The Student Assembly is running the following survey through December 8.
Greetings from Health for Haiti! Our 2018 class is working hard to raise money to…
Faculty and staff tours of the ongoing construction in the new Calice Advanced Manufacturing Center will take place over the next three Thursdays (Dec. 7, 14, and 21) during Common Hour (11 a.m. to noon).
Join Counseling Services in some mindfulness exercises to help reduce and manage end-of-semester stress from 11 to 11:50 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, in Decker 201.
Medical Assisting students will continue their food drive collection from now until Dec. 11 to help stock the campus food pantry, Food for Thought.
The Monday Poem is brought to you by Professor Jim Gormley of the English Department.…
Join us for a screening of “Triplets of Belleville” at 7 p.m. Dec. 6 in T-102. The 2003 film from France is part of the Phi Theta Kappa International Film Series on Nationalism and Animation. A discussion will follow.
The SUNY Performing Arts Department presents its College Choir in a concert of “Holiday Music – Ancient and Modern” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, in the Sanctuary of Vestal United Methodist Church, 328 Main St., Vestal.
Join the SUNY Broome Concert Band for a holiday concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 in Binghamton High School’s Helen Foley Theatre!
This day could not have been possible without you! Your donations totaled more than $75,800 and we had 378 donors, a new record!
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,…
The ALCC once again collaborated with the Engineering programs to offer another successful Engineering Mock Interview Event on Nov 30.
For six evenings in December (12 performances total) the Phelps Mansion Museum transforms into the homes and offices of Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit for a classic evening of drama and redemption.
Interested in exploring a possible career, or enhancing your resume for either transfer or a job down the road? Interested in giving something back to your community?