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Posted by Shavonna Q. Hinton on March 17, 2015
They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, it takes the support of thousands to run a campus. Thanks to the continued dedication of alumni, students, faculty, staff, community members and friends of the University, Binghamton can continue to flourish. Tag Day is a campus-wide event held each year to celebrate those donors and their contributions. Here are just some of the things that wouldn't exist at Binghamton without donor support.
Six brand new study rooms just opened in the Science Library thanks to donors to the Binghamton Fund for the University Libraries. Because sometimes you need to get away from your noisy roommates and hit the books.
MS Paint just doesn't cut it. Stocked with 20 Apple iMac computers and updated design software, students at the Graphic Design Lab can design away thanks to donors of the Binghamton Fund for Harpur College.
The field of nursing is changing rapidly every day. Nursing students can study with state-of-the-art technologies thanks to a generous gift from the Roger L. Kresge Foundation in memory of Roger L. and Mary F. Kresge.
Who says learning stops at college? Various alumni, campus and community members help to support the Lyceum, a lifetime-learning association for adult learners over 50 years of age.
The future is now, folks. Watson Engineering students can use the latest engineering technologies thanks to Gary Kunis ’73. Albert “Skip” Rizzo, PhD ‘91, pictured here, discusses some of the recent advances in the world of virtual reality-based exposure therapy to a group of Watson professors and students.
No, that's not a jungle gym. "The Object," designed and built by alumnus Don Walford ’67, receives ongoing support from alumni, student, parent, faculty/staff and community donors.
Gifts to the Binghamton Fund for Campus Enhancement also go towards beautifying the campus. Stop and admire the scenery sometime.
Business can't wait. Located in the School of Management, this trading space is made possible by generous support from Mark A. Zurack '78, LHD '03, and Kathy Ferguson.
Giving is good! The incubator helps bridge the classroom and the community by engaging students with philanthropic and non-profit organizations. A collective effort of support comes from The Learning by Giving Foundation, students and alumni.
No need to tie your bike to a tree here. You can park your two-wheeler close to class thanks to donors to the Binghamton Fund for Campus Enhancement.
Binghamton student-athletes are excellent on and off the court. Thanks to the Binghamton Fund for Athletics, Division 1 student-athletes can get the academic and professional development support they need.
Just one of the many theaters and concert halls in the Anderson Center, this one is supported by a generous gift from Ray and Wanda Osterhout. Don't they deserve a round of applause?
Because bare walls just aren't that inspiring. Gifts to the University Art Museum are made possible by various alumni, students, faculty/staff and community members.
Judith Garczynski Fleishman ’90 and Steven I. Fleishman ’91 took their passion for professional development and brought the Fleishman Center to life. Thank them later for landing that cushy new job.
Art is made to be studied. Thanks to various donors, students can study or observe prints, photographs or art pieces in this space.
Waiting for a bus in the snow just isn't that fun. You can avoid the harsh Binghamton winters and wait for your ride inside, all thanks to student donors.
Ahh, tranquility. The Memorial Courtyard was designed to provide visitors with a peaceful place to remember, honor and celebrate the alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of Binghamton University.
People-watching is fun. Thanks to donors and past graduating classes, you can always find a bench around campus to do just that. Or play with your phone.
Caffeine much? Various donors help keep the John Arthur Café up and running, and serving you fresh coffee all day long.
You can snap photos with everyone's favorite mascot thanks to donors to Athletics. Check out those fangs!
There's always something new and interesting going on at Binghamton University, and this blog is our way of sharing in that excitement with you. Stay up to date on the latest happenings, learn something new, have a laugh (or two), and join us as we celebrate this energetic and outstanding community! This is your story, Binghamton.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Binghamton University’s Mascot Lineup Throughout the Years
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Binghamton Students Share Their Restaurant Week Favorites
Thursday, March 16, 2017
7 Things We Learned From Superstorm Stella
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Introducing the 9 A Cappella Groups of Binghamton University
Thursday, March 9, 2017
19 Binghamton University Lives Changed Because of Donor Support
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
5 Binghamton University Entrepreneurs You Need to Know
Monday, February 20, 2017
Undergraduate Admissions and the Fleishman Center team up!
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