Posted by Kaitlyn Hart on May 11, 2021
Commencement 2021 is here, and due to COVID-19, it’s going to look a little different this year. Even though I’m a junior, I’m so incredibly proud of all of my senior friends for getting through this insane, virtual year, and I can’t wait to cheer them on as I watch the livestreams! Here are some of the most important things to know about Commencement this year, whether you’re attending in person or online.
Posted by Allison Khin on May 3, 2021
As the world begins to open again, a vaccination card is one of the best ways to ensure safety in all environments. I know that I can’t wait to go to concerts, sports games, and so much more, and a vaccination card allows for that to happen! Upon getting vaccinated, whether it be a single shot or the first of two shots, you will receive a vaccination card. We spoke with Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Sarah Lynch, who shared these tips for everyone in the Binghamton community who is being vaccinated.
Posted by Sunshyne Lynch on April 26, 2021
As Binghamton University recently achieved the "very high research" classification by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, it is a great time to look at some of the significant breakthroughs by Binghamton researchers that have helped the University get to this point.
Posted by Allison Khin on April 23, 2021
May 1 is just around the corner and for most high school seniors, that means they’ll have to make one of the biggest decisions of their life: where they will be continuing their education for the next four years.
I’ll be the first to admit that I did not handle the stress of College Commitment Day as well as I could have. I created endless pro/con lists and was anxiously checking how much time I had left to delay my decision.
Thinking back on my collegiate experience, I have no regrets about choosing Binghamton University. This has been the place where I have found my best friends and have gained so much, both academically and beyond. So here are the seven reasons that make me a proud Bearcat and why you should choose Binghamton University on Commitment Day.
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.