The pages that follow showcase a selection of recent accomplishments in our dynamic and ambitious community.
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.
With four faculty choreographers, 25 student dancers and a live band onstage that featured students, alumni, faculty and community members, the Theatre Department’s production of “Orpheus” was not the typical spring dance show.
Harpur Edge helps students prepare for graduate school and careers while providing them with the resources to enrich their college experience.
Graduate students are flourishing in a variety of research interests, from administering studies on campus, conducting research abroad, working with faculty and serving as mentors to undergraduates. Graduate students are preparing to make a difference in the world.
Harpur Fellows do more than design a project that serves the community: They change the lives of people of all ages.
Harpur faculty Preus and Sticca mark 50 years of teaching at Binghamton University.
A husband-and-wife team direct an archaeological project field school for Binghamton University's summer program in France.
It has been said that the bonds formed in college can last a lifetime. Many pairs of friends make memories long after their undergraduate days are done. Others make an album.
How much a child’s pupil dilates in response to seeing an emotional image can predict his or her risk of depression over the next two years.
Success requires graduates to “be bold” and to “dare to be imperfect,” Harpur College Alumni Award recipients told the Class of 2015 during Commencement ceremonies May 15.
Research into lethal wounds found on a human skull may indicate one of the first cases of murder in human history — some 430,000 years ago — and offers evidence of the earliest funerary practices in the archaeological record.
In the last 70 years, oil has made the Middle East one of the most prosperous regions in the world. Development didn’t happen on its own though, and Jon Mermelstein spent the summer researching the agents of change based in the United States.
On the surface, the 2015 Summer Scholars and Artists Program provides funding for the research and development of original projects by 20 under- graduate students, 18 of whom hail from Harpur College. Mentored by a Bing- hamton University faculty member, students are awarded $3,000 to complete their work, with an additional stipend of $1,000 to the mentor.
2014–15 marked the fourth year that Harpur College students contributed to Harpur Perspective.
Three honorary degrees were conferred at Binghamton University's doctoral recognition ceremony
Dean McCall, Alumni, and Student Speakers address class of 2014
ABC show 'NY Med' features alum
Virginia doctor is a success in and out of the operating room
Tom McDonough accepts visiting associate professorship at Harvard University this fall
Professor Anne Bailey studies the idea of "home"
Harpur Fellows use summer to make a difference
Students grow during a semester writing for Harpur Perspective
Summer Scholars reflect on their independent projects
Marilynn Desmond is using Rome Prize to conduct research at the Vatican
15th-Century books 'bring an energy and vitality to the classroom'
Harpur Alumni Return to Serve as Faculty Members
Initiative helps, new junior and tenured Harpur College faculty thrive
Program helps students create a road map for success
Dean Anne E. McCall addresses student, faculty and alumni