Look at us now

Look at us now

"If you could succeed here, you could succeed anywhere," says Tony Kornheiser '70, talking about his fellow students at Binghamton. Many were first-generation college students who were smart and driven to make something of themselves, he says. Video.

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Harpur College of Arts and Sciences

New faculty hires and centers are part of the Harpur journey

The pages that follow showcase a selection of recent accomplishments in our dynamic and ambitious community.

A world of knowledge

Harpur College’s recent investments in Middle East studies will enable students and scholars alike to benefit from a unique blend of linguistic, cultural and political perspectives.


School of Management

Mentors enhance student success

This is an exciting time of the year as we get ready to welcome an outstanding class of freshmen and transfer students.

The Chile Connection

Say you’re visiting a foreign country and want to see the sights of the capital. What do you do? Take part in a competitive scavenger hunt. That’s how 15 executive MBA students got to know Santiago, Chile, earlier this year.


Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science

Working together for our students’ benefit

"For us, being affiliated with the Watson School is not just a job, it is a vocation, and we remain dedicated to providing what is best for our students."

Zhanpeng Jin places an electroencephalogram headset, which measures electrical signals within the brain, on doctoral student Borui Li.

Smart, Connected Health

Smart phones and wearable sensors are key to efficient, effective healthcare


College of Community and Public Affairs

Filling a Generation Gap

Youjung Lee, assistant professor of social work, introduces themed "camps" geared toward multigenerational families in Binghamton schools

George Homsy doesn’t just study sustainability; he lives a sustainable life. From his apartment in downtown Binghamton, he can easily walk to his job, gym, entertainment and good eats, leaving a smaller footprint on the planet.

Built to Last

George Homsy, Assistant Professor in CCPA, promotes sustainability in downtown Binghamton

Features

A natural fit

A natural fit

An internship changes Eric Handy's career path

The house that Jimmy built

The house that Jimmy built

Jimmy Koval has left the building

Your brain is your key

Your brain is your key

Brainprints have potential to provide the ultimate in security

Exposed

Exposed

Artist uses X-rays to examine ideas about privacy

Alumni Events

Buffalo alumni chapter launch
There are more than 1,100 Binghamton alumni in the Buffalo area, and Florina Altshiler ’02 decided it was time to start an Alumni Association Buffalo Chapter. Join her and fellow alumni from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, at Russo & Toner LLP. Light snacks, soft drinks and Flying Bison beer will be provided. Click here for details.

Queens Networking Event
Here's a chance to meet fellow alumni in Queens. The event, sponsored by the the Metro New York Chapter of the Alumni Association, will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, at Monahan & Fitzgerald in Bayside. Cost is $25 and includes open bar (beer and wine) and an assortment of appetizers. Register online by March 7.

Class Notes

Alexander Barnes, MA ‘83, has a new title among his WWI books. To Hell with the Kaiser; America Prepares for War 1916-1918 has just been released by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.
Dave Nichols ‘08, drove race cars before returning to school to finish his education and, "as my father told me, 'get a real job.'" Nichols says: "Life has treated me well and, in 2013, I had been successful enough and returned to my roots racing vintage cars. I recently won the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association Group 1 Championship for the second time." Nichols has lived in Honolulu for 26 years.

Have some news you want to share with classmates? Log in to B-Connected and submit a class note.

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MUSIC. Austin Marolla '97 is a doctor of optometry, a licensed Reiki master and a musician with two CDs. His website, giftsfromaustin.com, focuses on the interplay of health, wellness and music.
BLOG. Eric Giuliani '02 is traveling the world using public transportation, a journey that he is documenting with photography, video and introspective commentary. traveltall.com
BLOG. Stacy Barnett Mozer '95 has a blog called Sporty Girl Books, for girls who love to watch, play, read and write about sports. sportygirlbooks.blogspot.com

Recent Posts

Where are they now? Remember the students who built the tiny house? How about the opera student who was tapped for America's Got Talent? Whatever happened to them? Catch up with a few of our favorite subjects in the "Where are they now?" blog. Click here.
And now, a few words from Tony Kornheiser Tony Kornheiser '70, co-host of EPN's Pardon the Interruption, is a big fan of Binghamton University and the Bearcats. Well, maybe not the Bearcats. The athletes, yes, but .... Never mind, we'll just let him explain it. Click here for the video.
Catch the buzz! When is a "B" not just a "B"? When it's part of a plan to help make the Binghamton brand stand out. Read about the creation and use of the new "B."

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Then and Now with Tony Kornheiser ‘70
Then and Now with Tony Kornheiser ‘70

Tony Kornheiser ‘70 — #BingPride
Tony Kornheiser ‘70 — #BingPride

The new biometric: Brainprints
The new biometric: Brainprints

Attention to angry faces can predict future depression
Attention to angry faces can predict future depression

Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing
Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing

2015 Binghamton University Campus Tour
2015 Binghamton University Campus Tour