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Van Howell: Drawing the Line, an exhibit of pen and ink illustrations, will be on view at Suffolk County Community College's Lyceum Gallery on the Eastern Campus from September 16 through November 18. An artist's reception will be held on Tuesday, September 27, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Featured will be original drawings of some of the thousands of cartoons and portraits Howell created for the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, New York Times, and Guardian between 1980 and 2003.
A nearly $1.5 million grant awarded to Suffolk County Community College will help the college increase the number of low-income, academically talented Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) students who graduate, transfer to a four-year STEM program, or directly enter the STEM workforce.
Suffolk County Community College leaders gathered at the Suffolk County Legislature's request to testify before the body's Education and Labor Committee on July 20 to inform legislators about the college's many workforce development programs including:
Suffolk County Community College's The Western Student Press was named the Third Best Overall College Newspaper on Long Island by the Press Club of Long Island. The newspaper also garnered a second-place win for Corona Virus Reporting and a third-place award for Best Race & Diversity Reporting.
Suffolk County Community College honors student Noah Fields, 19 of Holtsville has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. Fields was awarded the academic scholarship by the Diocese as part of an inaugural eight-member class of students who are descendants of African slaves as part of the celebration of Juneteenth.