Monthly Archives: March 2018

Commander Eileen Collins

Tuesday, 4/3, 11 a.m. – noon & 6 – 7 p.m.     Roosevelt Hall Little Theatre

Makers: Women in Space traces the history of women pioneers in the U.S. space program. The film includes interviews with a number of first women in space, as well as the next generation of women engineers, mathematicians and astronauts.

For more information call the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, 631-420-2622.

Print and Post: Makers –

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janice rivera.

Janice Rivera, Executive Director of the Department of Academic Support and Access Programs, has been named a fellow in the inaugural class of SUNY’s Hispanic Leadership Institute. She is one of only 12 leaders, from nine SUNY institutions, to be selected.

The Institute is charged with developing and supporting the next generation of executive-level Hispanic/LatinX leaders across the SUNY system.

“In New York, we know that diversity is our greatest asset and this groundbreaking program will ensure that the leadership at SUNY will reflect the strength of New York’s diverse communities,”

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Dr. Jeff Hung, co-chair and associate professor in the mechanical engineering technology department, and Lawrence Brittain, adjunct assistant professor of English/Humanities, have been named Open SUNY Online Teaching Ambassadors.

Open SUNY Online Teaching Ambassadors are awarded a certificate of recognition and a digital badge. Dr. Hung and Professor Brittain’s profiles are posted on the Open SUNY Online Teaching website.

SUNY has been a pioneer and leader in online education for more than 20  years.

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Earth Week 2018

  • Monday, 4/16 – Meatless Monday – help the environment  and enjoy delicious meatless meals with assistance from Aramark.
  • Tuesday, 4/17 – Honoring our Past, Celebrating our Present
    1 p.m. – Unveiling the LIATI (LI Agricultural and Technical Institute) sign between Dewey and Orchard Halls. The sign is positioned at the original entrance to the campus.
    1:30 p.m. – Celebrate our 106th Birthday –
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rubber stamp with text Job Fair.

Recruiting representatives from E.W. Howell, GEICO, Michael Kors, MTA-Long Island Railroad, and Endeavor Air will be there, along with recruiters from more than 50 other companies and organizations. The question is: will you be there?

Well, if you’re a student or alumnus looking for a full-time or part-time job, or internship opportunity, then the Spring Job Fair is the place to be. It’s taking place Tuesday, 3/27, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.,

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For 34 years – from the time FSC opened in 1912
as the New York State School of Agriculture, until it changed both academic emphasis and its name in 1946, to Long Island Agricultural and Technical Institute –  cows roamed the campus and crops covered the ground.

Actually, FSC had three names during those 34 years – all with agriculture in the title: State Institute of Applied Agriculture on Long Island;

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lightbulb crossed out

As part of Earth Week at FSC, we’re encouraging
everyone to switch off the lights – on campus and at home – when you don’t really need them or are not in the room. That could mean something as simple as watching TV with the lights off, or doing a really good deed for the environment by turning off the lights when you leave your office.

In fact, if we turn off two lights in our homes for an hour every day,

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