A look inside the Watson School

At the Watson School, we aim to open students' eyes to possibilities, fostering an environment of creative thinking and ingenuity, while remaining rooted in the skills our graduates need. We witness every day the passion and creativity of Watson School faculty, students and alumni. These slideshows offer a snapshot of what's happening through the innovative spirit of the Watson School.

2010 Freshman Arduino Exposition

Eighty-two teams demonstrated interactive objects built using Arduino, an open-source prototyping platform at the Freshman Arduino Exposition in October. Teams chose from eight projects including turn signal clothing, self lacing shoes, secret-knock door lock, a computer mouse glove and a fortune teller game.
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Engineering and Science Building Construction

Slated to open in 2011, the addition of this $66 million Engineering and Science building is essential following a period of unprecedented growth for the Watson School.
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On Sunday, May 16, 2010, a new batch of Watson School students graduated, including student marshal Christine Horgan and Binghamton University's 100,000 graduate, Brian May.
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Senior Design

Engineering students taste the freedom they crave in Senior Design -- a two semester course in which they apply their technical knowledge to actual engineering problems.
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This year's Baja team gets ready for the Baja SAE competition.
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The fourth annual I’m a Complex Kid! (ICK!) Bioengineering Fair was held at the Binghamton University Downtown Center on March 20, 2010.
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Last Updated: 11/26/13