Q-and-A with donor and CEO David Mirsky '76
Donor support enhances startup growth at Koffman incubator.
Visions Federal Credit Union gift to support athleticsUniversity-community partnership is investment in student success.
Link legacy lives on with estate gift
Donors can support Binghamton through estate planning.
Tony Award winner establishes scholarships
Funding helps with student recruitment.
On Sept. 27, at the Princeton Club of New York in New York City, we celebrated our donor recognition society members.
NBT Bank creates career development scholarship
Recent support from NBT Bank could put more women and minority students on career paths to banking.
Binghamton education provides many firsts
For Vivian Lee '18, a Binghamton University education has resulted in many unforgettable milestones.
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.
Memorial Courtyard features new plaque display
The Memorial Courtyard at Binghamton University now includes new plaques on a granite display.
Alumni honor late father through major gift to Binghamton
The Young Sam Kim Korean Student Center in Old Champlain Hall was officially dedicated in a November ceremony.
Faculty and staff inspire donors, set example through own giving
- The Decker School of Nursing has some of Binghamton's most generous and loyal faculty and staff donors. Full story
- Two seven-figure gifts made in the past year honor the scholarly and research contributions of two former Binghamton professors. Full story
- A gift from Distinguished Professor of Anthropology William H. Isbell and his wife, Judy U. Siggins, supported the hiring of a tenure-track assistant professor in Andean archeology. Full story
Alumnus funds scholarship with gifts of stock
Michael D. Timmeny '73 has made gifts of stock to support the John and Grace Maguire Timmeny Scholarship for Public Service after his financial advisor told him about the tax advantages he would receive for doing so. Full story
Retired administrator establishes scholarship
It all started when colleagues and friends pooled their resources to honor administrator and educator Donald D. Blake, PhD '74, who was retiring after a 33-year career at Binghamton University. Full story
Give Something Back paves way for student success
Give Something Back is partnering with Binghamton University to support 50 Pell Grant-eligible students in pursuit of a bachelor's degree and the possibility of graduating college debt free. Full story