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Technology Job Fair on March 10

February 8, 2016

FSC’s Career Center is holding its annual Technology Job Fair on Thursday, March 10 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom. The aim of the Technology Job Fair is to connect Farmingdale students and alumni from the Engineering Technology and Computer Programming & Information Systems programs with potential employers in the New…

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Second Call: Share Your Expertise with the Media

February 1, 2016

As you can imagine, with the scores of full-time and adjunct professors at FSC, the College has scores of experts in dozens of fields.  Maybe you’re reading this and saying to yourself, “That’s me!”  If so, we want to hear from you.  (And we have heard from several of you since this post originally ran…

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Congrats to Our 2016 CARES Award Winners!

February 1, 2016

The winners of this year’s CARES award were announced at Convocation, and the applause for each was sustained and sincere.  The winners are Professor Joseph Betz, Architecture and Construction; Suzanne Cerruto, Registrar’s Office; and Doug LoPalo, assistant manager, Physical Plant. CARES awards (Commendation and Recognition for Exceptional Service) are presented by President Keen once a…

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$6.6M SUNY 2020 Grant to Fund Infrastructure, Transportation and Security Center

January 24, 2016

Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul was on campus last Thursday to announce that $6.6 million in SUNY 2020 funding has been awarded to FSC to establish the Infrastructure, Transportation and Security Center. The Center will take an academic focus on strengthening security at regional infrastructure and transportation systems, and train students in related fields of study.…

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New Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies Academic Minor First in NYS Update

January 18, 2016

A new academic minor in aerospace studies is coming to Farmingdale in fall 2016. The program is a joint effort between the college and Air Force ROTC. Not only that, the offering is exclusive to Farmingdale in New York State, says Dr. Tom Corti, Vice President for Student Affairs. “We will be the only campus…

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U.S. Senator Gillibrand Announces Asthma Care Bill at FSC

January 18, 2016

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visited Farmingdale last week to tout her new School Asthma Management Plan Act – a bill that provides $1.6 billion in grants to school districts across the country to help them develop on-site care plans for students suffering from chronic asthma. The senator’s press conference was held on campus for a…

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FSC Holds “Active Shooter” Training for Local Law Enforcement

January 18, 2016

One hundred and fifty police officers from seven local law enforcement agencies were at Nold Hall on Friday, January 8, to receive intensive training on how to best respond to active shooter situations. Organized by FSC’s University Police Chief Marvin Fischer, and co-sponsored by the Emergency Services Section of the Suffolk County Police Department, the…

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Albany Here We Come

January 11, 2016

Three FSC students are heading to Albany this spring, to intern at the offices of the State Senate and Assembly. Seniors Ryan Reynolds and Dareiny Norman Herrera (also an international student), and junior Kristofer Steven Cutrone, will have  packed schedules but the rewards will be great, not the least of which will be 15 credits earned,…

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We Are Popular on the Blogosphere

January 11, 2016

Farmingdale has had extraordinary success placing feature stories on the SUNY Blog. Thanks to students creating events that are newsworthy (see 30 Days of Giving), in-depth student and alumni profiles written by Peter Crescenti (see Hajera Siddiq, Roman Titov and Marvin Amparo, just to name a few) and enthusiastic campus participation in Giving Tuesday and Mascot…