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A virtual reception to accompany the virtual exhibit Journey: travels North at the Eastern Campus' Lyceum Gallery.
Suffolk County Community College's Talise Geer has been awarded the prestigious Vanguard Student Recognition Award that acknowledges outstanding students who are enrolled in career and technical education programs that prepare them for professions that are not traditional for their gender.
Suffolk County Community College has been named a 2021-22 military friendly school by militaryfriendly.com after a comprehensive evaluation.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announces the opening of a vaccination point of distribution (POD) at Suffolk County Community College's Ammerman Campus in Selden. The POD opening is in addition to two other sites operating at the College's Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood and the Eastern Campus in Riverhead. Suffolk County Community College Interim President Louis Petrizzo thanked the County Executive for his support of the College and told those gathered how proud the College was to do its part for the community. Petrizzo also thanked all the College employees involved in setting up the PODs across the three campuses and gave a special thanks to the College's student nurses -- more than 60 -- who have volunteered to help administer the vaccine.
Suffolk County Community College Assistant Professor of History and Library Services Fabio Montella has been selected to work with a group of thought leaders to "create a report of actionable ideas that your colleagues can use as they attempt to counter disinformation in their own communities."