The Division of Academic Affairs works across divisions every day, whether through connections through research, fundraising initiatives, the design of academic buildings or improving the student experience. This quarterly report is full of examples of how academic affairs touches everyone in the Binghamton University community. Read about these examples in this issue.
Binghamton researchers started off 2016 with a flurry of activity. Engineer Paul Chiarot won a grant from the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious program for early-career faculty. Anthropologist D. Andrew Merriwether was part of an international team that published a fascinating study in the journal Science. Now it’s time to gear up for Binghamton Research Days, which will be held April 12-15.
The Division of Student Affairs continuously seeks ways to improve the student experience at Binghamton, whether through support for academics, career-boosting initiatives or efforts to imporve students' physical and mental health. Read about some of the many ways the division is enriching the quality of life for students in this issue.
When Olympian Amy Van Dyken Rouen spoke to the largest crowd ever to attend the annual Celebrating Women's Athletics Luncheon in February, she was inspiring. Read about her, and about the many recent accomplishments that our student-athletes have made, both in the classroom and on the fields and courts, in this issue.