Alumni Connect – february 2019
15 Binghamton couples that give us all the feels
In our third annual Valentine's Day blog, we feature alumni who were seeing hearts in Pantone 342 when they met on campus! These 15 alumni stories will give you all the feels, so grab the tissues and be inspired by these grateful grads.
Faculty expert debunks relationship myths
A lot of what people believe about relationships isn't really backed up by science. Matt Johnson, professor of psychology at Binghamton University and author of Great Myths of Intimate Relationships: Dating, Sex, and Marriage, breaks down some of the biggest myths about intimate relationships in this video.
Get inspired at Binghamton Women's Workshop
We're inviting alumnae, students, parents and friends of Binghamton University to register for our Binghamton Women's Workshop, a thought-provoking and engaging afternoon of collaboration and networking in New York City.
Alumnus and Fulbright fellow bridges cultural divides
Keith Thompson, MSEd '06, sees political polarization in his classroom every day. Many of his students are unaware and uninterested in ideologies, or they strongly believe something but can't relate to those who disagree. To inspire students to be more open-minded, Thompson knew he'd have to look outside the walls of Ithaca High School, where he teaches psychology and U.S. history and government.
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