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Homecoming 2011

Make plans to return to campus for the biggest alumni event of the year. Click the logo to visit the Homecoming website and add your name to our attendee list. It's a great way to let your friends know you're planning to be here!


Put Binghamton research on the map
A new Facebook app allows you to track the impact of Binghamton University research around the world. Check it out now to see existing international research projects and add a brief description of your own work. For more information, contact Rachel Coker in the Office of Research Advancement.


Binghamton University is on iTunes! If you're on campus, you can access the iTunes site using your PODS ID and password. If you are off campus, you can access our video and audio files through the iTunes store. Just search for "Binghamton University" and you'll find academic lectures, videos from Alumni Association events, and more!


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Think Binghamton advocacy update - tuition plan request


Think Binghamton

Tuesday, March 1 is Binghamton University’s 10th annual Advocacy Day in Albany. Teams of students, alumni, faculty and staff are scheduled to meet with New York state leaders.

Our objective is to remind policymakers that Binghamton University:

• provides an affordable, world-class education to high-caliber students from culturally and economically diverse backgrounds;
• has an internationally renowned faculty who bring their spirit of inquiry and discovery into the classroom; and
• conducts cutting-edge research that leads to new insights, new technologies and new jobs.

This year, we will also ask legislators to support Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget request for SUNY campuses to more easily enter into public-private partnerships and to reform procurement legislation. In addition, we will ask for their support for a five-year tuition plan that is fair, predictable and responsible. Our students and their families need to be able to plan for the cost of their college education without worrying about the “tuition roulette” they have come to fear each time the state deals with budget deficits.

We will also share our concerns about the proposed reduction to SUNY’s operating aid. Coming on the heels of three consecutive years of cuts, further reductions in operating aid represent a challenge to our ability to provide a world-class education that is accessible to all qualified students at a reasonable price.

Over the next few weeks, we will reach out to University advocates, asking for their help in advancing these initiatives.

For more information on advocacy issues and to join the University’s Think Tank advocacy group, visit the Think Binghamton website.

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Last Updated: 11/12/13