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SUNY Broome welcomes two new deans

This past year, SUNY Broome has welcomed two new deans to its college family. Scott M. Schuhert is now serving as the college’s permanent Dean of Students. Named interim dean in January, he formerly served as Associate Director of Residential Life at Binghamton University and has also worked in residential life at Arizona State University […]

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SUNY Broome New Student Orientation

The fall semester is almost here! New student orientation will be held from 9 a.m. to  4 p.m. Thursday, August 6. The program will begin in the Baldwin Gymnasium and then students will tour the campus, learning more about all Broome has to offer. Students will be spending their afternoon creating their fall schedules. Please […]

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Construction: Window project in Science Building, Student Center Aug. 4-7

Starting at 7:30 a.m. August 4, Facilities will be doing a window abatement project affecting Science Building rooms 105 and 107, as well as the Student Center lobby’s lower windows by the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre. Work is expected to run through August 7. The project will be monitored by Jennings Environmental Management. Please be careful […]

Michael DiGiacomo: CS '17 SUNY Broome
Christian Lezama : SOM '16 Binghamton University
Michelle DiGiacomo: AAS in Business at SUNY Broome &  SOM '15 Binghamton University

Electric race car wins honors at Spiedie Fest cruise-in

The SUNY Bearcats MotorSports Team — comprised of students from Binghamton University and SUNY Broome who built their own electric race car — won second place in the Special Interest category at Power Cruise at the Fest 2015. The event was part of this year’s Spiedie Fest and Balloon Rally. Congratulations to all! To read more about […]


Photos: SUNY Broome at Spiedie Fest 2015

Like many Southern Tier residents, Stinger enjoyed the Spiedie Fest and balloon rally! Many thanks to the students, prospective students, alumni and community members who stopped by to say hello.


Health for Haiti needs your help!

A few dollars can go a long way in changing children’s lives! SUNY Broome Professor Jennifer Musa writes: Dear Health for Haiti Family, Health for Haiti is partnering with the community of Grande Saline to build a classroom for the local children.  The classroom, the first for this community, will serve as a dedicated space […]


New this Fall: the AS and AAS in Health Studies

This fall, SUNY Broome is unveiling two new Health Science degrees that will give students a range of options for careers or transfer. The Associates in Science (AS) and Associates in Applied Science (AAS) in Health Studies are highly customizable, allowing students to select courses that apply most directly to their individual health career paths, […]


Article: Men Doing ‘Women’s Work’

There’s no denying that gender roles have evolved since the days of our grandparents. A growing number of American males are opting to explore career possibilities once scoffed at by their sex. As these males enter female-dominated occupations, sexism and gender privilege follow in these once-taboo fields for males. According to writer Kevin Powell, “The […]


Lot 1 now open

Lot 1 renovations are now complete and the lot is now open for parking.


Construction: Crane will be at Decker Building on July 31

A crane will be on campus on Friday, July 31, to remove a section of the Decker Building cooling tower. It will be parked on northwest corner side of Decker on the sidewalk. The crane is expected to arrive around 7 a.m. and will be on campus for six hours. Please be careful in areas where work […]

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

Meet Your New RAs: Wilson Chen and Sam Figueroa

By John Miller             Starting this fall, there will be a number of new Resident Assistants living in SUNY Broome’s Student Village. I spoke with two, Wilson Chen and Samantha Figueroa, to find out a bit more about who they are and what they hope to accomplish in their new positions. Wilson went into great […]

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Sweet music: SUNY Broome graduate lands deal with music producer

By John Miller Johanna Jane Stark, class of ’15 and third place finisher in the Visions Hit Maker Challenge, has just signed a deal with a music producer. Listen to Johanna Jane sing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnxpdtPzZs8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=644YnMnbdLY   Johanna Jane started singing at a very young age, whether it was in front of the mirror in her […]


Welcome Hornets: Visit and scavenger hunt on July 30

If you see a horde of Hornets swarming on Thursday, July 30, be sure to say hello. A group of students will visit multiple offices on campus, and complete a scavenger hunt during the day. Give them a warm welcome!


Wanted: Veterans interested in starting a business

SUNY Broome is seeking veterans to enroll in the fall 2015 Veterans Small Business Training Program. Funded by a grant from Empire State Development, the cost for Veterans is only $10. The program meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 8:45 p.m. from September 10 through November 21. Veterans will receive the NxLevel™ Business Plan Guide, one-on-one […]


Hot Off the Press: Women in Manufacturing 2015 Study Released This Week

What is the current state of the manufacturing industry’s workforce, and why do women matter? This week The Manufacturing Institute released “Minding the manufacturing gender gap” gathering the perspectives of 600 women in manufacturing, along with manufacturing leaders, to understand how manufacturers can effectively recruit, retain & advance talented women. The report examines the critical […]


Strange new worlds: Frontiers in Science through the SUNY Broome Honors Program

Genetics, the cosmos, artificial intelligence – explore the new frontiers of science in PHS 293H01, offered through SUNY Broome’s new and challenging Honors Program! You’ll learn about major shifts in our understanding of the world, researching a wide range of topics. Students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or high school students with an […]


An in-depth study of math: Calculus I in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program

Explore the deeper aspects of math in Calculus I, offered through SUNY Broome’s new and challenging Honors Program! Go beyond equations with guided projects in MAT 181H06, which fulfills course requirements for several fields of study. Students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or high school students with an overall average of 90 are […]


The art of changing minds: College Writing II in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program

Become a skilled wordsmith with College Writing II, part of SUNY Broome’s new and challenging Honors Program! ENG 111HY1 will teach you how to write persuasively, exploring such controversial topics as evolution, climate change, vaccination and how to make friends and influence people – with science. Students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or […]


Article: First Female NBA Head Coach – and it’s paying dividends!

“Becky Hammon is a model for women in business and is no stranger to breaking through glass ceilings. She has had a long and distinguished career as a female athlete, but her new job is only her latest achievement in a sport often associated primarily with men. In a month when a woman’s teamset the […]


Success in STEM: Alumna rises to the top of her field

Diane Howard has a longstanding love for math and science, one that led to a successful career in the engineering field. You can call it a family tradition of sorts. Her father, John Ozovek, went to college on the G.I. Bill and worked for General Electric in a technical job. As a firm believer in […]


Social Media Campaigns: Targeting and Analytics in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program

Take your marketing skills to the next level with BIT 143 Social Media Campaigns: Targeting and Analytics – now part of SUNY Broome’s new and challenging Honors Program! You’ll learn the latest tools and techniques for getting your brand out there and targeting your audience. Students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or high […]


Human behavior: Intro to Sociology in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program

Mystified by human behavior? In SOC 110H20: Introduction to Sociology, you’ll learn how social conditions shape human nature — in an intellectual environment that will encourage you to think and research deeply. This section is part of SUNY Broome’s Honors Program; students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or high school students with an […]


Rise of the West: Western Civilization II in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program

Understand where we came from in HIS 104: Western Civilization II, now part of SUNY Broome’s new Honors Program! Follow the course of history from the 18th century to the present, in an academically challenging environment that will broaden your horizons. Students with a GPA of at least 3.2 or high school students with an […]