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Career and Intercultural Services
Stacy C. Marrow
Stacy C. Marrow is the director of the Career and Intercultural Services Center (CISC) at the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) at Binghamton University. She holds a bachelor's degree in Rhetoric and General Literature, and a master's degree in Students Affairs administration, both from Binghamton University. Stacy is ABD in a doctorate of education, concentration in leadership in higher education program at Northcentral University. A holistic approach to student development is important to Stacy, and she believes that attention to the total student is essential to student empowerment, growth and success. Besides serving Binghamton University students, Stacy enjoys singing, reading fiction, long walks, and cooking new recipes.
I’m a graduate assistant in CISC and I am incredibly grateful to be a part of the student staff. I’m a second-year student in the Master of Student Affairs Administration program and a proud alum of the Department of Human Development. I chose this master’s program to become the type of person I needed as an undergraduate student; the Student Affairs program will help guide me on my path to becoming a great advisor to help college students in my community. CISC has afforded me many opportunities to grow both academically and professionally. I look forward to beginning a career at the local community college as an advisor and eventually developing a bridge from high school to college program for students from underserved communities.
I’m a senior majoring in Human Development. I chose this major because of my commitment to learning about the structural factors and social injustices that affect a human being's ability to develop and progress properly in our society. What I love about CCPA is that the college radiates a sense of family and support that makes me feel welcome. More specifically, CISC is where I've found my greatest support system. Not only has our office allowed me to better myself as a professional, but it has given me the support I have always needed in order to be a successful undergraduate student. After my time at Binghamton University, I plan to obtain a master’s degree and pursue a career in student affairs.
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