Vice President for Administration James Van Voorst stepped down at the end of June and a search is under way for a replacement, but the division will be restructured and will be called the Division of Operations. Read about these changes and more in this report.
Whether it's Commencement ceremonies, interdisciplinary teaching, working in labs with Bridges to the Baccalaureate students, "speed dating" for researchers or watching Binghamton University's Speech and Debate Team, stories of success abound. Read about these stories and more here in this report.
James Broschart was named as the new vice president for the Division of Advancement following a national search. He will assume his new duties July 1. Read about his background and other initiatives involving graduating seniors, Commencement, an art exhibit fundraiser and gift annuities in this report.
The University’s Innovative Technologies Complex is a buzz: The multidisciplinary teams of researchers who make up the Center of Excellence will soon move into a new facility. The $30 million, 114,000-square-foot building boasts a beautiful symposium hall and a state-of-the-art data center (pictured here). Visible from the Vestal Parkway, the new facility joins the Biotechnology Building and the Engineering and Science Building at the ITC on Murray Hill Road.
With new digs and a new director for the Steven Fleishman '91 and Judith Garzynski Fleishman '90 Center for Career and Professional Development, Binghamton University is putting career services at the forefront. Read here about the new director and other initiatives in the Division of Student Affairs, including a challenging ropes course.
Announcement of a new women's head basketball coach generated plenty of excitement for the Bearcats, but so did the men's baseball team, which won its second straight America East championship and headed for the NCAA Tournament. Add the men's tennis team accomplishments to the list, and athletics has plenty to applaud. Read about achievements on and off the fields here.