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    Sayville Resident Promoted to Professor at Farmingdale State College
    October 10, 2016 8:10 pm  
    Sayville Resident Promoted to Professor at Farmingdale State College

    Lynn A. Marsh, a Sayville resident, has been promoted to full professor in the dental hygiene department at Farmingdale State College.

    http://www.sayville.com/banners/kay2016/Forevermark_KAY-fall16.jpgDr. Marsh joined the dental hygiene faculty in 2004 as adjunct professor.  In 2007 she was promoted to assistant professor and then associate professor in 2012, and currently serves as the assistant chairperson of the dental hygiene department. She won the Farmingdale College Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015.

    Her educational background includes an EdD in Educational Administration, Leadership and Technology from Dowling College; an MS in Health Services Administration from SUNY Polytechnic Institute; and a BS and AS in Dental Hygiene from Farmingdale.

    Dr. Marsh is a prolific writer, publishing in many professional journals.  Her research focuses on dental hygienist attitudes toward willingness to volunteer care for the undeserved population.  She has presented her research at many international research conferences.

    Her professional memberships include the American Dental Hygienists Association, New York State Dental Hygiene Educators Association, Long Island Dental Hygienists’ Association and Sigma Phi Alpha/National Dental Hygiene Honor Society.












    Farmingdale State College prepares students with the education, skills, and critical thinking needed to meet tomorrow’s challenges. As the largest of SUNY’s colleges of technology (with more than 9,000 students), FSC equips students with the resources and knowledge sought by today’s emerging industries. Offering bachelor and associate degrees, FSC will soon offer its first graduate program.  At FSC, students learn in small, personalized classes and have abundant opportunities for applied learning—internships, clinical training, and guided research—that provide practical instruction and personal growth. Located an hour east of Manhattan, the campus offers residential halls, a lush 380-acre campus undergoing major renovation, and a highly successful NCAA Division III athletics program with modern facilities to make FSC one of the fastest-growing colleges in the region. In addition, in 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013, FSC was listed one of the best colleges in the North and in 2013 FSC was the only SUNY school (and the only LI school) listed in the LEAST debt category in the section titled Student Debt Load at Graduation for regional colleges in the north. In 2015 UniversityPrimeTime.com again listed FSC the fifth safest college in the nation. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/farmingdale.

    Peter F. Crescenti
    Media Relations Manager
    Farmingdale State College
    Horton Hall – Rm. 115

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