Need tutoring in the sciences? Keith is eager to lend a hand. Not only is he a professional tutor, he is an alumnus of both SUNY Broome and Cornell. He’s back on campus to knock out some prerequisites for Pharmacy School — and earn two more degrees along the way. Click to read more about this amazing Hornet!
Associate Professor Patricia Evans connected ART 115: Beginning Drawing students from SUNY Broome’s Visual Communications Department and the Exhibition Series: FACES with the community event Cultivating Hope, Healing and Resilience through Integrative Arts.
Join Professor I.J. Byrnes and student leaders from the Women’s Discussion Group at 11 a.m.…
Please join us for an opportunity to speak with Dr. D’Das, in addition to our other panelists, at our Women & Work Career Panel & Networking Event at 11 a.m. Oct. 30 in Decker 201.
Join us on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 for the fourth annual SUNY Broome Drag Show, “Divas through the Decades,” in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre in the SUNY Broome Student Center.
Here at SUNY Broome, we know many of our adult students are looking to re-tool for their next career. Don’t wait until you are ready to graduate to connect with employers!
This public service announcement is brought to you by Medical Assisting students in MDA 207: Christina Cleney, Ronnie Hines, Kaylee Miner, Savannah Sohlberg.
Please join us for an opportunity to speak with Liz, in addition to our other panelists, at our Women & Work Career Panel & Networking Event at 11 a.m. Oct. 30 in Decker 201.
Peer tutors are an integral part of academic services at SUNY Broome, helping Hornets ace subjects they may otherwise find difficult. Carolina knows this firsthand. A tutor aided this international student during her first year at SUNY Broome, and now she’s paying it forward as a tutor herself.
If you’re on campus for any length of time, you will likely meet Allen. After finishing a Business Information Management degree in May, he is currently working toward a second degree in Event Management and is deeply involved in campus life. We find Allen inspiring, and we think you will, too!
In recognition of Disabilities Awareness Month, SUNY Broome’s Accessibility Resources Office (ARO), will host Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit, from Oct. 24 to 26 in the Library art gallery.
Throughout the next few weeks, we will be introducing you to our Women & Work panelists! Our second introduction is Deputy Chief Madeline Bay of the New York State University Police at Binghamton University.
It’s getting to be that time of year again; pumpkin spice, sweaters and BOWLING! Just a quick reminder to put the fourth annual Health for Haiti bowling tournament on your calendar before all the alleys fill up.
Stephie isn’t afraid to test herself, which is why she decided to enroll in the academically challenging Honors Program at SUNY Broome. “I was very interested in the opportunity to challenge myself,” she said. “It is definitely a challenging course load, and also an opportunity to stay on track.”
Throughout the next few weeks, we will be introducting you to our Women & Work panelists! Our first introduction is Hadassah Mativetsky, software quality engineer at Universal Instruments.