While all the panelists earned degrees from SUNY Broome’s Business Information Technology programs, their paths took them in different directions. They all attributed their success to a few basic concepts: working hard and mastering needed skills, and fostering connections with others in their field from the very beginning.
SUNY Broome held its annual Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 10 to honor the sacrifices made by veterans. What you may not realize: Veterans led to the creation of the community college system itself, established just after World War II.
Imagine doing your homework in a language that’s not your own, translating the content into your native tongue and then back as you complete the assignment. Then you’ll understand some of the realities faced by international students such as Jenny Israel, now a student in the Nursing program.
SUNY Broome student Ruddy Green is featured in a documentary series on The Ellen Degeneres Show.
Sometimes the hardest assignments we have in college involve day-to-day life: Waking up on time, making food and becoming self-sufficient adults. In today’s Focus on International Students, we meet Elnur, an Engineering Science major from Denmark who wants to become a petroleum engineer.
Look around the room in SUNY Broome’s Chemical Dependency Counseling program, and you’ll find that everyone has a story. This is Marc’s story — one of inspiration, finding a mission and always striving for more.
Applied Music students started the semester off and running with impressive performances at two Upstate SUNY schools in October.
SUNY Broome alumna Jennifer Garnar is the Region West winner for the Charles A. Burns Outstanding Adult Continuing Education Student Award.
This is the first in a series of stories on SUNY Broome’s international students, who come from all over the globe. The college will celebrate International Week from Nov. 13 through 17. Today we meet Leila, a refugee from the African nation of Somalia.
Four faculty and 32 students (in four classes) from the Syracuse City School District came to campus for a field trip on Oct. 18.
SUNY Broome Professor Sandra Wright and her students in the Business Information Technology program have been working together as part of the Bridge to Haiti program to advance computer literacy for adults and children in Haiti. Together, they have not only contributed high quality lessons and necessary equipment, they have made a meaningful connection with students in Haiti.
A 15-minute interview led to a 40-minute conversation – and, a few weeks later, a six-month internship. Read about how Nick got his foot in the door while pursuing a degree in Engineering Science.
SUNY Broomes Dental Hygiene Clinic now features a newly renovated sterilization lab! Click to read more about the project, the facility and the local dental societies that helped make it happen.
SUNY Broome’s Medical Assisting program participated in a research project — and gave students the opportunity to hone their decision-making skills in virtual reality.
SUNY Broome’s Presidential Honors Scholars were in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class, but they excelled – and continue to excel — in more than just the classroom. Meet this year’s PHS Scholars!