General FM News

 

FM’s Raider Has a Name!

October 24, 2014 — After 51 years, Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s raider mascot finally has a name – Reggie! President Swanger announced the new name, which was voted on through a campus polling system, at a Midnight Madness event held Thursday, October 23 in the College’s Raiders Den. The … Read More

FM to Honor Distinguished Alumni on November 14

October 23, 2014 — On Friday, November 14, the Foundation of FM will host its Eighth Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner honoring graduates Terri G. Easterly ‘97, Wally Hart ’78, ’82-‘84, and Erik D. Wert, D.O., F.A.C.O.I. ’92. Terri Easterly began at FM in 1980 taking Secretarial … Read More

Celebrating National Chemistry Week at FM

October 23, 2014 — Laurie Lazinski National Chemistry Week (October 19-25) was established to create an awareness and promote the value of chemistry in everyday life. Chemistry is important in all aspects of our life – from the toothpaste you use to brush your teeth to the tires that keep your car … Read More

van Bladel Receives Multicultural Service Award

October 21, 2014 — Psychology Instructor John van Bladel was awarded the 2014 Leadership Council on Inclusion (LCI) Multicultural Service Award presented to him at LCI’s Multicultural Awards Reception held at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Friday, October 17. The Mission of the Leadership Council … Read More

Free Mammography Lecture

October 10, 2014 — Radiologic Technology students are hosting a free mammography lecture led by Dr. Phillip Fear: “Diagnosing Breast Cancer; Advances in Modern Mammography and Imaging Modalities.”  Dr. Fear is part of Millennium Medical Imaging and specializes in Diagnostic Radiology. This event … Read More

Gain a Competitive Edge by Training Your Employees

October 9, 2014 — Theresa DaBiere-Craig An important strategy to gain a competitive edge in today’s economy is to provide employees with continuous learning opportunities to improve their job skills. Training enhances the performance of workers, helps to keep them engaged in their jobs and supports … Read More

Literacy Matters

October 3, 2014 — Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Paula Brown-Weinstock and her Child Development class organized a book drive from September 15 – October 1. The project was an effort to support Gloversville School District’s “Literacy Matters” school year theme, reminding students of the … Read More

Enroll for Spring

October 3, 2014 — Registration for the Spring 2015 semester begins on October 20th. Click here to view Spring 2015 Course Schedule Classes for the spring semester begin on January 21st. … Read More

TCCA College Fair at FM

October 3, 2014 —                           Click here for a complete list of Fall 2014 College Participants … Read More

Developing Leadership

October 2, 2014 — Dr. Dustin Swanger I have often talked about the importance of developing leaders in college. In fact, it is one of the overarching objectives of a college education – preparing the leaders of the future. At FM, we have had many discussions about leadership and how we need to … Read More