Student Affairs will undergo reorganization
Vice President for Student Affairs Brian Rose is working with his staff to realign responsibilities to benefit students, both physically and administratively. Rose expects the reorganization to more easily provide students with a spectrum of services.
Theatre presented 'The House of Bernarda Alba'
Director Rodrigo Núñez, a visiting artist from Duoc Universidad Católica in Santiago, Chile, offered a stunning presentation of Federico Garcia Lorca's classic about a family of women in 1930's Fascist Spain.
University earns AAHRPP accreditation
Binghamton University has become the first school in the SUNY system to earn accreditation for its human subjects protection program from the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. (AAHRPP).
Three faculty members appointed to distinguished rank
Granted only by the SUNY Trustees, the rank of distinguished is the highest academic rank possible. The recipients join nearly 60 other Binghamton faculty members who have received the distinction.
Senior has helped debate team thrive
It took Tansy Woan just one tournament at the end of her freshman year to know that debate would become an integral part of her time at Binghamton University. Woan has gotten better. Much better. This year, the 21-year-old senior became the first woman from the University to qualify for the National Debate Tournament.
Couper Lecture examines start of standardized testing
William J. Reese gave the 17th annual Edgar W. Couper Lecture on April 24, discussing the beginnings of standardized testing in 1845, a practice still widely used today.