Office of the President
October 4, 2018
To the campus community,
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in recognition of the survivors of domestic violence, Binghamton University joins a coast-to-coast effort to raise awareness and engage in activities that support those who are abused. We believe that Awareness + Action = Social Change.
Domestic violence is also a college violence issue, with college-age women experiencing a higher rate of interpersonal violence (IVP) and sexual coercion than any other segment of the population. Over the next few weeks, Binghamton's Division of Student Affairs will develop opportunities for students, faculty and staff to bring attention to the impact violence has on individuals and our communities, as well as to participate in activities designed to reduce domestic violence on campus and in our community.
Numerous events are planned, but we want to highlight a few:
President's Quarterly Report
For a quick look at what's been happening on campus recently, my quarterly report provides a three-month, easy-to-digest snapshot of activities and initiatives.
State of the University address
Each September, I make a State of the University address to campus — one of the fun events I get to do because it lets me talk about our achievements and our outlook for the future. Join me!
Road Map to Premier
Our strategic plan – the Road Map to Premier – keeps us moving forward to achieve our goal of becoming the premier public university of the 21st century.