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.
For nearly 25 years, Professor Linda Jowett has introduced future nurses to the healthcare field,…
Click to read more about this incredible transfer opportunity! Students will be able to learn more about this program during a Common Hour presentation at 11 a.m. Nov. 30 in Decker Health Sciences Room 213 on the SUNY Broome campus.
When he came to SUNY Broome, Brady Harrington initially wasn’t sure about his path, but he knew his end goal: a career centered on sports. He decided major in Sport Studies, a great fit for his interests and his future.
Orion noticed back in high school that he relished the same math classes that others treated with hesitation. Pursuing a math degree seemed a logical course – as did attending his local community college.
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.”
SUNY Broome alumna Aishia Mortenson is thriving in her career as a school nurse. As #Broome24 approaches on Nov. 28, she reflects on the importance of giving.
“Our theater production of FOOLs by Neil Simon was a big success with cheering audiences numbering over 320 over two evenings,” said SUNY Broome theater director Katherine Bacon.
International students come to SUNY Broome for many reasons: academic programs, the chance to transfer to a dream school or simply the opportunity to see America. Rasmus Kristensen became a Hornet to pursue success not only in the classroom, but on the basketball court.
Ruddy Green is comfortable with cameras these days. Read more about this Hornet featured in the Ellen DeGeneres “Summit” documentary series, what brings him to SUNY Broome and his experiences in the spotlight.
The SUNY Broome Natural Areas’ trail cameras definitely catch birds as well as mammals.
Most Americans don’t know where Burundi is, and Melissa Uwamahoro is aware of that. She started off an interview by spelling the name of her home country, a landlocked nation in East Africa located just south of the equator.
Alexandra, a student in the AA1 program, is one of two SUNY Broome representatives on the Broome County Student Board of Advisors. “A lot of people my age don’t like to talk about politics, but policies are going to affect them, so they should,” she explained.
Percy Blank always loved math, and has now returned to college to pursue a long-held dream. Why math? “It’s in everything else in the world,” Blank explained.
Thang Nguyen has some definite goals for his future: transfer to the University at Buffalo, ultimately become a family physician. And somewhere along the way, become an American Ninja Warrior.