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Returning to school offers challenges, rewards

January 30, 2015 According to the New York State Department of Labor’s preliminary figures released last week, the Capital Region had the most job gains of any upstate metropolitan area in December. more »»

FM prepares high school students for college

January 23, 2015 Making the transition from high school to college life can be challenging for today’s young adults. more »»

Radiologic Technology program an adventure

January 16, 2015 At FM, one of our goals is to prepare students to learn, live and lead in a diverse and dynamic global culture. Bringing this goal to life means more than lecturing. more »»

It’s time to look at how to inspire employees

January 9, 2015 Employers are in a never-ending search for the answer to how to motivate their workforce. One school of thought challenges the idea of any person’s ability to motivate another person. more »»

Colleges incubators for change

January 2, 2015 As we think about recent events at the end of 2014 and welcome in the new year of 2015, I reflect on what we might be able to do on college campuses to alter (and hopefully improve) the trajectory o... more »»

FM helps students with transfer to 4-year colleges

December 19, 2014 For many students, attending a community college such as FM makes a great deal of sense, both academically and economically. more »»

FMCC students learn about professionalism

December 12, 2014 The radiologic technology program at Fulton-Montgomery Community College supports four goals. Goal No. more »»

Nation needs more STEM program graduates

December 5, 2014 I will start this article with a bit of a disclaimer. I am a liberal arts student; I graduated from college with a bachelor’s degree in political science. more »»

Experience the unxpected at FMCC

November 28, 2014 One of the most unique voices in contemporary American theatre belongs to Charles Mee. This semester, Fulton-Montgomery Community College is producing Mee’s play “Big Love. more »»

FM promotes importance of treating others civilly

November 21, 2014 What is civility? How is it applicable to our lives? The Civility Committee at FM recently hosted two on-campus open discussions about civility. more »»

Tech graduates thankful for opportunities at FM

November 14, 2014 Electrical technology graduates (2014) Adam Keeler and Dan Sowle are both grateful they had the opportunity to learn under the direction of recently retired electrical technology professor Rich... more »»

FMCC helps veterans start education process

November 7, 2014 A transition into civilian life is sometimes hard and confusing for a veteran who has been so used to structure and a POD (plan of the day) to guide the. more »»

Students should think critically about voting

October 31, 2014 Well, it’s that season again — campaign season. more »»

National Chemistry Week celebrated at FM

October 24, 2014 National Chemistry Week (Oct. 19-25) was established to create an awareness and promote the value of chemistry in everyday life. more »»

Phi Theta Kappa volunteering in community

October 17, 2014 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the only international honor society for two-year colleges in the world. more »»

Companies gain edge by training employees

October 10, 2014 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. more »»

FM strives to help students become leaders

October 3, 2014 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. more »»

TRiO programs celebrate 50 years of success

September 26, 2014 Fifty years ago, college campuses were very different from what they are today. more »»

Students in program help each other

September 19, 2014 Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s Radiologic Technology program rigorously prepares students to produce high-quality diagnostic images for the purpose of diagnosing injury and disease while... more »»

FM experience makes students’ futures brighter

September 12, 2014 Andrea and Ashley Pigliavento are twin sisters, both second-year FM students, both with career goals of helping others. more »»

 
 
 

 

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