Alumni Connect – May 2020
Alumnus feeds the front lines in NYC
As an attorney, Frank Vellucci '94 can't help the COVID-19 crisis by seeing patients in a hospital. As a restaurateur, he gives comfort to those on the medical frontlines.
Binghamton grad on crusade to save restaurants
Dan Polhamus ’00, owner of Food & Fire BBQ-Taphouse, has been promoting what he calls #takeouttuesday on his social media, showing that he patronizes different restaurants each week.
Dual master's alumna helps people with disabilities through pandemic
Nicole Blagg, MSW '17, MPA '17, has worked in human services for most of her life. There has never been a more important time for her work than now.
Alumni collaborate to make masks for essential workers
Face Masks for Broome County, a Facebook-based group, formed in response to the face mask shortage among medical professionals. While most of the members sew, some donate funds and materials.
Alumni share career insights with students
Because of the sudden and increased difficulty students are facing in their job and internship searches, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development and the Binghamton University Alumni Association offered a virtual career panel.
New career platform for alumni
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