Volunteer spotlight: Restarting our Metro New York Chapter
A brainstorming session for the revamped chapter was recently held in Manhattan; more than 30 alumni contributed their ideas for programs and events that will bring New York-area alumni together and help them stay connected to the University. Networking events - such as the summer 2012 BOLD event attended by Hans Dalmolen '98, Andrew Flug '03 and Dan Cherico '08 - are in high demand. Read more.
Panel encourages future women business leaders
When future women business leaders wanted advice on getting started in a career and achieving work-life balance, they turned to a group of alumnae further along the career pathway to offer valuable perspectives. Read more.
Alumni couple finds love in unique place
Fate brought together Marissa Zelman '07, MAT '09, a literature loving student from Brooklyn, and Mark Haluska '11, an auto technician from Endicott. Fate, and car troubles, that is. Read more.
University to host former White House and United Nations official
Eric Schwartz '79, a public policy expert and former White House and United Nations advisor, will speak at the Anderson Center on March 18. Read more.
TEDx speakers bring expertise to campus
Creative. Innovative. Cutting edge. All frequently used terms in today's society, but absolutely accurate when used to describe the speakers at the recent TEDx event on campus, where some of the presenters were Binghamton University alumni. Read more.
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