Volunteer spotlight: Metro NY alumni help students with career development
Think back to when you were a college student, getting ready to make the transition from campus to the workplace. Navigating the waters of the job market wasn't easy then, but imagine the difficulty faced by the students of today. Recent student-alumni career events in metro New York were intended to help Binghamton University students with their searches for jobs and internships. (Sanil Padiyedathu '05, right, talks with a student) Read more.
A message from President Stenger
As we begin the new year, I am settling into my new role as president. I am learning, as all of you are already aware, that Binghamton is a special place. Read more.
Your support changes lives
Almost 30,000 people have stepped forward to support Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton — The Campaign for Binghamton University, and their gifts are already making an impact. There is still time to join them. Read more.
Use our social networking tools to connect with alumni
Join our new LinkedIn group to make or re-establish career connections with fellow alumni. We offer several social networking sites to help keep you connected. Read more.
Make plans to attend Homecoming 2012
This event, planned for Friday-Sunday, Oct. 12-14, on campus, will be an opportunity to reconnect with people you bonded with during one of the most special times of your life. Read more.
Binghamton ranked among nation's top values
The University is once again ranked among the nation's top values in public colleges, according to Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine. Read more.