February 6, 2009
Bioscience Student Selected To Participate In State Legislative Session Assistant Program
Asamau Mohammed Spends Spring Semester as Assembly Intern in Albany
Asamau Mohammed Asamau Mohammed, a Bioscience student from Wyandanch, 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 2009 semester, Mohammed will be in residence in Albany and working for Assembly member Andrew Hevesi's office .
The Farmingdale State College Foundation provided a scholarship to pay the full tuition in recognition of Mohammed's achievement.
A member of Farmingdale State 's Bioscience Club and the Ram's Track Team, Mohammed is one of two students selected this year to represent Farmingdale State College in this prestigious program. This is the third year a Farmingdale State student has represented the College.
The internship program is coordinated by Dr. Richard Vogel , chair of the Department of History, Economics & Politics.