Posted by on May 31, 2019
In our "Life After Bing" series, we bring you quick interviews with alumni who are leaders in their fields, trail-blazers. Find out how these alums got to be where they are now, and how Binghamton shaped their lives.
Meet alumnus Dr. David Kashan '08, who took some time to give students interested in medicine a realistic look at life as a surgeon. After shadowing his father and gaining little glimpses into the medical field at just eight years old, David realized this was something he wanted to do. Then he spent time as an EMT in his hometown which solidified his desire to continue on in medicine. Now he's a general surgeon and is completing a fellowship in plastic and reconstructive Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. He was recently involved in the care of a groundbreaking face transplant, which was covered for nearly a year in National Geographic. Read the blog, then check out the inspiring story!
Posted by Conrad Taylor on May 28, 2019
Many Binghamton students stay in the area for the summer for classes, jobs, internships, research and more. Summers here are beautiful, and many students take the time to get to know Greater Binghamton in a whole new way -- whether it's hitting the beach or attending a ballgame. Here are some of my favorite things to do!
Posted by Sophia Cohen on April 26, 2019
Finals are the only thing standing between you and summer vacation. Luckily, there are a ton of great study spots both on and off campus to keep you focused so you can get your work done and get through finals season.
Posted by Sophia Cohen on April 24, 2019
Everyone’s favorite day of the year is finally here! Spring Fling is back, so get ready for a day filled with food, fun, friends and festivities before it’s officially finals season. Here’s a little sneak peak of some of the things to look forward to and get you hyped up about Binghamton’s biggest event!
Posted by Cali Scahill on April 22, 2019
Every year, U.S. News and World Report ranks graduate programs throughout the country, and Binghamton University is no stranger to this list. Many of our graduate programs were in the top 100 of their disciplines, and some even improved in this year’s rankings. U.S. News considers statistical and reputation surveys, expert opinions and other factors when creating their rankings. What makes our programs stand out? Take a look and see.