Notable alumni to be honored at Homecoming
BINGHAMTON, NY -- The Binghamton University Alumni Association will present its annual special recognition awards at a ceremony to be held at 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, in the West Gym.
Judith Bernstein-Baker, a 1966 graduate, will receive the Edward Weisband Distinguished Alumna Award for Public Service or Contribution to Public Affairs. She is executive director of Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia.
Anthony S. Kendall, a two-time Binghamton graduate, will receive the Glenn G. Bartle Distinguished Alumnus Award. Kendall is chief executive officer at Mitchell & Titus LLP in New York, a member firm of Ernst & Young Global Limited. He is immediate past president of the Alumni Association.
Stephanie Skiba, a Class of 2007 graduate, will be the first-ever recipient of the Lois B. DeFleur Distinguished Young Alumna Award. She is a third-grade teacher in the Bronx, where she leads a program that empowers students and faculty to give back to the community.
Sean Hembrick, a 2009 graduate, will receive the Alumni Admissions Volunteer Recognition Award. He has assisted the University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions with recruiting students in the New York City area.
Marilyn Gaddis Rose will receive the Distinguished Service Award. Gaddis Rose is Distinguished Service Professor in Comparative Literature at Binghamton University, and has been a member of the Harpur College of Arts and Science’s faculty since 1968.
For more information about the Alumni Association’s awards program, see the "About Us" section of binghamton.edu/alumni
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