A Great Books Discussion

Titchener Building, Room 203

This discussion will begin Friday, February 3, 2023 at 12 noon in T-203 and continue each Friday at Noon through the semester, except for campus closures or breaks. The book that will be discussed during the Spring 2023 semester is Middlemarch by George Eliot. For further information, contact Professor I.J. Byrnes at byrnesij@sunybroome.edu Sponsored by Phi […]

Vikings, Villages and Volcanoes: An Immersive Iceland Exhibit

Library: The Gallery @ SUNY Broome

The Physical Science Department is hosting an Immersive Exhibit in the Gallery during the month of February. An opening Gala will be held: Date: Friday, February 3 Time: 4:00 pm – 7 pm Location: Cecil C. Tyrrell Library (The Gallery @ SUNY Broome) All are welcome to attend. Vikings, Villages and Volcanoes: An Immersive Iceland Exhibit (pdf)

Scholarships for SUNY Broome Students

Titchener Building Room 101

Join  an administrator from our campus Foundation to find out how you can become a candidate for one of many scholarships offered by the college and its four academic divisions. Contact Administrator Amy Englehart at englehartad@sunybroome.edu  with any questions. Sponsored by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Foundation Presenter: Amy Englehart

Censorship, Literature and Cultural Conflict

Titchener Building Room 101

Join an English Department faculty member for a discussion of censorship and literary art, focusing on law, culture, and aesthetics alike. How does the history of literary freedom as an artistic and legal inform our understanding of high-stakes censorship controversies in 21st-century America? Faculty Presenter: Andrew Haggerty

Alumni Night at the Binghamton Black Bears

Visions Veterans Memorial Arena One Stuart St,, Binghamton, NY

Hornets, it’s going to be a “beary” good time during Alumni Night at the Binghamton Black Bears on 2/24! Tickets cost $15 per person and include a reserved seat, a food voucher for a hot dog, fries, and soft drink and post-game group photo on the ice. Alumni, former students, college employees, and their guests […]

Continuing Students – 1 Week until the Scholarship Application Closes!

Continuing students, there’s only one more week to apply for scholarships! While freshmen have until April 24 to complete their application, continuing students only have until March 9! Now is the time to pen some great short essays and apply through one seamless application to any scholarship that you qualify for. Don’t miss your chance! […]

ChatGPT and AI

Titchener Building Room 101

The first major public facing AI has become available for use. Ask it anything and it will create or answer you in real-time. Need a recipe? A fantasy bedtime story to tell your kids that's never been told? A paper written? How will this new form of communication disrupt or improve our classrooms, our lives at home, and how do […]

Current Hot Topics in Politics

Online via Zoom

Two of our political science professors take on any and all hot topics of the day in politics. Don't miss this great and informative discussion. Contact Professor Lee Whitted at whittedl@sunybroome.edu with any questions. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 948 3218 4416 Passcode: 163654 One tap mobile+16468769923,,94832184416#,,,,*163654# US (New York)  Faculty Presenters: Leeland Whitted and […]

Mass Shootings/Gun Violence

Titchener Building Room 101

How should the epidemic of mass shootings and gun violence in American public life be addressed? Are our public spaces no longer safe? Why does U.S. culture, among developed high-tech countries, seem uniquely prone to this issue? Attend this Common Hour for a lively discussion on this significant issue. Faculty Presenter: Carla Michalak

The Trial of Susan B. Anthony: Film Screening and Discussion

Titchener Building Room 101

Watch a 29-minute film to discover critical details regarding the trial of Susan B. Anthony who was indicted for attempting to vote in a federal election in Rochester, NY. Anthony was a leader in the women’s suffrage movement. Sponsored by the Women’s Discussion Group. Faculty Presenter: I.J. Byrnes and the student leaders of the Women’s […]

Misinformation: Where It Comes from and How to Deal with It, Part I

Titchener Building Room 101

How has the problem of misinformation changed over the years? Do we have an ethical duty to truth and clarity? How do the economics of media incentivize misinformation? This initial panel on misinformation will address questions like these with guests Professor Steven Call, Professor I.J. Byrnes and Professor Nicholas Bongiorno Faculty Discussion Leaders