SUNY Broome’s Dr. Amory presents paper at Dante and Music conference


Dr. Carolyn T. Amory, an adjunct instructor in English at SUNY Broome, presented at the Dante and Music conference on November 5 and 6 at the University of Pennsylavnia (UPenn) in Philadelphia, held in honor of Dante Alighieri’s 750th birthday.   The conference was well attended by Dante scholars as well as musicologists, primarily from Ivy League schools, state […]

SUNY Broome unveils Honors Program for Fall 2015


SUNY Broome is unveiling its new Honors Program, which will begin in Fall 2015 for both new and continuing students This program will challenge students to think more deeply and insightfully in a wide range of classes across all academic disciplines. Capped at 20 students, classes are also smaller than average, providing a more intimate […]

Create a vision for the future: SUNY Broome master planning ‘charrette’


The SUNY Broome campus is invited to a participatory workshop to help provide ideas for the development of the updated Facilities Master Plan. Subject areas that require your input include: academic facilities, social and activity spaces, athletics and recreation, open space and circulation, sustainability and more. The event will run from 8 a.m. to 7 […]

Dr. Chirico’s work quoted in new book


Dr. David Chirico’s 2010 paper “In a Month of Thirteen Films: A Fassbinder Diary” was quoted by film scholar Thomas Elsaesser in his new book from Routledge, German Cinema–Terror and Trauma: Cultural Memory Since 1945. A short story called “The Sorcerer,” drawn from his first novel, will appear in the next issue of Red Rock […]