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Art installation by Rich Harrington on display through June 25

“This is the way we play and learn,” an art exhibition by SUNY Broome Adjunct Instructor Rich Harrington, continues through June 25 at the Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts Gallery, 186 State Street, Binghamton, with an opening reception on June 3. The artwork addresses issues of bullying, cultural roles defined by toys, games and textbooks, and the effect […]

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Volunteers needed for Orientation

Attention, campus community: There will be eight new student orientation programs this summer, designed to set incoming students up for success. That means more than 800 future graduates will be on campus this summer and we need your help to make sure they have the best experience possible! Volunteers are needed to welcome and check […]

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Tioga County residents: Take classes in your hometown!

Do you live near Owego? Good news: You can take SUNY Broome courses in your hometown! We offer a wide range of courses, conveniently located in the Tioga County Office Building. Don’t wait to register; the Fall Semester begins on August 29. Visit www.sunybroome.edu/offcampus to learn more about our courses in Owego, as well as other locations,  or call (607) […]


New Degree: Sport Studies A.S. open for enrollment this fall

Looking for a career in physical education, sports, fitness or coaching? SUNY Broome’s Sport Studies A.S. degree is for you! New for the Fall 2016 semester, the program combines general education and physical education, preparing you for transfer to four-year schools. Seamless transfer agreements are in place for both SUNY Cortland and SUNY Brockport, making […]


Last Chance: Study at our Summer Arts Institute!

Don’t miss your opportunity to get creative at SUNY Broome’s Summer Arts Institute at the Roberson! The two-part series features 10 days of art, followed by nine days of music. Participants are invited to take one or both sessions. Due to special arrangements, these two courses are offered at a 42% discount on traditional tuition. Click here to […]


Professor Will Corprew Pop-Up Mystery Bookstore is a Success!

Bookstore organizers Tera Doty-Blance and I.J. Byrnes are happy to report that the Pop-Up Mystery Bookstore, created in memory of our dear colleague and friend Professor Will Corprew, was a big success on Renewal Day, May 18, 2016. Both organizers wish to give a big “thank you” to colleague, Amanda Truin for all her work […]

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SUNY Broome instructor to lead Downtown Singers’ concert

SUNY Broome viola instructor Marisa Crabb will conduct the Binghamton Downtown Singers and orchestra Saturday, June 4, in a performance of Sir Karl Jenkins’ The Peacemakers and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem. Crabb is the Downtown Singers’ artistic director. Soprano Stacey Geyer and bass-baritone Timothy LeFebvre will be the guest soloists. Geyer will be […]


In the Community: Sweet Frog fundraiser to support BHS Class of 2016

Cool off with some frozen yogurt at Sweet Frog — and support the Binghamton High School Class of 2016! Twenty percent of your purchase will help support the After Prom Party. The offer runs through Sunday, May 29, and is effective at the store at 46 South Washington Street in Binghamton. Print out the below flyer […]


Event to explore ‘Responding to the Opioid Addiction Epidemic’

The Broome Opioid Abuse Council and The Community Foundation for South Central New York are holding “Responding to the Opioid/Heroin Addiction Epidemic,” with presenter and trainer Andrew Kolodny, M.D., at noon June 7 in the Broome County Forum in downtown Binghamton. Dr. Kolodny is executive director for Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing, chief medical officer […]


Last chance to register for the Skorko Charity Open!

The third annual Lee Skorko Charity Open will be held Friday, June 3, at the En-Joie golf club. Register your team today to secure your spot! This all-day event will benefit the James Lee Skorko Scholarship fund at SUNY Broome. All students will receive $20 off their entrance fee onto a team — an $80 per team […]


Testing Center summer hours

The Testing Center will be open for Summer 2016 beginning Wednesday, June 1, during the following times: Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon Thursdays from 12 to 3 p.m.

Rebecca Palombo. Photo by HealthlinkNY

Discover the Future of Health Care: HIT major interns at HealthlinkNY

Originally published in HealthLinkNY. Reprinted by permission. There’s plenty to do and learn when you intern at HealthlinkNY, as Rebecca Palombo found out. How many people does it take to run a Health Information Exchange? A lot, discovered Palombo, who just completed her internship at HealthlinkNY. During her internship, she shadowed many of them: Project […]


Pomp and Circumstance: Highlights from Commencement 2016

As proud graduates gathered before the doors of the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena, Ahilya Willis’ toddler daughter tried on her mortarboard. “Heart on fire, brain on ice,” the words across the top read. The slogan captured the Vestal graduate’s philosophy when it came to the pursuit of education: A mix of fiery passion […]

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Relay For Life of Binghamton to take place June 10 and 11

The Relay for Life of Binghamton returns to campus on June 10 and 11. The all-night community event to fight cancer kicks off at 6 p.m. June 10 with a Survivor Lap, followed by a Survivor Dinner. The event then continues all night, ending at 6 a.m. June 11. For more information or to register […]


Speakers of the House to meet June 3, 17

Want to communicate with confidence? Become a better speaker and presenter? Learn to listen effectively while developing your leadership skills and helping others reach their goals? Join Speakers of the House, SUNY Broome’s chapter of Toastmasters International! You’re invited to attend any of their meetings, which begin at 3:10 p.m. on June 3 and 17 in Wales […]


HealthlinkNY’s Crystal Felker returns to SUNY Broome to talk to HIT students

Originally published in HealthLinkNY. Reprinted by permission. Every year, Crystal Felker, Senior Director of Programs and Regional Director of the Southern Tier at HealthlinkNY, returns to her alma mater, SUNY Broome Community College in Binghamton, to tell health information technology students about what life is like out in the real world. Her message to students: “Understanding […]


Heart of the Arts: Arts Council employee, intern graduate from college

Entrepreneurship Instructor Laura Knochen-Davis, executive director of the Broome County Arts Council, shared a photo of her intern, Matthew Pitcher, and BCAC Office Administrator Mary Jo Kelleher, both of whom graduated Thursday with degrees in Individual Studies. Kelleher had previously attended three colleges in the 1970s and 1980s and is now 60 years old, Knochen-Davis said. “It was […]


The Fast and the Furious: The Green Machine takes first place

The SUNY Bearcats Motorsports Team, a cooperative effort between Binghamton University and SUNY Broome, took first place in an international competition for its electric car. The Society of Automotive Engineers’ Formula Hybrid competition takes place on the New Hampshire International Speedway and draws competitors from around the world, from schools in India, Turkey and Canada to […]


Dining Hall Summer Hours

SUNY Broome’s Dining Hall will be closed the week of May 23 to 27, and reopen on Tuesday, May 31, on a summer schedule. Summer hours will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday in the main café only.

Abagael Rudock, Kellie Harrison, Victoria Studer, Jesse Brenon

A quartet of excellence: SUNY Broome’s first Honors Program grads

This week, Jesse Brenon, Kellie Harrison, Abagael Rudock and Victoria Studer will become the first graduates of SUNY Broome’s new Honors Program, which starting in Fall 2015. Before they took that final step, however, they fulfilled one last requirement: presenting the findings of their Honors projects to a room full of onlookers. The projects, much […]


EOP reflects on this year’s successes

Sixteen students were recently honored during EOP’s Awards Ceremony, and were recognized by the SUNY Chancellor for their outstanding academic achievement. Huyen, a Nursing student, went to Haiti as part of SUNY Broome’s Health for Haiti course. Alisa, EOC President, has 111 signatures of students who want alternative transportation for students on the weekend. Arron received […]

Left to right: Students Morgan Wood, Kenyatta Torrence, Director of Sponsored Programs Shelli Cordisco, Student Trustee Tom Flynn, student Sohaid Reid

SUNY Broome receives $1 million for green energy efforts

SUNY Broome will receive $1 million as part of the Energy to Lead competition, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced May 16. Bard College and the University at Buffalo also received $1 million awards. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State will award $1 million each to Bard College, University at Buffalo and SUNY […]