Monthly Archives: April 2018

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Farmingdale is graduating 36 student-veterans this spring, the most ever in recent memory. These former service men and women represent the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines . Of all SUNY schools, Farmingdale has the highest percentage of veterans among its student body.

Says Eric Farina, director of veterans affairs: “The program has really grown since I arrived in 2011. We had 10-12 veterans graduating each semester. With the downsizing of the military,

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writing on laptop.

Through Friday, 5/18     Greenley Hall, Room 220

As the end of the semester approaches, the Writing Center reminds you to make an appointment as soon as possible to take advantage of this invaluable resource. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated during this time.

The Writing Center’s mission is to support and teach students through the entire writing process, in all subject areas. Professional writing specialists guide you through the process, and provide assistance from conception to completion of your paper.

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This Thursday, 5/3, Assistant Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Dr. Sy Islam, will be interviewed on RAM Nation Radio’s “Around the Dale” show.

“Around the Dale” – which also features news about campus happenings – airs Thursday mornings, beginning at 11:10 a.m.

Dr. Islam has more than 10 years’ experience in a variety of corporate, academic, and applied settings. He has served in management, consultant, and research roles in a variety of organizations.

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Language Flames, Francis Klaess.

Through July 1     Greenport Harbor Brewing Company
234 Carpenter St.,

“Redefining Forms: Paintings & Drawings by Francis Klaess,” is an exhibit by Francis Klaess ’79, adjunct instructor, visual communications department.

Klaess is a mixed-media artist working in ink, paint, collage, pigment powder, graphite, paper, canvas, or any other medium available. The subject matter of his work is usually an abstraction of the natural world,

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