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January 14, 2008

Management Technology Student Selected to Participate in State Legislative Session Assistant Program

Dr. Francine Federman (School of Business), Foundation member Robert C. Godfrey (CB Ellis of Woodbury), Jill O'Sullivan (Management Technology), Laura Marenco, Foundation Member Richard Overton (Forest Labs of Commack), Dr. Richard Vogel (History, Economics & Politics) and President W. Hubert Keen.
Dr. Francine Federman (School of Business), Foundation member Robert C. Godfrey (CB Ellis of Woodbury), Jill O'Sullivan (Management Technology), Laura Marenco, Foundation Member Richard Overton (Forest Labs of Commack), Dr. Richard Vogel (History, Economics & Politics) and President W. Hubert Keen. 

Dr. W. Hubert Keen, president of Farmingdale State College, is proud to announce that Laura Marenco, a Management Technology student from Massapequa , has been selected to receive a New York State Legislative Session Assistant Award. While enrolled in fifteen credits of directed independent study for the spring 2008 semester, Marenco will be in residence in Albany and will work for one of the New York State Senators.

The Farmingdale College Foundation provided a scholarship to pay the tuition in full in recognition of Marenco's achievement.

A transfer student from Nassau Community College, Marenco holds a Series 7 license and worked in the financial sector.

Marenco is the second student to represent Farmingdale State College in this prestigious program. Two years ago, Farmingdale State student Jordan Henner interned with Senator John Flanagan.

The program is coordinated by Dr. Richard Vogel, Chair of the Department of History, Economics & Politics.

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