Tuesday, 4/24, 11 a.m. – noon School of Business Room 124
Learn from experts about the hospitality/tourism management industry, including current and future trends. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. Don’t miss this event if you are thinking about a career in hospitality/tourism.Continue reading →
Wednesday, 4/25, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Roosevelt Hall Little Theater and
Join the Department of History, Politics, and Geography at this day-long LI GIS event.
Attendees can participate in a wide range of activities including:
- Presentations from a range of local GIS programs and industry-leading geospatial representatives
- Meet and greet with supporting vendors during breaks in the exhibit area
- Network with GIS professionals from across LI
- Map session/ contest
Snacks and refreshments will be served.Continue reading →
We reported recently that business management majors
William Turano ’18 and Tal Granot ’18 had been chosen to compete in this year’s prestigious Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge, to pitch their start-up business, Lifted Roots Vertical Farms, at e-Fest 2018.
Now we’re happy to report Turano won second place in the Innovation Challenge, and brought home a $2,500 cash prize.
Competing in the “Waste” category with teams from three other institutions, Turano had to apply principles of entrepreneurship and innovation to address the growing challenges of managing –Continue reading →
The FSC Roller Hockey Club has once again won the NCRHA Division-I National Championship!
They defeated Lindenwood University 5-1 in the championship game, capping off a tournament where they went 7-0 and outscored opponents 62-4. This is Farmingdale’s second straight Division-I National Championship, and third title overall.
Said the NCRHA on its website: “With their second straight Division I National Championship, Farmingdale State College secured their place in Collegiate Roller Hockey history,Continue reading →
Canon USA was on campus recently, recruiting summer interns.
Electrical/computer engineering technology student Montana Musillo wasn’t worrying about the competition though, because she’d already been hired for Canon’s 10-week Summer Insights program.
The program is designed to provide students an opportunity to gain hands-on work experience by participating in significant work projects and exposure to various business units within the company. Musillo will perform research, testing and analysis of related products and markets;Continue reading →
Economics major Robert V. Checco and Chris Cedeno, computer programming and information systems, have won a $2,000 Farmingdale Student Alumni Grant for their start-up company, Stublink.
Stublink is a online application that allows people to locate others with similar interests so they can attend events together.
The annual Farmingdale Student Alumni Grant is awarded to entrepreneurial students wanting to develop a business plan. The goal is to provide a platform for entrepreneurial endeavors and professional growth,Continue reading →
Brian Maher, former director of LIEOC at FSC, who retired in 2016 after 37 years at the College, will receive an honorary doctor of education degree from his alma mater, Providence College.
Maher began his FSC career as accountant, and then moved on to LIEOC. He served as adjunct business education instructor and business affairs coordinator before becoming the center’s director in 2009.
Maher frequently served as master of ceremonies at campus events,Continue reading →