A Leader in Ambition and Innovation
Binghamton University has built a reputation as a premier institution, renowned as one of the top public research universities in the U.S. for its talent, facilities, partnerships and research opportunities.
Featured faculty research
Jenny Jiao, Assistant Professor
of marketing, studies the moral decisions consumers make when lonely.
Innovative Research Facilities
Binghamton has four federally designated centers focus on smart energy, developmental exposure to alcohol, flexible hybrid electronics and battery storage:
- Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2)
- Developmental Exposure Alcohol Research Center (DEARC)
- New York Node of the Next Flex Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Institute
- NorthEast Center for Chemical Energy Storage (NECCES) - an Energy Frontier Research Center funded by the Department of Energy Office of Science
NYS Center of Excellence
A growing research enterprise
Every day, Binghamton University researchers are making breakthroughs in foundational and applied research that solve critical issues in the healthcare and energy industries, as well as in the life sciences and humanities – making a difference to individuals and society as a whole.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
At Binghamton University, every student can be a researcher. The Undergraduate Research Center offers opportunities for undergraduate students to pursue research and scholarly or creative work in their disciplines. The Freshman Research Immersion program (FRI), Summer Scholars and Artists program and The Source Project are just a few of the opportunities open to undergraduate students who want to think out-of-the box, connect with faculty mentors and conduct research.
Featured student research
Carrie Rewakowski, Doctoral Candidate
in the Decker School of Nursing, researched the phenomenon of moral resilience
Transdisciplinary Areas of Excellence
In 2013, Binghamton University developed a new approach to hiring faculty and supporting research by creating Transdisciplinary Areas of Excellence (TAEs). All are areas of inquiry in which Binghamton has developed strength in research and graduate education and raise complex questions. The TAEs address critical social, scientific, technological, economic, cultural and policy issues that can best be addressed by teams of faculty employing the perspectives and methodologies of multiple disciplines.