Monthly Archives: April 2014

 

FM Recognizes Civility in Several Ways

On Tuesday, April 29, Fulton-Montgomery Community College staff and students came together to celebrate “Civility” with an afternoon of activities including the unveiling of “The Civility Quilt,” “One Day Without Shoes” bake sale, and “Bringing Out The Best In Each Other” workshop. The Civility Quilt has been an ongoing effort of staff and students during […]

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Inaugural Arts Festival Slated for July 12 & 13

FM is pleased to announce The Buck Moon Arts Festival to be held on FM’s campus, 2805 State Highway 67, Johnstown on July 12 and 13, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (rain or shine). This free regional arts festival will showcase diverse, family-friendly visual and performance art from across New York State and […]

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Assemblymen Push for a Tuition-Free New York

Assemblymen Angelo Santabarbara (111th Assembly District) and James Skoufis (99th Assembly District) recently hosted an informational event in the FM Theatre, “Tuition-Free NY.” The Assemblymen are fighting for legislation that would provide free tuition to all New York students at SUNY schools (Bill number A8585). In photo, left to right: FM student Alex King, Assemblyman […]

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FM to Host Dorn Regional History Discussion

On Thursday, May 1, beginning at 12:30 p.m. in L-100S (inside the Evans Library), Peter Betz, Professor Emeritus and Curator of the Dorn Regional History Collection, will be leading a discussion on the creation, growth and details of the Dorn Regional History as well as the development of the Evans Library from its early stages. […]

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FM Earns Bragging Rights

FM and its staff have been recognized for excellence in several areas including athletics, dining facilities, and both as an educational institution and place of employment. College Measures, a joint venture of the American Institutes of Research and Matrix Knowledge Group, created a chart for CNNMoney to help students find the top community colleges allowing them […]

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Where We’re Going is Not Where We Started

Mary Donohue The FM Library turns 50 on Sunday, May 4th – and for those of us who love the library, it seems an appropriate time to reflect on those origins as we witness a future no one envisioned so many years ago. The library’s first book was a magazine index, “The readers’ guide to […]

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FM Plans Active Shooter Drill

FM will have an Active Shooter Drill on-campus for faculty and staff on Wednesday, May 14 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Employees will be assigned various duties; some will act as students, others as faculty, and some as victims. Local law enforcement, along with the campus’ Public Safety Officers, will stage a […]

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Assemblyman Santabarbara to Host Informational Event

Monday April 28th at 12:00 pm in the College Theatre. Click here for more  information.

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Spring Fling!

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Richard Kohn Receives NYSETA Scholarship

FM’s Electrical Technology student Richard Kohn was recently presented with the New York State Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) Scholarship. “Rich is an excellent student; a stellar representative of both FM’s Electrical Technology program and FM’s student body,” said Electrical and Computer Technology Professor Richard Prestopnik. “He is vice-president of the Electrical Technology Club and an […]

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