Since founded in 2000, the Binghamton University Scholars Program has broadened the scholastic experience of the exemplary students who work in a myriad of disciplines across the five colleges and schools with undergraduate programs within Binghamton University. We believe that there is great benefit to Binghamton University Scholars Program alumni, to be able to draw on this rich and diverse resource by connecting with current Scholars and each other. Our aim in establishing this online community is to create a forum for professional networking, connecting with alumni and students who share similar and/or related intellectual interests, and to allow for alumni to reconnect with former classmates. Additional benefits include establishing contacts for the job market and posting job and internship announcements. Furthermore, this forum will enable the Scholars Program to inform you about events such as guest speakers, lectures, student conferences, reunions, etc.
We are developing this community through our very own Linked-In group. Please note that you will need to be part of the Binghamton University Alumni Association Professional Network group in order to join the Scholars Program sub-group. In addition, we also have opportunities to stay connected on our Facebook page. Note that even if you are not a member of Facebook, you will still be able to view this page with ease and be apprised of our activities throughout each semester without having to go through any additional registration procedures.
We are excited about this project and look forward to you helping us build this community. If you would like to participate in the Binghamton University Scholars Community, visit our Linked-In group or our Facebook page. We sincerely hope that it will benefit your professional and scholarly endeavors.
Recent Graduates: Where are they now?
Samples of other places our Scholars are off to:
Ernst & Young
Albany Medical College
Cornell University College of Medicine
Upstate Medical College
University of Florida College of Medicine
Boston College Law
Boston University Law
George Washington University Law
Profiles of Recent Graduates