New York Athletic Club event offers networking and economic forecast
The U.S. economy has some positive signs, not-so-good news and a $10 trillion question. That’s according to a Binghamton University graduate who is a chief economist and managing director of global research for J.P. Morgan.
Alumna leads on-campus discuss of education reform
The public school system in New York City is broken; however, instead of trying to fix it, thousands of families are running away. That's the premise behind The Lottery, a documentary recently screened on campus.
Peace Corps 50th anniversary celebration
Binghamton University has had more alumni serve in the Peace Corps than any other school in the State University of New York system. Events held on campus earlier this month recognized the hard work and dedication of those volunteers.
Make plans to attend Homecoming; Let us know you'll be here
It's not too early to start thinking about Homecoming 2011. The series of events - planned on campus for Friday through Sunday, Sept. 23-25 - will give you an opportunity to relive the fun of your college days, get together with long-lost friends and make new memories.
Nominate a fellow graduate for an Alumni Association award
Do you know a Binghamton graduate who has worked to make a difference in our world? Each year, the Alumni Association honors some of Binghamton’s most accomplished graduates through the Special Recognition Awards Program.
Advocates seek tuition plan; Lt. Gov. talks economic development
A busload of Binghamton University advocates made the rounds in Albany on March 1, meeting with legislators, aides and the lieutenant governor to talk about a rational tuition plan, support for SUNY and economic development.