A Message from the Dean of Libraries
Like most aspects of society, Binghamton University Libraries have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. In mid-March, the University converted to online classes... Read More
Renovations Coming to Bartle Library
If we summarized this year with just one word, it would be “planning.” We are beginning to plan for the renovation of the third floor of Bartle Library. While ostensibly an asbestos abatement project, the renovation will give us the chance to rethink our collections and services, and we have already begun the process of intensive consultation with stakeholders to balance competing requirements for the space.Read more...
The Future is Here: Digital Scholarship
The Binghamton University Libraries strive to support the curiosity surrounding every wave of progress in the world of scholarship. In anticipation of the need for faculty and student support in this educational realm, Amy E. Gay was added to the Digital Initiatives and Resource Discovery team as librarian for digital scholarship in 2018.Read more...
Libraries Welcome New Development Officer
The Binghamton University Libraries are happy to announce that Carrie Blabac-Myers has accepted the position of development officer. She has been a dedicated member of the Libraries professional staff in public services for nearly 10 years, so she understands the unique place libraries hold for people. Join us in welcoming her to her new position.Read more...
A Special Note from the Division of Advancement Leadership Team
We have suspended our Telefund and direct mail outreach on behalf of the Binghamton Fund. However, we cannot overstate the challenges the coronavirus is causing across our campus. We are constantly monitoring the well-being and health of our students, faculty and staff. In the spirit of remaining flexible and nimble, we are encouraging our alumni to support the Binghamton Fund for Excellence which provides essential, immediate support where the needs are greatest. Right now, that need is assisting our students with emergency funding, and faculty and staff with the resources to expand remote and online learning opportunities. If you are interested in supporting these activities, please make a gift now.