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2016 Commencement

2016 Commencement

Commencement ceremonies to place spotlight on Harpur students, alumni. More >

Dean, Terry Deak

2016-17 Harpur College interim dean

Terrence Deak named 2016-17 Harpur College interim dean. More >

2016 Romano Lecture

2016 Romano Lecture

How did Constantine meet his God? More >

2016 Shriber Lecture

2016 Shriber Lecture

Shriber Lecture: Civil War historian James McPherson discusses ‘No Substitute for Victory’ More >

Mercy Street Blog

History graduate students, faculty explore ‘Mercy Street’

History Department graduate students and faculty in Harpur College are helping viewers of the new PBS series “Mercy Street” get a better understanding of the show by writing blog posts about topics relating to the Civil War medical drama. More >

Political science students win City Council positions

Political science students win City Council positions

As a 13-year-old in 2008, Conrad Taylor went door to door in rural Pennsylvania with his father canvassing for presidential hopeful Barack Obama. More >

Physicist receives prestigious NSF grant

Physicist receives prestigious NSF grant

Research that may lead to inexpensive clean energy has won a Binghamton University physicist support from the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. More >

Associate dean’s study: Text messages that end in a period seen as less sincere

Associate dean’s study: Text messages that end in a period seen as less sincere

If you don’t want to send the wrong message, watch how you punctuate your texts. More >

Libby Tucker promoted to distinguished service professor

Libby Tucker promoted to distinguished service professor

Elizabeth “Libby” Tucker joins more than 75 Binghamton University faculty members who have achieved distinguished rank. More >

Geology professor helps tell the ‘climate story’ at dean’s distinguished lecture

Geology professor helps tell the ‘climate story’ at dean’s distinguished lecture

Tim Lowenstein discussed the changing atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere from a geological perspective at the Harpur College Dean’s Distinguished Lecture. More >

Harpur in the Middle East

Harpur College in the Middle East

Harpur College's recent investments in Middle East studies will enable students and scholars alike to benefit from a unique blend of linguistic, cultural and political perspectives. More >

Harpur Edge Year One

The first year of the Harpur Edge

Launched in the fall of 2014, Harpur Edge helps students prepare for graduate school and careers while providing them with the resources to enrich their college experience. More >

TEDx 2015

Harpur takes center stage at TEDx

Harpur College alumni and students stood in the Osterhout Concert Theater spotlight during TEDxBinghamtonUniversity on March 15. More >

Dean's Distinguished Lecture

Dean's Distinguished Lecture highlights coffee and the city of Mocha

For Nancy Um, an associate professor of art history, the dilapidated city of Mocha, once one of Yemen's great port cities, presented a new way to think about buildings. More >

Romano Lecture

Romano Lecture examines 'salvaged stones'
of early churches

To pave the way for construction of new holy sites, early Roman Christians used the locations of existing cult sites and expanded current structures to create larger shrines for their own worship. This in turn led to erosion of the sacred site's history. More >


Physics Department evolves with the hiring of Margine

Elena Roxana Margine is unlike any of the other tenure-track faculty professors in the Physics Department at Harpur College. Why? Because she's a woman. More >

Fall Commencement 2014

Fall Commencement features Harpur speakers

Economist/educator Ronald Ehrenberg '66, HD '08, graduate student Trisha Cowen (English) and undergraduate student Samara Matityahu (psychology) addressed the Class of 2014 at the Fall Commencement ceremony. More >

Calculus Director

First-year calculus director teaches 'flipped' math course

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Zu-yan Chen

Zu-yan Chen named distinguished teaching professor

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Harpur Edge

Take Charge with Harpur Edge

A new Harpur College program is providing students with the resources necessary to enrich their academic experience and prepare them for careers and lifelong learning. More >

Samantha Meadows

'Samantha embodies the spirit of a budding researcher in neuroscience.'

Meadows worked to develop a new drug for Parkinson’s treatment that would eliminate some of the side effects that the current treatment drug has.More >

Summer Scholars

Scholars spend summer pursuing research, creative activities

While many students consider summer to be a hiatus from academics, a handful of Harpur students took advantage of the three-month break to further pursue their research.More >

Culture of Accomplishment

A new 'Culture of Accomplishment'

Initiative helps new, junior and tenured Harpur College faculty thrive. More >

Back On Campus

Back to Campus

Harpur College alums return to serve as faculty members this fall. More >

Ken Zaslav

Mixing surgery with entrepreneurialism

Virginia doctor is a success in and out of the operating room. More >

TedX preview

Harpur students help lead TEDxBinghamtonUniversity conference

Seven speakers and the Binghamton Crosbys will take their turns on the Osterhout Concert Theater stage Sunday, March 30, for the fourth TEDxBinghamtonUniversity conference. More >

Commencement Fall 2013

Digital Marketer David Berkowitz delivers advice at fall commencement

The world is in demand for people who will make something of themselves and the Class of 2013 has the talents to succeed, digital marketer David Berkowitz '00 told graduates. More >

John Tagg: Distinguished professor

Tagg promoted to distinguished professor

John Tagg, professor of art history and of comparative literature, has been promoted to the rank of distinguished professor – the highest academic rank in the SUNY system. More >

Anthony King conference

Writing the Global City: A Tribute Conference to Anthony King

Distinguished professors, artists, scholars and researchers gathered from around the globe to participate in an interdisciplinary art history conference. More >

Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room

A tribute to Kenneth Lindsay

Harpur College paid tribute to one of its greatest scholars when the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room officially opened in the University Art Museum on Oct. 11. More >

Dean’s distinguished lecture

Political science professor delivers Dean's Distinguished Lecture

Accomplished professor Benjamin Fordham shared the findings of much of recent research at this year's Dean's Distinguished Lecture. More >

Freedeman Lecture 2013

2013 Freedeman Memorial Lecture

When Thomas Childers set out to write a quartet of books on World War II, he wanted to create something beyond traditional military history. More >

Anne McCall

Meet the dean

For new Harpur College of Arts and Sciences Dean Anne McCall, liberal arts lay the foundation for understanding the world around us. More >

Professor Ralph Garruto

Biomedical anthropology for the 21st century

The Harpur College biomedical anthropology master's program is the only one of its kind in the country – and probably the world. More >

Binghamton-Chile Theatre Collaboration

Two universities, two nations, one partnership

What started a decade ago as a small theater workshop between Binghamton University and Duoc Universidad Católica in Chile has developed into a cultural collaboration. More >

Book Authors/Grants

Faculty members showcase their publications

Harpur College faculty generated more than three dozen scholarly books in 2012. A reception held by Harpur College in March honored this year's published authors and grant winners. More >

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Last Updated: 3/1/17