Built in the Greek Revival style, the pale wood-frame house on Chenango Street reflects another…
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.
The AMETEK Foundation donated $10,000 to equip SUNY Broome’s new high-tech soldering lab, which will…
Students in the Business and Professional Services Division rang in the holidays by donating $4,000 worth of toys to Toys for Tots — and holding a holiday bash for the community.
Clubs, departments and offices from across campus rang in the holiday season Thursday during SUNY…
“We want to become a place where people come to learn about green energy,” explained Engineering Science Professor Robert Lofthouse.
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.
Deer frequent SUNY Broome’s Natural Areas on campus. Click to check out pictures and learn about their lives.
During the more than 20 years he spent as a college women’s lacrosse coach, Tony Zostant was heavily involved in recruitment. As SUNY Broome’s staff assistant for Admissions, he did the same – this time for a broader population of students.
Local entrepreneurs, art displays, virtual reality, a 3-D printer and a rad-looking electric motorcycle were all part of SUNY Broome’s Innovation Celebration at the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator on Dec. 1.
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.