Monthly Archives: October 2016

Thursday, 11/3 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Campus Center Lobby

Show your FSC pride at Spirit Day! And have your photo taken with Ram-bo.

  • Free cookies and fun giveaway prizes for students/faculty/staff showing FSC pride (hint:  wear green)
  • Bookstore is offering 25% sale off FSC logo items  and 50% clearance sale
  • Music provided by an FSC DJ

And, at 11 a.m., the reveal of the year will take place.

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FSC and New York State’s observance of “Shine the Light on Domestic Violence Day” on October 20 was only one element of the college’s battle to curb domestic violence, wherever it is found.

Horton Hall was illuminated with purple lighting that day, and purple ribbons and clothing could be seen on staff and students around campus.  Working with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, students from LIEOC, Residence Life and student leaders assembled “comfort kits” for distribution to local crisis centers.

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Proposals are due 12/31 CIT website

SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology (CIT 2017) May 30-June 2 at SUNY Oneonta

This year’s theme – Teaching and Learning in Multiple Dimensions – is supported by the following tracks:
•     Diverse Learners, Diverse Learning Styles
•     Post-Traditional Learners/Lifelong Learning/Career Retooling/Career Credentialing
•     Student Success: Retention & Remediation
•     Professional Partnerships
•     Iterative Journeys

Abstract submissions are being accepted at the Introductory,

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The Norman Rowe McConney Jr. Award is a tribute to the outstanding achievements and contributions of a SUNY EOC student whose integrity, work ethic, and community stewardship reflect the mission and objectives of SUNY’s EOC’s and Outreach Centers.

The award was established by SUNY’s University Center for Academic Workforce Development (UCAWD) in commemoration of the legacy of Norman Rowe McConney Jr, longtime Chief-of-Staff for Arthur O. Eve. His efforts blazed the trail for numerous state statutes,

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Tuesday, 11/8 from 5:55-8:00 p.m.; Sinclair Hall Pit

As CRJ 201 -004 Criminalistics students put into practice what they have learned during this semester, you are invited to be part of the investigation of a mock crime scene.


See how they find, document, collect evidence and interview eyewitnesses. Most importantly find out how important it is to keep the crime scene from becoming contaminated by curious bystanders.

Presented by the School of Arts &

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Tuesday, 11/8 at 8 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom A

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap exposes the dearth of American female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap.  The documentary raises the question: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code?

A documentary film about women in computer science is co-sponsored by the Women in Computing Club and Greenley Library.

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