FSC is seeking nominations for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in the Classified Service for the 2017-2018 academic year.

The award was created by SUNY to recognize classified employees, in a manner similar to faculty and professional employees, for excellence and superior service to our students and the community at large. Award recipients personify professional excellence and serve as role models for the State University of New York community –To Learn, To Search,

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Tuesday, 1/2, 12:30 p.m.     Nold Athletic Complex

No sooner will you have finished your New Year’s celebration when it will be time to party all over again. This time it will be court-side at Nold, where the Rams men’s basketball team will take on Skyline Conference opponent Sarah Lawrence. Tip-off is 1 p.m.

The occasion is Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day, sponsored by the FSC Athletic Department.

Beginning at 12:30 p.m.,

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start up business.

Thursday & Friday, 1/4 & 1/5, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
School of Business Rooms 215, 218, 221 & Roosevelt Hall Multipurpose Room

Business plan presentations and a trade show will be happening simultaneously. At the School of Business, students from across Long Island will showcase their business presentations to industry professionals.

At the trade show in Roosevelt Hall, student entrepreneurs will demonstrate their products and services.

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grant award

FSC has received nearly $975,000 in grants from SUNY’s Performance Improvement Fund.

The funding will be applied to six projects, ranging from the new Nexus Center to Medical Laboratory Technology.

“This funding will help Farmingdale advance our work in the area of applied learning, expand our capacity for program delivery, meet programmatic challenges, and develop academic programs in areas
designated as high needs,” said Dr. Laura Joseph,
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

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Before I Die wall

The LIEOC at FSC has created an inspirational event for the campus community that will involve FSC in a global art project in which students, faculty and staff can write their life goals and dreams on chalkboard “walls.”

The installation will be at Hooper Hall, Tuesday, 12/12 through Friday, 12/15.

The project – “Before I die I want to…” – originated in New Orleans, where artist Candy Chang turned an abandoned house into a giant chalkboard,

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protest sign

Remember 1968? If you do, you’ll recall it was the year of the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy; nationwide protests about everything from the Vietnam War to the second-class treatment of women; communes and long hair; The Beatles’ “White Album”; Black Power, and the first successful heart transplant.

Dr. Beverly Kahn, professor of political science, recently spoke about ’68 in her presentation, “The New Left in America and Europe: Challenges to Authority in Both Theory and Action.”

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