Civic Connection Fall 2015
Brian T. Rose, Vice President for Student Affairs

Welcome

Vice President for Student Affairs Brian T. Rose invites you to learn more about the Center for Civic Engagement and Binghamton University's commitment to engaging with the community in ways that contribute equally to student learning and development, and the health and vibrancy of the surrounding community.

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Vote Everywhere Ambassador Nick Doran registers fellow students to vote at the Binghamton Court House

Features

When Students Become Mentors
Youth Programs encourage personal and academic success for area kids

Heroes on Campus
Undergraduates join local emergency response team

Bridging the Digital Divide
Initiatives help the non-tech-savvy so they don't get left behind

Politics in Action
New programs promote student voting and political engagement

Associate professor of public administration Thomas Sinclair teaches a group of Chinese college students from Shenzhen University during an summer exchange program with the College for Community and Public Affairs about the importance automobiles are to American infrastructure, Monday, July 29, 2013. Pictured here students get a first-hand look of how state government plans for and manages a construction project at the Prospect Mountain site in Binghamton.

Learning

Learning to Lead
Preparing students for a lifetime of civic engagement

Out of the Classroom, Into the Community
Facilitating community-engaged learning

Last Updated: 4/27/16