FRIDAY-SUNDAY SEPT. 20-22, 2019
PHOTOS AND VIDEOS
If you haven't been here for Homecoming and want to see how much fun it can be - or if you attended a previous Homecoming weekend and want to re-live the good times you had - check out our photo and video collection.
On Oct. 7, 2017 two alumni and a current student discussed why virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are important now and will be more so in the coming 10 years. The session "Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: The Future Is Now!" was held on the Binghamton University campus during Homecoming 2017. VR takes you almost anywhere you want without leaving wherever you are. Fly through space, take video gaming to the next level, or golf the world's finest courses. AR adds to what you see and gives you a taste of being a bionic superhero. Imagine a cancer-fighting doctor aided by enhanced medical imaging, or a soldier on the battlefield armed with data on potential dangers. See the full session in the media player below. Links underneath the player will take you to breakout videos of each panelist.
Mario Palumbo '87
Director of Technology for Wearable Devices, Intel's New Devices Group
Hiren Bhinde, MS '05
Director of Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies
Matthew Gill '18
Co-founder, Enhance VR
The TIER Talks® presented by M&T Bank discussion: “Our Political System on life support: A discussion on critical intervention as well as long-term care” took place at Homecoming 2016. Alumni and friends enjoyed a lively talk about the polarization of the American voters as well as the news media they consume, and how the lack of civic education has made it difficult for Americans to participate effectively in the political process. See the full session in the media player above. Links below take you to breakout videos of each panelist.
Jean W. Harris ’82, MA ’86, PhD ’88
Professor, Political Science and Women's Studies
University of Scranton
Coordinator, Ready to Run Northeast Pennsylvania
Matthew R. Kerbel ’80
Professor and Chair of Political Science
David A. Schultz ’80, MA ’86
Professor of Political Science
The TIER Talks® presented by M&T Bank discussion: "Making Waves: Mind-Blowing Breakthroughs in Neuroscience" took place during Homecoming 2015. More than 350 alumni and friends enjoyed a lively discussion in Watters Theater about pathways inside the brain, with implications for addictions, depression, neuropsychological disorders and cybersecurity. See the full session in the media player. See the full TIER Talks discussion above; links below are for breakout videos of each panelist.
Steve Treistman '67
Professor of Neurobiology
University of Puerto Rico
Professor of Psychology
Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Linguistics
"Rethinking Success: Thriving in the Modern World" was the subject of the inaugural TIER Talks®, held on campus during Homecoming 2014. Fred Luskin '76, director of the Stanford Forgiveness Project, joined three Binghamton faculty members in discussing what people should value in life and how they should define success. See the full session in the above media player. See the full TIER Talks discussion above; links to breakout videos of each panelist are below.
Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Binghamton University School of Management
Fellow, Center for Leadership Studies
Matthew D. Johnson
Professor of Psychology, Binghamton University
Director, Marriage and Family Studies Laboratory
Frederic Luskin '76
Director, Stanford Forgiveness Project
Author of Forgive for Good, published by Harper Collins
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Binghamton University
Video from Homecoming 2012:
Harpur Quad Grand Opening
Videos from Homecoming 2010:
Amy Hyatt '78 discuss the role of U.S. embassies overseas.