Posted by Junior Rachel Fisher on March 30, 2016
Binghamton alumni do amazing things — and we love to tell their stories. But, as time goes by, we often wonder, "What happened to some of the people we have featured in our magazines, on websites and social media posts?" We went back and talked to a few of them so we could answer that one big question: “Where are they now?”
Posted by Recent Graduate Bridget Kunz '15 on March 23, 2016
Binghamton University's School of Management (SOM) is one of the most competitive professional schools to gain admission, and for good reason. Bloomberg Businessweek ranked SOM 23rd among public undergraduate business schools and 54th nationwide in 2014. Adam Pitkin is a busy student who takes advantages of the many opportunities SOM has to offer. Take a look at what life is like for this go-getting student.
Posted by Junior Rachel Fisher on March 21, 2016
U.S. News & World Report has included several of Binghamton's graduate programs among its 2017 list of "Best Graduate Schools." This isn't the first time our stellar graduate programs have been recognized, as U.S. News & World Report has already added some of our programs to their previous rankings. From engineering to nursing, let's find out why our programs are top-notch!
Posted by Sophomore and Intern at Binghamton's Media and PR Office Patricia Nieberg on March 16, 2016
Did you know that Binghamton is one of the premier public universities in the Northeast? Of course you did. Did you also know we won SUNY's Mascot Madness contest twice? Or that our campus is located on 930 acres of upstate New York, with rivers, woods and mountains? Or that our grads get into medical school at rates 13 percent above the national average? That's right, we've got spirit, beauty, AND brains.
Posted by Sophomore and Intern at Binghamton's Media and PR Office Patricia Nieberg on March 11, 2016
She’s young, but mature. Busy, but organized. Worldly, but down-to-earth.
The fresh and exciting life of Gabriela Avila is far from static. Every day is something new for her; every adventure is different from the last. Between reminiscing about her study abroad experience in Hong Kong, to teaching Spanish to electricians, to planning her internship in Argentina, she is not only a combination of other countries, but a transnational student who learns and grows with each experience. Feel inspired, and maybe even a little intimidated, as you learn more about Gabriela and where she’s going next.