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Not all of engineering focuses on the inner workings of machines, electronics and computers, or the construction of buildings, bridges and roads. Professor Tamika Gordon is working toward her doctorate in industrial and systems engineering while teaching at SUNY Broome.Read More
Giovanni wants to shoot for the stars — literally — as a rocket scientist. Find out why this SUNY Broome student decided to major in Computer Science, and joined the challenging Honors Program.Read More
Sometimes, a single class can change the trajectory of your life in unexpected ways. For Dr. Chris Hamilton, that watershed moment was his Ecology of the Everglades course, which kicked off his career in conservation. SUNY Broome works!Read More
With a $300 million price tag, 14 bridges and more than eight years in the making, the Prospect Mountain is the most massive project the New York State Department of Transportation has ever undertaken in Upstate New York. At the pinnacle is Engineer-In-Charge Tom Phillips. He’s not only a SUNY Broome alumnus, but oversees many current Engineering Technologies students, who frequently intern on site as construction inspectors. SUNY Broome works!Read More
When Lyndie came to SUNY Broome, she first needed to master the English language. Now, this international student from Haiti is ready to transfer on and finish her bachelor’s degree in biology. SUNY Broome works!Read More
Kristine has always preferred to be outdoors, using both her mind and her hands to solve problems. Those qualities drew her to SUNY Broome’s Civil Engineering Technology program, and to a change in career. SUNY Broome works!Read More
Imagine a computer that can think like a human brain, its processes mirroring the neurons that power thought. It’s a topic that fascinates Computer Science major Ali Daho, who comes to SUNY Broome from Algeria and helps his fellow Hornets as a tutor.Read More
Forced to drop out of school at only 14 years old in her native Iraq, Enas never lost her drive to achieve an education. Read more about this incredible Hornet and peer tutor, who is exploring her future in biomedical engineering.Read More
Chris spent his first year of college at Penn State — and found it wasn’t a good fit. He came home to SUNY Broome, where he is finishing his degree in Computer Science and landed his first job as a tutor. SUNY Broome works!Read More
In middle school, Clyde couldn’t imagine attending college. Now, the high school senior is already halfway done with his Associate’s degree — and the winner of a national 4-H award in STEM.Read More
Tiffany once traveled the country as a racing instructor. Now she is a dual major in Manufacturing Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology, and plans to design the engines of the future.Read More
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