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Build your own digital camera in this exciting Summer Term course

Learn about the ins and outs of how a digital camera works while building your own digital camera! In this class, students will learn the technology and science behind how cameras work. COM 281: Big Shot Camera Practicum is open to all majors. Students must sign up for both the lecture (COM 280) and the […]

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Volunteer for Orientation this summer — and get class credit!

Looking for a course to help determine a career goal and improve your transfer or job placement opportunities?  Consider taking CTP 275: Community Internship this Summer Term! This course helps students find a possible career choice or pursue their career goals by doing volunteer work in the community. Best of all: You can volunteer right here […]

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SUNY Broome educators say ‘Hola!’ from Mexico

Lynda Carroll, Kathleen McKenna, their Mexican partners Juan de Poo and Roberto Orozco Bush, Bob Balkin of SUNY’s Latin America office and Elizabeth Thompson of the U.S. embassy send greetings from the COIL workshop in Cuernavaca!  Sixty U.S. and Mexican educators are training for four days.


Food for Thought Pantry

Please note that the Food for Thought pantry is still operational over the summer. It will be operating out of the Dean of Students, Student Activities, Student Housing Suite in Science Building 227 during normal business hours. You can drop off non-perishables here anytime during the day. In addition students can pick up presorted bags […]


Hasta Luego! SUNY Broome professors graduate from COIL Partnership training

Lynda Carroll and Kathleen McKenna and their Mexican partners have graduated from the Mexican Multistate COIL Partnership training. Lynda and her partner, along with Mexican colleagues and a colleague from the University of Minnesota, Duluth, have left for a campus visit in San Luis Potosí.  Kathleen and her COIL partners will leave for Celaya shortly.  […]


American Dining Creations undergoing management change

American Dining Creations is undergoing a management change at SUNY Broome. David Young has been promoted to Executive Chef for Higher Education. He will be overseeing all collegiate dining for American Dining Creations. While he will still be very involved with SUNY Broome’s dining program, he will also be involved with the programs at each […]


Strawberry Fest in the Dining Hall from June 27 through July 1

Celebrate Strawberry Fest in the campus café from June 27 through July 1!   Featured recipes include strawberry and grilled chicken salad, salmon and strawberry quinoa, a grilled chicken and strawberry wrap, strawberry-kissed French toast, and assorted strawberry parfaits.


June 24 event: Found Objects at tour of three State St. galleries

A three-gallery tour from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday June 24 will explore how different artists incorporate “found objects” in their art. SUNY Broome Adjunct Instructor Rich Harrington reprises objects from his childhood in the autobiographical show “This is the way we play and learn” at Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts. Muffin Ray uses found textiles in her […]


Speakers of the House Summer Meetings

Speakers of the House (Toastmasters International) will meet on the following Fridays: July 15, July 29, August 12 and August 26. All meetings are at 3:10 p.m. in Darwin R. Wales Center Room 203B. For more information, please visit www.speakersofthehouse.toastmastersclubs.org.  


The Gallery to feature drawings by African-American artist Elton Fax

The Gallery @ SUNY Broome is pleased to present “Black and Beautiful,” featuring by Elton Fax. The exhibit records the plight of people in Third World countries based on his travels over several decades. The exhibit will be on display from June 20 through July 8, 2016. The Gallery is located on the first floor of […]


LA Continuing Student Advising Day

If you are a Liberal Arts student who attended SUNY Broome last semester but haven’t yet made your schedule for the fall, Wednesday, June 22, is a fantastic opportunity to meet with an advisor and register for classes! The Academic Advising Department, located in Student Services Room 210, will be seeing continuing Liberal Arts students for […]


Academic Calendar 2016-17

Fall 2016 August 29: Classes Start September 5: Labor Day (No Classes) October 10-11: Mid-semester Break (No Classes) November 23-26: Thanksgiving Break (No Classes) December 19: Last Day of Classes December 21: Grades Due Winter 2017 January 9: Classes Start January 16: Martin Luther King Day (No Classes) January 27: Last Day of Classes January […]


Jarvis McCowin Published in the Journal of College Student Development

Student Village Resident Director Jarvis McCowin was recently published in the Journal of College Student Development, a publication of the American College Personnel Association — College Student Educators International. In partnership with Eugene Parker III, Cassie Barnhardt and acclaimed researcher Ernest Pascarella, McCowin’s article focused on “The Impact of Diversity Courses on College Students’ Moral Development.” […]


Two HPSS Faculty Members Awarded SUNY COIL Travel Grants

Lynda Carroll and Kathleen McKenna will be traveling to Mexico from June 20 to 29 to participate in a SUNY Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) initiative: the Mexican Multistate COIL Initiative. They are among 18 U.S. faculty members who will attend a workshop in Cuernavaca with 18 Mexican partners to prepare to teach COIL-ed courses in […]


Q&A in the wake of the Orlando shooting on the morning of June 15

The sympathy of the SUNY Broome community goes out to the victims and families of yet another tragic shooting. In these times, we all struggle to reach out and offer what we can to aid those in need. At the same time, we often need to deal with our own concerns and fear of what may […]

Left to right: Melissa Glenn, Deena Price, Jamie Heron-Starr, Scot Beekman, Erin O'Hara-Leslie

SUNY Broome congratulates 2016 Chancellor’s Award winners

Congratulations to SUNY Broome faculty, staff and students who received the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence this year. Recipients include: Assistant Professor Erin O’Hara-Leslie, chair of Medical Assisting and Health Studies, who received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service Associate Professor of Biology Melissa Glenn, who received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence […]


Turn the lights off: SUNY Broome to participate in Daylight Hour June 17

SUNY Broome will participate in this year’s Daylight Hour, an initiative that seeks to raise awareness about the role daylight can play in lighting our offices and reducing our environmental impact. Businesses, colleges and universities across the country are participating in the effort, including multiple SUNY campuses and SUNY central. Daylight Hour will run from […]


Summer Waffle Week at the Dining Hall

Head to the SUNY Broome Dining Hall the week of June 13 a waffle extravaganza! Each day will feature a different recipe, using fresh-baked waffles with a variety of toppings. Some of the recipes include S’mores Waffles, Spicy Chive Chicken & Waffles and the “Graceland” Waffle with bananas, peanut butter and bacon! The Dining Hall is […]


Don’t miss it: Student Photography exhibit closes on June 14

Don’t miss SUNY Broome’s Student Photography Show, currently on exhibit in the Gallery @ SUNY Broome! The exhibit will be available during the Library’s operating hours through the end of the day on Tuesday, June 14. The Gallery is located on the first floor of the SUNY Broome Library.


A Rare Honor: SUNY Broome student to present at scientific conference

Cassandra Domingo, a first-year student at SUNY Broome, will present a research poster on the effectiveness of peer-assisted study sessions on June 25 at the Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology in Staunton, VA. “This is exceptional in three ways,” said Dr. Bill Altman, her psychology professor and research advisor. “Undergraduates rarely present at […]


The Gallery to feature drawings by African-American artist Elton Fax

The Gallery @ SUNY Broome is pleased to present “Black and Beautiful,” featuring by Elton Fax. The exhibit records the plight of people in Third World countries based on his travels over several decades. The exhibit will be on display from June 20 through July 8, 2016. The Gallery is located on the first floor of […]


Gallery to feature paintings by Brian Keeler

The Gallery @ SUNY Broome is pleased to present “Light as Muse — Muse as Light,” an exhibit of recent paintings by Brian Keeler, from July 11 through August 31. An artist reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 15. The Gallery is located on the first floor of the SUNY Broome […]

SUNY Broome's new Student Village opened in Fall 2014.

Student Village donations aid local charities

When more than 360 Student Village residents head home in the end of May, they can leave a lot behind. Those items, however, won’t end up in the landfill; rather, they will help schoolchildren, families in need, and even our four-legged friends. The Student Village’s residential life staff, faculty mentor and facilities director have been […]