In the wake of this horrific loss of life and crime against humanity, the Governor has ordered state flags at half-mast in honor of those mercilessly and senselessly slain in Pittsburgh. SUNY Broome will follow with our flag at half-mast in honor of the dead and in opposition to hatred and bigotry everywhere it exists.
The Council for Academic Issues will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday, October 31, 2018, in the Darwin R. Wales Center’s Gary Alan Bosket Conference Room (Wales 203B).
Help the 2019 Health for Haiti class raise money for our upcoming projects in Haiti by attending our Flapjack Fundraiser breakfast.
Senior SUNY Broome Physical Therapist Assistant students and faculty participated in the Healthy Habits Health Fair at Fall Fest on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018.
Schedule Planner is a simple interface that revolutionizes student schedule planning assisting in selection of preferred classes, blocking off breaks or conflicts, and generating the best possible schedules for registration.
Professionals in the STEM field who are eager to recruit SUNY Broome STEM students/graduates for a variety of opportunities will be on campus to interact with you and showcase their organization from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 in the Calice Advanced Manufacturing Center atrium
SUNY Broome’s Communications and Media Arts department will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for their fully online radio station The HiVE at 11 a.m. Oct. 30. The event will take place at the station site in the basement of Titchener Hall.
The Monday Poem is brought to you by Professor Kristin Bensen-Hause of the English Department.…
The SUNY Broome Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to announce four opportunities for Broome County legislative candidates to meet students, faulty and staff.
The Applied Learning & Career Center, along with Career Counseling, the SUNY Broome Women’s Institute, the STEM division and Student Activities, is excited to announce the schedule of events for SUNY Broome’s first-ever Career Week!
Attention, students: Would you like to walk away with one of these adorable SUNY Broome bears? Be sure to stop by our Build A Bear event next week!
Prepare for your future: Head to Transfer Day from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, in the Baldwin Gym! More than 50 colleges and universities attend the event, giving students a chance to learn about their programs and campuses.
Join us for an intimate discussion on the converging worlds of Black History, the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt and the Environmental Protection Agency with Betty Soskin Reid, the oldest Park Ranger with the National Park Service.
Communications and Media Arts Majors: Remember, remember the 2nd and 9th of November…. that is when LACM advising days are taking place!
Don’t get sucked into the last-minute rush! Get advised and registered early, so you can get the classes and schedule you need.