SUNY Broome’s Douglas C. Garnar Center for Civic Engagement for a special edition of the Public Voice from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 1 in Decker Health Sciences Room 201.
Congratulations to Professor Kathleen McKenna, who has successfully completed the requirements for the Competent Communicator Award through participation in Toastmasters International’s communication program.
Breaking Ground, the SUNY Broome Literary Magazine, is again seeking creative work from students, faculty and staff for its 2019 edition.
Join us for the grand opening of the Applied Learning & Career Center’s Career Closet from 11 a.m. to noon Feb. 21 at SUNY Broome.
Student-run a cappella groups are rare at community colleges, due to the continual turnover of the campus population. Anastasia, a second-year Music major at SUNY Broome, has worked to make the Buzz Tones a musical success.
If you have a class scheduled for TONIGHT in Titchener Hall, please read this! Your class has been moved to the Calice Center to accommodate transformer work.
Are you interested in trying out for the SUNY Broome Step Team? No experience needed!
Join SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Doug Garnar at 11 a.m. Feb. 7 in T-101 for a short history of President Trump’s war on the media, fake news, lies and the rise of a new McCarthyism and its threat to American democracy, followed by an audience discussion.
February is Black History Month. Check out these events on the SUNY Broome campus and beyond.
SUNY Broome students majoring in Sports Management, Music, Mathematics and Criminal Justice now have new opportunities for seamless transfer to finish their bachelor’s degree. The college recently finalized transfer agreements with SUNY Canton and the University of Limerick in western Ireland, its first international partner.
Student Activities will be hosting Student Activities Day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 14 in the Baldwin Gym. During the event, we will have a Silent DJ competition.
Hornets basketball team member Anna Hotalen was honored as the NJCAA Division III Player of the Week for her play during the week beginning on Jan. 14
Enjoy a viewing of the movie “Get Out” from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 27 in the first floor lounge.
Did you know that starting your educational path at a community college makes you more likely to succeed?
Tallying up the numbers can provide some insight into SUNY Broome’s Health for Haiti global service learning course, and its impact on the communities it serves. That impact can also be anecdotal, unexpected and intensely personal.