SUNY Broome held its fourth annual Move-In Day on Saturday, August 26. Residential students moved in to the college’s residence hall, the Student Village, with the help of volunteers from the campus community. A total of 360 students live in the residence hall.
SUNY Broome Communications Chairman Jason De Trani, Co-ordinator Tim Skinner and Instructor Ed Evans spent part of their summer playing a critical role as judges for the New York State Fair’s first-ever New York State Fair Drone Film Festival.
As is SUNY Broome tradition, the Faculty Staff Assembly kicked off the semester and the academic year with a recap of the previous year, updates on current projects and initiatives, and a recognition of new, promoted or retired faculty and staff members.
Meet SUNY Broome alumna Kate Miller-Corcoran: program coordinator for the VINES Binghamton Farm Share, and an admitted “veggie nerd” with deep roots in the community.
No one has to do everything. Everyone has to do something.
That’s the core message of the Green Dot initiative, which has been part of the SUNY Broome practice for nearly a decade.
SUNY Broome President Kevin E. Drumm, Vice President for Student Development Carol Ross, staff and students rolled up their sleeves Aug. 17 and started packing — bags, that is. They were part of the SUNY’s Got Your Back program at the Dick’s Open golf tournament this year.
Meet Venessa Rodriguez, director of SUNY Broome’s Educational Opportunity Program! She knows the benefits of EOP firsthand; she was an EOP participants herself, and says the program contributed greatly to her own academic success.
The SUNY Broome Community College Board of Trustees recently welcomed a new member: Sharon Ball, the former executive director of the Broome County Arts Council.
Bachelor Degree Partnership student Melissa Henry graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Business from Excelsior College in July 2017. Melissa attended SUNY Broome for her Associate in Science in Business Administration prior to joining the Bachelor Degree Partnership Program.
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Professor Sallyann Giuffrida inspired SUNY Broome students with her keen intellect, good heart and quirky sense of humor. On Aug. 4, the college dedicated Mrs. G’s Weather Station in her memory. Read more about this incredible professor and her legacy at SUNY Broome.
Established in 1975, the BC Center was led during much of its history by Nancy Seliga, who retired this spring after 40 years on the job. Enter new director Pam Holland, who is also an instructor in SUNY Broome’s Teacher Education and Early Childhood Education programs.
Much like the weather, Erin Potter’s journey back to SUNY Broome was subject to multiple currents and influences, all contributing to a larger whole. Now she’ll be the one teaching the next generation of future scientists, and honoring the memory of the professor who once taught her.
Join the SUNY Broome community at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 4, for the dedication of Mrs. G’s Weather Station on the second floor of the Natural Sciences Center (NSC).
Students, Please Remember These Important Enrollment Dates Final Registration Days are August 14th – 18th!…