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Meet Jessica Hua

Meet Jessica Hua, biological sciences

When seeking a place to teach, Jessica Hua looked for the freedom to conduct research that interested her. She found that at Binghamton University. More >

Meet Surya Parekh

For assistant professor, classroom is a collective

Meet Surya Parekh, English: For assistant professor, the classroom is a collective More >

Meet Bryan Kirschen

Meet Bryan Kirschen, romance languages

Returning to Binghamton University as a professor rather than a student was a smooth transition for Bryan Kirschen '07, MA '08More >

Meet Alex Nikulin

Meet Alex Nikulin, geological sciences

As a Binghamton University undergraduate, Alex Nikulin '05 knew what he wanted to major in—until he took a class in geology. More >

Maestro brings love of opera, teaching to Binghamton

Maestro brings love of opera, teaching to Binghamton

As the conductor waves his arm, the orchestra begins to play on the downbeat, carrying the audience through the enchanting world of characters in the opera. More >

Meet Sabina Perrino, anthropology

Meet Sabina Perrino, anthropology

Sabina Perrino is reluctant to say exactly how many languages she’s fluent in — that’s just how many languages she speaks. More >

Meet David Bisaha, theatre

Meet David Bisaha, theatre

New Harpur College faculty member David Bisaha is a director and set designer specializing in the history of set design and cognitive sciences. More >

Meet Gerrad Sean McGrady, chemistry

Meet Gerard Sean McGrady, chemistry

Gerard Sean McGrady is the first full professor brought into Binghamton University under its Smart Energy Initiative, one of the four transdisciplinary areas of excellence. More >

Sticca and Preus

Preus and Sticca at 50 years

A half century of teaching. More >

Study Abroad

Faculty members leading study abroad

Kathleen Sterling and Sébastien Lacombe, a husband-and-wife team, direct an archaeological project and field school for Binghamton University's summer program in France. More >


Reception honors faculty authors, scholars

Faculty authors and scholars were honored at a reception in March as part of the Harpur College Culture of Accomplishment. More >

 Robyn Cope

Meet Robyn Cope, romance languages and literatures

They say you are what you eat. For Robyn Cope, the 2006 movie The Namesake put the relationship between people and food in a whole new perspective. More >

Elizabeth Robinson

Meet Elizabeth Robinson, classical and near eastern studies

Elizabeth Robinson's hometown of Elmira is only an hour car ride away from Binghamton University, but her journey to campus spanned several states, continents and a few thousand miles. More >

Yi Wang

Meet Yi Wang, history

A nation's borders and territories can often be the trigger points for war and destruction. But for Yi Wang, borderlands can be locations of peace. More >

Jeffrey Kirkwood

Meet Jeffrey Kirkwood, art history

From body cameras to Facebook, we live in a world shaped by technology. While these machines and social networks are ubiquitous, little thought is given to their actual functions and influences. More >

Marvin Diaz

Meet Marvin Diaz, psychology

New faculty member examines fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. More >

Alexandra Cuesta

Meet Alexandra Cuesta, cinema

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Charles Sebuharara

Meet Charles Sebuharara, economics

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Robert Parkinson

Meet Robert Parkinson, history

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Laura Musselman

Meet Laura Musselman, biological sciences

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Culture of Accomplishment

A new 'Culture of Accomplishment'

Initiative helps new, junior and tenured Harpur College faculty thrive. More >

Back On Campus

Back to Campus

Harpur College alums return to serve as faculty members this fall. More >

Marilynn Desmond

CEMERS director earns Rome Prize

Harpur College scholar Marilynn Desmond is conducting research at the Vatican library with support from a coveted Rome Prize. More >

Anne Bailey

Professor earns Fulbright to study in Jamaica

There's no place like home — but this means something different for Anne Bailey than it did for Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz." More >

Tom McDonough

Art history professor spending fall at Harvard

For Tom McDonough, receiving a visiting associate professorship at Harvard University for the fall is more than a personal accomplishment. More >

Thomas Kulp

Researcher explores extreme environments

In photographs, California's Mono Lake looks breathtakingly beautiful, with limestone formations rising from the bright blue water... More >

John Havard

Meet John Havard, English

John Havard, an assistant professor of English, is interested in how authors conceive and interact with politics and political divides.
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James Sobel

Meet James Sobel, biological sciences

After a nationwide search, James Sobel has found the perfect environment that is equally conducive to both research and teaching. More >

Natalija Mijatovic

Meet Natalija Mijatovic, art

She turns blank canvases into oil paintings, students into artists, and now, Natalija Mijatovic looks forward to turning Harpur College's Art Department into a renowned program. More >

Samuel Nyamuame

Meet Samuel Nyamuame, music and theatre

Devoting his life to music was the easy part for visiting assistant professor Samuel Elikem Kwame Nyamuame. More >

Alexi Zentner

Meet Alexi Zentner, English

Although 2013 is associate English professor and published author Alexi Zentner's first year teaching at Binghamton University, he is ready to share his passion for writing. More >

Claudia Marques

Meet Claudia Marques, biological sciences

While Claudia Marques wanted a career that would allow her to improve the lives of people and animals, she says she did not want to see them suffering. More >

John Cheng

Meet John Cheng, Asian and Asian American studies

John Cheng believes that science fiction, fanboy culture and Kevin Bacon can help us better understand social network theory. More >

Associate Professor Anne Bailey

Africana studies professor speaks at UN

Anne Bailey, associate professor of history and Africana studies, spoke at a United Nations event that commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. More >

Associate Professor Peter Knuepfer

Professor's next assignment: Leading University Faculty Senate

Peter Knuepfer, associate professor of geological sciences and director of the Environmental Studies Program, has been elected to a two-year term as president of the University Faculty Senate. More >

Associate Professor Heather Dehaan

NEH grant helps history professor study in Russia

With funding from a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant, Heather DeHaan spent two months in Moscow conducting preliminary research for her upcoming book. More >

Associate Professor Nancy Um

Art history professor to conduct research at Getty Institute

Nancy Um will spend the 2013–14 academic year researching 18th-century merchant societies to ultimately understand how these peoples paved the way for modernday globalization. More >

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Last Updated: 11/14/16