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.
The BARK-9 therapy dogs will get your tail wagging from 2 to 3 p.m. Feb. 6 in the Student Center lobby.
Raise funds for childhood cancer research and watch Professor Maria Montemagno and Leslie Scalzo of the Business and Professional Services Division get their heads shaved on Feb. 24!
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.
This summer, explore hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and volcanoes in the land of fire and ice! Enroll in PHS 292: Discover Iceland this Summer Term.
Little Italy Endicott presents the Carnivale di Venezia Masquerade Ball from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 9, at the Sons of Italy at 126 Odell Ave. in Endicott.
SUNY Broome has a dedicated group of staff and faculty that are available to assist students in distress.
The start of a new semester can be stressful. Speaker Cheryl Horihan will talk about self care and how to keep your mind and body healthy at “Taking Care of You” from 11 a.m. to noon Feb. 5 in Decker 117.
Join Lisa Schappert and Amy Englehart from the Broome Community College Foundation at 11 a.m. Feb. 7 in T-102 to find out how you can become a candidate for the many scholarships offered by the college and its four academic divisions.
The Council for Operational Issues will meet at 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in the Darwin R. Wales Center’s Gary Alan Bosket Conference Room (Wales 203B).
Do terms like MyCollege, Starfish, Degreeworks, and Blackboard sound familiar? Practice using these tools and more at the SUNY Broome Tech Talk workshop!
SUNY Broome has two lactation and personal care rooms on campus! The rooms are located in Calice Advanced Manufacturing Center Room 215 and Natural Science Room 207B, and provide privacy for nursing and related personal care needs.
Moving in Congregations Acting in Hope (MICAH) is holding Building Unity: A Service of Prayer to End Racism at 4 p.m. Feb. 24 at First Congregational United Church of Christ, located at 30 Main St. in Binghamton.
SUNY Broome cares about your success! That’s why we’re using the Starfish Student Success Network to empower you to be successful.