Metro New York Chapter launches with networking event
On June 20, the Alumni Association's Metro New York Chapter launched with a networking mixer attended by more than 200 graduates. Attendees learned about some of the events and programs that will be part of a major alumni outreach effort in a region that's home to the largest concentration of Binghamton University alumni. Read more.
Students walk across the stage to become alumni
More than 2,650 students embarked on new journeys when they shook President Harvey Stenger's hand, crossed the stage during Commencement and officially became Binghamton University alumni. Read more.
Four honorary degrees presented at Commencement
Four very accomplished individuals - including one Binghamton University graduate - received honorary degrees during the University's Doctoral Hooding Ceremony in May. Read more.
Binghamton spans generations for family of Lizz Magowan '13
Her father Dan graduated in 1982, while mom Kirsten graduated a year later. Her grandfather is a professor emeritus; she has three aunts and an uncle who are alumni. Read more.
Watson School launches 30th anniversary celebration
At an event held on campus this month, the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science began its celebrations to mark the school's 30th anniversary. Read more.
Meet your new Alumni Association board members
The Binghamton University Alumni Association elected five actively engaged alumni volunteers (including Christina Ritter '99, pictured at left) to its board of directors. Their terms of service begin July 1. Read more.
Vice President Marcia Craner steps down
At the end of June, she will step down from the position of vice president for external affairs and executive director of the Binghamton University Foundation. After a six-month sabbatical, she will teach philanthropy at the University. Read more.