Posted by John Brhel on April 6, 2021
Everyone in Broome County over the age of 16 is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. We realize many in the University community have questions about the vaccine, so we’ve put together this blog to highlight where to get vaccinated, how to sign up, what to expect after you get your shot and more.
Posted by Jacob Wilkins on March 30, 2021
Every year, U.S. News & World Report ranks graduate programs throughout the country. In this year’s rankings, Binghamton University saw year-to-year rises in some nationally-acclaimed programs, including English, nursing, business and public affairs. Twelve programs ranked in the top 100, with nine of those in the top 75! What makes Binghamton’s programs stand out? Take a look and see.
Posted by Kaitlyn Hart on March 15, 2021
With the weather outside warming up, you might want to spend your Rejuvenation Day getting some fresh air and getting your body in motion. Campus Recreation has a ton of outdoor and indoor wellness activities planned for the day! Sign up ASAP on B-Engaged if you’re interested, as spots tend to go pretty quickly!
Posted by Allison Khin on March 12, 2021
From professors to facilities workers to contact tracers, there are so many people in the Binghamton community who have become "Pandemic Samaritans." In honor of National Good Samaritan Day, we wanted to know who in the Binghamton community has helped make their day a little brighter during these challenging times. Here are just some of the nominees who have become "Pandemic Samaritans” to members of our community.
Posted by John Brhel on March 11, 2021
On March 19, 2020, classes at Binghamton University went online. COVID-19 had just hit New York and the University quickly ended all in-person classes for the remainder of the semester. It’s an understatement to say that a lot changed over the next year. The pandemic affected how we held classes, how students lived, how our faculty and staff did their jobs, and so much more. But we adapted and proved how resilient an institution we are -- from students who helped to work on the frontlines, to faculty who developed technology to fight the virus itself, to staff pulling together donations for the local community.
With the one-year anniversary of COVID-19’s impact on campus, we thought we’d take a look back at how life has changed at Binghamton, and how we stepped up to the challenge.