Posted by Laura Guerrero on October 10, 2019
As you may have heard, our very own Stanley Whittingham received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. What you may not know is that he’s published over 200 academic articles, or that he helped found our Materials Science and Engineering Program. Here’s a list of things you probably didn't know about the distinguished professor of chemistry and materials science.
Posted by Lance Kim on October 8, 2019
Our friendly admissions counselors are traveling all around the country to meet with future Bearcats, and they have some awesome insider tips for the college application process.
With Binghamton's Early Action deadline just around the corner (Nov. 1!) it's the perfect time to hear some application tips.
Check out these short (but sweet) videos taken by our admissions team on the road!
Posted by John Brhel on October 3, 2019
This summer, Binghamton University staff member Kevin Boettcher took a special trip to sunny California to be a contestant on Jeopardy! As of this blog's publication, he's sitting at a cool $49,401 in earnings and still going strong. We chatted with Kevin about how he got on the show, his strategy for winning, and his newfound celebrity status.
Posted by Laura Guerrero on October 1, 2019
Whether your family is visiting or you’re spending the weekend with friends, Family Weekend is a great way to experience Binghamton. From listening to your favorite a cappella groups to sitting in front of a bonfire, there are many fun things to do throughout the weekend. Family Weekend is taking place October 11-13! Didn’t register yet? No problem! On-site registration will be available at the Family Weekend Welcome Center.
Posted by Conrad Taylor on September 24, 2019
The deadline to register to vote in New York State is very close, so make sure to register right after reading this blog. Voting is easy, simple and important, especially as a young person. The decisions and choices that are made by elected officials today will shape the communities of tomorrow. And the communities of tomorrow belong to us.
Here are seven things you need to know to vote as a Binghamton student: