Faculty & Staff

Through May 20, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.     Memorial Gallery, Hale Hall

Come see an exhibition of projects by 15 art & graphic design majors from the visual communications department. The students presenting were selected from the 37 that displayed at the recent senior art/design expo.

The 15 projects were curated by industry professional guest jurors. The works represent commercially viable and culturally significant concepts that have been realized through graphic,

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Tuesday -Thursday, 5/ 9-11, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (rain or shine);    Horticulture Greenhouses.

Want fresh vegetables for a yummy salad? Need herbs to spice up that special recipe? Maybe you want to give mom a plant for Mother’s Day. If so, the upcoming three-day plant sale is the place for you.

Sponsored by the Department of Urban Horticulture & Design, the sale supports the  Robert F. Ench Teaching Garden and our horticulture students.

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Friday, 5/5, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.    Campus Center Ballroom

The theme of this year’s CTLT Annual Conference is “Excellence Through Inclusion: Teaching Diverse Learners.” The event includes a keynote address by Dr. Frank Tuitt, followed by breakout sessions with Dr. Tuitt, Dr. Chayla Haynes Davison, and Dr. Saran Stewart. Following lunch, the winners of the awards for Outstanding Scholarly Publication, Innovative Pedagogy, and Outstanding Mentorship will be announced.

Register online by Friday,

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Tuesday, 5/2, 11 a.m.    Greenley Library Rm. 105

The Office of Research and Sponsored Program Development is hosting a workshop to introduce infoEd Global’s SPIN, a funding opportunities database now available to faculty and staff.

Please note: FSC is no longer using Pivot/COS. Past Pivot/COS users are encouraged to attend this workshop.

RSVP to grzand@farmingdale.edu. For more information, call 631-420-2687.

Please print and post this flyer: infoEd Global’s SPIN.

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Please join us in honoring this year’s graduates at the  Spring Commencement ceremonies by processing in your academic regalia.

RSVP here beginning May 1, – whether or not you are attending – to let the bookstore know if you need to rent regalia.

The form will likely be turned off Friday, May 5. Any orders placed after the deadline cannot be guaranteed to arrive at the bookstore in time for the ceremonies.

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The College’s fiscal year ends on June 30, 2017. Please keep the following dates in mind:

• May 12: Review any encumbered items in your account(s) and notify Purchasing of any pending issues that require attention before this date.
• May 26: All purchases to be made with current-year funds must be entered into the system by this date.
• June 23: All P-Card transactions should be made by this date.

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Tuesday, 10/18; Gleeson Hall Rm. 222

Orders of Protection: How to leave… and do it safely.

Discussion on how to safely exit a toxic relationship or to help someone you know. If you or someone you know is in an unhealthy relationship that has escalated, please come to this discussion.

Pam Greinke of The Retreat visits the FSC community as a guest speaker to share information about how to protect yourself by securing an order of protection.

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Tuesday, April 19 from 10:50 a.m.-12:05 p.m.  in BUSC Room 113
Thursday, April 21 from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in BUSC Room 115

NYS Internships
The NYS Senate and Assembly Legislative Internships provide valuable experience working in State Government. Students earn 15 credit hours and receive a stipend of $5,025. Interns live in Albany during the Spring 2017 semester.

Please print out and post this flyer: SenateandStateAssembly.

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