Thursday, 6/22  11 a.m.-1 p.m.    Gleeson 104

If you work with young people 17  and under, you have one more opportunity to attend the NY State Mandated Report Training.

On June 22, Child Protection training will be held for faculty and staff conducting summer programs with children 17 and under. This training will review FSC policies for Child Protection and Mandatory Reporting and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse.  Certification for NYS Mandated Reporting will be offered to those attending this training.

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Through Tuesday, 8/15     Memorial Gallery, Hale Hall

Art Educators of Long Island,” a summer-long exhibition celebrating art educators of Long Island, will be on view at Memorial Gallery from June 19 through August 15, weekdays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The exhibition has been curated by Beth Giacummo and will feature a special essay by arts educator and advocate, Loretta Corbisiero.

An artists reception will be held Saturday,

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Join President Nader and members of the FSC community for a ‘Walk with the President” on Wednesdays June 28, July 5 and July 12. The 30-minute walk begins at the Ralph Bunche Plaza Fountain, at 12:15 p.m. sharp.

For more information contact Judi Cestaro, 631-420-2733.

Continue reading → has just ranked FSC’s Dental Hygiene program #7 in the nation. Also included on the list of colleges was New York University. strives to connect prospective students with the best degree programs available. This year, it reviewed all accredited dental hygienist schools in the U.S. to select 50 that provide students with the best learning experience.

The website also provides an analysis of career opportunities for dental hygienists.

See the list of winners here.

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“Powered by Optimism” was the theme last week when President Nader addressed dozens of L.I. business people at a meeting of LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action).

At the meeting, Dr. Nader expounded on the positive changes, achievements, and initiatives taking place at FSC.  They included:

  • The College’s outstanding track record of placing graduates into jobs, particularly jobs in their fields and in the Long Island metro area.
  • The fact that Farmingdale has the second-highest undergraduate enrollment of any L.I.
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Three recent graduates from the Applied Psychology program presented their research at the 29th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, in Boston last month. Five psychology department faculty – Drs. Marya Howell-Carter, Jennifer Gonder, Sayeed Islam, Marla Johnston and Michaela Porubanova – and two alumni – David Brocker and Haaziq Walker – also attended or presented research.

New alumni presenters were:

  • Dana Gerasimovich: “Flashbulb Memories for the 2016 Presidential Election”
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