Sometimes Santa needs a little help. Enter SUNY Broome students, faculty and staff, who pitched in for SUNY Broome’s 22nd annual Giving of the Toys.
The SUNY Broome Guitar Ensemble, directed by Paul Sweeny, will present their Fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre, located in the Student Center.
Join music faculty member Paul Sweeny at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, in T-101 for…
SUNY Broome faculty, students and community partners are gearing up for the sixth annual Health for Haiti global service learning course this Winter Term. There has been a remarkable shift in the projects: Grande Saline, the rural community where the program concentrates much of its efforts, has begun to take a more active role.
This course will introduce students to the laws and ethical standards that managers of any type of organization must abide by in the course of conducting their affairs.
Accounting is known as the language of business. This course introduces students to how organizations use that language to communicate financial information to managers, investors, lenders, stakeholders, and regulators.
This overview course of business is great for students trying to figure out whether a career in business is right for them, employees looking to build an understanding of their own organizations, and entrepreneurs trying to start businesses.
Join Psychology Department faculty for fascinating tips and techniques that will be of use to…
Come and see microprocessor class projects from SUNY Broome Engineering Science students. Projects include a claw game machine, a pinball machine, a miniature elevator, a snack food dispenser and more.
After 10 weeks of Wednesday teleconferences, the students in David Shrum’s English class at la Universidad de Celaya and in Kathleen McKenna’s Effective Speaking class at SUNY Broome held their final teleconference. The collaboration was part of SUNY Broome’s ongoing Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) initiative, designed to give international experiences to students right here on campus.
We are excited to announce December’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – “Yes, You Are a Target.”
We are excited to announce the final approval of our new Culinary Arts AOS degree program. Students can now apply for the Fall 2019 semester.
How did a high school dropout become a criminal defense attorney in private practice? Students in the Lunch with the Law program listened to Robert Leanza Williams Jr. speak on the importance of having grit and a dream.
The Spring 2019 Brochure of Lectures, Film Screenings and Discussions is now available online! This brochure and the events detailed in it are sponsored by the Liberal Arts Division.
SUNY Broome’s Health for Haiti program desperately needs over-the-counter medical supplies to run our medical clinics in January 2019. If each member of your club would bring in items, we would be well stocked for our clinics.