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State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Schuyler Sweethearts

    This Valentine’s Day we’re taking a minute to catch up with some Maritime couples! To be featured send us a message with your story and a photo.

    “Who knew saying ‘Hi’ at the Tiv would blossom into a marriage!” David and Allison Fitzgibbons met through mutual friends while students at Maritime. After their first year as 3rd Mates, they moved out of their apartment in Chesapeake, VA and into a 42’ Grand Banks trawler. “Whenever our crazy shipping schedules lined up, we were able to travel up and down the East Coast on our boat.” We can tell they share a love of the water!

    After they both upgraded to a 2nd Mates license, they bought a house in Maine. But, being a couple that sails isn’t always easy. In 2017, their shipping schedules only let them spend about 4 weeks total together. Thankfully, David didn’t let that get him down and surprised Allison with a proposal after she got home from a hitch in Australia! They were married October 2018 with plenty of Maritime friends present (check out the second photo!) and they have a dog named Scupper.

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you two, and all the other Maritime couples out there. Spread the love and share your story with us or tag some Schuyler Sweethearts you know!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
4 days
  • More Schuyler Sweethearts!

    This Valentine’s Day we’re taking a minute to catch up with some Maritime couples! To be featured, send us a message with your story and a photo.

    Ray and Alissa McGrisken were in it for the long haul after dating their senior year of high school. They both decided to attend SUNY Maritime (Class of 2006) and made it through all four years by each other’s sides. They now live in Delaware with their two little girls, Makenzie and Sadie. Ray continues to work in the Maritime industry at ICL in Chester, PA. Alissa works in education as an Admissions Director of Saint Marks High School.

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you two, and all the other Maritime couples out there. Spread the love and share your story with us or tag some Schuyler Sweethearts you know!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
4 days
  • Schuyler Sweethearts

    This Valentine’s Day we’re taking a minute to catch up with some Maritime couples! To be featured send us a message with your story and a photo.

    John and Susan Dabbar met in less-than-romantic circumstances – on their first day of indoctrination. “We were in the same section and always standing next to each other because of our last names, Dabbar and Farmer.” They didn’t start dating until their senior year, but that was all John needed. After graduating and returning from his first hitch as a 3rd engineer, the first thing he did was come home and propose. Spoiler alert: She said yes!

    Now, after sailing for many years, John is Vice President of Federal and State Government Affairs for ConocoPhillips. Susan has had a varied and successful career as an engineer, Disney Executive, and educator. She currently owns and operates an independent educational consulting program, AdmissionSmarts. They have two children, R.J. and Skylar (no, that’s not a coincidence!). We’re wishing you two love and happiness today.

    Share your Maritime love story with us today!

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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  • Dear Maritime Community,

    All classes and campus activities will be cancelled tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12, due to impending weather conditions.

    The decision has been made based on safety concerns and we recommend that students avoid all unnecessary travel during the storm.

    For regimental students:
    There will be Taps tonight, Monday, February 11, at the regularly scheduled time(s) for each class. There will be full accountability tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12, at indoor formation, including the normal room inspection, at 1000. Reg activity at 1500 is cancelled. There will be Taps on Tuesday, February 12, at the regularly scheduled time(s) for each class. While going to meals on the Mess Deck tomorrow, khakis are to be worn. Black leather shoes are to be worn for morning muster/room inspection. Black boots (Maritime issue) and watch covers (no logos and worn properly) are authorized for wear with khakis while outdoors until further notice. Please recall that gloves and scarves, if worn, must also be plain black with no logos.

    Dining and other campus services:
    Dining kiosks and the Bottom Line will be closed but the Mess Deck will operate as usual. Tutoring schedules and other student services, including the gym and weight room, will be on a normal schedule. Team practices will be held at the coaches’ discretion; contact your coach for more information.

    For employees:
    Though classes are cancelled, the college will remain open. Only the governor has the authority to close state offices and facilities. Faculty and staff are encouraged to use their best judgment about their personal health and safety before coming to campus. If individuals deem the conditions unsafe, use the appropriate leave credits (vacation, holiday or personal leave). As a reminder, Tuesday February 12th is the state of New York’s observance of President Lincoln’s birthday.

    College officials will continue to monitor weather conditions, but we anticipate that classes and campus activities will continue as scheduled Wednesday, February 13.

    Updates will be posted on social media and distributed through RAVE emergency alerts.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • We were so excited to welcome to campus Maritime’s representative in Congress, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, within weeks of assuming her position in the US Congress! Rep. Ocasio-Cortez listened intently as students shared their experiences during Summer Sea Term and other professional internship programs. Admiral Alfultis was pleased to acquaint Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez with our mission and point out that the college is consistently ranked as one of the top four-year institutions in the nation for graduates’ salary potential, according to “PayScale.”

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • So many clubs to choose from! We hope you stopped by Maritime's Club Fair to check out all the fun ways you can get involved on and off campus.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Calling all Texas Alumni! A chapter meeting is being held at the Houston Maritime Museum on February 21st from 1800-2000. https://www.houstonmaritime.org/

    Snacks and drinks will be served. An accurate head count is needed, as the Museum will have a caterer provide the refreshments. Cost will be around $30.00 each plus an $8.00 admission fee, which goes to the Museum.

    RSVP to Mff@clipper-group.com

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • The athletic department’s newly formed athletic advisory board is hosting a great event in NYC this Wednesday and will be live streaming the basketball game at the bar. There will be free drink tickets given out as well as some awesome Maritime Athletics swag so get there early before we run out!

    Please RSVP by Tuesday at the following link https://goo.gl/forms/97CiEkuJnfeXZ7zr2

    We hope to see you there. Feel free to tell your friends!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • At a campus-wide town-hall, RADM Alfultis presents the list of strategic actions endorsed by the Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment Committee (PBAC) for 2019-2020. Each action is aligned with our strategic plan goals:

    · Achieve New Heights of Academic Excellence

    · Empower a Maritime College Faculty for the Future

    · Cultivate Strong External Partnerships

    · Champion Diversity and Inclusion

    · Foster a Vibrant Student Life

    · Realize our Future

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • It's never too late for Captain Hugh Stevens, Lecturer in the Marine Transportation Dept., to earn his bachelor's degree. A merchant mariner veteran of WWII, Captain Stevens sailed on Liberty Ships on the Murmansk run, among other extremely treacherous routes, during the war. He has had a long and successful career in the maritime industry, afloat and ashore. Congratulations Captain Stevens!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • SUNY Maritime College is preparing the next generation for careers in clean energy by establishing the off-shore wind center and the Liquefied Natural Gas center of excellence, which both received funding as part of the Clean Climate Careers initiative established by New York state governor Andrew Cuomo.

    Breaking the barriers to broader LNG uptake;
    https://www.osjonline.com/news/view,breaking-the-barriers-to-broader-lng-uptake_56433.htm

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Maritime was honored to welcome Kyle Richard, a senior at SUNY Cortland and recipient of the Joe Biden Courage Award for being an active bystander when he intervened to stop a sexual assault in progress. Kyle spoke to students about leadership and taking action to make a difference.

    Left: Kyle Richard shares his message with students.
    Center: Big smiles from Maritime Dean of Students, Will Imbriale, and President of the Student Government Association, Joe Butterworth.
    Right: RADM Alfultis shakes hands with Kyle Richard.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • The Billion Oyster Project with Cadet Bryan Campbell were featured on CBS This Morning about a new documentary, “Take Back the Harbor,” airing tonight on the Discovery Channel.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/video/oysters-could-be-the-answer-to-saving-new-york-harbor/

    SUNY Maritime students, faculty, staff and volunteers maintain five Billion Oyster Project (BOP) Restoration Stations at the Waterfront. These stations have been used by a variety of Maritime classes, the Maritime Adventure Boat Camp and local middle schools to connect the students and campers to New York Harbor. This Spring the BOP at Olivet Pier on campus hopes to increase oyster population by tens of thousands in order to enhance the natural recruitment of oysters that has already begun.

    The documentary focuses on the NY Harbor School which started the BOP. As part of this new installment student SCUBA divers from New York Harbor School are planning do to a survey of Maritime's basin.

    To learn more about the Billion Oyster Project tune in tonight 8pm EST on Discovery.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Happy 144th Birthday, Maritime!

    We have much to be proud of as we celebrate this important milestone. Thank you to all of our alumni, friends, parents, and industry partners who continue to keep Maritime College First and Foremost!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Head Coach Vinny DiGaetano Announced as a Presenter for USA Football's 2019 Conference

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Thank you to all the scholarship donors at the 2018 Connie Awards for your support of SUNY Maritime’s students!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Students in Professor Meirowitz’s American Foreign Policy class discussing current and emerging challenges to national and international security with Lt. General H.R. McMaster (US Army, Ret.).

    General McMaster was the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army for 34 years. He is the author “Dereliction of Duty: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Lies that Led to Vietnam.”

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • We had a great time seeing all of our alumni and friends down at the International Workboat Show in New Orleans!

    Thank you for all who attending the SUNY Maritime reception, sponsored by G&H Towing!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Today, SUNY Maritime is celebrating #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving back. We hope you’ll join the movement and show your Privateer Pride by making a gift to Maritime that is meaningful to you.

    Your gift to Fort Schuyler makes an impact that keeps on giving. Gifts go to support academic enhancements, faculty enrichment, and student recruitment and experiences.

    We hope we can count on your support this day of giving!

    http://www.sunymaritime.edu/giving

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • Today, Monday, Nov 26, 2018, sixteen students from Maritime’s Pre-Law Club, accompanied by Professors Mark Meirowitz and Ed Tassinari, had the privilege of visiting the US Supreme Court and the US Congress.

    At the Supreme Court, the group heard oral argument before the full Supreme Court bench concerning a major first amendment case, then heard a presentation by the Marshall of the Court which was followed by a private tour of the Supreme Court, including the Conference Rooms, the Supreme Court’s Library and hearing a presentation in the courtroom. The group then went to the US Capitol where they had a private tour given by a Congressional Aide, including the old House and Senate Chambers, the Speaker’s Balcony and the House Gallery.

    The Pre-Law Club encourages interest in the law, including for students who may want to pursue a legal career. Prof. Meirowitz is the Club’s Faculty Adviser.

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
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  • We hope you’ll support the SUNY Maritime football team as we take on Springfield College for the 2018 New England Bowl on Saturday, November 17 at 1 p.m.

    Below you can find all the information you need to know regarding the game!

State University of New York Maritime College
State University of New York Maritime College
3 months
  • SUNY Maritime is proud to honor the brave.
    Thank you to those who have served #veteransday

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