Donor support provides for a transformative learning community that builds on Binghamton’s strengths, advances academic excellence and positions the University as an innovation leader in data sciences, professional education, new business development, community engagement and more.
The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator has crucial support to help business startups develop and thrive. The most important component for long-term success of the incubator is an investment mechanism that will attract high-growth companies and other investors.
Thank you, Visions Federal Credit Union!
The Center for Civic Engagement and campus partners have necessary resources to register voters, collect absentee ballot requests and educate students on making their voices heard by voting.
Thank you, Andrew Goodman Foundation!
Groundbreaking for the Living Building at Nuthatch Hollow, near campus, is scheduled to occur in spring 2019, with occupancy planned in fall 2020. When complete and fully certified, the Living Building will be among fewer than two dozen of its kind worldwide and a hub of environmental education and research for the creation of a more sustainable world.
Thank you, Ashley McGraw Architects, the Estate of Susan S. Levine ’65, Pathfinder Engineers and Architects and Biological Sciences Professor Wei-Xing Zhu!
Reimagining how we teach, learn and create: The Innovation Lab is where undergraduate thought leaders from multiple disciplines — creatives and budding engineers, scientists and business specialists — collaborate and develop comprehensive solutions for the economy’s greatest challenges, and where faculty discover ways to foster innovative and disruptive thinking. Twenty-five students from across the University make up the first cohort of the Innovation Program, which the students participate in from sophomore through senior year.