Conference inspires, empowers alumni leaders
More than 200 of Binghamton University's most closely engaged alumni returned to campus for an experience that was meant to deepen their relationships with their alma mater. The Alumni Association sponsored its first Alumni Leaders Conference on April 26 and 27. Through a thought-provoking set of programs, the Alumni Association wanted to inform graduates about the Binghamton University of today, its future opportunities and challenges, and how alumni can be drivers of the University's success. Read more.
Alumni Association Special Recognition Awards presented
The Alumni Leaders Conference culminated with the presentation of the Alumni Association awards, celebrating contributions our graduates make to their professions, communities and the University. Read more.
Building stronger Binghamton alumni communities
If I can do it, you can do it. That was the spirit behind "Success Stories: Alumni Programs that Engage, Motivate and Inspire," during which longtime volunteers shared why they've remained involved with their alma mater. Read more.
Alumni share social media best practices
During the Alumni Leaders Conference, alumni panelists - all of whom are communications professionals - shared their advice and insights on social media. Read more.
Current Crosbys and alumni celebrate 30th anniversary
More than 70 alumni came back to campus in late April for activities including a brunch, road trip to Ithaca and a performance on stage alongside the current members of the Binghamton Crosbys. Read more.
'Tonics alumni return for 25th anniversary celebration
The weekend of April 20 was one of great celebration as the Binghamtonics - Binghamton's oldest co-ed a cappella group - brought its alumni, friends and family together to commemorate its 25th anniversary. Read more.
Road Map implementation launch
Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger opened the Road Map Implementation Launch to a crowd of about 350 in April. Read more.
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