Volunteer spotlight: Metro Career Night 2013
About 80 alumni met with more than 300 Binghamton University students to share their advice and insights on career fields and how to stand out in a sea of people looking for jobs. This annual event enables alumni to give back, and students have a chance to build their professional networks. (Pictured above: Howard Eisen '87, at right, talks with a student.) Read more.
Grads get history lesson, inspirational advice
James Carrigg, longtime chairman, CEO and president of New York State Electric & Gas Corporation, received an honorary degree and spoke at Commencement on Dec. 16. More than 760 degrees were awarded. Read more.
Earn your MBA in New York City while working full time
The School of Management offers two programs for working professionals who are seeking to further their education: a 12-month Professional MBA and an 18-Month Executive MBA. Read more.
GSE offers master's program in New Orleans
Teachers working in New Orleans can experience a Binghamton University graduate-level education without having to leave their jobs and head up north. Read more.
Join us Feb. 9 at Winter Madness
This annual event once again includes two home basketball games and an indoor tailgate party. Show your Bearcat spirit and meet other alumni at this family-friendly event. Read more.
President Stenger, VPs outline goals for 2013
Binghamton University needs to get "better to get bigger," while also getting "bigger to get better" in 2013, President Harvey Stenger said during his State of the University address on Jan. 22. Read more.
Southern Tier receives $91.1M in Regional Economic Development Council funding
Among the priority projects is the Southern Tier High-Tech Incubator to be built on Hawley St. in Binghamton. The incubator will provide strategic resources for up to 10 new businesses at a time. Read more.