Monthly Archives: February 2017

Sunday, 3/12, noon – 4 p.m.   Roosevelt Hall

More than 1,200 kindergarten through twelfth-grade students who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art media will be honored by the Art Supervisors Association at the 13th Annual Nassau All-County Art Exhibition.

More than 400 art educators from 48 Nassau County school districts have submitted student artwork for this prestigious event, which is sponsored by FSC’s Department of Visual Communications.

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Students from Professor Orla LoPiccolo’s

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FSC is asking freshmen and seniors to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement to help us improve the educational experience of our students.

By completing the survey – between now and May 11 – you could be one of six lucky students to win a $50 gift card to the campus bookstore.

Look for the link to the survey in emails from President Nader, in your Farmingdale email account.

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Monday, 2/27, 3 – 4 p.m. and Tuesday, 2/28, 11 a.m. – noon    School of Business Room 113

The Department of Business Management is holding information sessions for Business Management and Global Business majors seeking internships
(BUS 379 / 479) for the summer and fall semesters.

Prospective interns must attend one session as part of the application process.

Applications for summer internships must be submitted by April 5;

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Three academic advisers have been added at the Academic Advisement and Information Center (AAIC).

  • Matthew D’Angelo has Farmingdale roots, having taught in the sport management department from 2012-2014.  He was an adviser at Ball State University, and more recently, Eagle Hill Preparatory School in Massachusetts.  Much of his career has been involved in athletics, from men’s golf coach at SUNY Old Westbury to interning with the U.S. Olympic Committee in 2011.
  • William Horton-Anderson joins FSC from St.
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basketball in net

Down 21 points in the first half, 14 at the half, and tied with five seconds left. What happened next would turn the Rams into Skyline Conference champions and send them to Middlebury College in Vermont this Friday, March 3, in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament.

With just one precious second left, forward George Riefenstahl, fed under the basket by guard Ali Mableton, scored the winning layup that sealed the deal at 77-75 over second-ranked Sage.

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Saturday, March 4, 8:15 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.    Center for Global Studies and Human Development, Stony Brook University

The event, which is part of International Women’s Day, celebrates women’s accomplishments in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).  Speakers and panelists from academia, government and private sectors will discuss the impact of women in STEM careers.

Admission is limited to the first 200 registrants.  Register here.  For more information,

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Scholarship applications for the fall 2017 semester are being accepted starting March 1, with a deadline date of May 1. Applications should be submitted through FSC’s online program, Academic Works. Applications for the spring 2108 semester will be opening on
July 1.

Please be sure that both of your recommendation letters and the most recent copy of your transcript are also submitted by May 1.

For more information,

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