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Quarterly Newsletter | Spring 2014
Dear alumni and friends,

Welcome to Harpur College's fall newsletter. You'll learn about some of the faculty and students who are shaping our intellectual community today. You will also see a few examples of ways in which our campus serves as a space for encounters that change lives. Harpur College provides an environment where students take coursework and benefit from experiential learning, consider technology in connection with the liberal arts, and benefit from alumni expertise. I hope you will enjoy this update and come back to visit us soon.

Anne E. McCall, Dean of Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
  Harpur College Dean Anne E. McCall
Harpur Edge         Harpur students help lead TEDx conference
A new Harpur College program is providing students with the resources necessary to enrich their academic experience and prepare them for careers and lifelong learning.
Harpur Edge promotes college programs such as Liberal Arts to Careers Externship (LACE), Harpur Fellows, physician mentorship and pre-law internships while linking students to campus-wide programs, other students and alumni. |
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  More news

Smart Energy Facility
Scheduled to Open in 2017.

Music Students and Faculty
work with acclaimed vocalist

Physicist Levy receives

Student News

From Brooklyn to Thailand,
2014 Harpur Fellows

Harpur College gave 5 students the opportunity to pursue a self-designed project. | Read more

More student news:

Student interns help tell
Harpur's stories.
2014 Harpur Summer Scholars.
    Faculty News

Professor earns Fulbright
Associate professor of history and Africana studies, received a Fulbright Research Grant to travel to Jamaica. | Read more

More faculty news:

Faculty author reception
Back to Campus for Harpur alums
    Alumni News

Mixing surgery with

Virginia doctor is a success in and outside of the operating room. | Read more

More alumni news:

The Rx for reality TV.
Harpur alumni receive honorary degrees.
Culture of Accomplishment  
Celebrating faculty accomplishments
The Culture of Accomplishment program is a faculty development initiative in Harpur College of Arts and Sciences at Binghamton University. The core goal is to pool together a series of faculty support mechanisms and college resources that are geared toward faculty integration, recognition and career progression. The program is aimed at faculty across all academic ranks: Newly Hired Tenure Track, Newly Tenured Associates, Advanced Associates and Full Professors. |
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