In celebration of literacy and supporting women’s issues, SUNY Broome’s Women’s Discussion Group, a student group focusing on women’s issues, donated multiple boxes of books to the Women’s Prison Book Project on Oct. 30, 2018.
Many members of SUNY Broome Community College added a vigil at the Binghamton Jewish Community Center, mourning the loss of life in Pittsburgh as well as other similar terrorist attacks on churches, schools, mosques and shopping areas.
SUNY Broome’s Men of Excellence students facilitated its second Lunch with the Law event on Oct. 17 at Union-Endicott High School. Read more about this program, which seeks to break down barriers and misconceptions between the law enforcement community and young men of color.
Tutor, Business Administration major, Honors student and future accountant, Kara is many things — including mom to two young children. Read more about this inspiring student, who loves to solve problems and has truly embraced life at SUNY Broome.
Hunger isn’t just a reality in faraway lands. It’s right here, in Broome County and even on campus. Read more about the faces of hunger, and get involved with the issue through the Hunger Banquet on Nov. 15.
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!
When a classmate collapsed on campus, Jack sprang into action. The Homeland Security major is also an EMT on his local emergency squad. Click here to read more about this life-saving Hornet!
Among the best students in the Southern Tier, the 2018 Presidential Honors Scholars are making the most of their time at SUNY Broome and deeply appreciate the scholarship that has made such a difference in their lives. “I really recommend SUNY Broome to anyone. The opportunities on campus are endless,” 2018 PHS recipient Gloria says.
The SUNY Broome community welcomed the Chancellor to the grand opening of the Calice Center, the very first time she visited the campus since her inauguration. Read more about Chancellor Johnson’s visit and the new Calice Center.
The SUNY Broome chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma is combating hunger by raising funds and collecting donations for the campus food pantry. Read more in this article by student Brittany Shaffer.
State University of New York Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson on Oct. 16 announced the opening of the Paul and Mary Calice and Mildred Barton Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY Broome, a $12.7 million renovation project housing classrooms and laboratories with the latest technology to prepare students for jobs in advanced manufacturing, clean energy, and other growth sectors.
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!
Congratulations to Southern Tier Technologies, which won third place in the 2018 76West competition! In 2017, SUNY Broome partnered with Southern Tier Technologies under New York State’s START-UP NY program.
Poverty and hunger aren’t just experienced by people in some far away land. Allen shares his experiences with the college’s annual Hunger Banquet — and his own memories of poverty. This year’s Hunger Banquet will be held at 11 a.m. Nov. 15 in Decker 201. Join us to learn, and to share your story.