Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Alumni Association is participating in the international movement known as “Giving Tuesday” tomorrow, November 29.  The event is FSC’s annual 24-hour alumni fundraising campaign.

“Giving Tuesday”promotes philanthropy and inspires people to donate to their favorite causes. You can be one of those givers too.  All you have to do is visit the FSC website homepage beginning at midnight on Monday, 11/28 and running through midnight on Tuesday,

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Parking permits for current faculty and staff expire on December 31, 2016.

To obtain a 2017 parking permit for your vehicle, visit University Police with your current vehicle registration AND employee ID card.

To save time, you may complete an application in advance and bring it with you to the police station.

Handicapped permits must also be renewed. Please bring necessary documentation to facilitate the renewal process.

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Now through December 16, employees enrolled in the New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP) may change their plan option for the 2017 plan year. Employees who wish to continue enrollment in the Opt Out Program must complete the necessary documents each year by the end of the Option Transfer Period.

For more information contact Jennifer Durso, Human Resources, ext. 2107 or

Download the latest Health Insurance Choices for 2017 brochure.

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Tuesday, 11/29, Artist Lecture, Reception, and Musical Performance by Sculptor John Cino

Lecture from 11 a.m. – noon, Gleeson Hall Room 104.  Long Island sculptor John Cino, who is exhibiting his work at Memorial Gallery through February 13, 2017, will discuss the pieces on display in “The Sacred or the Profane.”

Reception and musical performance by the artist from 5-7 p.m., Hale Hall.


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FSC professors Dr. Michelle Miranda and Dr. Robert Saunders contributed chapters to The Silence of the Lambs: Critical Essays on a Cannibal, Clarice, and a Nice Chianti, a new book about the 1991 Academy Award-winning film that shocked audiences with its portrayals of cannibalism and violence against women, and was voted to the American Film Institute’s list of the top 100 movies of all time.

Dr. Miranda, Department of Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology,

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