Fund summer research and creativity

Fund summer research and creativity

The Undergraduate Research Center offers the Summer Scholars and Artists Fellowship to support undergrads in special research, scholarship or creative activities during the summer. All contributions to individual scholars support the program. Click here to learn more.

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Features

Leaving a good impression

Leaving a good impression

Students get a lesson in how to buy art

Swimming with the current

Swimming with the current

Tiny batteries last longer and are safer for salmon

Prescription for success

Prescription for success

Meet the founding dean of the pharmacy school

Deciphering autism

Deciphering autism

Michael Rosanoff is a science communicator for Autism Speaks

Alumni Events

Nationals vs. Yankees in D.C.
The Metro D.C. chapter invites alumni to watch the Washington Nationals vs. the New York Yankees on May 19 at Nationals Park. A pre-game mixer begins at 5:30 p.m. at Half Street Fairgrounds. The game starts at 7:05 p.m. Tickets are $35 and are limited to the first 20 people. Click here for information.

Watson Alumni Event in Syracuse
Watson School Dean and SUNY Distinguished Professor Krishnaswami "Hari" Srihari invites Watson alumni to gather for refreshments, networking and hearing the latest news from your school. The event will be 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 7, at Justin's Tuscan Grill, 6400 Yorktown Circle, East Syracuse. There will be hors d'oeuvres, soft drinks, tea and coffee. A cash bar will be available. Click here to register by April 30 and bring a business card for the raffle.

Sweet Blues with Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Join Binghamton alumni at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, N.J., to see the world premier of Your Blues Ain't Sweet Like Mine, written and directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson '78, Tony and Obie award winner and writer of the critically acclaimed HBO movie Lackawanna Blues. The event, on Saturday, May 2, will begin with dinner at 5:30 p.m. in the Victoria J. Mastrobuono Library located at the theater where Santiago-Hudson will provide remarks on his experience writing and directing the show. After dinner, a pre-show talk will be offered in the theater lobby from 7:15 to 7:45 p.m., with the show beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets for the dinner/show are $55. Purchase them by April 27. Click here for details and to buy tickets.

Class Notes

Joshua Oppenheimer ‘03, has been elevated to shareholder in the international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP. He works in the firm's Albany office.
Andy Szul ‘92, recently collaborated with his daughter on the publication of their first illustrated children's book, Chipmunk Champs Buddy & Swifty. The story is about a pair of chipmunks who live in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains and demonstrate the benefits of working as a team and getting along. The book is available in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com

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ART. Lucy Krupenye '78 is an award winning sculptor who creates wall hanging assemblages out of found objects such as stone, wood, metal and bone.
ENTERTAINMENT. Kevin O’Keefe ’81 is artistic director of Circus Minimus, which lets children join the circus without running away from home.
CHARITY. Lee Karchawer '05, MBA '07, started Pay Away the Layaway, which lets people donate money to be used to pay off layaways for deserving families at the holidays.

Recent Posts

Tag Day 2015 What better way to understand the power of donations than to see what they buy, what they support and who they help educate. That's what Tag Day is all about. Check out this Binghamton University Blog titled "20 Things That Wouldn't Exist at Binghamton Without Your Support."
Watch “The Rewrite” The Rewrite is now available at iTunes or through Time Warner Cable. It is appearing in theaters in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, Tampa, Los Angeles, Denver, Seattle and Houston. Click here to read the Q&A with Marc Lawrence '81 and Hugh Grant.
Life on paper William Dwiggins creates a charcoal drawing in Blazo Kovacevic’s life drawing class. Dwiggins, a junior painting major, says, "I know that I have something to offer, and there's a message in what I do." Watch him in action. Click here for video.

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Binghamton — This is Premier
Binghamton — This is Premier

Tour the new Admissions Center
Tour the new Admissions Center

Jack Fischer — TEDx Student Speaker Profile
Jack Fischer — TEDx Student Speaker Profile

#OurHouseRules
#OurHouseRules

Hugh Grant speaks to Binghamton
Hugh Grant speaks to Binghamton

The Rewrite Weekend
The Rewrite Weekend