We were fortunate to have Dr. Mohammad M. Maula from Harrisburg Area Community College teach Environmental Science at FGCC in the fall term of 2011.
I would like to highlight a few milestones in Dr. Maula’s life. He got a M. Sc. in Zoology from the University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India. He then lectured at Surendranath College in Kolkata, India for 20 years. From 1976 to 1985 Dr. Maula studied German at the Goethe Institut in Kolkata and in 1980 Dr. Maula spent some time at the Goethe Institut in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. In 1982 he received the Lehrersprachdiplom and taught “Deutsch als Fremsprache” for 4 years. In 1985 Dr. Maula went to the USA and in 1993 he completed a Ph.D. in Zoology (Marine Biology) at the University of Maryland at College Park. After being a Postdoctoral Fellow at Howard University, Washington, DC, he became an Associate Professor of Zoology at Voorhees College, South Carolina in 1994. Then in August 1997 he became a Professor of Biology at Lancaster Campus of the Harrisburg Area Community College.
And here now some pictures of Dr. Maula lecturing at FGCC.
Cal Poly professors and students visited FGCC again in April. On 25-April we had a Welcoming Party at FGCC for the Cal Poly group. FGCC students performed a classical Isan dance. Before the welcoming party two guest lecturers, Dr. Justin Reese and Dr. Jeff Petry, gave lectures about the “DLLM (Digital Library of Lao Manuscripts)” and “An Anthropological Introduction to Isan” respectively.
Cal Poly professors and students have visited FGCC for the past ten years. And we hope to welcome them again in 2012.
Pictures of the event…
On 6 December 2007 H.E. Mr. Han Tae Kuy, the Ambassador of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, visited FGCC. After an introduction to FGCC by Dr. Pramote and exchange of gifts, the Ambassador was shown the ICT Facilities of FGCC.
Pictures of the event…
The application forms for full time students and for the “Sanook” English Camp are now available online.
The FGCC Flyer 2007-2008 has news and announcements for the next two years.
Open Day at FGCC on February 18, 2006.
This provided an opportunity for visitors to get first hand information about FGCC.
Holger, our science teacher, took several pictures of our Open Day visitors.
What is The Mekong Current?
The Mekong Current is FGCC’s news-letter and was started a few years back by a dedicated volunteer, Ms. Kelly Hancock.
After a rather long silence of our news-letter, the desire to reach out and reconnect with you has grown very strong. We are happy to introduce a new volunteer, Ms. Hokunani Keehu, who has bravely stepped up to the challenge to reactivate The Mekong Current.