Students will experience power of Metro New York alumni network
Because the Big Apple and its suburbs form the epicenter of the Binghamton University
network, the Alumni Association and campus partners are once again making a significant
investment of time and resources into programming in that region. The University will
come to New York Jan. 8-12, for Binghamton in the City, a series of events intended
to help students transition from campus to workplace, and to engage with alumni. Read more.
School of Management celebrates innovation, awards University Medals
The school gathered its strongest supporters, family and friends Nov. 2, for a special
evening in the heart of New York to celebrate its successes and champion its future.
Students, prominent alumni, and corporate and media leaders were among the more than
400 guests in attendance for the second SOM Fundraising Gala. Read more.
Alumna helps provide relief to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico
Sarah Schuyler '07 is one of the helping hands as Puerto Rico recovers from the devastating
effects of Hurricane Maria. She's director of operations for The Afya Foundation,
a nonprofit organization based in Yonkers, N.Y., that collects surplus medical supplies
and hospital equipment, and delivers them to areas where they are needed most. Read more.
Lead a project in our 2018 Alumni Global Day of Service
Would you like to play a leadership role in one of our most impactful and enjoyable
alumni programs? Want to bring other Binghamton graduates together to make a difference
in your community? If this sounds appealing to you, consider leading a volunteer project
in our fourth annual Alumni Global Day of Service. Read more.
Chapter and affinity spotlight
The Buffalo Chapter has a new leader who looks forward to forming meaningful alumni
connections in Western New York. A new network for Metro New York marketing professionals
has launched. And, University staff are hitting the road to pitch volunteer opportunities.
Wonder what's in the upcoming fall issue of Binghamton University Magazine? Look for these stories and more when it arrives soon!
- A class about the current Middle East refugee crisis had an unusual requirement. The students would spend several weeks in a refugee shelter in Greece.
- The Art of Science contest reveals the beauty in that which we cannot see with the naked eye.
- Can a cancerous skin lesion be treated with just a bandage? A Binghamton professor says "yes."
- Small-press publishers give fellow writers (and fellow alumni) a place to share their work.