Gov. Cuomo approves Binghamton NYSUNY 2020 plan
Under the plan, Binghamton will receive $35 million in capital construction funds for the smart energy facility and be able to implement a rational tuition plan to support the hiring of new researchers and faculty, expansion of academic offerings and facilities, development of public/private research partnerships and expansion of technology development in high-tech fields. Read more.
Upstate alumni meet President Stenger
At a series of Alumni Association receptions, alumni met the new University president and learned about plans to introduce alumni chapters in their regions. Read more.
Volunteer spotlight: Receptions for new students
To give Binghamton University's newest students a warm send-off before move-in day, several alumni hosted receptions at their homes. Read more.
Binghamton University has White House intern
When the White House Internship Program announced participants for its summer 2012 session, it included Katherine Schumacher, who graduated from Binghamton University in May with a degree in human development. Read more.
Why I attend Homecoming each year
A Class of 1966 graduate who has attended every Homecoming Weekend at Binghamton shares why he comes back to campus each fall for this special weekend. Read more.
Alumni Association partners with Capital One
The Binghamton University Alumni Association is pleased to announce we have partnered with Capital One® to offer our alumni a wide range of credit card choices. Read more.
Golf Classic supports legacy scholarship fund
Proceeds from this tournament, which helps to bring the University and local communities together, support the endowed Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship Fund, benefiting the children of our alumni. Read more.
Special notice regarding changes to Alumni Career Network
If you're a member of the Alumni Career Network on B-Connected – or you want to start connecting with other alumni – we have a notice to pass along. Read more.
How are you at love? At listening? At knowing when to stop trying so hard? In this issue of Binghamton University Magazine, three stories look at different ways we try — and sometimes fail — to get along with others. Also, see slideshows on "Summer Break at Binghamton" and "Out on a Limb" — what happens when class involves a harness and a really high tree.