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Binghamton University's 18-Month Executive MBA - NYC program, based in midtown Manhattan, is designed for individuals who would like to obtain an MBA while continuing to work full-time. Classes are held on Saturdays for 18 months, beginning this September. Applications are still being accepted for the cohort starting this fall. For more information, please visit our website or contact Allie DeMartino at 347-443-9325 or by e-mail.


Are you looking for ways to save money on your dental bills this year? AlumniDent® provides affordable group dental insurance to alumni and their families with immediate coverage for preventive, diagnostic and restorative services. AlumniDent also offers budget‐friendly payment options to help keep costs low. And best of all, there is no network – so you can keep your family dentist! For online enrollment, or to learn more about this exclusive plan available through the Alumni Insurance Program, visit the AlumniDent website.


The Alumni Association and Uncommon Goods (founded by David Bolotsky '85) offer alumni the opportunity to purchase banks made from mailboxes salvaged from the Newing Dining Hall. Find out more and purchase a bank today.


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 Apple's iTunes store. Search for "Binghamton University" and you'll find academic lectures, videos from Alumni Association events, and more!




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Tales of the FiftiesClark Zlotchew, PhD '74 is the author of the short story collection Once Upon a Decade: Tales of the Fifties (Comfort Publishing, 2010), which was selected as one of three finalists in the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the short story category. The awards program - presented by Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group in cooperation with the Allen O’Shea Literary Agency -- recognizes and honors the most exceptional independently published books in 60 different categories.

Captured SoulsPatricia Hoyt '80, under the business and pen name Ann Castle, wrote the novel Captured Souls (Intuitive Consulting, 2011), which was featured in the March 28 issue of Publisher's Weekly. The book is a sci-fi thriller set in upstate New York. Divorced parents and a rogue FBI agent unite to find the parents' teenage daughter, who was abducted by extraterrestrial aliens. A free PDF download of the first three chapters is available on Castle's website.

Sharon Kay Sputz '85Sharon Kay Sputz '85 joined 25 other professional women recently in being recognized for their workplace achievements at the 37th Annual Tribute to Women and Industry Awards Dinner, hosted by the YWCA of Bergen County, N.J. The event highlighted the contributions of the honorees in their managerial, executive or professional roles, as well as recognized the companies that provide women with opportunities for career advancement. Sharon works in business development for BAE Systems, Inc., in Woodland Park, N.J.

Annie Rohan '87 is one of four registered nurses recently awarded scholarships by the March of Dimes for graduate studies in the field of maternal-child nursing. The March of Dimes Graduate Nursing Scholarship was founded in 1997 to recognize and promote excellence in the nursing care of mothers and babies. Recipients receive $5,000 to continue their graduate maternal-child nursing studies. Rohan is pursuing a PhD in nursing from Columbia University. She is a neonatal nurse practitioner and a pediatric nurse practitioner. 

ONSMartha Langhorne, MS '88, was the 2011 recipient of the Oncology Nursing Society Pearl Moore Making a Difference Award. Langhorne is a nurse practitioner at Binghamton Gastroenterology. The award recognizes her significant contributions to the oncology nursing profession at the local and regional levels.

Writing With BloodDavid Kilpatrick MA '94, PhD '01, is the author of Writing with Blood: The Sacrificial Dramatist as Tragic Man (Eye Corner Press, 2011), a book about ecstatic states of consciousness that allow for a new form of subjectivity. He is associate professor of English literature and philosophy at Mercy College.

James R. Barnes '00James R. Barnes '00 was elected chair of the 3,415-member Young Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association. Barnes, an associate at Albany law firm Burke & Casserly, concentrates his practice on elder law, trusts and estates, business succession planning and real estate. He co-chairs the Young Lawyers Committee of the Albany County Bar Association.

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Last Updated: 11/12/13