Behind-the-scenes efforts by staff in the Division of Administration, working in collaboration with the rest of the campus, is what keeps Binghamton University running. As seen in this report, University Police and Physical Facilities played a key role in preparing for and hosting President Barack Obama, and Information Technology Services provides extensive, necessary technical support.
Faculty hiring and student enrollment growth remain at the top of the agenda for the Division of Academic Affairs − and both are ahead of pace to meet our goals − but there is also a great deal of activity across the University and internationally. Read about new, successful programs and international partnerships in this report.
Binghamton’s Center of Excellence will soon move into a new state-of-the-art research facility. In this quarter’s report, learn more about the Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging Center and how it’s improving electronics. You can also see examples of faculty success in fields ranging from neuroscience to public administration.
One of the biggest events of the year − moving students into their residence halls − takes a year of planning. This year was a special challenge as the Dickinson Community came online, but by all accounts, this year's move-in was a success, even throwing in the challenges presented by President Barack Obama's visit on returning student day.
Student-athletes continue to excel on and off the field, in part due to the support of people like Ed Scott, associate director of athletics for student support services. Read about how Ed Scott immerses himself in all things Binghamton, and the many accomplishments our student-athletes have made during the past three months.