Susan Ring ’77, a member of the FSC Alumni Association Board of Directors, will be honored next month as a Woman of Distinction by NYS Assemblyman Thomas McKevitt.
Said Assemblyman McKevitt: “Giving this award to you allows me to pay tribute to the extraordinary efforts made by those women who make our community a better place to live.”
Ring joined the Alumni Board in 2016. She holds an AS in Business Administration from FSC,Continue reading →
FSC athletes always find ways to impact their respective sports.
So it should be no surprise that many of them excel in the classroom too. For the 2016-17 season, FSC had 42 student-athletes named to the Skyline Conference Academic Honor Roll. The New Jersey Athletic Conference featured 15 student-athletes on its All-Academic Team.
View the Skyline Conference Academic Honor Roll. Click here for the New Jersey Athletic Conference.Continue reading →
David Dacquino’78, who holds an FSC Associate of Applied Science in Aerospace Technology, has been named CEO of Serco Inc.
Dacquino joined Serco in 2015 as Senior Vice President of the company’s defense business, bringing knowledge and experience from across the defense, aeronautics, logistics and technical services industries. Before Serco, he served as President and CEO of SkyLink, a leading aviation and logistics service provider with international operations in over 60 countries.
“I am extremely excited to work with the entire Serco team as we carry forward the momentum of recent successes and continue to build Serco as a high-performing public service delivery company. Continue reading →
Farmingdale alumna Doreen Moran ’94 was in the news recently for saving the life of a two-year-old neighbor who had fallen into the family pool.
“I reacted quickly when I saw the unconscious child,” Officer Moran said. “The advantage I have is that I am a Port Authority Police Officer, and therefore highly trained and a certified First Responder. It’s what we are trained to do.”
Moran, a 10-year veteran of the Port Authority Police,Continue reading →
Dr. Veronica Henry, Executive Assistant to the President/Chief Diversity Officer/Title IX Coordinator, has received the 2017 Inspiring Leaders in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.
Dr. Henry ’77, a graduate of the nursing program, is also Professor of Nursing. She is director of the annual STEM conference here at the College.
The award honors professionals from underrepresented groups who have made a difference in the fields of science,Continue reading →
The Car Free Day Rally scheduled for Wednesday, September 20th has been canceled due to anticipated severe weather. Please carpool on 9/22 to show you care about the environment.
Students can still pledge to be Car Free (or Car Lite) for Friday, September 22.
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It’s time for summer fun, and the Campus Activities Board has scheduled a host of on- and off-campus events for summer students.
Events include a “grab-and-go” breakfast on August 8 and a trip to Dorney Park on August 12. For a complete list of events/dates/times, click here. You can also visit the Ram Central website.
Help spread the word by printing and posting this CAB Summer Events Flyer.Continue reading →
Saturday, 9/23, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Campus Center Ballroom
The Farmingdale Horticulture Committee tributes to retirees Dr. Richard Iversen and Professor Paul Fogelberg, and talks by three nationally celebrated horticulturalists/authors, are the highlights of the Committe’s Fall Symposium, “The Garden is Art.”
Cost per person is $150. Register here.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Farmingdale’s Robert F. Ench Teaching Gardens and the Department of Urban Horticulture and Design.Continue reading →