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The art of entrepreneurship: Photo collection inspires student learning

The donation of a celebrated local photographer’s entire collection to SUNY Broome prompted an in-depth lesson in entrepreneurship across campus. A commercial-industrial photographer since 1954, photographer Ed Aswad donated his entire collection – some 100,000 photographic negatives, 1,000 small photographic prints and 200 larger prints, as well as postcards, architectural drawings and photographic glass plates […]

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Southern Tier Scholastic Science Fair to welcome students Saturday

The 13th Southern Tier Scholastic Science Fair (STSSF) is this Saturday at SUNY Broome from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 90 local middle and high school students are registered for the fair, and more than 30 local professionals will participate as judges or presenters. Students will attend a workshop offered by SUNY Broome […]

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More Music From the Future concert at TechWorks!

TechWorks! in downtown Binghamton will feature “More Music From the Future: Technology of Music from the Heart of NY Part IV”  at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8. The concert features master thereminist Eric Ross and his ERA Avant-Garde Ensemble, featuring dancer Atsuko Yuma with Trevor Pinch, Moog synthesizer; Jason Smeltzer, theremins; John Snyder, theremin, didjeridu; Eric […]


New edition of SANS Ouch: Staying Secure on the Road

In this newsletter, we will cover how you can securely connect to the Internet and get things done while traveling. Guest Editor Steve Armstrong is the Technical Director of CyberCPR at Logically Secure, a certified SANS instructor and former course author at SANS. ouch201502_en


Does Your Résumé Wear Brown Shoes? Getting ready for the April 9 Job Fair

SUNY Broome’s annual job fair will be held on Thursday, April 9, in the Ice Center between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. To have a successful day, you need to consider three must-do items. First, you need a current, polished and perfect résumé.  Employers will be expecting them.  Follow this link to view […]

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Doughnuts with the Dean

Come and meet the new Dean of Students, Scott Schuhert. Look for the tent in front of the Science Building on March 10, starting at 10:30 a.m. And the best part: doughnuts! We look forward to seeing you there.


March Clearance Sale in the Campus Shop

SUNY Broome’s Campus Shop is making room for its Fall collection and needs your help! The Campus Shop is offering an additional 30% off on clearance items in store. They are also offering $50 off laptops $399 and higher. Hurry because this sale ends March 20!


Shared Governance: College Assembly Meeting

The College Assembly meets on Monday, March 9, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in Wales 203B. Please see the attached meeting agenda. Any member of the college community may attend College Assembly meetings. CA Agenda 3 9 15


SUNY Broome SEED students to attend Clinton Global Initiative

Forming food banks. Building greenhouses. Helping orphaned street children. Those are just some of the projects that SUNY Broome’s SEED students hope to undertake in their home countries, which include Haiti, El Salvador and Mexico. From March 6 through 8, six SEED students – Hyppolite John Roosevelt and Esther Jean-Louis of Haiti, Juan Sebastian Martinez […]

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Binghamton and SUNY Broome presidents call on state leaders for support

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger and SUNY Broome President Kevin Drumm today called on legislative leaders to continue their bold leadership in supporting New York’s public higher education sector by creating a new Investment Fund and extending NYSUNY 2020 – including the broadly successful rational tuition policy – in the 2015-16 New York State Budget. […]


Your Voice Matters: Students Only event

You will have the opportunity to voice your opinions and offer suggestions about critical issues that affect you as students and the campus around you at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 19, in Decker 201. Click on the attached poster for details of SUNY Broome’s upcoming “Your Voice Matters” event. This forum will be for students […]


Change of Date for Film Screening: Madame Presidenta

The film screening of Madame Presidenta: Why Not U.S? originally scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been moved to Thursday April 23, 2015. This change has allowed us to offer the campus and local community greater opportunities around the historic issue of a woman presidency in the U.S. The recent election of a woman president in Brazil will be […]


March 5 panel discussion on law enforcement and communities

From protests over the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown to the #BlackLivesMatter movement on social media, the relationship between law enforcement and communities of color has become a focus of national dialog and media coverage. Learn how the local community stands on the issues at a panel discussion and open forum from 5 […]


Downstate and determined: Meet Kayla Previti

Hurricane Sandy spared no mercy for Staten Island. More than 10 feet of water inundated Kayla Previti’s house, two blocks from the beach. She, her parents and her grandparents lost everything they owned and were left homeless for nine months. But when it came to their neighborhood of single-story bungalow homes, they were the lucky […]


Graduation applications, mid-term grades and registration for fall

Graduation applications for those graduating in spring or summer are due on March 15.  You may log onto your MyCollege to apply online or visit the registrars office, SS 105, to apply in person. Mid-term grades will be posted on March 17.  Only grades of “D”, “U”, and “F” will be assigned for mid term […]


Criminal Justice & Emergency Services Career Fair on March 26

Interested in a career in criminal justice or emergency services? You don’t want to miss this employment fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in SUNY Broome’s Student Center lobby. The fair will include representatives from local, county and state law enforcement, the Department of Homeland Security, local fire departments, EMT and […]

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March 5 Common Hour: Hadrian’s Wall

Join faculty presenter Joe Biegen at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 5, in T-102 for insights on Roman life and history from 120 to 400 A.D. Biegen has traveled some 84 miles along Hadrian’s Wall, going coast to coast in Great Britain, and will share his adventures during this Common Hour session.


The Business of Managing a Not-for-Profit

Executive directors from the Roberson Museum & Science Center, the Humane Society, Mom’s House and Magic Paintbrush will discuss “The Business of Managing a Not-for-Profit” from 11 to 11:50 a.m. Thursday, March 19, in Business Building Room 220. All welcome to attend.


St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser to support scholarship

Student Giving will host a St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser from 11 a.m. to noon March 6 in the Student Center and from 12 to 3 p.m. March 17 in the Titchener Hall lobby. Come and get all your St. Patrick’s Day gear! All proceeds will go to the Student Giving Peer Scholarship. Show your Irish […]


Sertoma’s Million Dollar Antique Show comes to SUNY Broome

The area’s largest annual antique show will now be held at the SUNY Broome Ice Center from April 17 to 19. The 33rd annual Million Dollar Antique Show was previously held at Binghamton University, and draws thousands of shoppers as well as dealers from across the country. Offerings include an array of art, furniture, collectibles and […]


Learn how to dress for success on March 5

Don’t know what to wear to an interview? Learn how to dress for success at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 5, in Business Building Room 220. Learn what is appropriate professional attire from industry professionals, and where to get clothes you would be proud to wear to an interview for little or no cost.


Annual job fair to be held April 9

SUNY Broome and the New York State Department of Labor are co-sponsoring the annual job fair, which will run between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Thursday, April 9, in the Ice Center. The event usually attracts between 65 and 75 employers. Students and other job-seekers should bring many copies of their resume to share with employers and […]


Come on in, the water’s fine: Polar Plunge raises funds for scholarship

The air measured an arctic 11 degrees — not counting the brutal wind chill — while the water only managed to reach 40. Hearts, however, stayed warm with generosity and the spirit of adventure during the second annual Polar Plunge on Feb. 26. A brave group of faculty, staff and students took a dip in […]