Professor of History Thomas Dublin has made his mark challenging common assumptions about U.S. history and society during the industrial revolution. Arriving at Binghamton University in 1988, he was already firmly established as an award-winning author and historian.
We are less than a month away from Homecoming, which will take place on campus Friday-Sunday, Oct. 2-4. Sign up online today for Homecoming events; the registration deadline is Sept. 25. Registering in advance reserves your spot at our activities, and entitles you to discounted tickets for the men's and women's soccer games. Also, you'll get a name badge/lanyard with your yearbook photo (if available).
Homecoming is your chance to relive your favorite Binghamton memories and make new ones. All alumni and their families are welcome. The weekend will celebrate the Classes of 1959, 1969, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1999 and 2009, as well as host gatherings for young alumni (2004-08), geology majors, philosophy majors, Telefund callers, Call Center SIAs and Rosefsky scholars. Homecoming will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dickinson Community, 30th anniversary of the Caribbean Student Association, 25th anniversary of the apartment communities, and the 20th anniversaries of Pi Lambda Phi and the African Student Organization.
Homecoming offers activities the entire family will enjoy, such as a nature preserve tour, a just-for-fun bowling event, tailgate party, parade, men's soccer game, and a dazzling fireworks display. This will be a memorable weekend that you won't want to miss! See the complete event schedule.
Send an e-postcard to a friend to invite him or her to join you at Homecoming 2009.
2010 ALUMNI DIRECTORY UPDATE: If you purchased a directory, you will receive it in February 2010. If you have not updated your information or purchased a directory yet, you will have one final opportunity to do so online. Watch your e-mail for notification from Publishing Concepts Inc.
Last Updated: 11/12/13