The last two summers have played a major role in Ezechiel Bly’s personal and professional development. A 21-year-old accounting major from the Bronx, he spent the summer of 2008 in a study-abroad program at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, where he took classes in business and culture.
On Thursday, Apr. 22, Binghamton University will host a lively, first-of-its-kind online experience. Be a part of the special event by sending one casual snapshot of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
During this fun, real-time Internet event, you will hear from and talk to some of the University’s most dynamic faculty; visit your favorite campus locales — the Events Center during a game, the dining hall during lunch, the Bartle Library, the Downtown Center and many more — through 360-degree tours that you control; reconnect to classmates in chat rooms and see what they look like today; play a few Binghamton-themed games for prizes; and vote on the best one-minute videos produced by members of the University community.
When: 8 p.m (Eastern) Thursday, Apr. 22
Where: Your computer
Ask your friends to share the experience. Everyone is invited. Watch your e-mail for additional event details. For more information, contact Rebecca Benner by e-mail or at 607-777-7322.
Last Updated: 11/12/13