General FM News



October 26, 2016 — FM welcomed guest speaker Steven Barnes to campus on Tuesday, October 25. In 1989, Barnes was convicted, in upstate New York, of a murder he didn’t commit based on questionable eyewitness identification and three types of unvalidated forensic science. Nearly two decades later, DNA … Read More

My Many Hats

October 26, 2016 — by William Stock R.T. (R) (MR) BS I often hear, “What is Radiologic Technology? It’s being an X-Ray technologist, right?” If it were only that simple.  The World of Radiologic Technology is vast, with many different routes to travel.  X-Ray is usually the first step.  From … Read More

AT&T to Power the First Regional STEP Scholars Bowl

October 24, 2016 — More than 75 students from more than 15 Capital Region schools to meet in Johnstown, New York at Fulton-Montgomery Community College to test their STEM knowledge The Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) is a grant funded program supported in part by the New York State … Read More

The Evans Library and the Open Movement

October 19, 2016 — by Michael V. Daly Visitors to FM’s website are met with the question, “Looking for an excellent education at an affordable price?” Like many marketing strategies, a relationship is easily established. An attractive opener, yes; and a promise.  The Evans Library strives to do … Read More

Celebrating National Chemistry Week

October 18, 2016 —   In celebration of National Chemistry Week (October 16-22), FM chemistry and CSTEP (Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program) students gathered with faculty and staff members to create a human periodic table. National Chemistry Week encourages chemists and chemistry … Read More

Congrats New PTK Members!

October 17, 2016 — FM recently inducted the following 21 students into FM’s Alpha Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society: Phyllis Ajibta, Jerry Amissah, Stacey Comfort, Tanisha DeJesus, Jacob Dudar, Gregory Felter, Hunter Fifield, Yunxiao Fu, Courtney Galligan, Dawn … Read More

Early Admission Program Sets Students Apart from the Rest

October 12, 2016 — by Amy Radik Kelly Montanye, a Mayfield native, graduated from Mayfield Central School in 2013; the same school where her parents and grandparents graduated. Like many peers, Kelly chose to attend FM during her senior year of high school as part of the College’s Early Admission … Read More

Safe Spaces and Difficult Discussions

October 6, 2016 — by Dr. Dustin Swanger College campuses all across the country are wrestling with the balance between “safe spaces” and open discussions that may challenge students, and others, to move out of their comfort zone. The viewpoints that have been expressed on both sides of the argument … Read More

The Changing Face of Intellectual Curiosity

September 28, 2016 — by Jason Radalin As my wife, Jen, was frying eggs last Sunday morning, she wondered aloud why bubbles were forming in the egg whites. “Usually,” she said, “the egg whites remain solid and uniform in texture. Would you mind Googling that for me?” she asked. This sparked a … Read More

Enroll Now for Spring!

September 27, 2016 — Registration for Spring classes begins October 17, 2016.  Apply Online Today! To view the spring schedule click here.   … Read More