FM’s Student Activities Board (SAB) sponsored a Halloween Celebration for FM students and daycare children. Throughout the day, members of SAB donned Halloween costumes and provided a “reverse trick-or-treat;” rather than having students come to them for a treat, the student volunteers walked throughout the College Union including Union Stations (the College’s new dining facility) [...]
In September 2012, FM and Park Terrace Elementary formed a partnership entitled “FM Bound.” FM Bound is a program focusing on Park Terrace Kindergarten students and their parents, instilling the belief that all children can learn college and career readiness skills and attend college. Park Terrace Principal Stephen Pavone and College President Dr. Dustin Swanger, [...]
In celebration of National Chemistry Week (October 21 – October 27), FM Chemistry Instructor Laurie Lazinski’s General Chemistry I students completed projects explaining chemistry in everyday life. The projects were hung in the College’s Evans Library as well as on bulletin boards by both the Anatomy and Physiology Lab and Microbiology Lab in the Classroom [...]
During FM’s Common Hour throughout the week of October 22, FM students were given the opportunity to paint a mask for Friday evening’s “Mask-A-Rav-Spooktacular Dance” to be held in the College Union from 8:00 p.m. – midnight. The Halloween dance is being sponsored by FM’s Student Activities Board.
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Amy Radik Heather VanAlstyne, a resident of Gloversville, graduated from Broadalbin-Perth High School and continued her education at FM due to its affordability and its convenient location. However, entering the field of Electrical Technology was furthest from her mind. “I wanted to be a nurse,” said Heather. “It was a great field, but I didn’t [...]
FM and Liberty recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of their “Community Partnership” by hosting a “Fall Fest” on the College’s campus. The day included expanding the Community Garden, located on FM’s campus, which was built one year ago to harvest fruits and vegetables for local families in need (to date, 6 pounds of peas, 58 [...]
“One Sculptor’s Tales of Survival and Beyond: An Informal Show and Tell – Sharing of Practical Insights of Survival and Success in an Unsteady Art World” Nationally known artist John Van Alstine will be the guest speaker at the Sixth Annual Arts Career Symposium to be held at Fulton-Montgomery Community College on Saturday, November 3 [...]
Fulton-Montgomery Community College Trustee Taiyebeh Ghazi-Moghadam was awarded with the Donald M. Mawhinney Trustee Leadership Award announced at NYCCT’s 58th Annual Conference recently held at Saratoga Springs and presented to her at the October Board of Trustees Meeting at FM. The Donald M. Mawhinney Trustee Leadership Award is presented to a trustee who has demonstrated [...]
To show support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Student Activities Office at Fulton-Montgomery Community College is sponsoring several awareness events throughout October. The Student Activities Board (SAB) held a “Stop the Hate” T-shirt, purple bracelet, and ribbon sale with 100% of the proceeds going to Catholic Charities Domestic Violence Program. Ginger Cato a representative [...]