A student in the SUNY Broome Honors Program, Zak is also deeply involved in campus life. His current project: restarting a campus newspaper, the first in at least a decade. What is his impression of the Honors Program? “All the Honors courses I’ve had, they’re elevated more than other classes in terms of coursework,” he said.
Hand-colored and created by S. Augustus Mitchell, the large wall map was donated to the campus by Professor Emeritus Doug Garnar, an avid preserver of local history.
Stephie isn’t afraid to test herself, which is why she decided to enroll in the academically challenging Honors Program at SUNY Broome. “I was very interested in the opportunity to challenge myself,” she said. “It is definitely a challenging course load, and also an opportunity to stay on track.”
Why did Nick choose to join the Honors Program? “I wanted to challenge myself and I heard the class sizes were smaller,” explained the dual major in Engineering Science and Mathematics. “I learn in an environment better when there are fewer students and I can ask questions.”
When it’s all done, the new SUNY Broome Culinary Arts and Events Center will feature amenities including garde manger and production kitchens, state-of-the-art classroom space, a fabrication lab for the Events Management program, a fully equipped beverage lab for mixology classes, a full-dining room, a computer lab, a state-of-the-art lecture hall for cooking demonstrations, office space, student lounges and a proposed community education cooking studio — along with historic charm.
Dr. Kristina M. Johnson outlined a series of initiatives that will enable The State University of New York to meet major societal challenges at this critical juncture in history, as she was officially inaugurated the 13th Chancellor of SUNY on Sept. 14.
Looking to continue your education at SUNY Cortland? Here’s a person you will want to meet: Greg Diller, Cortland’s transfer mobility advisor.
On Tuesday, the SUNY Broome campus gathered to remember the events of 9/11 and offer its gratitude to the police officers, firefighters and other first responders who respond to disasters, even at the risk of their own lives.
Patrick didn’t find his high school classes challenging enough. SUNY Broome’s Early College program gave him the opportunity to learn at his own pace and save time as he pursues a degree in Engineering Science.
Even in cases where a rape has clearly taken place, traditional beliefs and assumptions about masculinity can cause both witnesses and victims to be uncertain about reporting it, according to new research conducted by Binghamton University and SUNY Broome.
An international student from Nigeria, David is committed to service in his home country and has worked on a wide array of initiatives, from distributing mosquito nets to stem the spread of malaria to planting trees to combat climate change. When he learned of an opportunity to contribute to relief efforts in Puerto Rico, the SUNY Broome student jumped at the chance.
Jeff wasn’t successful at college the first time — or even the second. But the story doesn’t end there: He found his passion in accounting, went on to earn a master’s degree and became a CPA, a job he loves.
With their religious themes, deep shadows and stunning realism, these dramatic oil paintings could come directly from the 17th century, perhaps hung on the walls of a museum. While they were inspired by Baroque masters such as Caravaggio, Rembrandt and Velázquez, they were actually created in the past five years by SUNY Broome alumnus Anthony Hanakovic.
When it came to college, Alex Khadjadorian had a choice to make. Long interested in…
SUNY Broome’s Student Village is home to 360 resident students, as well as 10 resident assistants and two residence directors, Alexandria Donkor and Justin Banks-McDowell. Now in its fifth year, Move-In has evolved into a seamless dance of cars, laundry carts and smiling volunteers, who help students in every way they can, including hauling heavy items.