JUNE 2014

SOM, Watson and Alumni Association sponsor opportunities to further your education

From staff reports

Earn your MBA in New York City while working full-time

The Professional MBA - NYC program is one of the most innovative programs in the country. Binghamton University's School of Management is the only school in New York state that offers an MBA degree in just 12 months for fully employed individuals. Our Executive MBA-NYC is specifically designed for business executives desiring an elite education with their peers. This program takes 20 months to complete.

The next cohorts begin - for both programs - in August; applications are being accepted. Attending one of the Immediate Evaluation Days listed below will give you an opportunity to learn more about the program and receive feedback about your eligibility.

PMBA events at SUNY State School of Optometry (33 W. 42 St., Manhattan)
*  Saturday, June 21 from 10 a.m. to noon
*  Saturday, July 12 from 10 a.m. to noon

EMBA events at SUNY Global Center (116 E. 55 St., Manhattan)
*  Saturday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to noon
*  Saturday, June 28 from 10 a.m. to noon
*  Saturday, July 12 from 2 to 4 p.m.

If you'd like to attend an Immediate Evaluation Day, or have questions about either program, please contact Dina Skeffrey. Binghamton University's Manhattan-based MBA programs are sponsored by the School of Management and the Alumni Association.


Congratulations to our first Executive MS cohort

The inaugural cohort of the Executive Master of Science in Health Systems – Manhattan program finished its program in April. After concluding the one-year program, the majority of the class members reported significant change in their careers and opportunities. United Hospital Fund of New York and Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science founder Jim Tallon was the keynote speaker at the recognition ceremony.

The Manhattan-based MS program — sponsored by the Watson School and the Alumni Association — is designed to provide individuals with a bachelor's degree the opportunity to gain sufficient knowledge and skills for modeling, analyzing and/or designing healthcare delivery systems and processes. For more information on this executive-format, weekend-only program, contact hornbeck@binghamton.edu or call 607-777-6511. Applications are accepted throughout the year, but applying early is encouraged.


Science applied to liberal arts – earn your PhD!

Have you ever thought about using systems science to explore and better understand music? Or to study art and the use of conceptual color in observation space? How about applying systems and mathematical concepts to studies of the humanities, social sciences, business or medicine in the interest of improving public life?

If you are looking to advance your degree through science, yet have a passion for subject matter that is not traditionally considered within the STEM domain, systems science offers an incredible opportunity for fact-based, scientific exploration and deeper understanding of the subject matter of your choice.

Classes are available in person and online. All majors are eligible; for more information about this Watson School program, contact hornbeck@binghamton.edu.






B-CONNECTED with other graduates! B-connected is a secure virtual community only for Binghamton University alumni. Update your personal profile, search for alumni, and submit and read Class Notes. 


NEW SEASON, NEW JOB? To help you move ahead in your career, the Alumni Association offers two LinkedIn groups. Make new connections in our Professional Network group and search for jobs posted by alumni in our Job Forum group (and share postings if you have them).


SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE WITH US! The Alumni Relations office is asked to recommend alumni who are expert speakers. If you are well-versed, because of your education and professional experience, in subjects including national security, politics, technology, career networking, environmental studies or etiquette, please contact Melinda Holicky, associate director for volunteer engagement. Include your name, class year, and a brief description of your experience and expertise. Supporting material could include a c.v. or link to your website.


The Alumni Association and Uncommon Goods (founded by David Bolotsky '85) offer the opportunity to purchase banks made from mailboxes salvaged from Newing Dining Hall. This can be a great keepsake of your time as a student at Binghamton. Banks also make great gifts! Purchase a bank today.



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