Tuesday – Thursday, May 3-5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Horticulture Greenhouses.
Want to grow your own tomatoes? Need fresh herbs to spice up that special recipe? Maybe you want to give mom a plant for Mother’s Day. If so, the upcoming three-day plant sale is the place for you.
Sponsored by the Department of Urban Horticulture & Design, the sale supports the Sustainable Garden.
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Wednesday, 5/4 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Roosevelt Hall MPR.
Relaxation with dogs. This is a pre-final exam relaxation day for students including interaction with dogs, oxygen bar, harp music, chair massage, and table activities including coloring, puzzles, board games, Lego construction, balloon figures, chess, etc.
Please print out and post: Whiskers,Wags and WellnessContinue reading →
Robert F. Ench ’60, a nationally recognized leader in horticulture, has been honored by FSC for his loyalty, generosity and service to the college with the dedication of the Ornamental Horticulture Teaching Gardens in his name.
Said President Keen at the naming ceremony: “Robert Ench is a part of the fabric of this college. The gardens and our horticulture students have benefitted mightily from his generosity. Bob is a prime example of how hard work,Continue reading →
Tuesday, April 26, 10:50 a.m.; School of Business Rm. 113.
Assistant Professor of business management Areeg Barakat will present her research: “The Weaknesses of the Intrapreneurial and Venture Capitalist Approaches to Disruptive Innovation: An Opportunity for Angel Investors.”
For more information, contact Professor Rick Weber, economics department, 631-794-6102; Weberr@farmingdale.edu.Continue reading →
Tuesday, May 3, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Roosevelt Hall Multipurpose Room
Alpha Phi Delta and Kappa Sigma fraternities are hosting a fundraiser for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a volunteer-driven charity that funds childhood cancer research grants. Come and shave your head, or make a donation.
Print out and post this flyer: Brave a Shave
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Visual Communications major Kaitlyn Kennedy ’17 has won the Newman Civic Fellows Award. The award honors student leaders who have “demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country.”
A major reason Kaitlyn was honored with a Newman Award is her work with Island Harvest, the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island. Her work also won her a Hagedorn Internship from FSC’s Social Science Research Institute’s Center for Social Justice.Continue reading →
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