Students presented their findings and faced questions from their professor and peers.

Life of the Mind: Psychology students share their class research projects

Monday, Dec. 18, was the big day for Professor Bill Altman’s Psychology 110 students. Students conducted research experiments in class, and finished their semester with a poster and presentation highlighting their work. Afterward, Professor Altman and their peers questioned their methods and findings in depth.

Students in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program presented their seminar projects on Dec. 6.

Improving SUNY Broome: Honors students propose solutions to campus problems

Should the Student Village have designated “quiet suites” for residential students looking for less noise in their environment? Does campus have enough gender-neutral bathrooms? Should the Digital Lounge & Commons be re-purposed? How can we best promote the campus’ intramural sports? Students in SUNY Broome’s Honors Program tackled these questions and presented their results to campus officials at a Dec. 6 showcase.

Alec Grabowski and Teal Gaylord

Full circle: A mother and son have their start at SUNY Broome

Teal Gaylord and Alec Grabowski attended SUNY Broome years apart, and their career paths have taken them to different parts of country. These days, Gaylord is the human resources director for Vitro Glass, an international architectural glass company headquartered in Carlisle, Pa., while her son Alec recently returned to his hometown after years away to assume a leadership position at UHS.

Stinger peers out from the construction fence

Go Hornets: Student Activities spruces up fence with school spirit

If you walked by the Quad construction site lately, you probably noticed a familiar face peering out from the fence. Outlined in plastic cups in white, black and gold, Stinger has taken flight next to the geothermal well field, across from the words “Go Hornets.”