Join the Communications and Media Arts Department for a Hindsight, an exhibit of student photography work, in the Gallery @ SUNY Broome from Feb. 6 through 27.
This exhibit will include both digital and analog photography and will be held in the library’s first floor gallery. A public opening reception will run from 5 to 6 p.m. Feb. 6.
College employees, guess how many for a chance to win! If you guess closest to the correct amount of candy in the jar (without going over!), you can win a Valentine’s Day themed basket!
The Clubs Finance Committee meets every Monday at 11am in SB105. Anyone is able to attend the meetings and observe, but must attend 3 meetings to be a voting member. The committee reviews requests that are submitted to determine whether requests meet the requirements for appropriate spending. Those wishing to serve on the committee need not be enrolled in a club to serve. All are welcome!
College Assembly (meets 3:00pm-4:30pm in Wales 203B):
Monday, January 27 (First day of classes)
Monday, February 10
Monday, February 24
Monday, March 9
Monday, March 23
Monday, April 6 — Meetings resume Virtually
Monday, April 20
Monday, May 4
Council for Academic Issues (meets 3:00pm-4:30pm in Wales 203B):
Wednesday, January 29
Wednesday, February 12
Wednesday, February 26
Wednesday, March 11
Wednesday, March 25
The following Council for Academic Issues will meet Virtually at 3:00 PM, via Zoom
Wednesday, April 8
Wednesday, April 22
Wednesday, May 6
For more information about Shared Governance and CAI, please visit http://www2.sunybroome.edu/
Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness training is a required annual training for all employees of the college. Marie Finelli will be presenting information to employees about prevention, detection, response and reporting of WPV incidents.
WPV includes but is not limited to harassment, bullying, sexual harassment, domestic violence, intimidation, active shooter, etc. Incidents of workplace violence can be perpetrated by employees, customers, or other persons affiliated (or not), with the college.
The sessions will run from 4 to 5 p.m. on the following Wednesdays during the Spring 2020 semester: Feb 12, Feb 26, March 11, March 25, April 8 and April 29 in the Public Safety classroom.
Please email Marie Finelli directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to register as space is limited.
Council for Operational Issues (meets 9:00am-10:30am in Wales 203B):
Thursday, January 30
Thursday, February 13
Thursday, February 27
Thursday, March 12
Thursday, March 26 — Cancelled
Thursday, April 9 — resumes Virtually
Thursday, April 23
Thursday, May 7
The Center for Career Development is hosting representatives from PFP, The Family Security Plan, on Feb. 13 for an information session followed by interviews for their part-time Customer Engagement Specialist position for the Spring semester.
Students interested in learning more about the company should attend the information session from 11 to 11:50 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13, in AT 200.
Students interested in applying to and scheduling an interview for the position, which pays $13 per hour, should e-mail their resume to email@example.com no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 11. Interviews will take place on-campus from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 13.
To learn more about PFP, visit their website at https://familysecurityplan.com/ or access your Purple Briefcase account through MyCollege for more information on the opportunity.
SUNY Broome will host a Public Voice session on legislative priorities from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, in Decker Health Sciences Building Room 201. The college’s Center for Civic Engagement has invited state Senator Fred Akshar, Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, Assemblyman Clifford Crouch and Broome County Executive Jason Garnar to give their top three legislative priorities.
Participants will have an opportunity to see what our elected officials have identified, and will then be given time to share what they see as priorities. All input from participants will be documented and shared with our elected officials.
The event is open to the public and admission is free. Please join us for this important information gathering session!
We will be holding our first Council of Clubs meeting on February 19th @11am in the Old Science Building, Room 105. The other dates for the semester will be March 18th and April 22nd. (All are Wednesdays at 11am and will be held in the Old Science Building, Room 105.)
If you do not know what Council of Clubs is its a place for clubs to get together and discuss some of the concerns they have, help that the Student Activities Office can give, exchange information with one another, and gain information on things the Student Activities Office is doing to try to assist them.
Some questions may be answered below.
Only one member of a club is required to attend.
This member can be any active member, it does not have to be an officer.
If the member cannot attend, then they should get a substitute.
It does not need to be the same member each time. They can rotate.
These are designed for students not advisors, but advisors are welcome to attend if they like.
If no member can attend, then the group should contact the Student Activities Office well in advance, so we can make sure to note that this is an excused absence.
As always, if you have any questions, please let us know.