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Student Announcements
  • Library access during roofing repair
    - Posted on May 19, 2015
    • Marvin Library Learning Commons is open during roofing repairs. Access is available through the doors normally designated for exit only, to the left (or south) of the main entrance. Please do not cross into the construction area.

      On Wednesday, May 20, contractors will replace and upgrade plumbing in the lower level where flooding occurred last month. There will be construction noise in that area. The campus will be alerted if services will be temporarily relocated.

  • Hot dogs across America, part 2
    - Posted on May 19, 2015
    • Hi All,

      In case you missed our alfresco dining selections on Monday, you can try some hot dogs across America in the Marvin Library Cafe from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today, May 19.

      Stay tuned for next weeks dining selections, date and location.

      Regards,
      John Poole

  • Annual Stormwater report posted
    - Posted on May 19, 2015
    • Hudson Valley Community College’s 2015 Annual Stormwater Management Report has been posted to the Environmental Health and Safety Department’s Stormwater Management webpage: www.hvcc.edu/ehs/environmental/stormwaterreports/.

      This report must be prepared and submitted annually to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as a condition of the college’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) Permit.

      Please direct any comments or questions regarding the report or the college’s Stormwater Management Program to Laurie Vivekanand at l.vivekanand@hvcc.edu.

      Thank you,
      Laurie Vivekanand, CIH
      Director, Environmental Health and Safety

  • Bookstore closing for inventory
    - Posted on May 19, 2015
    • The Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be closed Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day.

      The bookstore also will be closed Thursday, May 28 and Friday, May 29 for inventory.

  • Wanted: Student Opinions on College Marketing
    - Posted on May 18, 2015
    • Students,

      We appreciate your opinions on college marketing activities, and invite you to take a moment to take this short online survey:

      www.surveymonkey.com/s/6TZMNKQ.

      You can enter to win one of two $100 Viking’s Cove Bookstore gift certificates for participating.

      All responses are anonymous and must be submitted by Friday, May 22.

      Thank you,

      Communications and Marketing
      Hudson Valley Community College, GUN 267
      (518) 629-8071

  • Bookstore extended hours
    - Posted on May 18, 2015
    • The Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be open for extended hours on Monday, May 18 and Tuesday, May 19 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Summer Fitness Room & Racquetball hours
    - Posted on May 15, 2015
    • Hudson Valley Community College
      Sports Complex Recreation Schedule
      Summer 2015
      — Effective May 26 – August 14 —

      Please note: The McDonough Sports Complex, McDonough Fitness Room, and Racquetball Courts have a mandatory registration procedure that must be completed prior to utilization of these facilities. Registration will take place during the hours listed below. Please see the attendant for a registration form.

      Picture ID is required for access to all recreational facilities.

      McDonough Fitness Room & Racquetball Courts
      Beginning Tuesday, May 26

      Mornings
      Mondays – Fridays, 6 to 8 a.m.
      Afternoons
      Mondays – CLOSED
      Tuesdays – CLOSED
      Wednesdays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Thursdays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Fridays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

      Individuals utilizing the Racquetball Courts MUST supply their own equipment. Protective eyewear is mandatory.

      The rooms will be CLOSED on the following dates:
      Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day
      Friday, July 3 – in honor of Independence Day

  • Welcome Week Experience!
    - Posted on May 14, 2015
    • Hudson Valley’s new 2015-2016 Student Senate leadership already has started planning for a week-long series of events to welcome all students, faculty and staff to the start of the fall 2015 semester.

      During the first week of classes, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, the campus community is invited to the “Welcome Week Experience.” Featuring daily entertainment, food, club activities and exhibition areas, the new event aims to engage new and returning students in campus life and activities as the semester begins. Students (of course!), faculty and staff will be invited to all events.

      Additional details will be shared throughout the summer as plans are finalized. For now, please mark your calendars and be on the lookout for more information!

  • Book Buyback at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore ends this week!
    - Posted on May 13, 2015
    • The Book Buyback ends this week!

      The final days and times:
      Wednesday, May 13 —  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Thursday, May 14 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Friday, May 15 — 9 a.m. to noon

      Book Buyback takes place just outside the Viking’s Cove Bookstore on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

  • E-mail and calendaring student survey
    - Posted on May 12, 2015
    • All,

      In an effort to determine the effectiveness and ease of usability for the college’s current e-mail and calendaring platforms, I have formed an e-mail work group. Thus far, the work group has developed a survey (link below) and taken part in an initial overview of Microsoft Office 365.

      In order to provide the best possible service for the campus community, the work group has focused on two primary goals:

      #1: To gather information from the campus community about interest in e-mail features and their usability.

      #2: To use the information gathered about the campus community’s perspectives on the college’s current student and staff e-mail and calendaring platforms, in order to determine if changing platforms should be considered.

      Please use the link below to share your perspective.
      https://www.hvcc.edu/secure/students/email-survey.html

      Thank you.
      Your contribution to the survey is greatly appreciated.

      Sarah Garrand
      Interim Chief Information Officer

  • Outdoor dining
    - Posted on May 12, 2015
    • To kick off the Summer, Chartwells plans to offer outdoor dining once a week. On Monday, May 18, we will be featuring Hot Dogs Across America!

      Our food cart will be located outside Marvin Library next week and will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will be offering baked goods, deli sandwiches, salads, coffee, water, soda, and smoothies during that time.

      From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we will be offering four different dogs to choose from, combo’d with homemade kettle chips, pickle and a 20 oz. beverage or coffee.

      We will be rotating our weekly themes throughout the Summer, including Mexican Street Food, Thai Street Food, Jamaican Street Food, and Local Harvest.

  • Spring 2015 final exam schedule
    - Posted on May 11, 2015
    • Spring 2015 Final Exams are scheduled for:
      Monday, May 11
      Tuesday, May 12
      Wednesday, May 13
      Thursday, May 14

      Click here for the on-campus Spring 2015 exam schedule.
      Click here for the TEC-SMART Spring 2015 exam schedule.

      Final exams for evening and all other off-campus classes are scheduled as follows and will be given during the regular class meeting time.

      Course regularly scheduled on:
      Monday Only —  exam is Monday, May 11
      Monday and Wednesday — exam is Monday, May 11
      Tuesday Only — exam is Tuesday, May 12
      Tuesday and Thursday — exam is Tuesday, May 12
      Wednesday Only — exam is Wednesday, May 13
      Thursday Only — exam is Thursday, May 14
      Friday — exam was Friday, May 8
      Saturday — exam was Saturday, May 9

      If a student is scheduled for multiple exams at the same time, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructors to coordinate scheduling.

      Should a cancellation occur, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the instructor to obtain any reschedule information.

  • Food service during finals week
    - Posted on May 8, 2015
    • During finals week, the Marvin Library Cafe will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, May 11 through Thursday, May 14.

      On behalf of all of us at Chartwells, I would like to thank everyone for a great school year and look forward to changes that we have in store for the fall.

      Good luck on your finals!
      Congratulations graduates!
      Have a safe and fun summer!

  • Journalism Internship has seats available for Fall 2015
    - Posted on May 6, 2015
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in Journalism Internship (ENGL 134 – CRN 17457) with Instructor:  M. Palmara  for fall.

      Students engage in supervised internships in news and public relations agencies.  Placement assignments will be arranged by the student intern with the consent of the supervising instructor. Students may consult the instructor for suggestions, or they may present options of their own. This is a 3-credit course. Prerequisite:  ENGL 101, Composition I and ENGL 130, Journalism and/or approval by department chair.

      Thank you,

      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      EFL Dept., BRN 035A
      629-7385.

  • Student Melanie Hecker earns honorable mention in state-wide essay competition
    - Posted on May 5, 2015
    • MelanieGarfinkelAward

      Melanie Hecker has received an honorable mention for her 2015 Garfinkel Essay submission. This year’s topic was LGBT: The Road to Equality — How have the New York Courts addressed equal human rights for the LGBT Community in the Workplace?

      Melanie worked independently on her essay throughout the spring semester in the Marvin Library and is very deserving of this distinction! Honorable mention designates Melanie’s essay as one of the 14 best submissions to this year’s contest, which is a significant accomplishment considering the number of essays submitted from across the state.

      Melanie’s achievement is recognized on the New York Courts’ website at http://www.nycourts.gov/history/academic-center/garfinkel-essay-scholarship.html.

      Congratulations Melanie!
      We admire your determination and persistence.

  • Textbook buyback begins May 6 at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore
    - Posted on May 5, 2015
    • The textbook buyback begins on Wednesday, May 6.

      If the bookstore is buying back the textbook you are selling, you will receive 50% of the current new price of that book, whether you bought it new or used. In addition, you will earn a chance to spin the famous bookstore Prize Wheel and win a fabulous prize!

      Book buyback dates and times are:

      Wednesday and Thursday, May 6 & 7 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Friday, May 8 — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
      Monday and Tuesday, May 11 & 12 — 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
      Wednesday and Thursday, May 13 & 14 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Friday, May 15 — 9 a.m. to noon

      Book buyback takes place at the Viking’s Cover Bookstore, which is located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

  • You could win a $100 bookstore gift card!
    - Posted on May 5, 2015
    • Students,

      We value your opinions on college marketing and invite you to share your thoughts by taking a short survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6TZMNKQ.

      You can enter to win one of two $100 Viking’s Cove Bookstore gift certificates for participating. All responses are anonymous and must be submitted by Friday, May 22.

      Thank you for your time.

      Communications and Marketing
      Hudson Valley Community College, GUN 267
      80 Vandenburgh Ave.
      Troy, NY 12180
      (518) 629-8071
      editor@hvcc.edu

  • College ring sale May 6 through 8!
    - Posted on May 4, 2015
    • The ring representative from Josten’s will be at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore on Wednesday, May 6, Thursday, May 7, and Friday, May 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

      The bookstore is located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

  • Home Bureaus scholarship deadline is Friday, May 8
    - Posted on May 4, 2015
    • The Foundation administers scholarships funded by the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus. The following $300 scholarships are available for students enrolled for Fall 2015; applicants must have a minimum 2.85 GPA.

      1) The Saratoga County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Early Childhood Education or Human Services programs

      2) The May Roberts Scholarship is for students in accounting, business administration or computer information systems programs.

      3) The Rensselaer County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Physical Education programs.

      4) The Dorothy Allen Scholarship is for students in Nursing or EMT/Paramedic programs.

      5) The Addie Timber Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Computer Science programs.

      E-mail scholarships@hvcc.edu for an application.

      Applications are due to the Home Bureaus contact by Friday, May 8.

  • End-of-semester clothing sale at Viking’s Cove Bookstore
    - Posted on May 1, 2015
    • The Viking’s Cove Bookstore is conducting its end-of-semester clothing sale from Monday, May 4 – Friday, May 15.

      Get 20% off all clothing!
      Hurry in today!

      Store hours are:
      Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Seats still available for AutoCAD Basics starting on May 9!
    - Posted on May 1, 2015
    • Seats still are available for AutoCAD Basics starting on May 9!

      Time is running out, so don’t delay any longer or you’ll miss this opportunity to learn the important basics about AutoCAD and how it can help you do what you need to do! There are only a few more days left to register before class begins!

      If you are interested in a building-related field and want to learn about design, get started by taking this 30-hour, in-person, non-credit class with the Workforce Development Institute (WDI). Created for individuals who are interested in learning the fundamentals of design using AutoCAD software, the course is appropriate for those either currently enrolled in HVCC or already working in a building-related field.

      The topics in this overview of AutoCAD include software tools and how to use them for specific design tasks such as:

      • 2D drawings
      • Custom templates
      • CAD plotting and layout
      • Advanced CAD commands including file management, blocks, x-refs and the creation of libraries
      • Complex drawings

      The course runs from May 9 – May 30, 2015.

      Please see our website (https://www.hvcc.edu/wdi/offerings.html#cad) for a more detailed course schedule, other important information, and how to register online, by phone, fax or in-person.

      For more information, you also may call (518) 629-7338 or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.

  • Chemistry student selected as recipient of 2015-16 Bulmer Award
    - Posted on May 1, 2015
    • Matt Sterlina was selected as this year’s recipient of the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research for his outstanding paper on scientist Lord William Thomson Kelvin in fulfillment of the requirements for Chemistry I during fall 2014 semester.  Matt was nominated by Dr. Danica Nowosielski.

      Matt will be recognized at Students Honors on May 14, 2015 and will be included in the commencement program. In addition, Matt’s name will be inscribed on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library.

      Thanks to Dr. Bulmer, Matt will receive a check from The Foundation in the amount of $150 for his efforts.

      bulmerplaque

       

      Congratulations to all of our nominees, and thanks to faculty nominators:

      Prof. Joshua Kohan – Vaccines and Viruses: From Edward Jenner to the future – English Comp – Nathaniel Ekstorm

      Dr. Nowosielski – Dmitri Mendeleev – Chemistry – Angelina Giorgio

      Dr. Nowosielski –  Fritz Haber – Chemistry – Levi Kelly

      Dr. Nowosielski – Scientist Report – Chemistry – Marina Lanaro

      Prof. Sessing-Matcha – Culture, Society and Media and its effects on ideal body image – Sociology – Eric Linkowski

      Dr. Catone-Matino – Three Roads Down Information Highway An Introduction of Internet Gaming Addiction – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi

      Dr. Catone-Matino – Monsters on the Information Highway How cyberbullying through Social Media Impacts the Ability of Teenagers to Establish Healthy Identities – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi

      Dr. Nowosielski – Ernest Orlando Lawrence – Chemistry – Andrew Muratorri

      Dr. Nowosielski – The Work of James Prescott Joule – Chemistry – Caleb Nasman

      Dr. Susan Kayorie – Thaddeau Kosciuszko: Not Just The Twin Bridges Guy – English Comp – Oksana Pawlush

      Dr. Nowosielski – DEMOCRITUS: Atomism in the Ancient World – Chemistry – Jacob Peterson

      Dr. Nowosielski – Wilhelm Roentgen – Chemistry – Tim Rooney

      Prof. Hathaway – Incarcerated Infants: Mothers and Babies in Prison – English Comp – Christine Thompson

      ***
      Faculty members are encouraged to nominate papers submitted after this year’s deadline (Apr. 24) in consideration for next year’s award.

      For more information contact Val Waldin, MRV 141, v.waldin@hvcc.edu, ext. 7319.

  • Foundation Friday: Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation grant will help students get childcare at the Viking Day Care Center
    - Posted on May 1, 2015
    • The Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation (TSBCF) has awarded the Foundation $150,000 to support scholarships for students with children that utilize the Viking Day Care Center. The grant was completed by Ann Carrozza and her team at the Faculty Student Association (FSA).

      Through this grant, students will have financial support to receive full-time care in a nurturing environment for their children while obtaining a college education that will lead to greater career opportunities. This grant will restore childcare tuition assistance that was lost due to grant reductions. For the next five years, 10 scholarships will be awarded per semester for a total of 20 per year.

      This is a wonderful accomplishment for the FSA and allows them to achieve their mission of providing auxiliary services to the campus community. The TSBCF gift will have a direct impact, enabling low income students to achieve their academic goals and have a lasting effect on the children of those students who attend the nationally-accredited Viking Day Care Center.

  • Electronic recycling event on Monday, May 18
    - Posted on April 30, 2015
    • The Sustainability Committee
      is hosting its annual
      Electronic Recycling Event!

      Monday, May 18 — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
      Parking lot A (in front of BTC)

      No drop off fee for Hudson Valley Community College employees or students with a valid ID!

      Public fees are:
      Monitors — $8
      TVs under 27″ — $12
      TVs over 27″ — $30
      Wood console, projection or other oversized — $36

      Any questions, please call Maxine at 629-7787
      or e-mail m.ortiz@hvcc.edu.

  • UAlbany information session on new Bio-instrumentation Degree
    - Posted on April 30, 2015
    • On Monday, May 4 at 2 p.m. in Science Center 105, Dr. John Tine will present information on UAlbany’s new four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Bio-instrumentation. Highlights of this degree program are:

      • Complements and extends Hudson Valley’s A.S. Biology and Biotechnology majors
      • Accepts graduates with a BSC or BIO A.S. degree for transfer
      • Develops an in-depth knowledge of the theory & operation of state-of-the-art instrumentation currently in demand in biomedical, biology, biotechnology and public health laboratories
      • Provides strong background in biological sciences plus major public health issues
      • Hands-on research experiences through internships in University laboratories
      • Real-world experience through cooperative training internships at local biotechnology companies or academic laboratories.

      Find out more about this new degree and get your questions answered by attending Dr. Tine’s talk.

      For more information, contact Nancy Bush at: n.bush@hvcc.edu or (518) 629-7681.

  • Hudsonian editor’s op-ed piece published in Times Union
    - Posted on April 29, 2015
    • An op-ed piece by Patrick Gareau, editor-in-chief of The Hudsonian, was published April 28 in the Times Union.

      Please click here to read the piece, entitled “Engage in politics at local level.”

       

  • Library presentation: Researching historic clothing
    - Posted on April 29, 2015
    • The Marvin Library will offer a talk on researching historic clothing at noon on Tuesday, May 5, in the library room 143.

      The talk will cover an introduction to issues in studying historic clothing, online and print resources, and the role of social media in developing a costuming community. People interested in re-creating historical clothing for the theater or their own use are especially welcome.

      The talk is presented by Anne Matusiewicz, this semester’s library intern. Anne has been a costumer since 2002 and a living historian since 2008. She is finishing her master’s degree in Information Science at the University of Albany.

  • “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret” film showing on Wednesday, April 29
    - Posted on April 27, 2015
    • Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

      Wednesday, April 29 from 6 to 9 p.m.
      Maureen Stapleton Theatre
      Free and open to the public.

      The film, Cowspiracy, exposes animal agriculture as the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, generating more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry.

      Kathy Stevens, founder and director of the Catskill Animal Sanctuary, is guest speaker and Demosthenes Maratos of the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, who appears in  Cowspiracy, also will attend.

      Cowspiracy may be the most important film made to inspire saving the planet.” – Louis Psihoyos, Oscar-winning director of “The Cove”

      Sponsored by the Animal Outreach Club at Hudson Valley Community College and New York State Humane Association.

  • Graduating? You may qualify for health insurance and a special enrollment period
    - Posted on April 24, 2015
    • Students who graduate from college may qualify for the opportunity to enroll in affordable health care coverage, according to information from the NYS Department of Health.

      NY State of Health, the state’s health plan marketplace, is where New Yorkers can shop, compare and enroll in a quality, affordable health plan and qualify for financial assistance to reduce their costs.

      Students who qualify have 60 days from the date of graduation or other qualifying life event to use a special enrollment period.

  • Author TC Boyle on campus today!
    - Posted on April 24, 2015
    • Milo Boyle photo

      TC Boyle (Milo Boyle photo)

      New York Times bestselling author TC Boyle will be on campus Friday, April 24 at 11 a.m. for a reading and book signing in the BTC auditorium.

      Boyle will read from his recent novel, “The Harder They Come,” an exploration of the roots of violence and antiauthoritarianism in America. Boyle is the author of more than 24 works of fiction and has received numerous literary awards, including the Pen Faulkner Prize for the best novel (“World’s End,” 1998).

      The Friday reading is free and open to the all. Seating is limited and on a first-come basis. Doors open at 10:15 a.m.

      Boyle’s visit is presented by the Cultural Affairs Program in association with the Department of English, Foreign Languages and English as a Second Language.

  • Rensselaer County plans “POD” drill for Friday, May 1
    - Posted on April 23, 2015
    • Distribution Exercise and College Emergency Drill
      Friday, May 1 — 7 a.m. to noon
      McDonough Sports Complex

      The Rensselaer County Health Department and other community public health partners will perform a Point of Distribution (POD) exercise in the McDonough Field House from 7 a.m. to noon on Friday, May 1.

      A POD location is where health departments distribute medication or provide medical treatment in the event of a real emergency situation, such as a bio-hazard release, a widespread severe influenza outbreak, or an outbreak of a disease like Ebola or Anthrax .

      This on-campus POD drill is intended to improve the Health Department’s ability to respond to emergencies. Nearly 100 county staff members will be on site and more than 500 participants from local community groups will volunteer as patients.

      Please note: POD staff and participants will use I Lot (across North Road from B Lot) for parking, which will restrict access for students, faculty and staff.

      In addition, during the POD exercise, the college’s emergency response committee will conduct a “tabletop” drill to practice crisis response procedures of our own.

  • It’s time to get “pumped” up!
    - Posted on April 23, 2015
    • Walk A Mile In Her Shoes 2015
      The International Men’s March
      to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence
      Saturday, April 25
      Riverfront Park, Troy

      We challenge men literally to walk one mile in women’s shoes in order to raise awareness about rape, sexual assault and gender violence.

      Check-in/Refreshments at 11 a.m.
      Walk at noon
      with Emcee Dan Bazile of WNYT/News Channel 13

      Register online at https://www.nehealth.com/Register/Walk_a_Mile/. More information, please contact Lindsey Crusan at ( 518) 271-3639.

       

  • Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead in Maureen Stapleton Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday
    - Posted on April 22, 2015
    • The Theatre Arts program and Theatre Club will present “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday (April 23-25) in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre, located in the Siek Campus Center.

      First performed in August 2004, “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” was written by Bert V. Royal and is an “unauthorized parody.” that imagines characters from the popular comic strip Peanuts as teenagers.

      The play is a frank, comic, and also poignant interpretation of the Charles Shulz’s Peanuts gang, who’ve grown into young adults. The play begins with the death of CB’s beloved dog and CB questioning the existence of an afterlife, and continues as an arresting look at teenage rebellion, self-awareness, drug use, violence, and sexual identity. The ending of the play is both haunting and hopeful. Because of explicit language and mature content, the play is not appropriate for anyone under the age of 14. The play runs approximately one hour and twenty minutes and there will not be an intermission.

      Admission is free for all Hudson Valley Community College with a valid student ID. All other students are $5 with a valid student ID. General admission is $10.

      For further information please contact Rosanne Raneri at 629-7654 or at r.raneri@hvcc.edu.

  • Viking Child Care Center has immediate openings
    - Posted on April 21, 2015
    • The Viking Child Care Center, a nationally accredited and licensed day care center located right here on campus, has openings for toddlers and preschoolers. Come for a visit and stay for your child’s preschool years!

      The center offers quality early education, daily hands-on art and music experiences, circle time learning to share and play with other children, and opportunities for play in the gym or outdoor playground. Breakfast, lunch and snack are provided as well.

      Tuition is based on a sliding-fee scale for Hudson Valley Community College students with some assistance available to those who qualify. We also are accepting children of community members — faculty, staff and neighbors.

      Please stop in for a visit or call 629-4506 to schedule a tour!

       

  • Variety of employers recruiting on campus!
    - Posted on April 21, 2015
    • All students are welcome to visit the employers listed below on the dates they will be recruiting on campus. Unless designated, all employers will be located in the Siek Campus Center, first floor.

      Monday, April 27 — Mazzone Hospitality
      Tuesday, April 28 — Lowe’s
      Wednesday, April 29 — AM Contracting (Hudson Hall)
      Wednesday, April 29 — Vector Marketing
      Monday, May 4 — Mutual of Omaha
      Tuesday, May 5 — SolarCity
      Wednesday, May 6 — NY National Guard
      Thursday, May 7 — Primerica

      Good luck!

      Center for Careers and Employment Office
      Siek Campus Center, room 270
      (518) 629-7326

  • Soothing Sound Chamber and Labyrinth Walk on April 22
    - Posted on April 21, 2015
    • Celebrate Earth Day with a Soothing Sound Chamber and Labyrinth Walk.

      Wednesday, April 22nd.
      Siek Campus Center, Rm 204
      Refreshments provided.

      For more information click here.

      Sponsored by the Hudson Valley Community College Campus Ministry.

  • Home Bureaus scholarships available
    - Posted on April 21, 2015
    • The Foundation administers scholarships funded by the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus. The following $300 scholarships are available for students enrolled in Fall 2015; applicants must have a minimum 2.85 GPA.

      1) The Saratoga County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Early Childhood Education or Human Services programs

      2) The May Roberts Scholarship is for students in accounting, business administration or computer information systems programs.

      3) The Rensselaer County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Physical Education programs.

      4) The Dorothy Allen Scholarship is for students in Nursing or EMT/Paramedic programs.

      5) The Addie Timber Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Computer Science programs.

      E-mail scholarships@hvcc.edu for an application. Applications are due to Home Bureaus contact by Friday, May 8.

  • JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! Everywhere… need extra cash?
    - Posted on April 20, 2015
    • The Center for Careers and Employment has a large variety of open positions available to ALL students and alumni. Full-time or part-time, summer jobs or internships — all are listed in the Online Job Bank.

      Visit www.hvcc.edu/cce/students-alumni/. Select “Searching for Employment” and then “Access the Hudson Valley Community College Job Bank.”

      Click “Register” to complete the registration form. You will receive an e-mail with a confirmation link. You MUST click the link in this e-mail to access your account. Begin your search! You will receive a second e-mail with your username and password to access the site in the future. Save this information in a safe place!

      If you do not receive an e-mail with the confirmation or your username and password, please check your “spam” or “junk” mail folders.

      Contact the Center for Careers and Employment Office at (518) 629-7326 or cce@hvcc.edu, or stop by the office, which is located in the Siek Campus Center, room 270.

  • Reminder: Sustainability Fair is Thursday, April 23
    - Posted on April 20, 2015
    • The campus community is invited to celebrate Earth Day at the Sustainability Fair on Thursday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The fair includes environmental demonstrations and displays, a seed and plant exchange and vendors selling locally made or grown products. There will be a drop box for used cell phones to be recycled. Activities take place in the Campus Center, and in the Campus Quad weather permitting.

      To contribute seeds (no more than a year old) and/or non-invasive plants to the exchange, please contact Maxine Ortiz at (518) 629-7787 or m.ortiz@hvcc.edu.

      The fair is sponsored by the college’s Sustainability Committee.

      Related events taking place through the end of April are:

      CoGeneration Plant Tours
      Monday, April 20, 1 p.m.
      Thursday, April 24, 10 a.m.
      Meet at plant main entrance. Register (required) at (518) 629-7787 or m.ortiz@hvcc.edu

      Nature Trail Walk
      Thursday, April 23, 9 – 9:40 a.m.
      Meet at trailhead near campus Cogeneration Plant

      “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”
      Wednesday, April 29, 6 – 9 p.m.
      Maureen Stapleton Theatre
      A talk on the effects of animal agriculture on Global Warming

      “Invasive Species: Coming to a Community Near You”
      Thursday, April 30, 11 to 11:50 a.m.
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium
      An overview of the effects of invasive species in the Capital/Mohawk region, control efforts and citizen participation in control.

      An Electronics Recycling event takes place on Friday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Parking Lot A (in front of the Bulmer Telecommunications Center), sponsored by the college’s Sustainability Committee. Your unwanted electronic items are accepted at no cost. However, there is a $10 fee to recycle TVs and computer monitors.

  • Marvin Library Learning Commons relocated services update
    - Posted on April 20, 2015
    • UPDATE: During flooding repairs in the lower level of the Marvin Library Learning Commons, the following services and staff are temporarily relocated until further notice.

      Learning Assistance Center (LAC): Available in the Marvin Library Multipurpose Room, second floor. Workshops are cancelled. Mr. Frament is located in MRV144.

      Collegiate Academic Support Services (CASP): Available in MRV224 on the second floor.

      Computer Learning Center (CLC): Available in Computer Cafe on the first floor of Siek Campus Center. ACE computers are also available in the Writing and Research Center on the library’s second floor. Laptop lending service is available from the first floor service desk.

      Instructional Media Center (IMC): Available at the library’s first floor service desk; items will be retrieved from the IMC collection. Multimedia rooms are not available; digital arts and digital photography equipment are available in Computer Cafe.

      Learning Disabilities Services: Any student needing to meet with Learning Disabilities staff should contact Doreen McGreevy at 629-7274.

      Flexible Learning Space (FLS): Closed. Any scheduled instruction has been relocated.

      Quiet study space: Campus Center 294 is available for quiet study Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. now through Friday, May 1.

      Thank you for your patience while repairs are underway.

  • Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony is April 29
    - Posted on April 20, 2015
    • You are cordially invited to attend the Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony which will be held on Wednesday, April 29 in the BTC Auditorium at 5 p.m. Reception to follow.

      Please come and support the students who have achieved this prestigious honor.

      Fall 2014 PTK Inductees
      Kossi Agbossamey, Accounting
      Malachi Allen, Individual Studies
      Lynn Andrews, Business – Accounting
      Carolyn Archer-Dimura, Telecommunications Technology – Verizon
      Maureen Bailey, Individual Studies
      Marion Baker, Business – Accounting
      Barbara Barcomb, Mortuary Science
      Noah Barton, Fine Arts
      Jason Braun, Computer Information Systems: System & Network Administration
      Benjamin Brickman, Business – Business Administration
      Tonya Brock, Theatre Arts
      Christine Brown, Physical Education Studies
      Ingrid Carlson, Computer Information Systems: System & Network Administration
      Veronica Cartier, Individual Studies
      Donald Casey, Criminal Justice
      John Charland, Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services
      Zachary Cole, Individual Studies
      Kaitlyn Connolly, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Darren Conoby, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Christine Corral, Human Services
      Craig Cuccia, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
      Katharine Dashiell, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Morgan Dehmel, Individual Studies
      Jamie Devlin, Dental Hygiene
      Arthur DiLello, Computer Information Systems (AAS)
      Marcy Dwyer, Nursing
      Juliana Flavin, Business – Business Administration
      Lydia Gerardi, Individual Studies
      Samantha Godfrey, Individual Studies
      Racheal Guzman, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Kimberly Hannell, Nursing
      Daniel Hart, Business – Business Administration
      Thomas Helin, Broadcast Communications
      Deanna Helm, Business – Business Administration
      Mary Henion, Individual Studies
      Shakeema Hill, Biological Science
      Endera Houze, Business Administration
      Ivy Hume, Individual Studies
      Karin Jacobson, Early Childhood
      Gabrielle Jarosz, Fine Arts
      Tasia Johnson, Business Administration
      Deborah Johnson, Biological Science
      Jae Yun Ko, Business – Business Administration
      Christopher Lance, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Yaoshi Lin, Engineering Science
      Feng Lin, Individual Studies
      Eleanor Maloney, Human Services
      Angelia Medick, Business Administration
      Alexander Mehner, Engineering Science
      Jafar Mohammad Ali, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Russell Monroe, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
      Jacob Moreland, Individual Studies
      Amanda Neveu, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Jaime Peacock, Business – Business Administration
      Stacey Phelps, Civil Engineering Technology
      Herbert Phillips, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Josh Piasnik, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Crystal Pizarro, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Brooke Plotzker, Human Services
      Candace Pollydore, Human Services
      Malcolm Porterfield, Engineering Science
      Justin Posner, Computer Information Systems (AAS)
      Sophia Quartarone, Mortuary Science
      Tamika Richardson, Nursing
      Connor Ryan, Nursing
      Misbah Un Noor Sana, Computer Information Systems (AAS)
      Skye Schaefer, Individual Studies
      David Schwenker, Engineering Science
      Traci Scrom, Health Information Management & Technology
      Paul Serapilio, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Math & Science
      Jessica Stout, Environmental Science
      Mia Stufflebeam, Dental Hygiene
      Emily Tudor, Dental Hygiene
      Sarah VanderWouden, Business – Business Administration
      Heather Veysey, Criminal Justice
      Siao Huei Wang, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Kaylie Willsey, Broadcast Communications
      Evan Zenker, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Dariusz Zieba, Construction Technology – Building Construction

      Spring 2015 PTK Inductees
      Schaad Adams, Mechanical Engineering Technology
      Moriah Amadeo, Early Childhood
      Kossi Amlalo Azankpo, Computer Information Systems (AAS)
      Joseph Avellino, Business – Business Administration
      Barbara Barcomb, Mortuary Science
      Luke Bateman, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Mathematics & Science
      Emily Bond, Engineering Science
      Ayomide Borisade, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Nakia Bostic, Human Services
      Regina Britton, Dental Hygiene
      William Brownell, Business – Business Administration
      Renee Brozowski, Business – Accounting
      Derek Cacciotti, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Kelly Camp, Biological Sciences
      Brandi Carabateas-Shook, Human Services
      Shane Carney, Individual Studies
      Gianna Caruso, Business – Business Administration
      Michael Cavanaugh, Business – Accounting
      Amanda Charlton, Dental Assisting
      Shamus Chowenhill, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Thomas Chuchta, Business – Business Administration
      Alexa Clouthier, Individual Studies
      Zachary Cole, Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services
      Katharine Colliton, Business Administration
      Dustin Conte, Business – Business Administration
      Marlene Countermine, Human Services
      Natalie Cremeans, Early Childhood
      Andrea Currie, Engineering Science
      Mathieu Cusson, Criminal Justice (AAS)
      Sean Dales, Business – Business Administration
      Bonnie Daley, Individual Studies
      Sarah Dempsey, Business – Business Administration
      Josiah Dillon, Business – Business Administration
      Roxanne Domines, Biological Sciences
      Tory Drescher, Individual Studies
      Caleb Ducharme, Civil Engineering Technology
      Joseph Dugan, Criminal Justice (AAS)
      Steven Elmer, Business – Business Administration
      Drew Fatone, Biological Sciences
      Sabrina Fitzgerald, Business Administration
      Joseph Frazier, Human Services
      Kelly Furey, Business Administration
      Devon Gerstenberger, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Jacob Gidley, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Kelli Gormley, Business Administration
      Kristian Gutenmann, Engineering Science
      Savanna Haner, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Grace Harrison, Individual Studies
      Michael Hart, Overhead Electric Line Worker
      Joshua Henderson, Theatre Arts
      Nicholas Hickok, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Danielle Hilt, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Liesl Hull, Dental Hygiene
      Ryan Jeska, Health Information Management & Technology
      Cynthia Johnson, Human Services
      Rianne Johnson, Individual Studies
      Brian Johnson, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Andrew Keith, Business – Business Administration
      Anna Khodabandehloo, Business – Business Administration
      Ryan Kot, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Larry Krusieski, Mechanical Engineering Technology
      Christopher Kudlacik, Engineering Science
      Connor Laliberte, Engineering Science
      Michelle Lisboa, Nursing
      Ashley Madsen, Radiologic Technology
      Isaiah Marcelle, Business Administration
      Tiffany Marriner, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Elise Marson, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Desmond Martin, Mortuary Science
      Lucio Martins, Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services
      Lisa Mason, Early Childhood
      Scott McClintock, Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services
      Richard Melendez, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Matilda Mihal, Individual Studies
      Carlee Miller, Administrative Information Management & Technology
      Katelyn Milos, Digital Media
      Yara Mohamed Youssef, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
      Navera Moritori, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Diana Murcia-Montoya, Computer Information Systems: Web Design and WWW Programming
      Anne O’Brien, Individual Studies
      Brody O’Connor, Business – Business Administration
      Janette Oduor, Business – Accounting
      Christian Onderdonk-Milne, Construction Technology – Building Construction
      Meredith Pascale, Disabilities Studies
      Sydney Phillips, Criminal Justice (AS)
      Laura Pierson, Individual Studies
      Michael Pucci, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Lauryn Rawls, Individual Studies
      William Reed, Architectural Technology
      Michael Rhodes, Computer Information Systems (AS)
      Jose Rivera Roca, Physical Sciences
      Shannon Scala, Business – Marketing
      Jonathan Schaefer, Mechanical Engineering Technology
      Jennifer Secor, Business Administration
      MacLean Shakshober, Engineering Science
      Debra Shannon, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Charles Sivaslian, Criminal Justice (AAS)
      Kristina Slater, Criminal Justice (AAS)
      Alicia St. Germain, Liberal Arts & Sciences – Humanities & Social Sciences
      Michaella Suits, Business – Business Administration
      Christine Thompson, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Sandar Tun, Business – Accounting
      Leah VonFricken, Digital Media
      Jennifer Vreeland, Computer Information Systems: System & Network Administration
      Danielle Whatley, Early Childhood
      Jie Xu, Individual Studies
      Sylvester Yee, Respiratory Care
      Sara York, Dental Assisting
      Lauren Zibura, Chemical Dependency Counseling
      Nicholas Zotto, Business – Business Administration

  • Work of four students chosen for SUNY ‘Best of’ art show this summer
    - Posted on April 20, 2015
    • Four Hudson Valley Community College students have been selected by judges for the “Best of Show” SUNY System Administration Art Show exhibited in the New York State Museum this summer

      The work of Samantha Bedell (Individual Studies), Megan Cassidy (Fine Arts), Angela D’Amico (Digital Media) and Arnela Mahmutovic (Fine Arts) were selected as Best of Show finalists from the Spring 2015 show.

      Open through the summer, the juried exhibition features artworks chosen by individual art departments across SUNY’s 64 campuses. Included are works selected from more than 300 pieces submitted for the SUNY Art Student Exhibition Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 at the State University Plaza in Albany. The traditional areas of drawing, ceramics, painting, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture and digitally-produced works are included.

      At a June 9 reception three Best of Show winners will receive a $1,000 prize, and four $500 honorable mentions also will be awarded.

      The images below were those selected from, from left, Mahmutovic, Cassidy, D’Amico and Bedell.

       

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  • Evening Student reception is Wednesday, April 22
    - Posted on April 17, 2015
    • The Office of Continuing Education, Summer Sessions and Workforce Development and the Student Senate are hosting the bi-annual Evening Student Reception on Wednesday, April 22 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Siek Campus Center.

      For many years, Wednesday evening instructors and students have attended this event during their regularly scheduled class break. This reception affords students an opportunity to socialize and enjoy music brought to them by a locally-renowned DJ. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided and students will be able to enter a drawing to win gift cards to the college’s Viking’s Cove Bookstore.

      We hope you can attend this exciting event!

  • Fall 2015 peer tutor recruitment
    - Posted on April 17, 2015
    • Peer Tutor Recruitment

      The Peer Tutoring Program seeks qualified students who enjoy helping others. If this idea appeals to you, then tutoring may be a nice part-time job for you for the Fall 2015 semester.

      If you enjoy helping others and have a few hours a week to devote to a part-time on campus job then Peer Tutoring may be just the thing for you.

      Requirements for Peer Tutors:

      • Must be a currently registered student at Hudson Valley Community College.
      •  On the President’s or Dean’s List.
      • Be a quality student with a recommendation from a faculty member for the course in which you wish to tutor.

      To apply to be a Peer Tutor:

      • Pick up an application outside MRV144 located on the 1st floor of the Marvin Library Learning Commons (just past the men’s room) or send an e-mail to d.frament@hvcc.edu.
      • Ask a faculty member for a recommendation and have them send it to Don Frament via e-mail (d.frament@hvcc.edu) or interoffice mail (Don Frament, MRV001).
      • Return your completed application to Don Frament in MRV144.
        • You will be contacted once we receive the faculty recommendation.
        • You must successfully complete an interview and Peer Tutor Training in order to be hired.

      Peer tutoring is a paid student worker position.

  • Free HIV test
    - Posted on April 17, 2015
    • Take a rapid HIV test

      • no cost to you
      • no blood
      • no needles

      Written results are available in 20 minutes!

      Monday, April 20 from 1 to 3 p.m.
      College Health Services
      Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, room 146

      STD treatment referral also available.

  • Cell phone collection on Thursday, April 23
    - Posted on April 16, 2015
    • I will be collecting old cell phones again this year at the Sustainability Fair on Thursday, April 23

      You can recycle good or broken cell phones. Good ones will be recycled for domestic violence victims and if they have any worth, the FSA Food Bank will receive the money from the profits. The phones will need the sim card in order for it to be worth anything. If the phone is bad, it will just be recycled.

      You can bring cell phones to me anytime until the end of April  or send them via inter-office mail to Carlene in HGB119.

      Thank you for your support!
      Carlene

  • Voices Lecture on invasive species on Thursday, April 30
    - Posted on April 16, 2015
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “Invasive Species — Coming to a Community Near You” by Laurel R. Gailor Thursday, April 30, from 11 to 11:50 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Laurel R. Gailor, coordinator of the Mohawk Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM), provides a general overview of invasive species in the Capital/Mohawk Region. Information will include updates from research institutes and the Invasive Species Council, as well as a summary of citizen participatory activities, including IMapInvasives, science projects, internships and other research projects.

  • Financial Aid Workshop on Wednesday, April 15
    - Posted on April 14, 2015
    • Hudson Valley Community College is hosting a Financial Aid Workshop — open free to all — on Wednesday, April 15 in room 100 of the Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center.

      Attendees will learn about financial aid eligibility, how to apply for federal and state aid, as well as how to complete the FAFSA online. Those who cannot attend, can view a live webcast at www.hvcc.edu/finaid/workshops.

      For more details and to pre-register, please visit:
      https://www.hvcc.edu/finaid/workshops.html.

       

  • Schedule Change for Earth Day Related Events
    - Posted on April 14, 2015
    • The tour of the CoGen Plant scheduled for Friday, April 24 has been changed to Monday, April 20. The time remains the same, 1 p.m. There is also a tour on Thursday, April 23 at 10 a.m. Get a close-up look at the systems that power the campus.

      Registration is required for both tours. Please call Maxine at (518) 629-7787 or e-mail her at m.ortiz@hvcc.edu to sign up.

  • Your vote is needed to retain title as “best college” in Best of the Capital Region poll
    - Posted on April 14, 2015
    • The annual Times Union “Best of the Capital Region” poll is underway and we’re counting on you to vote for Hudson Valley Community College! For six consecutive years, Hudson Valley has been the top vote getter as “best two-year college.”

      The online ballot is available at
      https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TUbestof2015.
      Online voting closes at noon on Friday, April 17. Only one ballot per person (or computer) is allowed.

      PLEASE NOTE: There is no “best two-year college” category this year, so please list Hudson Valley Community College for “#23. Best college” in the Goods and Services section of the survey.

      Vikings can be entered for “#24. Best local college sports team.” Also, earlier in the poll under “Arts and Entertainment,” please write in The Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College as your choice for “Best art gallery.”

      And don’t forget, those who complete at least 20 of the survey questions are entered into a drawing for an iPad! A winner will be announced June 18.

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Valley Falls Resident Marcella Smith Receives President’s Award for Excellence in College Service at Hudson Valley Community College

Wynantskill Resident Matthew Howe Receives President’s Award for Excellence in College Service at Hudson Valley Community College

Waterford Resident Antoinette Howard Receives President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching at Hudson Valley Community College

Wilton Resident Brian Farr Receives President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching at Hudson Valley Community College

Delmar Resident Judith Bowers Receives President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching at Hudson Valley Community College

Five Faculty/Staff Receive 2015 President’s Award for Excellence at Hudson Valley Community College

Hudson Valley Community College Faculty and Staff Receive 2015 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence

Rensselaer Resident Zachary Yannone Receives SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service

Wynantskill Resident Vonnie Vannier Receives SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service

Delmar Resident Elizabeth Riccio Receives SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching

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