After three years as a Harpur College student, Dorothy Manevich says she is unrecognizable from the person she was when she started. "I came in with no idea of what I wanted to do," Manevich says. "I just started taking coursework in languages, and then history and political science, and became really interested in them." | Read more
Welcome to Harpur College of Arts and Sciences. With our three divisions – fine arts and humanities, science and mathematics, and social sciences – we are the largest of Binghamton University's six schools, boasting more than 8,100 undergraduate students and nearly 1,100 graduate students. However, we remain committed to our guiding philosophy established when Harpur College was founded: "From Breadth through Depth to Perspective."
The outstanding liberal arts education we offer provides all of this: a breadth in the liberal arts, a depth of knowledge in any subject (or subjects) you might choose, and the opportunity to open your mind to new ideas and perspectives. | Read more
This fall, we dedicated a study room named for the founder of our Art History Department, hosted a conference honoring an emeritus professor and welcomed a new chair to the Art Department. | Read more
Once again it is time to identify the most deserving graduating Harpur College seniors for the following Foundation Awards: Edward H. Prentice Award, Eric Lawrence Ehrenberg Memorial Award, and Jason Matthew Hendler Memorial Award. | Learn more
The University Art Museum will host an exhibition of sculptures by Matthew Zupnick '83, March 4-26, in the Rosefsky Gallery. The gallery is open from noon-4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday. An opening reception will take place from 5-8 p.m. Friday, March 7.
Maria Mazziotti Gillan, professor of English and director of the Binghamton Center for Writers, received the George Garrett Award for Outstanding Community Service in Literature at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference held on February 26 in Seattle. The award recognizes individuals who have worked tirelessly in support of writers.
Last Updated: 3/4/14