FMCC Student work
Fulton-Montgomery Community College (FMCC), in conjunction with the Fulton Montgomery Young Professionals Network (FMYPN) of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted TEDxFMCC on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, on the FMCC campus. This event was the Fulton Montgomery, NY region’s inaugural TEDx event and featured talks on Innovation in Education, Healthcare and Community Development.
Students in the Communications and Broadcast Media major documented the event and edited together the official documentation.
Mike Dardaris | TEDxFMCC
No Bells, No Textbooks, No Desks, No Rows, No Problem
13:10 | 2017
PTECH = No bells, no textbooks, no desks, no rows, no problem. Tales from a rule breaking high school.
Vincent DeSantis | TEDxFMCC
This presentation examines the concept of the Micropolis as the ideal sustainable, healthy 21st century community using a small American city in upstate New York as a model. DeSantis discusses a type of new micropolis that fosters improved public health and happiness, environmental stewardship and high quality of life for its citizens in a culturally diverse society.
Ronald Marsh | TEDxFMCC
Robotic Surgery in Upstate New York
7:31 | 2017
In this talk, the topic of robotic surgery is explored to see how this new form of surgery reduces complications due to surgery.
Irina Gelman | TEDxFMCC
Telehealth Expanding Access to Care
How technology is being used to assess and address regional needs for healthcare.