Commencement 2012: Graduates get a 'letter' from the president
Members of the Class of 2012 will soon be facing the unknown, whether it is at a new school or new job. In a personal letter read at Commencement ceremonies to his "newest friends and colleagues," President Harvey Stenger assured graduates that they will overcome their uncertainties and fears like he has. Read more.
Commencement 2012: Spotlight on student speakers
One graduate student spoke at the Graduate Commencement ceremony, and three undergraduates (including Michelle Eberhart, pictured) spoke at the undergraduate ceremonies. 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 start connecting with other alumni – we have a notice to pass along. Read more.
Nieman named provost of Binghamton University
Donald Nieman, dean of Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, will become the next provost and vice president for academic affairs at Binghamton. Read more.
Volunteer spotlight: Alumnus provides guidance to Harpur pre-med students
Ed Lee '80 knows how tough it is to enter the field of medicine without any guidance. It's why the Long Island-based dermatologist mentors pre-med students in Harpur College. Read more.
D.C. Metro Chapter welcomes President Stenger
The alumni event held May 23 in Arlington, Va., was the formal introduction of President Harvey Stenger to Washington-area alumni, and was a signature event for the newly-formed D.C. Metro Chapter. Read more.
Join us at Homecoming 2012
Is there a best buddy from your college days whom you'd like to see again? Or, is there a a group of friends you'd like to connect with? Keep the relationships going at Homecoming, which will take place on campus Oct. 12-14. Read more.
Continuing Education & Outreach marks 20-year anniversary
The office serves nearly 12,000 students annually – about 65 percent of whom are Binghamton students. The remainder might be from anywhere in the world as they register for distance education programs. Read more.