240,000, four-year grant from NASA.  The funding, from the NASA Living with a Star program, is part of a nearly $1million grant that will be shared with the University of Colorado, Boulder; the Commissariat à l’énergie atomique (CEA), Saclay, France; and the High Altitude Observatory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.  The consortium’s proposal was one of 20 selected from a pool of 92.

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Effective immediately, funeral notifications are included in the Campus Times.
The Office for Institutional Advancement recognizes that these notifications may not always be timely, as the Campus Times is distributed weekly, usually on Mondays.
In such cases, the relevant academic or administrative area should always feel free to distribute an e-mail to department members and others they believe would like to be informed.
To have a Funeral Notification listed in  the Campus Times,

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Four experts in Project-Based Learning from Worchester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts were on campus recently to promote this SUNY-endorsed program and instruct 15 FSC faculty in its execution. Project-Based Learning is a high-impact pedagogy for active, applied, experiential learning that SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher encourages SUNY campuses to embrace.

Under the plan, students work with faculty and one another to develop solutions to real-world problems in local and international communities. Next spring, FSC’s 15-member contingent will travel to Worchester Polytechnic for more training.

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Message from the Office of the Acting Provost
The following intranet links lead to child protection policies and procedures that have been put in place.  It is important for the entire campus to be aware of and follow the procedures as presented. The items below are clickable for ease of access:
Child Protection Policy as of June 18, 2014
Guidelines for Events/ Activities involving Minors
Acknowledgement of Farmingdale State College’s Child Protection Requirements
Health &

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Thursday, November 19 from 3-6 p.m.
Roosevelt Hall Multi-purpose Room

Job seekers are not required to register for this event. Bring copies of your resume and dress for success.

View the list of participating employers on your CareerConnect homepage. Schedule an appointment to have your resume reviewed in the Career Center through your CareerConnect account.
Don’t have a CareerConnect account? Sign up here.
Submitted by Dolores Ciaccio,

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