Tuesday, 10/17, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.     Campus Center
6 p.m. – Simulated Dorm Room Fire     Campus Center entrance
8 p.m. – Video and guest speakers     Roosevelt Hall Little Theater

Learn how to survive a fire, use a fire extinguisher and more. Watch the video “After the Fire,” and hear from two survivors of a deadly fire at Seton Hall University. Giveaways, too.

Attend these  events devoted to fire safety on campus and at home.

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Three professors in the Department of Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology were honored recently by the Long Island Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, for their presentation on the Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation.

Dr. Brian Kelly, Dr. Michelle Miranda and Professor Dave Panetta led a discussion titled “Reid it or Not: A Case Study in the Perception of Deception Detection Techniques in Public and Private Sectors.” Dr. Kelly won a Best Paper Award for the paper on which the discussion was based.

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Thursday, 10/19, 11 a.m.     Ward Hall, Great Room

Dr. Margaret Torrell will speak about setting up and running a WID program. Among the topics to be addressed are securing funding and extra payment for instructors; working on standards and syllabi; conducting training; and doing assessments.

Visit the WID web pages. For more information, email or call 631-420-2645.

Please print WID flyer and post.

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Thursdays, 11 a.m.     Ram Nation Radio

Just a reminder that Campus Times has partnered with Ram Nation Radio to bring you “Around the Dale” – the program that features the latest in campus events, and announcements about things important to you. Listen to Ram Nation Radio.

“Around the Dale” also includes an interview segment, where we chat with professors, administrators, students, alumni and more.

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Whether it’s sports, campus happenings, pop culture, interviews or your favorite music, Ram Nation Radio has a program for you. Here’s the list of what’s broadcasting this semester. Tune in now!

  • Monday, 9:15 – 10 a.m. – Alyssa Chirico highlights the latest pop culture news.
  • Tuesday, 11:10 a.m. – noon – Dan Roller hosts a round table discussion about everything New York sports. Call 631-420-2219 to join the conversation.
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Kids at The Children’s Center are getting a leg up in our multi-cultural world by being taught Spanish by FSC students. Toddlers, Pre-School and Pre-K children are learning a second language, in a program that’s run in conjunction with FSC’s Department of Modern Languages.

And, says Stacey Albitz, director of The Children’s Center, it is the only project of its kind on Long Island.

The program had a soft launch last spring semester,

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