Celebrating 20 years!
This year marks 20 years that Binghamton University has directed the SUNY Upstate Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program, an NIH-funded program that was established to increase the number of underrepresented scholars pursuing and earning baccalaureate degrees in the biomedical sciences.
Lab is a bridge to learning
When Wesley Dyer was in high school, he met an athletic trainer studying kinesiology, and it changed his life. Dyer discovered an interest in anatomy and physiology, and wanted to know how the human body worked — from the molecular level up.
"I Fell in Love and I Just Stayed"
featuring Biribwa Arinaitwe, Biology
Binghamton University students don't just want to change the world. They do it. As a Harpur Fellow, Biribwa Arinaitwe is stepping outside of her biology major to transform lives half way across the globe.
Sciences Come Alive Through Bridges Program
Launched in 1999 and sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, the Bridges to the Baccalaureate program helps underrepresented student populations at area community colleges gain the guidance, knowledge and confidence they need to continue onto a four-year degree.