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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • There's a new sheriff in town! Congratulations to Sam Ruda, NY/NJ Port Authority's New Port Director, and Bethann Rooney, the new Deputy Director.

    Mr. Ruda and Ms. Rooney take on their new roles in the Port Department during a period when cargo volumes are at an all-time high. Their charge is to continue the strong growth into the future with the Port Authority and its private sector terminal operators joining together to expand the port’s cargo handling capabilities to meet the growing demand.

    https://www.ajot.com/news/ny-nj-port-authority-names-new-port-director-and-deputy-director

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Calling all New Jersey Alumni! There will be a chapter event in Newark on April 24th. RADM Alfultis will be there with the newly selected Captain of the TSES VI, Morgan McManus. We hope to see you there! https://conta.cc/2Kxo1z7

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Congratulations SUNY Maritime College graduate student, Andreas Stasinopoulus, for taking FIRST PLACE in the Connecticut Maritime Association Education Foundation Challenge Competition with his paper entitled “The Impact of Blockchain on the Maritime Trade.” Great presentation!!! #FirstandForemost

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • RADM Alfultis and Graduate student Andreas Stasinopoulos spoke at Connecticut Maritime Association conference. The Admiral spoke on maritime jobs and the employment seascape. Congratulations to Andreas, who won first place in the CMA Education Foundation Challenge Competition with his paper entitled “The Impact of Blockchain on the Maritime Trade"

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • SUNY Maritime College accepts the Military Friendly® award from National Program Manager Brain K. Hucik. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, accepted the award along with Robert L. Wolf, coordinator of the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs at the College.

    Mr. Hucik celebrated the efforts of Maritime college for, not only being awarded the Military Friendly® designation, but also setting a new standard by being named the number one college in their designation. Military Friendly® is the standard that measures an organization’s commitment, effort and success in creating a sustainable and meaningful opportunity for the military community.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • SUNY Maritime College takes this opportunity to promote equality, anti-discrimination, and reiterate its core value of respect. Support the elimination of racial discrimination. #MaritimeCares

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Big Day for MUGs at Maritime! No more double-timing, MUG regulation haircuts, or squaring corners......Keep reaching new heights Class of 2022!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • We are thrilled to welcome Captain Morgan McManus '92 as the new Master of the T/S EMPIRE STATE VI!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • A big thanks to Ian Lennard, President of National Cargo Bureau, and his colleagues on the Board of Directors for supporting Cadet Christopher Saisa, a first generation college student, with the National Cargo Bureau Scholarship. Congratulations Cadet Saisa!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Last Day to Register for our SPRING 2019 American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course! Become a Lifeguard this Summer!

    Registration Deadline- Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by 12noon

    Detailed course description and registration form can be found here https://communityprograms.coursestorm.com

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • New Alumni Night for the Class of '19 and January '20 Graduates is happening March 14th from 6:00pm-10:00pm. Don't miss it!

    Register as a new graduate or sign up to be an alumni mentor on our website: http://www.fsmaa.org/upcomingevents/

    For more information, email director@fsmaa.org

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • We are so proud to announce that RADM Michael Alfultis will be testifying at a hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation on Wednesday, March 6th at 10 am, in Washington, D.C. The title of the hearing is “U.S. Maritime and Shipbuilding Industries: Strategies to Improve Regulation, Economic Opportunities and Competitiveness.”

    The hearing and the Admiral’s testimony will be recorded and streamed online at this link: https://transportation.house.gov/committee-activity/hearings

    Tune in to hear the Admiral talk about three very important issues as they pertain to the training, education, and development of future mariners:
    (1) The importance of the state maritime academies in producing licensed mariners for national defense and economic security;
    (2) The need to replace the fleet of aging state maritime academy training ships that are inextricably linked to our ability to train our students; and
    (3) The importance of employment and advancement opportunities for U.S. mariners.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • SUNY Maritime has declared a snow emergency, effective Sunday evening, March 3rd, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    At this time, the National Weather Service has declared a Winter Storm Warning and is predicting between 5-9 inches of snow on campus between 7:00 PM Sunday and 6:00 AM Monday.

    To facilitate snow and ice removal from campus roads, all vehicles must be removed from campus streets by 6 p.m. Sunday evening, INCLUDING ALL STREETS IN THE VICINITY OF THE DORMS. Student vehicles are authorized to park in any lot overnight. All vehicles not removed from the streets are subject to summons and towing. Student vehicles must be returned to designated student lots/open spaces by 9:00 a.m. Monday, March 4th.

    For Monday, all classes and labs that start BEFORE 10:00 a.m. are CANCELED. All other classes and activities that begin at 10:00 a.m. or later WILL BE HELD AS SCHEDULED.

    For Regimental students: To avoid travel during the storm and to facilitate snow removal operations on campus, Taps Tonight and Morning Formation on Monday are CANCELED.

    These decisions have been made based on safety concerns. We advise students to avoid all unnecessary travel during the storm.

    Students and employees should allocate plenty of time to travel to campus.

    College officials will continue to monitor weather conditions. Updates will be shared via email, social media and RAVE emergency alerts.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • MUG parents join your cadet for an informative SST meeting this Sunday, March 3 at 1400 in the Maritime Academic Center’s Multipurpose Room.

    Hear remarks from the President, Chief Mate, Commandant of Cadets as well as a cadet panel covering all you need to know about MUG cruise; itinerary, costs, training expectations, and behavior and accountability expectations.

    Time will be provided for question and answer.

    Update: Please check the Maritime College Parents Association website for live stream information:

    http://www.sunymaritime.org/index.html

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Registration is now OPEN for our SPRING 2019 American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course!

    Registration Deadline- Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by 12noon

    Detailed course description and registration form can be found here https://communityprograms.coursestorm.com

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • SUNY Maritime has established a Female Alumni Ambassador Program to help the recruitment of prospective female students during the enrollment process. The ultimate goal of the program is to increase female student population on campus.

    Our alumni are our best ambassadors. Your enthusiasm for SUNY Maritime College combined with your own postgraduate professional and personal accomplishments exemplify how a Maritime education prepares students for a successful career. Help us attract the next generation of female mariners and engineers by connecting with prospective female students.

    Ambassadors in this program are SUNY Maritime graduates who have volunteered to help with the College’s recruiting efforts. Ambassadors will be provided a packet of information to familiarize themselves with Maritime’s academic programs and current curriculum and will directly interact with top-quality, accepted female applicants to help them make their decision to come to Maritime.

    Important dates:
    • March 8th - deadline for alumni to respond to participate in program
    • March 15th - assignment of ambassadors deadline
    • April 6th - accepted students day

    To those alumnae who are already participating in the program, thank you!

    If you are not yet a female alumni ambassador and you are interested in getting involved please contact Kim Alfultis at kalfultis@sunymaritime.edu or 718-409-3305 by Friday, March 8th.

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