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Two of the six award recipients of the State University of New York's (SUNY) Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2) Awards are outstanding educators from Suffolk County Community College, SUNY recently announced. Suffolk captured two of the three awards given to community colleges statewide.
Three outstanding Suffolk County Community College students will be awarded the prestigious State University of New York (SUNY) Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence at an April virtual ceremony.
Celebrating Women's History Month, Suffolk County Community College's Lyceum Gallery presents Elaine Grove: Welded Steel and Paint, an on-line exhibit of sculpture and painting. Grove, working with steel and cast iron, creates an aesthetic play of found objects. The artist speaks about her work from her East Hampton studio, leading viewers on a tour of her War Wagon, Line, and Block series, along with her paintings on metal.
New York State's new "Stay Awake! Stay Alive!" effort to combat drowsy driving kicked-off March 13 with a creative boost from Suffolk County Community College students who produced two of the three public service announcements for the campaign.
Instructor of Physics and Astronomy Zachary Richards is one of 30 teachers from 10 states selected as a 2021 NASA Airborne Astronomy Ambassador (AAAs). AAA is a professional development program for science teachers designed to improve science teaching and increase student learning and STEM engagement.