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Learn from the Best

Tania Alameda-Lawson, Assistant Professor
Josephine A. V. Allen, Professor
Lisa V. Blitz, Assistant Professor
Cassandra Bransford, Associate Professor & Director of Applied Clinical Research, Southern Tier Center on Aging
Laura Bronstein, Professor
Suk-Young Kang, Assistant Professor
Amy Edwards, Department Secretary
Carrie A. Moylan, Assistant Professor
Brian Flynn, Director of Admissions and Student Services 
Paul Gould, Visiting Assistant Professor/Coordinator, Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education
Youjung Lee, Assistant Professor 
Sophia Resciniti, Director of Field Education
Victoria Rizzo, Department Chair and Associate Professor

Learn Close to Clients and Agencies

Binghamton University’s College of Community and Public Affairs is located in the University Downtown Center, which opened in August 2007. The $29 million, four-story, 74,400-square-foot facility features state-of-the-art classrooms, an Information Commons with computer workstations, work and conference areas, office space, a coffee kiosk and a student lounge. The building includes a three-story atrium with a view of the Chenango and Susquehanna rivers and offers wireless Internet access.

The center’s location in downtown Binghamton puts faculty, staff and students close to many of the community agencies and organizations with which they regularly collaborate. This integration of University activities within the community puts students and faculty in proximity to community groups they can learn from and assist, enhancing opportunities for research and education.

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Last Updated: 3/24/14