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Senator Martins Welcomes Students to Annual Somos Conference

Senator Jack M. Martins attended and opened the New York State Session for the annual Somos El Futuro conference. Martins joined with Senator Gustavo Rivera, Senator Jose Peralta, Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, Assemblywoman Vanessa Gibson for the session.


Senator Martins Meets With Nassau Community College President

Senator Jack M. Martins recently met with Nassau Community College President Dr. Donald Astrab and Chuck Cutolo, director of government affairs for the college. Senator Martins spoke to Dr. Astrab about life at the college. Nassau offers students the opportunity to get a quality education for reasonable tuition rates.

Senator Martins Chairs Unidad Latina Conference Higher Education Roundtable

The first annual Unidad Latina conference held in New York State this weekend was an enormous success that brought together hundreds of people from the Hispanic community including local community members from Elmont, South Floral Park and North Valley Stream. Leaders from business, education, health care and government came together to discuss ways to promote economic growth, job creation and preparing the worksforce. The conference was organized by the New York State Senate and the Hispanic Federation.


Senator Martins Attends Senate Hearing on SAT Cheating

The New York State Senate Committee on Higher Education, chaired by Senator Ken LaValle, held a hearing at Farmingdale State College surrounding the recent incidents of alleged cheating involving six past or current Great Neck North High School students accused of paying a former student to take the SAT for them.


Senator Martins Tours NCC's New Life Science Building

Senator Jack M. Martins and his Senate colleagues from Long Island toured the new Life Sciences Building at Nassau Community College.

The “U-shaped" Life Sciences building features laboratories, classrooms, faculty offices, conference spaces, computer labs and group study spaces. The interior of the U contains an open-air courtyard. The new Life Sciences building will set the standard for all future new construction and renovation on campus.