O'Connor received honorary degree
Binghamton University recognized Sandra Day O’Connor with the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at a ceremony in New York City on Nov. 4.
Volunteers needed for Fall Commencement
Celebrate with students and their families by volunteering at the Fall 2009 Commencement at noon Sunday, Dec. 13, in the Events Center on campus.
University panel debated China's place in the world
Is China a superpower or a mega-superpower? That question was the topic of a Binghamton University panel discussion held recently at the Levin Institute in New York City.
Two initiatives highlight entrepreneurship
The first initiative, Entrepreneurship Across the Curriculum, is aimed at students and modeled after the successful Languages Across the Curriculum. The second initiative will help faculty members who are considering starting their own business.
Briloff Lecture: Lockheed-Owego president provides leadership advice
When Lockheed Martin’s presidential helicopter program was canceled, Marillyn A. Hewson received a phone call in her Owego office from Lockheed Martin CEO Robert Stevens, asking how she was doing.
Braudel Center conference examines food, energy, environmental crises
Experts from North America, South America, Spain and Sweden gathered at Binghamton University on Oct. 9-10 to examine “Food, Energy, Environment: Crisis of the Modern World-System.”