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Giving Thanks on #GivingTuesday 12/1

November 30, 2015

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone – we hope you had a happy one – you’ll want to know all about #GivingTuesday – an international movement to promote philanthropy. On Tuesday, December 1, starting at midnight, the Alumni Relations Office launches FSC’s own #GivingTuesday with the goal of having 250 friends, colleagues, alumni and…

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Holy CSI! Tattoos as Forensic Evidence

November 25, 2015

The first book on tattoos as forensic evidence is now available on Amazon!  Yes, you can buy Professor Michelle Miranda’s new book – Forensic Analysis of Tattoos and Tattoo Inks – online.  Dr. Miranda, who is a member of FSC’s Department of Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology, has written the single most comprehensive resource…

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Winter Commencement Only Weeks Away 12/22

November 25, 2015

FSC’s Winter Commencement is right around the corner and the buzz among the graduating class and faculty is growing.  Approximately 400 students are eligible to graduate. Exercises are scheduled for Tuesday, December 22, at 7 p.m. in Nold Hall main gymnasium.  (In the event of snow, commencement will be held the following night, Wednesday, December…

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FSC Adjunct Wins International Poetry Prize

November 23, 2015

Elie Fleurant, an adjunct professor of languages at FSC, has won the international Aime-Cesare Prize for his book of poetry, Les Yeux De La Nuit (Eyes of the Night). Professor Fleurant has published his poems worldwide, and in 2014  was honored by UNICEF with its Europoetry Prize. He is also the creator of Diaphanism, a…

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Solar Charging Stations To Be Restored Tuesday

November 19, 2015

By Tuesday, 11/24, it is expected that the Solar Charging Stations will be operational.

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Henna Tattoos and Aboriginal Art 11/16-20

November 16, 2015

International Education Week 2015 – A week of cultural and educational events November 16-20 in various locations on campus. Please print out and post the IFINAL International Education Week Calendar 2015 Learn how to paint aboriginal art, check out our photo contest, enjoy international cuisines served daily at PoP’s dining hall, participate in a food drive…

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Ensuring an Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Future

November 16, 2015

U.S. and international scholars and experts met in Roosevelt Hall last week to discuss solutions to issues related to a sustainable future for energy, water and the food nexus at the 4th Annual International Energy & Sustainability Conference. Sponsored by the Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center at FSC, the conference featured speakers from as far…

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Why is Horton Hall Green?

November 9, 2015

In observance of Veteran’s Day, and as a symbol of appreciation and support towards our students and employees who are military veterans, the exterior lights of Horton Hall have been changed to green. Greenlight A Vet is a national campaign to establish visible support for our veterans by changing lights to green. Green is the…

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Fall 2015 Open House a Smashing Success

November 9, 2015

More than 3,500 prospective students and their families attended Sunday’s Open House. Starting at the Campus Center, visitors met with administrative staff including financial aid, admissions, coaches and residential life. General tours and specialized tours to aviation and athletics and tours of the gardens were popular.  Nicole Dose of admissions estimates that 125 campus tours…