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Weather Notification Procedures

October 1, 2015

With winter approaching, this important reminder is being issued to all faculty, students, and staff on weather and other emergencies. In the event of a cancellation or delay in classes or activities, pertinent information and announcements are distributed in the following ways: ■ Campus-wide e-mail ■ Home page of the FSC website ■ Mobile website…

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NASA Living with a Star Grant

September 28, 2015

Physics Professor Dr. Jeffrey Oishi has announced that FSC has received a $240,000, four-year grant from NASA.  The funding, from the NASA Living with a Star program, is part of a nearly $1million grant that will be shared with the University of Colorado, Boulder; the Commissariat à l’énergie atomique (CEA), Saclay, France; and the High…

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New Funeral Notification Procedure

September 28, 2015

Effective immediately, funeral notifications are included in the Campus Times. The Office for Institutional Advancement recognizes that these notifications may not always be timely, as the Campus Times is distributed weekly, usually on Mondays. In such cases, the relevant academic or administrative area should always feel free to distribute an e-mail to department members and…

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Child Protection Policies and Procedures

September 28, 2015

Message from the Office of the Acting Provost The following intranet links lead to child protection policies and procedures that have been put in place.  It is important for the entire campus to be aware of and follow the procedures as presented. The items below are clickable for ease of access: Child Protection Policy as…

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Home-Grown Talent Takes OU Prize

September 21, 2015

Junior Nick Raia won the “2015 OmniUpdate Gadget Challenge” from OmniUpdate, for a working gadget that he built from scratch.  The gadget, “Page Comments,” will allow users to write notes on checked pages in OU Campus, and will be widely used not only in FSC’s Content Management System, but all users from universities across the…

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Sabbatical and Reduced Workload Applications Due 10/15

September 21, 2015

REMINDER – The application deadline for requesting Spring 2016 sabbatical and workload reduction is October 15, 2015. Procedures and applications are available on the College Intranet under Administrative Documentation. One original of the completed application should be prepared and sent to the Sabbatical and Reduced Load Committee, c/o Dr. Amit Bandyopadhyay, in Lupton Hall, Room…

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Message from Administration and Finance: Environmental Health and Safety

September 21, 2015

Please read this important message from Environmental Health & Safety: Download EHS Message from Admin and Finance-Campus News.  

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Virtual Tour Is Now Available

September 21, 2015

YouVisit – a virtual tour of the our campus – is now available on the Farmingdale website. YouVisit is comprised of two parts: a tour of what makes Farmingdale stand out among its peers, including classroom buildings; the newly renovated library, Orchard Hall; and the lush Horticulture gardens; and a three-minute virtual reality video of the Aviation…

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FSC Receives $2.9M Grant

September 21, 2015

Congratulations to Beverly Kahn, who has been notified that Farmingdale is the sole New York applicant to receive the prestigious First in the World (FITW) grant worth $2.925 million. The grant’s goal is to improve four-year graduation rates for both incoming first-year students and transfer students. In addition to numerous development activities, the grant will…