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Entrepreneurship curriculum encourages creativity, innovation, leadership


In a national economy in which unemployment remains around 8 percent, the entrepreneurship curriculum at Binghamton University is teaching students to lead by thinking about the kinds of jobs they want to create, not just the types of jobs they want to get. >>READ MORE


Awards honor students' accomplishments


Private giving provides recognition, support

Private support helped the Binghamton University Foundation distribute nearly $71,000 to 191 award recipients this spring. >>READ MORE


And the grand total is ...

Turovsky and StengerBold.Brilliant.Binghamton campaign raises $101.2 million.

Showing no challenge is insurmountable, Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton — The Campaign for Binghamton University raised $101.22 million to enhance educational opportunities for students, foster innovative research by faculty and strengthen the University for years to come, President Harvey Stenger announced July 19. >>READ MORE

Student success is a testament to your support

TurovskyBold.Brilliant.Binghamton campaign tops $100 million. Thank you!

As we close the books on Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton – The Campaign for Binghamton University, I think about how proud I am to be a part of this tremendous effort to support the students, faculty and programs of this exceptional University. With your help, we exceeded $100 million in this campaign. >>READ MORE

Why Joseph "Harry" Boyer supports the Watson School

Harry Boyer"I want them to have the tools in their hands to solve problems," says Joseph "Harry" Boyer, founder, chairman and chief technology officer of Innovation, based in Johnson City, N.Y. >>READ MORE

Institute celebrates work in the humanities


Alex Huppé '69 put off declaring his major until he was a senior at Binghamton University. >>READ MORE






Research grant helps doctoral student improve dissertation











The new Wheeler/Nieman Research Grant helped put doctoral student Jessica Frazier, the grant's first recipient, in the right place at the right time. >>READ MORE

For the love of his alma mater

As a CFO, Randy Borkenstein ’87 knows that developing and
retaining talent is key to organizational success

Anita and Randy BorkensteinFor Randy Borkenstein ’87, the connection to his alma mater isn’t complicated. >>READ MORE







Why Charles Kim gave SOM $1 million

Charles and Jean Kim donate to Binghamton University

Charles Kim pledged $1 million to support curriculum advancement and student scholarships because he wanted to ensure all students have access to the American Dream.


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Last Updated: 8/5/14