Google engineer provides coding opportunity for students of all majors
James B. Bankoski ’91 assists students competing in the first-ever Google Games at
Binghamton University in September 2017. About 220 students formed teams of five to
participate in the puzzle-solving competition that involved coding and word association
games. Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
Donors make interdisciplinary learning possible.
Full story Writer plans support for Libraries in her will
Legacy gifts demonstrate donors' commitment to Binghamton.
Molly Peacock ’69 speaking on the panel “Your Voice: Writers Sharing their Personal
Journey” during Binghamton Women’s Weekend at Convene in New York City in October
2017. Image Credit: Kristyn Ulanday '69.
Full story Refugee turned MPA student gains life-changing experience
Donors enable students to follow their dreams.
Ngo Hna, MPA '19. Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
Full story New scholarship shines lights on career possibility
Benjamin P. Obrist '19. Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
Students have access to a world of opportunities, thanks to donors.
Full story Students find refuge in renovated music practice room
Donors enhance campus and support student life.
Archak Ranjan '21 plays the piano in the Broome Closet. Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
Full story Q-and-A with donor and CEO David Mirsky '76
From left: Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger with Binghamton University
Foundation board member Betsy Koffman, David Mirsky '76 and Cynthia Mirsky. Photography: Jonathan Cohen.
Donor support enhances startup growth at the Koffman incubator.
Visions Federal Credit Union gift to support athletics
Binghamton students view upgrades planned for the Student-Athlete Success Center. Photography: Jonathan Cohen.
University-community partnership is an investment in student success.
Full story Link legacy lives on with estate gift
Marilyn C. Link, LHD '13, supported this permanent exhibit in the North Reading Room
of Glenn G. Bartle Library. Photography: Jonathan Cohen.
Donors can support Binghamton through estate planning.
Tony Award winner establishes scholarships
Cast members perform during a 2018 dress rehearsal of Hinman Production Company's
Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood. Photography: Jonathan Cohen.
Funding helps with student recruitment.
The donor recognition reception held September 27, 2018, at the Princeton Club of
New York in New York City. Photography: Justin Hoch '04.
On Sept. 27, at the Princeton Club of New York in New York City, we celebrated our
donor recognition society members.
Full story NBT Bank creates career development scholarship
Photography: Jonathan Cohen.
Recent support from NBT Bank could put more women and minority students on career
paths to banking.
Full story Binghamton education provides many firsts
For Vivian Lee '18, a Binghamton University education has resulted in many unforgettable
Donors Martin and Susan Klucka with scholarship recipient Vivian Lee '18. Image Credit: Dave Williams, Beyond the Print.
Full story Graduate externship to advance prevention of genocide
A new externship focused on genocide and mass atrocity prevention will put Binghamton
University graduate students in the field to work alongside government and civil society
organizations in the U.S. and abroad.
Owen C. Pell '80, LLD '11, established the Pell Graduate Externship in Genocide and
Mass Atrocity Prevention. Image Credit: Jonathan E. Heisler '13.
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The new plaque display in the courtyard. Photography: Casey Staff.
The Memorial Courtyard at Binghamton University now includes new plaques on a granite