One more hit for baseball

One more hit for baseball

The World Series may be over, but baseball is never over in Cuba. Check out the vibrant photos by National Geographic photographer Ira Block from now until Dec. 17. Read more.

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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

From the Dean - Diversity is our greatest strength

In the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science, we are lucky to have so many people connected by the common bonds of education and research.

Emeritus professor gives $50K to Watson School

Now a professor emeritus in the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department (SSIE), Howard Pattee has continued to push new ideas to the next level with a gift of $50,000 to the Watson School. The money will help purchase new equipment to teach the next generation of engineers.


College of Community and Public Affairs

The story, so far

In honor of the College of Community and Public Affairs’ (CCPA) 10-year anniversary, members of the CCPA family reflect on its beginnings and look toward the future.

Re-examining Freedom

Alana Gunn, assistant professor of social work, partners with community agencies that support formerly incarcerated individuals.


Decker School of Nursing

Mario Ortiz named new dean of Decker School

Mario R. Ortiz, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC, FNP-C, has been appointed dean of the Decker School of Nursing. Binghamton University will welcome Ortiz in July.

New dean, new location, same commitment

Interim Dean Pam Stewart Fahs talks change and alumni commitment at Binghamton University's Decker School of Nursing.

Features

The gene team

The gene team

Pair bring complementary skills to new school

Keep the scissors handy

Keep the scissors handy

Women's basketball has made strong rebound

A demand to be heard

A demand to be heard

Sounds can reinforce racism

(Still) running to awareness

(Still) running to awareness

Running to Awareness class hasn't slowed down

Alumni Events

Carolina Hurricanes game
Watch the NHL Carolina Hurricanes take on the New York Islanders at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, in Raleigh. Tickets are $16. Join alumni for a pregame dinner at the Backyard Bistro ("Dutch treat"). Register here by Dec. 14.

Alumni, Appetizers and Art 2017
Explore the downtown Binghamton art scene at the fourth annual Alumni, Appetizers and Art reception prior to the First Friday Art Walk on Jan 6. Warm up with appetizers and beverages from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Remlik's Grille & Oyster Bar. Then head out from 6:30 to 9 p.m. for a self-guided tour of the art galleries around town. Cost is $10. Register here by Jan. 4.

Class Notes

Ed Silverman ‘79, was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in explanatory journalism, along with several former colleagues a The Wall Street Journal, for a series of stories about prescription drug pricing published in 2015.
Jeffrey Yip ‘01,, with his traditional Chinese lion dance group, participated in filming for a Netflix/Marvel series in Manhattan's Chinatown. He has worked at New York University Langone Medical Center for more than six years.

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ART. Jessica Fridrich, PhD '95, specializes in hiking into remote canyons and deserts to take photographs.
EDUCATION. Jenna Wolfe '96 shares her fitness philosophies at jennawolfe.com.
EDUCATION. Scott Mautz '91 is an author and inspirational speaker who leads Procter & Gamble's marketing division.

Recent Posts

Homecoming was huge! The weather was perfect, the events were thought-provoking, the activities were fun AND the men's soccer team won! Catch up on Homecoming 2016 here.
State of the University President Harvey Stenger addresses students, staff, faculty and local politicians and business leaders during his annual State of the University speech. Read the story in Inside.
First Folio fever In The Millionaire and the Bard, Andrea Mays '82 traces Henry Folger's obsession with First Folios — the bound books that saved a lot of Shakespeare's work. Folger went on to found the Folger Shakespeare Library. Click here to read more.

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U-Diversity

Happy Birthday, President Stenger
Happy Birthday, President Stenger

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Healthy campus promotes healthy lives

Food Recovery Network helps community
Food Recovery Network helps community

Commencement 2016
Commencement 2016

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Things I Learned in College