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Criminal Justice and Emergency Services Career Fair

By John Miller             SUNY Broome hosted a career fair for students featuring law enforcement, first responders and other emergency services. Many different branches of law enforcement were present at the event. The New York State Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, New York State Troopers, Broome County Sheriff’s Office and the Broome County […]

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Thank you SUNY Broome from Grande Saline, Haiti

Dr. Germaine Robinson, our partner in Haiti, sent this message and asked that we share it with everyone who so generously supported the Health for Haiti project: “Good morning! Last night I received a call from 2 of the operators, Nadège and Duckens, because I talk to them everyday about the running of the water […]

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Progress on the Professor Angelo Zuccolo bust

The bust of late Professor Angelo Zuccolo is taking shape. Sculptor John Giannotti of Giannotti Studios is creating a bronze bust of Zuccolo that will be located in the Student Center lobby. The statue (has been slated for completion in May 2015 and will be unveiled in conjunction with the renaming of the Little Theatre to […]

Joseph Seidel

SUNY Broome student wins Vanguard Award for his work in Early Childhood education

At a table in the Windsor Middle School library, Joseph Seidel helped a group of seventh-graders explore their options during the American Revolution: stay loyal, negotiate with the king, or rebel? The December visit – which taught students the process of public deliberation as a method of exploring history – is one of many Seidel […]


Winners announced for Southern Tier Robotics Competition

SUNY Broome and The Raymond Corporation hosted the fifth annual Southern Tier Robotics Competition on Wednesday, March 25, at Greene High School.  The competition gives area high school students the opportunity to showcase their ingenuity and talent in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) while building and designing robots. Participating schools included Greene High School; […]


Important information about graduation

Dear SUNY Broome Graduate-To-Be: Congratulations! We at SUNY Broome are proud of your efforts and are working to make your Graduation ceremony a special occasion for you and your family and friends. Graduation Commencement Exercises will take place on Thursday, May 21, at 7:30 p.m., at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. All graduates […]

Left to right - Juan Pablo Loaisiga (Speakers of the House), Jonathan Mack (President, LM - Owego Toastmasters), and Yoel Soriano (Speakers of the House) at the Area 41 contests February 21.

SUNY Broome student Yoel Soriano in International Speech Contest

Toastmasters International, District 65, Division D Tall Tales and International Speech Contests will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 28, in Textor Hall Room 101, Ithaca College. Contestants are winners from Areas 41 – 44. One of the International Speech contestants is Yoel Soriano, a SUNY Broome student and member of Speakers […]


Upcoming Criminal Justice & Emergency Services Events

Criminal Justice & Emergency Services Events       Career Fair for Criminal Justice & Emergency Services            Thursday, March 26th   11am – 1pm, Student Center Lobby                         Career Opportunities Open to All Majors   Broome County Sheriff’s Office * Broome County Probation Department * NYS Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services * Fire Department & EMS […]


More than 50 employers have registered for the Job Fair

More than 50 employers have registered so far for the 2015 Job Fair sponsored by SUNY Broome and the New York State Department of Labor. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Ice Center. Please dress professionally and bring many copies of your resume if you plan to attend! The following employers have […]


Students get a helping hand at Save Your Semester event

Students had a chance to get on track and win fun prizes during Tuesday’s Save Your Semester event in the Student Center. Urging students to “meet your academic rescue squad,” the event featured representatives from a wide range of campus services: Trio, Early Alert, the Learning Assistance Department, Academic Advising, the Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid, […]

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

Ask an Advisor at the Student Village

“Ask an Advisor” comes to the Student Village from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, March 26, just in time for Fall 2015 registration. The event will take place in Student Village Classroom 135. Students can connect with advising resources, meet advising staff, learn about the requirements for their major, ask questions and schedule their advising […]

Pictured are SUNY Broome students Quessa Brown, Mary Laskaris, Kristen McPeak and Beth Moffitt.

SUNY Broome music students compete at NATS conference

Five Applied Voice Students from the studio of Music Coordinator Brenda Dawe traveled to Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, from March 20 to 22 for the Eastern Division NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) Conference and Auditions. Voice studios, colleges and universities from New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland […]


Student article: Students meet to discuss major campus issues

By John Miller A student-only forum was held to discuss the biggest problems facing SUNY Broome: parking conflicts, a proposed shuttle bus for resident students and professors whom some students considered ineffective. The Student Assembly hosted the forum “Your Voice Matters” on March 19 in the Decker lecture hall. The discussion was overseen by Student […]


Fire Destroys Student’s House: How to Help

SUNY Broome student Kevin Andrews and his family lost everything in a March 22 house fire. Now, the Medical Assisting student, his wife and daughter are working to rebuild their lives. Click here to donate to the Andrews’ family’s GoFundMe efforts.


Learn about careers in criminal justice and emergency services

Learn about careers in the field of criminal justice and emergency services from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in the Student Center lobby. The career fair will include information about first responder careers, such as public safety, New York State Troopers, corporate security, emergency medical technicians and fire safety, as well as […]


March 26 Common Hour: Today’s Political Battlefield

“Today’s Political Battlefield” will be the topic of the March 26 Common Hour event from 11 to 11:50 a.m. in Titchener 102. Join faculty presenters Lee Whitted and Rey Wojdat as they review the issues of the day and take up the culture wars between left and right. The sparks are likely to fly, so […]

Dr. Geoff Tabin

Convocation Day is April 14

SUNY Broome’s annual student Convocation Day on Tuesday, April 14, will bring together the College and surrounding community to discuss Dr. Geoff Tabin’s inspirational career seeking to cure preventable blindness, as well as his passion for climbing mountains. The subject of David Oliver’s book “Second Suns: Two Doctors and Their Amazing Quest to Restore Sight […]


Lost and Found Items at Public Safety

As a reminder, all items for lost and found should be sent to the Office of Public Safety in the Annex. Departments that may be holding items for lost and found should send them to Public Safety.


Don’t pirate! Illegal downloads could cost you your campus computing privileges

Pirating or illegally downloading music files or other media is not only against the law: it could cost you your campus computing privileges. If evidence is found that you are illegally downloading media, SUNY Broome will terminate your network services. In addition you are not protected by the college. Students who violate the Digital Millennium Copyright Act or […]


Save Your Semester: Your Academic Rescue Squad is here to help!

Representatives from Advising, Counseling, Financial Aid, Learning Assistance, the Registrar, the Library, Early Alert, TRIO Student Support and the Writing Center will be available to assist you with those tough mid-semester questions and dilemmas from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, March 24, in the Student Center Lobby. There also will be raffles and refreshments. Stop […]


Baskets sought for raffle during Children’s Fair

The Teacher Education/Early Childhood Department is partnering with the BECA club to support the BC Center during the 35th annual Children’s Fair on campus on April 18. We are looking for departments and clubs to donate themed baskets for raffle off during the Children’s Fair by April 13. drop the baskets off in Titchener, or staff […]